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“Administrator of the Year" award goes to GESD assistant
The BOCES School Library System this year has named Gloversville Enlarged School District Assistant Superintendent Steven Schloicka as its “Administrator of the Year.”
GESD residents approve 2015-16 budget
Voters in the Gloversville Enlarged School District Tuesday, May 19 approved the proposed 2015-16 budget 278-118. Voters also elected Michael Hauser, Jennifer Pomeroy and Robin Walrath to full three-year terms on the board of education and elected Vincent Salvione to a one-year term to fill a vacancy.
Pre-K students dedicate tree, bench
Thanks to a donation from Runnings, the first class of full-day
pre-kindergarten students at Park Terrace Elementary on May 7 dedicated a tree and bench on the school grounds to mark the early childhood education program's first year.
Register for 2015 Gloversville Little Huskies
Register for instructional flag (pre-k through second grade), junior tackle (third & fourth grade), senior tackle (fifth and sixth grade) and cheerleading (first through eighth grade). Download the flier for more information.
View 2015-16 budget public hearing presentation
A public hearing on the proposed 2015-16 GESD budget was held Tuesday, May 5. in the GMS auditorium. Assistant Superintendent Steven Schloicka's budget presentation from the hearing is available for download.
Full-day Pre-K now enrolling for 2015-16
The Gloversville Enlarged School District is now accepting applications for its full-day pre-kindergarten program for the 2015-16 school year.
Program Delivery Study focus group report available
On April 18, a focus group of community members, parents and district employees—all district residents—met to provide feedback regarding the Program Delivery Study released this winter. The focus group report is now available for download.
GESD's Mr. Giglio honored at White House
GESD Latin teacher Mr. Charles Giglio was among the nation's "Teachers of the Year" honored at a ceremony at the White House Wednesday, April 29.
Four candidates seek Gloversville Board of Education seats
Four candidates have filed petitions and will appear on the ballot May 19 for the Gloversville Enlarged School District Board of Education election.
Student success at center of proposed 2015-16 budget
The GESD Board of Education April 22 adopted a proposed 2015-16 budget that stays within the state’s tax levy limit and includes several new and expanded initiatives to increase academic success and the graduation rate.
April Speech newsletter available
The latest edition of the GESD Speech Department Newsletter is now available.
New special education director named
The Gloversville Enlarged School District Board of Education has appointed Rosanne Plumadore as the district’s new director of Student Support Services.
GHS teams earn Scholar Athlete awards
The Gloversville High School boys and girls basketball and the boys and girls indoor track teams have earned Scholar/Athlete Team Awards from the New York State Public High School Athletic Association.
Teacher of the Year honor an "intense" experience for GESD
With nearly 40 appearances and speeches already to his credit and a White House trip scheduled next month, GESD Latin teacher Charles Giglio says his year so far as the New York State Teacher of the Year has been an intense experience.
GESD to review needs for renovations, upgrades
The GESD Board of Education will soon begin reviewing the need for renovations and upgrades at school buildings and other district facilities.
Literacy Matters: sixth graders participate in annual Read-a-thon
Sixth graders at GMS Friday, March 20 participated in the school's annual Read-a-thon spending the day reading together in the sixth grade common area. The event is designed to help foster an appreciation of reading in students.
GMS team wins regional Battle of the Books competition
A team of students from Gloversville Middle School clinched first place at this year’s regional “Battle of the Books” competition held Tuesday, March 10 at the Arkell Museum in Canajoharie.
Future Options Study now available
The Future Options Study (or Program Delivery Study), which examines future options for the GESD, is now available for review.
Project Lead the Way enhances STEM education at GMS
A new pre-engineering class at the GMS is helping eighth graders develop science, math and engineering skills to better prepare them for college and the workforce
Dates for kindergarten registration set
The Gloversville Enlarged School District
has set dates for kindergarten registrations at each of its