May Principal’s Pride winners announced

3rd Grade Kendall Jacques, Uriah Porter, Brayden Dygert, Cayden Rarick, Kayden Morrison, Eric Brown, Miranda Dubray, Katrina Casey, Zaden Asher, Lanie Chamberlain, Daniel Johns III, Jacob DeMagistris Fourth Grade Caylee Clute, Anthony Isabella, De'Vin Coleman, Drew Cionek, Patrick Sweet, Kayla Veridan, Trinity Skaine, Alexandra Fisher. Missing from photo: Kara Burrell Fifth Grade Giovani Proietti, Haiden …

Title I Parent/Guardian & Stakeholder Input Meeting set for July 9

Download a printer-friendly meeting announcement The Gloversville Enlarged School District will host a Title I Input Meeting on July 9 at 2 and 5 p.m. in the Board of Education meeting room at 234 Lincoln St. Come Learn About Title Grant Programing: 1. Overview of Title I, IIa, III, IV, V a. Types of Programs …

GMS students create pixel art for library contest

Recently, the Gloversville Middle School Library held a Pixel Art Contest. Teams submitted a design and then were allowed a week to create their pixel art window display using only Post-It notes and tape. Eleven teams participated in the contest. Entries included: Gloversville Baseball, Sunflower, Torchic, Ice Cream Cone, Pikachu, OWO, Butterfly, Pac-Man, Kermit The …

ELA class makes donation to local food pantry

Sophomores in Ms. Stephanie Alam’s English Language Arts class recently brought in food donations for the Gloversville Senior Citizen Food Pantry.  Students Adam LaPort, Hannah Kincheloe, and Liberty Eckhert assisted in delivering the donations to the Senior Center. Thank you to everyone who helped with this project!

GHS students honored at regional dinner

Five Gloversville High School seniors were honored for their achievements during high school at the Fourth Annual FMCC/HFM BOCES Student Recognition Dinner Monday, June 3. Having been continually impressed by the academic and extracurricular excellence seen in the region’s students, FMCC and HFM BOCES work together to host the annual event to recognize graduating seniors …

GESD receives drum donation

A local couple has donated more than $4,000 worth of musical instruments to the Gloversville Enlarged School District. Recently, Michael and Susan Brown decided to sell their home in Scotia and downsize. With a summer home in nearby Pine Lake and a friend who works at the Boulevard Elementary School, they thought the GESD would …

Fifth Grade Band participates in Gloversville Memorial Day parade

The Boulevard Elementary School Fifth Grade Band recently participated in the City of Gloversville’s annual Memorial Day parade. Congratulations to all the student musicians on your fine performance and for helping honor fallen service members.

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