Boulevard had its annual Art Day May 18. During the event, three artists came and presented to the school including Phil Singer, a caricature artist, Beth Spraggs, a glass mosaic artist, and Elaina Kennedy, an abstract painter. Each presenter discussed their medium and had the kids participate in some way. Art Day coincided with the school wide Art Show. Each student had a piece displayed.
Students compete in Minute-To-Win-It
As part of its PBIS program, Boulevard students participated in their own version of Minute-To-Win-It. The
Positive Behavior Intervention Support program rewards students behavior
that models the “Three Bs” – Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be
No school May 27 & 30
A reminder, as a result of unused snow days
this winter, there will be no school in the GESD Friday, May 27.
Also, in observance of Memorial Day, there will be no school
Monday, May 30.
3rd-graders share original folktales
Third-grade students in Mrs. VanNostrand's class at Boulevard Elementary School wrote and illustrated their own folktales. Parents were invited to the school for the students to share their creative writing pieces.
2016-17 Kindergarten registration set for May
Children who will be 5 on or before Dec. 1, 2016 are eligible to start kindergarten in September 2016. Registration packets will be mailed at the end of March. If you do not receive a packet by April 15, please notify your school’s main office.
Lowe's works with pe-K students on project
Lowe's staff members recently visited to Mrs. Cornell's pre-kindergarten classroom as part of Lowe's "Build and Grow" community program.
OM teams fare well in regional competition
Twelve teams representing Gloversville elementary, middle and high schools on Saturday participated in the Region 21 Odyssey of the Mind competition in Canajoharie, and three of their performances earned them places at the state competition April 2 in Binghamton.
Students get to know emergency responders at literacy event
Reading books and answering questions about their jobs, emergency personnel including a police officer, a firefighter, a nurse and a National Guardsman participated in a "Meet Our Rescue Heroes" Literacy Night Thursday, Feb. 24.