Boulevard Elementary is proud to spotlight one of our fantastic 4th-grade teachers, Lauren Hemstreet, and one of our incredible scholars, Emma Davis! Congratulations and keep up the great work!
Fourth graders in Ms. Kane's classroom had fun during a Science investigation. Scholars collaborated with a partner and learned about tectonic plates and the three ways that they move. Awesome job, 4th graders!
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More from the Boulevard Science Fair! Great job Scholars!
Here are a few photos from our Boulevard Science Fair. Our little Scholars created amazing science projects!
Little Huskies Summer Flag Football!
The Budget Vote & School Board Elections will be held today from 11am-8pm at the GHS gymnasium and at Bleecker Town Hall. For more information please call (518) 775-5706
Boulevard scholars participated in a science fair during the Boulevard Showcase. Students did a wonderful job presenting in a wide variety topics. Everyone should be proud of their hard work! Here were the winners: Chemistry: 1st: Julia Gunzburg 2nd: Tate Wojeski 3rd: Jackson Hallenbeck and Finley Hallenbeck Physics: 1st: Carson Lathrop 2nd: Jackson Perron and Andrew Jaques 3rd: Caroline DeMagistris and Leighton Guzielek Robotics: 1st: Addison Darling 2nd: Catalina Harris 3rd: Jason Stumbrice Life Science: 1st: Lucy Hallenbeck and Ava Case 2nd: Charlie Betancur 3rd: Annabelle Pettit
Mrs. Lott's Physical Education classes at Boulevard Elementary had fun participating in a Cardio Drumming Unit . The students used heart rate monitor watches, and learned about how cardio exercise affects their bodies. They also learned the importance of warming up their muscles, and the FITT principle - Frequency, Intensity, and Time. The students enjoyed creating their own cardio drumming routine in small groups that they were able to show their classmates.
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A huge shout out to our scholars in the 5th-grade Kindness Club who made 330 Individual craft kits to donate to the Ronald Mcdonald House.
On April 27th, Gloversville participated in the 41st Olympics of Visual Arts Competition (OVA). This is an annual statewide competition where teams of student artists work on a long-term art project together and then do an on-site spontaneous problem the day of the competition. Boulevard Elementary, GMS, and HS each had a team participating. Boulevard came in first place in their category!
Community GESD Clothing Give Back!
In celebration of Earth Day, some of Mrs. Masatis's third grade scholars took to the playground and inspired many of our other 3rd graders to clean up our Earth during recess! Awesome job team!
The City of Gloversville Police Department will be participating in the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee 2023 “No Empty Chair” campaign this week.
The Gloversville Dugout Club is hosting a Stand Up To Cancer Night tonight vs Broadalbin-Perth at 7:00 pm. Cards will be sold for $5 prior to the start of tonight’s game. All money that is raised will be donated to the American Cancer Society from our Hits4Hope Program.
Give Hope this Spring!
No Empty Chair!
Third grader Piper Wilson from Boulevard Elementary won the first ever Rising Artist Award at the Paul Nigra 2023 Regional Art Show. Come see Piper's painting and more from students our district! The show will be up until May 25th at the Paul Nigra Arts Center.
Boulevard's April Art Club held a mini-paint and sip! They drank some juice and painted a landscape and then whatever they wanted on their second canvas!