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Thanks to an Arts and Ed grant from BOCES, the fifth grades at Boulevard Elementary were able to Zoom with civil rights icon, Ruby Bridges on June 8. In addition to having the opportunity to ask her questions about her life, the students created either poetry or art projects to share how Ruby had inspired them.
Mrs. Berlin's speech students at Boulevard are getting ready for summer by writing their bucket lists!
Mrs. Smeallie's class has completed their Zoo Creations. After creating an animal of their choice, they measured the length, width and height of each box they used. They then calculated the volume of each box and the total volume of their animal. Their creations then came to life with paint.
Students in Mrs. DeMaria’s and Mrs. Sweeney’s second grade classes participate in a daily check in every morning before entering the classroom!
On June 1st it was announced that Boulevard's Olympics of Visual Arts Team (OVA) came in second place for the Elementary Illustration challenge! This is the 40th year of the statewide competition, Boulevard's second year competing. Six students (Laura S, Kendra S, Ryan S, Anthony P, Zahavah W, and Cara S) came together once a week for 3 months to work on an artistic problem: to imagine two illustrations that would work as movie posters based off of a Celtic myth. The students had to research celtic mythology and imagery, imagine and design characters that would be in an epic battle, and work together to create a final design. Congratulations on their hard work and creative problem solving!
Applications are now available for the 2022 Summer Recreation Program!
Thank you to everyone who supported the blood drive last week at GHS. We exceeded our goal of 20 units and collected 26 units of blood. That blood will be used to help save lives. On behalf of the National Honor Society, thank you for your support!
2022 Summer Recreation Program is BACK!
The results are in! The 22-23 budget had passed 271-80 (70%) / Proposition 293-55 (84%) Congratulations to our elected Board Members: Kevin Kucel with 228 votes Robert Curtis with 225 votes Vincent Salvione 220 votes Thomas Canty, who was a write in with 80 votes
Talk, Read and Sing together every day! Tips for Families!
Today is the school budget vote as well as the Board of Education election. Polls open between 11 AM and 8 PM at the Gloversville High School gymnasium and the Bleecker Town Hall. Please call (518) 775-5706 for voting information.
Save the date for Project Clean Streets!
[GESD] GESD Phones are currently down. NERIC has informed us that this is also impacting the Northville and Mayfield School Districts. We will use cellular phones to contact parents and guardians if needed. We are planning a normal end to the school day.
This week at Boulevard we started our Boulevard Book Buddies. Our 5th graders pair up with our 3rd graders to spend time each morning reading and sharing books! We are hoping for some nice weather soon so our group can enjoy reading outside in the sunshine.
Mrs. Cornell's class is learning about forces. For today's science challenge, students had to design bridges using only paper, no tape or glue. They had to try and design a bridge that would hold the most pennies over a six inch span. The winning bridge held 119 pennies!
Boulevard 5th graders researched state landmarks in library class. Then they build those landmarks in Minecraft!
This is a friendly reminder that our Job Fair is tomorrow (Friday, April 29th) from 9am-11am at Gloversville High School. This event is open to the community and will have numerous agencies looking to hire. Attached is a map of the parking lot we would like everyone to use.
Today in Mrs. Casale’s class we worked on Series and Parallel Circuits, and the kids had a blast!