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September 02, 2015

Park Terrace Elementary news headlines

Posted 8/19/15

Park Terrace supply list  available

Supply list for students in grades K through 5 are now available.
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Reposted 6/14/15

Park Terrace students mark Flag Day

Students Friday, June 12, observed Flag Day with a ceremony at the school. The annual ceremony featured a new component this year – a performance by the school’s new fourth and fifth grade band. read more and see photos

Posted 6/18/15

Check out videos from the Park Terrace Flag Day Ceremony
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. watch the videos

Posted 6/18/15

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. read more and see photos

Posted 5/4/15

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. read more and see photo

Posted 5/11/15

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. read more

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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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