Engraved commemorative spoon to be displayed at GHS

Diane Johnston Graziano, a 1949 graduate of Gloversville High School, has donated a GHS commemorative spoon believed to have been made when GHS was founded in 1908. According to Graziano, A.D. Norton, owner of a prominent Gloversville jewelry and tableware store at the time, made the spoon. Graziano’s great-grandfather, Richard Richards, worked for A.D. Norton …

Regent observes special education program housed at Boulevard Elementary

Board of Regents member Beverly Ouderkirk got a first-hand look at how the Gloversville Enlarged School District and Hamilton Fulton Montgomery BOCES partner at Boulevard Elementary School to provide educational services to students with disabilities. Ouderkirk, along with Acting Deputy Commissioner for K-12 Education Charles Szuberla, visited several classrooms on Monday, Sept. 14, to see …

Community input shapes revised capital project plans

The 2015 capital project plan for Gloversville schools continues to be informed by community feedback this fall. Nearly 80 percent of the capital project work addresses health, safety, wellness and infrastructure issues, but work related to athletic spaces drew the most feedback this summer. With those fresh insights in mind, the Gloversville Board of Education …

GESD’s Giglio featured in State Department of Education video

Gloversville Enlarged School District Latin teacher Mr. Charles Giglio is featured in the New York State Department of Education’s just-released 2015-16 welcome back to school video message. Giglio, who was named the 2015 New York State Teacher of the Year last fall, filmed the video in his classroom Aug. 31 together with new State Education …

Gloversville’s Giglio films back-to-school message with Commissioner Elia

Gloversville Latin teacher and 2015 New York State Teacher of the Year Charles Giglio will be featured alongside New York State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia in the department’s annual back-to-school message. Elia joined Giglio in his classroom Monday, Aug. 31, to film a kick-off video for the 2015-16 academic year. The new commissioner spoke with …

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