GESD voters approve 2019-20 budget

Voters in the Gloversville Enlarged School District approved the district’s proposed budget for the 2019-20 school year Tuesday, May 21 with 284 voting in favor and 99 opposed. The approved $67,047,457 budget carries a property tax levy increase of 2 percent, which is below the district’s allowable limit of 6.21 percent as calculated under the …

Budget vote set for May 21

On Tuesday, May 21, residents of the Gloversville Enlarged School District will go to the polls to vote on a proposed $67,047,457 budget for the 2019-20 school year. Polls will be open from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. in the Gloversville High School gymnasium and at Bleecker Town Hall. If you have questions about where …

GMS students’ podcast wins honors in NPR contest

A group of Gloversville Middle School students in Robert Garren’s Social Studies classes have received an Honorable Mention for their submission in the NPR Student Podcast Challenge. This is the first year National Public Radio held the contest, and it received almost 6,000 entries from all over the country from students between fifth and 12 grades. …

GHS experiment launched into suborbital space

On May 2, Blue Origin’s New Shepard Rocket launched into suborbital space 38 experiments including an experiment created by Gloversville High School Alumni Austin Reese. Reese, Gloversville’s Class of 2016 salutatorian, first created the experiment with help from the GHS High Altitude Achievement Club, Edgar Barranco, the Teachers in Space program and the Tryon Amateur …

Principal’s Pride winners for April announced

3rd Grade Kierra Brockhum, Kyle Kane, Hailey LaQuee, Jonathan Leitch, Imani Nash, Bailey Norris, Kyler Pettit, Angelina Rankin-Duggan, Carrigan Wilson, Leah Wolf and Aaliyah Cowan 4th Grade Brayden Brown, Owen Mitchell, Daniel Pigott, Philycia Robinson, Ethan Rudisill Makayla Slade, Rayenne Taylor, Gio Tulau and Daniel Whitman 5th Grade Payton Carpenter, Gabriella Chase, Anna Christiano, Harold …

Boulevard Garden Club helps beautify Gloversville

Members of the Boulevard Garden Club helped plant trees with Gloversville Mayor Vincent DeSantis during the city’s recent 100in1 event. On Saturday, May 4, people from across the city volunteered to complete nearly 100 positive acts for the community. Check out the photos below of Boulevard students planting trees at the site of the former …

March Madness inspires physical fitness at Boulevard

Boulevard Physical Education classes completed the March Madness Running Tournament last month. Each class completed as many laps as possible in five minutes. The class that averaged the highest amount of laps per student advanced in the tournament. Mrs. Rossi’s 4th grade class won the tournament, averaging 9.2 laps per student, winning a class pizza …

GMS students honored with third quarter Eagle Awards

Gloversville Middle School recognized several students May 9 presenting them with the third quarter Eagle Awards. The students were treated to breakfast and honored with plaques during a ceremony with family members in attendance.  Eagle Awards are given quarterly to sixth, seventh and eighth-graders whose teacher recommend them based on effort, progress, behavior and whether …

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