Second quarter award winners announced
Congratulations to the second quarter winners of the McNab Working Hard, Dreaming Big awards and the Academic All Star awards. Working Hard, Dreaming Big awards are given to student based on effort and Academic All Star awards are based on high achievement.
Father-Daughter Dance tickets available
A Father-Daughter Dance is set for 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 1, at Gloversville Middle School. Female students from pre-school to 12th grade and the special guiding, guarding man in their lives are invited to dress up in semi-formal attire and join in the dining, dancing and fun.
Clothing and book giveaway set for April 1
The Gloversville Teachers Association will sponsor a clothing and book giveaway Saturday, April 1 from 9 a.m. until noon. It will be held at the McNab Elementary School cafeteria. Come grab a bag and get some books and clothes. Everything will be free!
McNab event celebrates Clifford
McNab recently hosted the community as the school celebrated Clifford, The Big Red Dog. Students and parents watched a movie about Clifford, created crafts based on the Clifford books and posed for photos with him.
McNab-Meco March Newsletter
Read the March edition of McNab-Meco newsletter for information regarding the elementary school reconfiguration, important dates and reminders and photos of school events.
Photos: Bridge Arts Ensemble visit
The Bridges Arts Ensembled visited Gloversville elementary schools recently. Check out photos of students learning about dance, rhythm, drumming, international music and more whole working in small group workshops.
Literacy and Math Night a success
Check out photos from the January Literacy and Math Night held at McNab-Meco.
McNab-Meco names spelling bee winners
Following a schoolwide spelling bee, a fifth-grader has been named champion.
McNab names Students of the Month
Thirteen McNab Eelementary students have been named Students of the Month for January.
McNab second graders donate to district food pantry
McNab second graders this season elected to forego their grab bag gifts during the holidays and instead held a food drive to donate to the GESD Food Pantry.