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May 28, 2015

McNab Elementary news headlines

Posted 5/18/15

VIDEO: Spring Carnival

The McNab-Meco Spring Carnival featured plenty of games and activities for students. watch the video

Posted 5/7/15

Register for 2015 Gloversville Little Huskies
Register for instructional flag (pre-k through second grade), junior tackle (third & fourth grade), senior tackle (fifth and sixth grade) and cheerleading (first through eighth grade). Download the flier for more information.  view flier

Posted 4/9/15

Students earn Mountain Climber/Shining Star awards
Several Meco students were recently recognized with Mountain Climber awards, which is awarded to students for effort and improvement), and Shining Star awards, which is awarded to students who excel in all facets of school. see photos

Posted 4/1/15

Fresh Start Fitness group helps keep McNab-Meco students "On the Move"
In keeping with the "On the Move" campaign, the school hosted Fresh Start Fitness, a group which included a guitar player and an exercise instructor. The students enjoyed themselves while experiencing an intense, high energy aerobic workout. see photos

Posted 4/1/15

Students honor famous author Dr. Seuss
At McNab, several students made themselves up to look like Dr. Seuss characters Friday, March 20 to celebrate Dr. Seuss Day. see photos

Posted 3/27/15

McNab-Meco celebrates reading during first ever Literacy Night
The McNab-Meco held its first ever Literacy Night recently. Families first enjoyed a free dinner, then students used "passports" to select from seven different travel themed stories. At the end of the night, every student received a free book.  see photos

Posted 3/27/15

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. see photos

Posted 3/27/15

Students get their hearts pumping

The Heart Throbs recently led students at Meco Elementary in an exercise routine, which is part of this year’s “On the Move” campaign at McNab Meco, which emphasizes nutrition, physical activity and wellness. VIEW THe video

Posted 2/13/15

McNab Spelling Bee winners
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. read more and see photo


Posted 1/16/15

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. read more and see photo

Posted 12/29/14

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. See photos

Posted 12/12/14

Theater troupe teaches students about nutrition
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. see photos

Posted 9/22/14

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. Read more

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Posted 9/23/13

Parent Today: Sign up to get tips to help your children succeed

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. Read more.

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