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November 25, 2015

Middle School news headlines

Posted 11/20/15

Morning Video Announcements for Tuesday, Nov. 24

Morning Video Announcements are produced periodically throughout the week to share important news and information and to showcase school events and classroom projects. view the video announcements.


Posted 11/23/15

GMS Picture Retake Day set for Dec. 10

Picture Retake Day at the Gloversville Middle School is set for Thursday, Dec. 10.

Posted 11/19/15

Holiday gift donations being sought for Project Angel

The GMS PTA and the Environmental Club are once again sponsoring Project Angel for the holidays. Donations of various items for children ages 10-16 are being accepted through Dec. 11. click here to learn more and see the items needed

Posted 11/17/15

Free field hockey clinic in December

The Field Hockey Booster Club is offering a free four-week clinic for girls in grades 3-12 during the month of December at Park Terrace Elementary. View the flier

Posted 11/10/15

GMS collection for troops a success

The GMS community recently concluded a two-week long Holiday Collection for deployed U.S. troops. Students, teachers, staff and families contributed a dozen boxes worth of donations. read more

Posted 11/10/15

GMS Builders Club helps send packages to deployed troops 

Students from the Gloversville Middle School’s new Builders Club recently pitched in to help send care packages overseas to deployed U.S. troops. read more and see photos

Posted 11/9/15

GMS band to perform at Albany Devils game 

The seventh- and eighth-grade band will be performing the National Anthem at the Albany Devils game prior to the puck drop at the beginning of the game on Wednesday, Nov. 25. read more

Posted 11/9/15

Builders Club cleans up stretch of highway

Students in the GMS Builders Club have been working to clean up a littered stretch of highway along County Highway 309 that has become a dumping ground for garbage. read more

Posted 11/9/15

Greek team names students of month

Team 1 (the Greeks) in sixth grade have announced the October Students of the Month, as well as "The Grand Pooba" for the month. Read more

Posted 11/9/15

Roman team names students of the month

Team 2 (the Romans) has named its Students of the Month for October. Read more

Posted 11/3/15

Check out photos from the Halloween Teen Town

Students who had no unexcused absences and no referrals for the month of October were able to attend the Oct. 30 "Halloween Teen Town." view a video slide show of the event

Posted 10/29/15

Students unite against bullying

October was National Bullying Prevention Month. GMS students and teachers participated in several activities to help raise awareness about bullying. read more and see photos.

Posted 10/29/15

Class learns about Industrial Revolution

Students in Marcia Gillis' social studies class, learned about the Industrial Revolution by working an assembly line. They made burgers out of Vanilla Wafers, Oreo cookies and candy to learn about the history of mass production in America. view video

Posted 10/2/15

Read the GMS sixth grade Romans Newsletter

The first edition of the GMS sixth grade Romans (Team 2) newsletter is available. The newsletter includes messages from teachers about what students are doing in their classes and other important information. Click here to read the newsletter.

Posted 10/2/15

Junior Dragon basketball set for November and December

The Junior Dragons Basketball Program provides basketball skill instruction for boys in grades four through six. All clinics will be run by Varsity Basketball Coach Aric Kucel, his coaching staff and players. Read the flier to learn more

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Posted 9/1/15

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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