234 Lincoln Street, Gloversville, NY 12078 • (518) 775-5791 • Michael Vanyo, Superintendent
Parents: We want to know what you think!
We are conducting a Parent Engagement Survey to find out what parents think about the Gloversville school district and how our schools function. Your answers will help future decision making in the district.
Community Fun Night Thursday, Feb. 12
The next PBIS Community Fun Night is Thursday, Feb. 12 at McNab. It will be an arts and crafts night. Free pizza from 5:30-6 p.m. and fun and crafts from 6-7:30 p.m. Please RSVP to your child’s teacher.
GESD Enrollment/Demographic report released as part of future planning study
Consultants working for the Gloversville Enlarged School District have concluded the first part of a study started earlier this year to examine possible options to provide more cost-effective ways to implement and deliver its educational program.
Elementary students put academic skills to use at PBIS Community Math Fun Night
Students and parents districtwide came out to Kingsborough Thursday, Jan. 15 for a PBIS Community Math Fun Night.
Cuomo calls for $1.1 billion school aid increase and education reforms
According to language in the Governor’s proposed budget bill, if the Legislature does not enact proposed education reforms, districts will not see a state aid increase next year or the year after.
RIT student discusses engineering field with GMS eighth graders
Aliki Kotsakis, a first-year engineering student at the Rochester Institute of Technology, visited by the Gloversville Middle School recently with the aim of encouraging students to follow in her footsteps.
DATE CHANGE: College Financial Aid set
for Feb. 23
The College Financial Aid Night has been rescheduled for Monday, Feb. 23. College financial aid professionals will be available to provide free assistance and answer questions at 6 p.m. in the GHS library.
Alumni share real-world insights with GHS
Recently, former GHS students visited current GHS English students to talk about life beyond high school, including college, work, and all of the responsibilities that students face once they are out in the “real world”.
Dismissal traffic rerouted at GMS, GHS
To alleviate vehicle congestion and increase safety for pedestrians, traffic pattern changes for dismissal time have been put in place at the Gloversville Middle and High School campuses.
District mourns death of student
The GESD community is saddened by the recent death of a seventh-grade student at Gloversville Middle School.
District taking steps to improve grad
The Gloversville Enlarged School District has implemented several initiatives during the past two years to improve the graduation rate.
Sixth-grade band debuts at Winter Concert
GMS musicians gave an impressive performance Dec. 17 at the annual Winter Concert. In addition to the 6th grade chorus and the 7th & 8th grade band and chorus, the concert also featured the debut performance of the new 6th grade band.
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 now require photo ID for early
Gloversville schools now require photo identification from parents and other adults who are authorized to pick up students early from school.
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 expected to have a positive long-term effect in the district.
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.