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July 23, 2017

Middle School news headlines

Posted 6/28/17

GMS welcomes new class of sixth-graders to school

Fifth-graders formally became Gloversville Middle School students during a ceremony during the last week of school.
view photo gallery from ceremony

 

Posted 7/21/17

Meningitis vaccine required for 7th or 8th, 12th-graders before school starts

Stsudents entering seventh or eighth and 12th grades must be vaccinated against meningococcal disease in order to attend school in New York state. read the full story

Posted 7/17/17

GMS announces 4th quarter honor roll

Gloversville Middle School has released its listing of those named to the fourth-quarter honor roll.  view the list

Posted 6/28/17

2017 Next Level Basketball Camp open to Boys & Girls Entering Grades 3-9

Players will be taught important individual and team skills, to help them develop into a complete basketball player. Click here for more details about the program

Posted 6/15/17

Free meals for students this summer

The Gloversville Enlarged School District will offer free meals weekdays during the summer for all children 18 and younger through the Summer Food Service Program.
read more about dates, times and locations

Posted 6/7/17

GHS to host Huskies Baseball Camp

Registration is open for the Gloversville Huskies Baseball Camp for children in grades 3-8. The camp will be held June 26-30 at Husky Field and is staffed by Gloversville High School coaches and players. Read more

Posted 6/7/17

Huskies are hosting a Free Youth Football Clinic this month

Any student entering grades 2 through 6 next year is welcome to join the Huskies for a free youth football clinic. Players and coaches will teach the fundamentals of the game.  Read more

Posted 6/7/17

6th-grade Roman team names May Students of the Month

Congratulations to Izabela Williams, Ella Dimezza, Ava Garren, Tyler Rando, and Luke Page for being named the students of the month!  Read more

Posted 6/6/17

Middle school inducts 23 into NJHS

GMS has inducted 23 members to its chapter of the National Junior Honor Society. To be accepted into NJHS, students must have an average of 85 or higher, have no discipline issues and complete an application that shows their leadership abilities and volunteer experience. see photo and names of all inductees

Posted 5/31/17

Advantage After School enrollment available

You can download the Advantage After School Enrollment Packet right here download enrollment packet

Posted 5/5/17

MS/HS Announce Honor Roll, Principal's List for the 3rd Quarter

Gloversville Enlarged School District has named the students that made Honor Roll and the Principal's List.  read more

Posted 4/26/17

6th-grade Roman team names April Students of the Month

Congratulations to Landon Barnes, Vivienne Crandall, Isabel Smith, Alex Payne, Seth Clark and James Wilson for being named the students of the month!  Read more

Posted 4/26/17

Volleyball camps coming back to GHS this summer

The Gloversville Volleyball Program will again be hosting volleyball camps at GHS this summer. Girls entering 6-12 are welcome to join. click here to learn more

Posted 4/5/17

Young Women Breaking Boundaries

A group of Gloversville middle and high school students represented the district at the Elizabeth Cady Stanton Women's Consortium, which presented the 2017 Woman's Symposium at Fulton-Montgomery Community College.  Click Here for The Full story »

Posted 2/24/17

Order the GMS Yearbook

The Gloversville Middle School Yearbook is available for online ordering now. A link is available on the left side of this page. or click here to go to the ordering page

Posted 12/20/16

9th Grade Program of Studies available

A Program of Studies is available to help eighth grade students plan for the transition to high school.
View ninth-grade program of studies

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