Glens Falls High School students spent a day helping to “make downtown
clean and bright for fall” as part of Glens Falls Cleanup Day. Andrew Bulmer,
Henry Vanderminden, and David Botch, all juniors, and Greyson Brady, a
sophomore, volunteered their time on Saturday, September 13th to make the city
a better place. [ MORE ]
The eSchool Student Portal is now open for the 2014-15 school year. Students can view schedules, report cards, gradebooks and more of their school information. Student accounts have been refreshed to match your current network lD and password. If anyone has difficulty [ LOGGING IN ], please contact the Technology office in the High School.
Would your kids like to design, build and operate vehicles to travel on
tracks and make stops at different stations without touching the floor? How
about putting a video game spin on the classic Greek myth of Pandora's Box?
Got any funny meteorologists to perform a "wacky weather" forecast? All of
these endeavors are challenges in this year's Odyssey of the Mind competition.
Teams are forming now - get on board! [
Glens Falls staff and students got off to an enthusiastic start in early
September! Superintendent Paul Jenkins delivered
[ THIS PRESENTATION ]
to staff with Director of Curriculum Trent Clay, outlining the district's
direction in the new year. Keynote
ERIC SHENINGER talked with
staff about leading and learning in the digital age as a model for moving
schools and districts forward. And the High School highlighted students' first
day with [ THIS VIDEO ]
produced by teacher Rob Amberger.
WSWHE BOCES, in collaboration with Glens Falls City School District, invites students in grades 1-12 to participate in Project Chinese, a language and culture initiative. Highlights include Tai Chi, dance, music, storytelling, games, arts and more. The program runs after-School on Tuesdays in October/November at The Southern Adirondack Education Center. Please see the [ REGISTRATION FLIER ] for details on program and cost.
The detailed school year calendar is no longer mailed to every postal
address in the City. A copy is included in each family packet for current
students, and any Glens Falls City School District resident may request a
calendar by calling the district office at 792-1481. You can download it [ HERE ] as a PDF. A
one-page printable version of the calendar that includes school breaks,
holidays, and Regents exam days can be downloaded
[ HERE ].
Nearly 1,000 athletes and coaches from across the state will participate in
the 2014 State Fall Games October 17-19 — featuring competitions at
Morse Athletic Complex! Volunteers are needed to: set up and break down sports
venues, distribute lunches, help with Opening Ceremonies and Olympic Village,
cheer, provide hospitality, and more. Please register online by visiting the
volunteer registration page
[ HERE ].
In the Glens Falls High School auditorium on Saturday, June 28, more than 160 students representing the class of 2014 accepted their diplomas in front of an audience of family, friends, teachers and staff during the school's 123rd annual commencement. Have a look at some "Graduation Moments" in the slideshow [ HERE ]
Glens Falls City School District has been recognizing national Teacher Appreciation Week by highlighting committed and enthusiastic teachers from every one of our schools! Did you miss any of the profiles? See all five: [ READ MORE HERE ] And THANK YOU, TEACHERS!
The New York State Department of Health has released its flu guide for parents. Keep your children safe. Make sure they are vaccinated every fall or winter. Find clinics, test your "Flu IQ" and track flu activity
[ HERE ].
For even more information, please see the CDC seasonal flu guide
[ HERE ].
Under education law, parents and guardians of students may request the
final quality rating and composite effectiveness score for each teacher and
the principal of the school to which their child is assigned for the current
school year. Read the process to request APPR ratings and scores
[ HERE ]
Data from the 2012-13 school year at GFHS shows that
course failures and student tardiness are down after a year of starting
classes at 8:26 a.m. Read the Post Star article [