The winners of the 2015 McNab Elementary
School Spelling Bee are:
Second grade - Katana Gonzalez
Third grade - Marissa Dygon
Fourth grade - Austin Eagan
Fifth grade - Dane Dillenback. The overall school winner was Dane Dillenbeck. He'll go on to compete at the Fulton County Spelling Bee, which will be held in March at the Gloversville Middle School.
Fifth graders visit the state Capitol
McNab fifth graders recently took a trip to the state Capitol in Albany to tour the Senate, Assembly, and other areas of interest. The students were also able to meet state Sen. Hugh T. Farley.
March McNab-Meco newsletter available
The March edition of the McNab-Meco school newsletter is now available for download.
View the McNab Meco Video Newsletter
Check out the January McNab Meco Video Newsletter for an update on what students have been working on in their classes.
McNab names trimester's Academic All Stars
The McNab Elementary School has named the Academic All Stars for the first trimester. Congratulations to all students.
McNab hosts holiday chorus concert
Mrs. Ann Trojan on Tuesday, Dec. 16, directed the fourth- and fifth-grade chorus, which performed "Christmas Around the World," featuring a number of speakers and soloists.
Theater troupe teaches students about
McNab Meco's theme this year is "On the Move," which emphasizes physical activity, nutrition and wellness. With that theme in mind, the school invited the performers from Food Play, a national award-winning nutrition theater group, to present their show.
Schools to require photo ID for early
Gloversville schools will soon require photo identification from parents and other adults who are authorized to pick up students early from school.
An interview with our literacy coach
Principal Crawford sat down with literacy coach Mrs. Luyk to have her answer a few questions for students and parents about the reading programs at Meco and McNab.
Students Zumba during Morning Program
As part of the school's "On the Move" initiative, McNab Elementary students have done Zumba to get active. Click below to watch a video of teacher Samantha Boyle leading a Zumba session during Morning Program.
Freaky Friday dress-up days are back
Freaky Friday Spirit Days are again planned at McNab Elementary to raise money for the American Cancer Society.
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.