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October 22, 2014

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Posted 10/2/14

Park Terrace Pride Monthly Newsletter available

The October edition of the Park Terrace Elementary school newsletter is now available for download.

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Halloween Jack-o-Lantern

Posted 10/16/14

Halloween Fun Night set for Oct. 30 at GHS

Join us for a Community Fun Night at Gloversville High School on Oct. 30 from 6-7:30 p.m. There will be ghoulish games, pumpkin painting, freaky fun, tasty treats and a haunted house. Everything is free. View flier

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Posted 10/16/14

School pride week starts Oct. 27

Park Terrace School Pride Week will run Oct. 27-31. Here is the schedule: Monday – dress like your favorite book character, Tuesday (Picture Day) – dress to impress, Wednesday – wacky day, Thursday – Literacy Rocks – dress like a rock star and Friday – Halloween costumes.

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Posted 9/12/14

GESD elementary students to receive free meals

Thanks to federal funding, elementary students in the Gloversville Enlarged School District will receive free breakfast and lunch for the next three years. Read more

Foodplay

Posted 6/13/14

Students learn about healthy food at show

Thanks to the sponsorship of Hannaford, FOODPLAY, a national award-winning nutrition theater group performed at the Park Terrace Elementary School Friday, June 6.
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Posted 9/23/13

Parent Today: Sign up to 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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