Excited about science: Park Terrace students visit college labs
Reminder: No school Friday
There will be no school in the Gloversville Enlarged School District on Friday, Jan. 30, because of a Superintendent's Conference Day for staff.
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.
Students: Access your surveys here
Third-, fourth-, and fifth-graders have been asked to take a survey about the Gloversville school district. Your teacher will provide you with the password.
Community Fun Night Thursday, Feb. 12
The next PBIS Community Fun Night is Thursday, Feb. 12 at McNab. It will be an arts and crafts night. Free pizza from 5:30-6 p.m. and fun and crafts from 6-7:30 p.m. Please RSVP to your child’s teacher.
Valentine's Day skate to benefit the science trip to Boston
A Valentine's Day skate at High Rollers will benefit the eighth grade science trip to Boston.
January Park Terrace newsletter available
The January edition of the Park Terrace Pride Monthly Newsletter is now available.
Schools now require photo ID for early
Gloversville schools now require photo identification from parents and other adults who are authorized to pick up students early from school.
Elementary! Sherlock Holmes visits Park Terrace
Exposing students to classic literature and the concepts of deduction and logic, actors from the Traveling Lantern Theater Company visited the Park Terrace Elementary School Friday, Nov. 14 and presented a play
Big turnout for annual Veterans Day Lunch
Park Terrace Elementary on Nov. 10 hosted its annual Veterans Day Lunch, for which students extend a lunch invitation to a relative or friend who has served in the military.
Park Terrace celebrates School Pride Week
Students celebrated School Pride Week Oct. 27-31. Each day students dressed or wore costumes based on the theme of the day.
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.