Gloversville Soccer Skills Camp for boys and girls set for for July 6-10
The camp, for boys and girls in grades 1-8, will be held at the GHS soccer fields. The cost is $25 per player. Each player receives a t-shirt at the end of the week. Any questions contact Mike Hallenbeck.
Baseball camp for ages 7- 18 set for June 29-July 2
The Gloversville Huskies Baseball Camp will run from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at Husky Field.
Check out videos from the Park Terrace Flag
Park Terrace Elementary School's annual Flag Day ceremony June 12 featured a new component this year – a performance by the school’s new fourth and fifth grade band.
Park Terrace FM Bound Dinner Honors 2015 GHS Graduates
A number of Park Terrace alumni who are graduating this year from Gloversville High School attended a dinner in their honor on June 8.
Music survey for fifth-graders
Students in the Gloversville school district who are entering sixth grade for the 2015-16 school year are asked to complete a survey about their intentions for band and chorus participation.
Artists in residence use dance to teach math concept
Students at the Park Terrace Elementary School have gained a deeper understanding of geometry, fractions and other math concepts thanks to a week-long dance education program held at the school.
Fourth grade chorus presents concert
The Park Terrace fourth grade chorus presented their Spring Concert "We Are One In Song" on May 12.
Pre-K students dedicate tree, bench
Thanks to a donation from Runnings, the first class of full-day
pre-kindergarten students at Park Terrace Elementary on May 7 dedicated a tree and bench on the school grounds to mark the early childhood education program's first year.
Register for 2015 Gloversville Little Huskies
Register for instructional flag (pre-k through second grade), junior tackle (third & fourth grade), senior tackle (fifth and sixth grade) and cheerleading (first through eighth grade). Download the flier for more information.
Pre-K students get a lesson in planting wildflowers
Pre-K students are working on a month-long project with Runnings store employees, who have donated their personal time to help the students grow wild flowers for underneath the Park Terrace sign.
4th-graders present 'Music to Munch By'
Fourth-grade instrumental students entertained their fellow students during lunch recently.
Fitness concert gets students moving
Students at Park Terrace Elementary got their hearts pumping when Fresh-Start Fitness visited the school recently.
Students to benefit from dance education grant
The Saratoga Arts Council has awarded a $1,200 grant that will provide a week-long, mutli-disciplinary dance education program for students at the Park Terrace Elementary School.
Park Terrace Science Fair a success
On Thursday, March 19, the Park Terrace Elementary School had another successful Science Fair. The event had a combination of more than 50 presenters that included students, teachers and community members.
After-school program learns about careers
Students from the Park Terrace Elementary Advantage After-School Program welcomed several presenters from the community during the program’s annual career week.
Pre-k Science Time lets students roll with it
Every Wednesday, pre-kindergarten students at Park Terrence Elementary School participate in a learning activity called Science Time. This past week, the question was: "How does a ramp help some items roll and not others?"
Mr. Giglio shares civil rights experience
New York State Teacher of the Year Charles Giglio, who teaches Latin at Gloversville Middle and High schools, visited Park Terrace to speak to fifth-graders about his involvement in our country's civil rights movement.
Guests read to classes for Read Across America Day
To mark Read Across America Day and celebrate the district's Literacy Matters campaign, Park Terrace hosted guest readers from the school district and the community March 3.
Congratulations to Spelling Bee winners
Congratulations to fourth-grader Alayna Decker-Johnson and fifth-grader Jordan O'Dell. They’re the winners of Park Terrace Elementary School Spelling Bee.
March Park Terrace newsletter available
The March edition of the Park Terrace Pride Monthly Newsletter is now available.
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.