“Blind Date with a Book Contest” expands students’ reading horizons

In February, the Gloversville Middle School Library held a “Blind Date with a Book Contest” encouraging students to read from a  selection of “mystery titles.” Students selected books for the contest and then wrapped them in wrapping paper so the titles would be a surprise to the readers participating in the contest. After selecting a …

3 GESD schools in good standing with NYSED, 2 cited as needing improvement

The New York State Education Department has recently released the accountability status of all schools in the state under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).  In the new system, which replaces No Child Left Behind, every school in the state receives one of four designations that are based on student performance. In the Gloversville Enlarged …

Letter from Superintendent Halloran: We must address chronic absenteeism

The following letter was sent to the homes of all students: Dear Parents/Guardians, Gloversville Enlarged School District  has a serious problem with chronic absenteeism.  It is slowly, but assuredly setting up far too many children for failure in future years. This quiet crisis can certainly be stopped in its tracks, but it requires a sustained …

BAE brings musical experience to GESD students

The Bridge Arts Ensemble, a troupe of professional musicians who provide music education outreach to schools, visited Gloversville during the week of Feb. 4-8. Funded by a donation from a family who wishes to remain anonymous, the troupe has visited Adirondack area schools, including those in Gloversville, for the past several years. The troupe spent …

Boulevard artwork on display at Main Street business

When you’re in downtown Gloversville, stop by and see the Valentine’s Day artwork on display at the 36 N. Main St. office of Jackson Hewitt. Fourth grade, and some fifth grade, art classes created the work being featured in the tax business’ display window.

GHS announces 2nd Quarter Honor Roll and Principal’s List

The following students were named to the second-quarter Honor Roll and Principal’s List at Gloversville HighSchool. Congratulations to all! Principal’s List Grade 12:  Sebah Alak, Noah Batease, Kayla Blanton, Marissa Brick, Jenna Carbone, Paul-John Clet, Nikeanna Coger, Zachary Collins, Libby Cook, Carryngton Crouse, Ethan Dutcher, Lauren Goodier, Cody Groves, Kaylee Hotaling, Natalie Hume, Ryan Issa, Emily …

GMS announces 2nd Quarter Honor Roll and Principal’s List

The following students were named to the second-quarter Honor Roll and Principal’s List at Gloversville Middle School. Congratulations to all! Principal’s List Grade 8: Julianna Alvarez, Kayla Avera-Shaw, Lenay Beckford, Elizabeth Campione, James Collar, Vivienne Crandall, Lindsy Darling, Anthony David, Francesco DeMaio, Ella Dimezza, Sarah Dworman, Noah Ewbank, Annabelle Frisch, Jaden Gallup, Madison Gibson, Adrianna Gray, …

GMS Robotics Club gears up for competition with observation trip

The Gloversville Middle School Robotics Club, which is comprised of 20 seventh- and eighth-graders, took a trip to SUNY Albany Polytechnic School to observe a FIRST LEGO League robotics competition to help them get ready to compete next year. FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) is a non-for-profit organization working to improve …

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