District to present suicide awareness event
The school district will present a parent
information night “Your Story isn’t Over; An Evening of Suicide
Awareness” from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, May 12, in the Gloversville
Middle School Auditorium.
First season a success for Winter Guard
The new GHS Winter Guard recently concluded
its first season, which saw the squad compete in five invitational
events and the 2016 Mid-York Color Guard Circuit Championships.
This season was the first time in more than 20 years that GHS has
had a competitive color guard.
GHS baseball team honors teachers
The GHS varsity baseball team and the
Gloversville Dugout Club sponsored a Teacher Appreciation Night
Saturday, April 23. Team members selected a teacher who played an
important role in their educational success to honor during the
Read the GHS May Math newsletter
Read the May edition of the GHS Math Department's newsletter to learn what students have been doing in their math classes.
Math Regents review class to begin May 4
Review classes for the math Regents exams
will begin at GHS Wednesday, May 4. All classes will run from
2:35-3:20 p.m. The schedule is as follows: Algebra: Tuesdays and
Thursdays in room 405; Geometry: Mondays and Wednesdays in room
314; Trigonometry: Mondays and Wednesdays in room 211.
Fancher named Outstanding Athlete
Congratulations to Gloversville High School junior Madison Fancher. She was named the Girls Most Outstanding Athlete at the Kiwanis Bi-County Track and Field Invitational April 9.
National Honor Society inducts 36 new members
The Gloversville High School National Honor Society inducted 36 new members March 23.
Walrath earns National Football Foundation & College Football Hall of Fame award
Congratulations to Gloversville High School senior football player Evan Walrath. He recently earned a Scholar-Athlete Award from the Capital District Chapter of the National Football Foundation & College Football Hall of Fame.
OM teams shine at regionals
Twelve teams representing Gloversville elementary, middle and high schools participated in the Region 21 Odyssey of the Mind competition in Canajoharie, and three of their performances earned them places at the state competition
Student, teacher part of glider ground crew
GHS Christopher Murphy and senior Austin Reese are gearing up to send a radiation experiment on a suborbital glider as part of the Teachers in Space Program and to be members of the ground crew when the glider takes flight in Nevada and Argentina. Financial help is needed to get Reese there.