Mr. Timothy Coleman who is a recruiting specialist for the local 669 presented yesterday to our GHS scholars the benefits of possibly pursuing the trades once they graduate here from high school. He discussed; such things as apprenticeships, incremental pay increases, certified college credit accruement, union benefits, pensions, and the ability to traverse anywhere throughout the states and be marketable. The overall take from our scholars on the presentation was extremely positive, and some have already contacted Mr. Coleman.
Scholars in Ms. Alam's ELA 10 classes recently enjoyed a BreakoutEDU activity in the library. The activity prepared them to start a brief unit on Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare. Everyone worked in teams to solve the puzzles within the BreakoutEDU boxes. They truly enjoyed the activity!
Kyle Robare, Xavier Bryant and Nicholas Bradt represented the Huskies at the Section 2 Senior All-Star game on Thursday, November 17th. They were members of the North Team. The final score was South 23 North 6.
Congratulations to the cast of “How to Get into College”, by Don Zolidis, for three successful performances of this new comedy!
GHS participated in New York College Application Month, joining high schools across the state and country who hosted events assisting students with the college application process. On October 25, thirty seniors worked with the high school counselors to complete their applications. We are so proud of our scholars!
GHS Make -up Picture Day is coming up!
Girl Scout Virtual Information Night!
Modified Sports Registration is now open on FamilyID. Please use this link to register. https://www.familyid.com/gloversville-enlarged-school-district-athletics/winter-2022-2023-modified
GHS recognized its Academic Titans today. These scholars were celebrated for achieving a 90% or greater overall average for the 2021-2022 academic year. Congratulations to all of the recipients.
Congratulations to Kendra Breton and Richard Wilkinson for being selected to perform with the NYSSMA Zone 7 Area All State Chorus and Band! They will be joining other selected students from Albany, Fulton, Montgomery, Rensselear, Saratoga, Schenectady, and Washington Counties!
The class of 2026 is making a difference! The class sold items that were donated by Nicole Nicosia Krawczeski and John N. Clo. A total of $250 was raised and will be donated. Thank you everyone who participated in our GESD Pink Out Day!
Class of 2025! Your in-school order day for class rings is Tuesday, October 25th. https://eng7e.seismic.com/ls/7ed522a8-6ef6-433e-a669-a571dd80545b/EyD6x-vzrCG2ZzoM#/
Parent Education Program Offered Online at No-Cost!
GHS scholars rehearse for this year’s fall play, a comedy “How to Get into College” by Don Zolidis. Performances will be November 3,4, and 5.
Winter sports registration are now open on FamilyID for varsity and JV sports. Please use the link below to register for winter sports. www.familyid.com/gloversville-enlarged-school-district-athletics/winter-2022-2023-varsity-jv-freshman
GHS Scholars and Parents, Don't miss the early bird special. Gloversville High School yearbooks are on sale.
**SAVE THE DATE** Performances will be November 3,4, and 5. GHS scholars rehearse for this year’s fall play, a comedy “How to Get into College” by Don Zolidis.
***SAVE THE DATE*** Gloversville Fire Department is having an OPEN HOUSE EVENT on October 16th. Come out between 12pm & 3pm to enjoy Door Prizes , Refreshments, Giveaways, Activities and Training Demonstrations.
The Class of 2025 is having an Apparel Fundraiser. All orders are online and will be delivered to your house before Christmas. OUR SHOP DETAILS - Shop Now: https://bit.ly/3Cwu3HM - Store Open From: Oct 13 - Oct 31, 2022
A special shoutout to The Greater Johnstown Lions Club for their incredible donation of $2,500 to the GESD Backpack Program which is organized by the awesome LaShawn Hawkins!