Gloversville School District will open at normal times tomorrow, Friday February 3rd. A two hour delay would not see an improvement in temperature or windchill according to the forecast. Please be sure to bundle up with proper clothing, including coats, hats, gloves and boots.
GHS Class of 2024 is having a BINGO night fundraiser. Come join the fun!
Here are the winning teams from today's trivia game hosted by the social studies department during wellness day!
If any girls between the ages of 9-12 are interested in playing softball this Spring, please come to sign-ups. Sign-ups will be held after school in the cafeteria on Friday, February 3rd. Hope to see you all there!
Due to deteriorating weather conditions forecast for this this afternoon, GESD will be dismissing early today. GMS and GHS will dismiss at 12:40 PM and Elementary Schools will dismiss at 1:30 PM. All after school activities are canceled.
All after school activities, including athletics games and practices are cancelled.
GHS Valentines Dance for only 9th - 12th grade
January 24th - 27th, GHS will be holding Regents Exams. There will be NO CLASSES on these days. Scholars, if you attend CTC the buses will be running as normal. GHS will also be providing breakfast and lunch on these days. Stop in the Main Office with any questions.
Family Friendly Movie Matinée Series!
Join Our Team!
Gloversville High School Yearbooks are on Sale!
On Thursday evening, 12/1 members of the GHS Band performed Holiday carols in the lobby of Nathan Littauer Hospital as part of their annual tree lighting event.
Principal's list/Honor Roll for the 1st quarter. Congratulations to all! https://5il.co/1lhhg
Check your school email for descriptions of the days and activities during Spirit Week!
Congrats to Richard Bradley Wilkinson and Lucia Bouchard on being inducted into the Laura S. Moyer chapter of the National Honor Society. Members of NHS fulfill the four pillars: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. https://youtu.be/5hVAN8J0BgA
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!