Dismissal traffic to be rerouted at GMS, GHS
To alleviate vehicle congestion and increase safety for pedestrians, traffic pattern changes for dismissal time will be put in place at the Gloversville Middle and High School campuses effective Monday, Jan. 5, 2015.
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.
Traffic pattern changes under consideration for GMS, GHS
To alleviate vehicle congestion and provide increased safety for pedestrians, traffic pattern changes are being considered for the Gloversville Middle and High School campuses.
"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.
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.
Quarter 1 Honor Roll announced
See who has been named to the Principal's List and the Honor Roll for the first quarter.
Sixth grade Team 2 lists Students of Month
Sixth grade Team 2 has announced its November Students of the Month.
Sixth grade Team 1 lists Students of Month
Sixth grade Team 1 has announced its November Students of the Month.
Students rewarded for high marks
Twenty-nine sixth-graders from Team Two earned 80 or higher in all five core classes in the first quarter.
Students prepare Thanksgiving feast
Students in Nancy Kelso and Amy Romeyn's classes Friday, Nov. 21 held their third annual Thanksgiving Feast. For the event, students sharpened their kitchen skills and learned to prepare a traditional Thanksgiving meal.
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.
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.