234 Lincoln Street, Gloversville, NY 12078 • (518) 775-5791 • Michael Vanyo, Superintendent
Dismissal traffic to be rerouted at GMS, GHS
To alleviate vehicle congestion and increase safety for pedestrians, traffic pattern changes for dismissal time will be put in place at the Gloversville Middle and High School campuses effective Monday, Jan. 5, 2015.
December Speech and Language newsletter available
The December edition of the Speech and Language newsletter is available for download.
Nov-Dec. PBIS newsletter available
The November-December edition of the Positive Behavior Intervention Support newsletter is available for download.
Schools to require photo ID for early
Gloversville schools will soon require photo identification from parents and other adults who are authorized to pick up students early from school.
Traffic pattern changes under consideration for GMS, GHS
To alleviate vehicle congestion and provide increased safety for pedestrians, traffic pattern changes are being considered for the Gloversville Middle and High School campuses.
Meco Pre-K seats available
Eight openings in the Meco full-day pre-kindergarten have recently become available. The seats are open to 4 year olds who reside in the district. Contact Melissa Vacula at 775-5740 x. 4056 for more information.
Video highlights benefits of expanded elementary music program
The district’s decision to ramp up its music program this year is cultivating many budding musicians, something that is expected to have a positive long-term effect in the district.
Excited about science: Students visit college
Park Terrace fifth-graders recently visited Fulton-Montgomery Community College and toured the college's physics, astronomy and robotics facilities.The visit was part of a college outreach program aimed at getting students excited about science at an early age.
Gloversville students write letters to veterans
Gloversville elementary, middle and high school students have written hundreds of letters that will be delivered to the veterans at the VA Hospital in Albany in time for Veterans Day.
Students shine at Mini Metric Olympics
Fifty-five GMS students delayed their Halloween Friday, Oct. 31 to partcipate in the Metric Mini Olympics. Top honors went to Ravena Murphy & Sariyah Johnson, second place, Samantha Anipuesto, Noah Batease and Libby Cook and third place went to Trae Metzger.
Students mark Halloween with educational games, crafts and parades
Elementary students celebrated Halloween, Friday, Oct. 31 with a variety of educational games, crafts and the annual Halloween building parades.
Students proud of their Teacher of the Year
When Latin teacher Charles Giglio was named the state Education Department's Teacher of the Year last month, there was no shortage of support from students here in the Gloversville school district.
GHS musicians selected for Area All State Music Festival
Senior Angela Veeder and junior Abbey Cooper have been selected to perform at the New York State School Music Association Area All State Music Festival in November.
Gloversville alumni sought for career mentor program
The Gloversville Enlarged School District is seeking assistance from alumni to create a career resource for high school students.
New assistant principal named for GMS
The Gloversville Enlarged School District Board of Education on Tuesday, Oct. 14, approved the appointment of Julie Adams as the new assistant principal of the middle school.
FMCC students donate books to school
Students in the Child Development class at Fulton-Montgomery Community College recently participated in a book drive collecting more than 500 books for the Boulevard Elementary School.
GHS alumna, teacher named to SUNY Cobleskill Athletic Hall of Fame
Mary Ellis-Herod, a GESD teacher and coach and graduate of Gloversville High School, has been inducted into the SUNY Cobleskill Athletic Hall of Fame.
State Education commissioner tours GESD
New York State Department of Education Commissioner John B. King, Jr. visited the GESD Friday touring successful school programs and meeting with 2015 NYS Teacher of the Year Charles Giglio.
Academic Pep Rally recognizes Teacher of the Year
Friday, Sept. 19, 6-12 grade students participated in an academic pep rally to honor Charles Giglio, the GESD teacher recently named the NYS Teacher of the Year.
Information for parents on Enterovirus
The school district is providing
information on the Enterovirus to help parents and community
members become better informed about the illness and to help
prevent the spread of the illness
GESD teacher named New York State Teacher of the Year
GESD teacher Charles Giglio has been named the 2015 New York State Teacher of the Year by the New York State Board of Regents.
GESD elementary students to receive free meals
Thanks to federal funding, elementary students in the Gloversville Enlarged School District will receive free breakfast and lunch for the next three years.
Veteran school board member fills BOE vacancy
The GESD Board of Education has appointed former school board member Jean LaPorta to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of board member Aaron Flynn.
Literacy Matters: Literacy theme of new school year
As students returned to classes, Sept. 4, they were reminded in a variety of ways of the importance of reading, writing, speaking and problem solving.
GESD among state pre-k grant recipients
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the Gloversville Enlarged School District will receive a $1,045,000 grant to expand its existing half-day pre-kindergarten into a full-day program that will begin this September in the four elementary schools.
GESD students participate in college level PTECH program
The GESD is participating in the BOCES PTECH program, a new model for high school education that allows selected students to complete credit-bearing college coursework while selecting their own “pathway” to high-skill jobs.