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March 04, 2015

Middle School news headlines

Posted 3/4/15

GMS Morning Show

Every school day GMS students deliver the day's news during morning video announcements. Check out the video morning announcements for Wednesday, March 4. view video

Posted 2/27/15

Project Lead the Way enhances STEM education at GMS
A new pre-engineering class at the GMS is helping eighth graders develop science, math and engineering skills to better prepare them for college and the workforce read more and see photos

Posted 2/24/15

Last chance to order GMS yearbooks
All GMS yearbook orders are due by this Friday, Feb. 27. read more and order

Posted 2/23/15

GMS lists 2nd-quarter Honor Roll
Gloversville Middle School has named the students who earned a place on the Principal's List or the Honor Roll for the second quarter of the 2014-15 school year.  See honor roll

Posted 2/13/15

Young visitors help GMS students learn about child development

GMS students recently got some help from some little volunteers while completing a unit on child development in Mrs. Dixie Wickham’s Family and Consumer Science classes. read more and see photos

Posted 2/23/15

6th grade Team 1 names Students of Month

Sixth grade Team 1 has named its Students of the Month for January, as well as its Grand Pooba for the month. read more

Posted 2/9/15

6th grade Team 2 names Students of Month

Sixth grade Team 2 has named its Students of the Month for January, as well as honoring those who have achieved academic honors. read more

Posted 2/6/15

Drama Club to present Hairspray in March

The annual Spring musical will be performed March 27, 28, and 29 - it's sure to be a HIT! view the cast

Posted 2/5/15

Criteria-based field trip set for 8th-graders

GMS is again this year offering a criteria-based field trip for eighth graders. On Friday March 20, 45 eighth graders with advance standing in science will travel to Boston for the day to visit the Science Museum and aquarium. read more and see criteria

Posted 1/26/15

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. read more

Posted 1/22/15

Eighth graders raising money for Boston trip

GMS eighth grade students are planning a science-based trip to Boston in March to visit the New England Aquarium and the Museum of Science. Those interested in donating in support of the trip can visit Mrs. Bobowski's Donors Choose Web page.

Posted 1/22/15

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. read more

Posted 1/12/15

GMS students participating in Math-a-thon

Beginning this month, staff and students at Gloversville Middle School are participating in the St. Jude Math-a-thon for the fourth consecutive year. read more

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Posted 1/9/15

Students use baked goods to learn about the Periodic Table
Students in Mrs. Rosebrook's sixth grade science classes recently used cupcakes to learn about the Periodic Table of Elements. Read more and see photos

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Posted 1/2/15

Dismissal traffic rerouted at GMS, GHS
To alleviate vehicle congestion and increase safety for pedestrians, traffic pattern changes for dismissal time have been made at the Gloversville Middle and High School campuses. Read more

Posted 1/5/15

6th-grade Team 1 Students of the Month
The December Students of the Month have been named for Sixth-grade Team 1. read more

Posted 12/29/14

6th-grade Team 2 Students of the Month
The December Students of the Month have been named for Sixth-grade Team 2. read more

PBIS celebration at middle school

Posted 12/22/14

GMS students enjoy PBIS celebration
Students at Gloversville Middle School who met academic and behavioral requirements enjoyed a variety of activities Friday, Dec. 19, as part of the district's Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) program. See photos

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Posted 12/21/14

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. Read more and see photos

Posted 12/12/14

Schools now require photo ID for early dismissals
Gloversville schools now require photo identification from parents and other adults who are authorized to pick up students early from school. Read more

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

Posted 12/8/14

Eagle award winners announced for first quarter

Fourteen Gloversville Middle School students were given Eagle Awards for the first quarter of the year during a ceremony, Thursday, Dec. 4, in the school cafeteria. read more

Posted 10/20/14

GMS yearbooks for sale now

Orders for Gloversville Middle School yearbooks are now being accepted. Orders can be placed online or by turning in a form and payment. 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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