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May 27, 2018

Park Terrace Elementary news headlines

Posted 9/9/17

New school year underway at Park Terrace

Park Terrace Elementary students arrived at school for the 2017-18 year on Sept. 6.

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 Posted 5/2/18

May newsletter

Find important dates and information for Park Terrace students and families in the May newsletter. Download printer-friendly copy of Park Terrace May 2018 newsletter

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Posted 4/24/18

Park Terrace Science Fair 2018

About 50 students participated in the Park Terrace Science Fair on Wednesday, April 18, presenting a variety of projects including volcanos, slime, circuits, bubbles, gummy bear experiments and more. Great work by all K-2 students and families who participated! View Science Fair photo gallery  

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Posted 4/11/18

2018-19 Kindergarten registration

Kindergarten registration for the 2018-2019 school year is set for May 8-10 at Park Terrace Elementary School. Children who will be 5 years of age on or before December 1, 2018 are eligible to start kindergarten in September 2018. More information about kindergarten registration  

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 Posted 4/3/18

April newsletter

Find important dates and information for Park Terrace students and families in the April newsletter. Download printer-friendly copy of Park Terrace April 2018 newsletter

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 Posted 3/30/18

GHS Class of 2021 invites all to Mother's Day Breakfast fundraiser in April

Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 28, when the Class of 2021 will host its Mother's Day Breakfast. The breakfast begins at 9 a.m. in the GMS cafeteria. Tickets on sale after spring break. Information about Class of 2021 Mother's Day Breakfast

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Posted 3/12/18

Special guests help celebrate books and reading during Read Across America Day

With books in hand, 16 special guest readers visited Park Terrace classrooms to share stories and the fun of reading with students in honor of Read Across America Day. More about Park Terrace reading celebration

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Posted 3/2/18

Help support GESD Backpack program in the fight against hunger this month

It's on! From now through March 31 when you purchase a Fight Hunger reusable shopping bag at the Gloversville Hannaford, $1 from the sale will help support the GESD Backpack Program. Learn more about how you can help

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Posted 2/27/18

March 14 is a regular school day

Please note that Wednesday, March 14 will be a regular school day for Gloversville students and staff. Classes will be in session at all GESD schools on March 14.

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Posted 1/2/18

Pre-K Lottery Registration opens Jan. 2 for 2018-19 school year

The Gloversville Enlarged School District is accepting applications for its full-day pre-kindergarten program for the 2018-19 school year beginning Jan. 2, 2018. More about Pre-K enrollment

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Posted 12/5/17

Fire and Safety Awareness Day

During a recent visit, Gloversville firefighters discussed fire safety and prevention with students and offered them an up-close look at a fire engine and equipment on the truck. View Photo Gallery

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Posted 12/5/17

Class of 2019 to host Dec. 17 fundraiser

All are invited to the Class of 2019 Winter Breakfast fundraiser on Sunday, Dec. 17 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Gloversville Middle School cafeteria. More information about the Winter Breakfast

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Posted 11/21/17

Thanksgiving arts and crafts

Kindergarten classes engaged in a variety of learning activities recently with a Thanksgiving theme, including music, stories, and arts and crafts. View Photo Gallery

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Posted 11/21/17

Park Terrace Veterans Day Parade

Park Terrace Elementary School honored those who have served our country in the military in recognition of the Veterans Day by inviting family members and family friends who are veterans to march in the school parade. View Photo Gallery

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 Posted 11/1/17

November newsletter

Find important dates and information for Park Terrace students and families in the November newsletter. Download printer-friendly copy of Park Terrace Nov. 2017 newsletter

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Posted 10/31/17

Park Terrace Halloween Parade

Park Terrace Elementary School had its fair share of cute characters and creepy creatures roaming the halls and haunting the classrooms today as students and staff celebrated Halloween with a costume parade and fun activities. View Photo Gallery

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 Posted 10/24/17

Boys Little Dragons Basketball Program

The Little Dragons Basketball Program teaches grades K-2 students fundamental basketball skills. Participants will meet and work with their favorite varsity basketball players in a fun, enthusiastic atmosphere. Register by Nov. 4. Information about the Little Dragons Basketball Program

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 Posted 10/3/17

October newsletter

Find important dates and information for Park Terrace students and families in the October newsletter. Download printer-friendly copy of Park Terrace Oct. 2017 newsletter

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 Posted 9/20/17

Scholastic Book Fair begins Sept. 28

Park Terrace Elementary will host a Scholastic Book Fair from Sept. 28 through Oct. 5. Information about Book Fair

Posted 8/31/17

Welcome to the 2017-18 school year

Principal Brian DiPasquale shares information on changes to traffic flow and drop-off procedures at Park Terrace, among other news parents need to know for the new school year.
read the principal's letter

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