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September 19, 2014

Middle School news headlines

Posted 9/16/14

GMS Morning Show

 Every day GMS students deliver the day's news during morning video announcements. Check out the video morning announcements for Wednesday, Sept. 17. view video

Posted 9/16/14

GESD teacher named New York State Teacher of the Year

GESD teacher Charles Giglio was named the 2015 state Teacher of the Year by the New York State Board of Regents Tuesday, Sept. 16. read more

Posted 9/16/14

PBIS survey

GMS students, please take the PBIS Prize Survey below, when instructed by your ELA teacher. Take Survey

Posted 9/15/14

GMS Open House, spaghetti dinner set for Thursday, Sept. 18

GMS will hold an Open House for parents and guardians on Thursday, Sept. 18. The event will begin at 5 p.m. with a spaghetti dinner. Read More

Posted 9/8/14

New Add/Drop Policy in place this year

The Gloversville Enlarged School District has adopted a new Add/Drop Policy for Gloversville Middle School and High School. Read More

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Posted 9/8/14

Bus rides available again this year for secondary students

Gloversville middle and high school students are again this year able to catch a free bus ride to school from three locations within the district. Read More

Posted 5/20/14

GMS students' work to be published

Seven Gloversville students’ work has been chosen to be featured in a national publication. View gallery

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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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