To celebrate National Fire Prevention Week, the Gloversville Fire Department recently visited the Boulevard Elementary School and reviewed fire safety tips with students.
Free field hockey clinic in December
The Field Hockey Booster Club is offering a free four-week clinic for girls in grades 3-12 during the month of December at Park Terrace Elementary.
Nursing home to display students' artwork
Third-graders in Lisa Beerle’s art classes at Boulevard Elementary will soon have their artwork displayed at Nathan Littauer Nursing Home.
Junior Dragon basketball set for November and December
The Junior Dragons Basketball Program provides basketball skill instruction for boys in grades four through six. All clinics will be run by Varsity Basketball Coach Aric Kucel, his coaching staff and players.
Raider-Dragon Youth Basketball begins Oct. 31 for boys in grades 1-3
The youth basketball league is an opportunity for the young people to develop basic skills and understanding of the game of basketball. Run by FMCC coaching staff, the league is for boys in grades 1-3.
Adult supervision required for athletic events
For the safety of all our students, parents are asked to ensure that all elementary students attending home athletic events are accompanied and supervised by an adult.
Boulevard essays result in Flame concert
Boulevard Elementary School participated in a Disabilities Awareness Essay Contest last spring and as a result of the high number of essays received and class winners from the school the band Flame performed a concert for the students on Sept. 16.
Regent visits students at Boulevard
Board of Regents member Beverly Ouderkirk got a first-hand look at how the Gloversville Enlarged School District and Hamilton Fulton Montgomery BOCES partner at Boulevard Elementary School to provide educational services to students with disabilities.
Boulevard 'Matters of Fact' available
Each week the latest edition of Boulevard Elementary School's "Matters of Fact" is posted on this website for viewing. You can download it by clicking on the Matters of Fact link on the left side of this page.
Parents of Gloversville students now have access to Parent Today, a free e-newsletter and website resource. It offers tips to aid parents in their partnership with educators to support students throughout the educational process, from pre-k through high school.