GHS science teacher joins ranks of New York State Master Teachers

Since first learning of the New York State Master Teacher program, Gloversville High School science teacher Jennifer Hazzard was driven to apply for it. The effort she put into the rigorous application process paid off with Hazzard being among 214 educators from across the state named Master Teachers this year. Hazzard is the first Gloversville …

School counselor named new assistant principal at Gloversville Middle School

As a teacher on special assignment, grade 8 counselor Andrew Jablonski has spent the past several week in the principal’s office at Gloversville Middle School. He has been serving as Principal Mark Batty’s right hand in the capacity of assistant principal since the school year began. The Board of Education made it official and appointed …

Steet Toyota selects Gloversville schools for food donation

Representatives from Steet Toyota in Johnstown delivered a supply of non-perishable food items to Park Terrace Elementary School on Tuesday, Nov. 21. The food will be stored at the school and will be available to assist district families experiencing a unique hardship or emergency. Thank you to Steet Toyota for choosing Gloversville schools as the …

My Brother’s Keeper program kicks off Nov. 20

Two Gloversville High School graduates will headline the district’s first My Brother’s Keeper event of the year on Monday, Nov. 20. Paul Ligon, who graduated in 1981 and his son, Nathaniel, a member of the Class of 2012, will be guest speakers at the event titled “Hard Work and Graduation lead to Expanding Opportunities” during …

Boulevard students learn flag etiquette through new Honor Guard

This November, fourth-graders at Boulevard Elementary School will be the first students to serve in the school’s new Honor Guard. Each grade 4 class will be assigned the responsibility of raising the flag each morning and retiring the flag at the end of each school day; for a portion of the school year. Students were …

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