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June 30, 2015

Middle School news headlines

Posted 6/25/15

GMS eighth graders recognized during promotion ceremony

One hundred and eighty-seven Gloversville Middle School eighth graders – now members of the future Gloversville High School Class of 2019 – were recognized for their accomplishments during a promotion ceremony in the middle school auditorium Thursday, June 25.  read more and see photos

Posted 6/29/15

Gloversville Soccer Skills Camp for boys and girls set for for July 6-10

The camp, for boys and girls in grades 1-8,  will be held at the GHS soccer fields. The cost is $25 per player. Each player receives a t-shirt at the end of the week.  Any questions contact Mike Hallenbeck. view flier

Posted 6/24/15

Baseball camp for ages 7- 18 set for June 29-July 2

The Gloversville Huskies Baseball Camp will run from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at Husky Field. view flier

Posted 6/11/15

Students raise funds for animal shelter
The efforts of the students in Nancy Kelso and Amy Romeyn's classes at Gloversville Middle School will help a local rescue organization care for animals in need of good homes.  read more and see photos

Posted 6/15/15

GMS students make sweet treat with chef
It was a sweet treat for Mrs. Devine's seventh-grade classes on Wednesday, June 10, as Kelly Zimmerman, an award-winning chef from Skidmore College, guided the class in preparing one of her recipes.  read more

Posted 6/4/15

Human resources professional discusses employment skills with GMS students
Gloversville Middle School eighth graders recently had the opportunity to hear first hand what employers look for in good employees. read more

Posted 6/4/15

Sixth grade Team 2 announces Students of the Month
The Gloversville Middle School sixth grade Team 2 has announced the May Students of the Month read more

Posted 6/4/15

GMS Yearbooks have arrived, a few extra copies are still available
If you would like a yearbook please see Mrs. Bobowski after school in GMS room 210 with $30. Once the yearbooks are gone, the school, unfortunately, cannot order any more.

Posted 6/1/15

Ultra-runner, author speaks at GMS
Canadian author and ultra-runner David Carroll on Friday, May 29, visited Gloversville Middle School, talking to students about making the impossible possible and having some students join him for a run. read more

Posted 5/28/15

GMS Band shines at parade
Congratulations to the GMS Band for a fine performance at the annual Gloversville Memorial Day Parade. see photo

Posted 5/11/15

GMS announces Third Quarter Honor Roll and Principal's List
Gloversville Middle School has announced the names of the students appearing on the Third Quarter Honor Roll and Principal's List for the 2014-15 school year.  view names of the students

Posted 5/7/15

Students earn 3rd quarter Eagle Awards
GMS Principal Mark Batty has announced the names of the 16 sixth, seventh and eighth graders who earned the school’s Eagle Awards for the third quarter.  read more and see photos

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 12/8/14

'Reboot' tutoring sessions ongoing

Tutoring opportunities are provided after school from 2:30-2:50 p.m. with classroom teachers in small settings. These sessions are required for students failing two or more subjects. Students who are passing also have the option of attending the tutoring sessions. read more

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Posted 9/23/13

Parent Today: 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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