The GFHS Parent-Teacher-Student Association is selling technology-approved
stickers for the Chromebooks. Students in grades 7-12 can order any one of
four sticker designs at $5 each. The order form can be downloaded
[ HERE ], and
orders will be picked up from the HS and MS main offices each Friday.
The fifth- and sixth-grade Activity Night that was scheduled for September
25th from 4-6 pm has been cancelled and rescheduled for October 16th.
Yearbooks are now on sale and can be purchased on line [ HERE ]. Order forms are also available outside the main office. Yearbooks cost $20, and checks should be made out to GF Middle School.
Congratulations to Glens Falls Middle School teacher Juliana Ogden for
being honored with the Post-Star‘s 2015 Twenty Under 40 award! The newspaper
honors people younger than 40 who have demonstrated success and dedication to
their careers, and who are role models in their trades or communities. The
honorees will be awarded at a luncheon Sept. 23 at the Great Escape Lodge.
Glens Falls students are starting the school year with new Lego Robotics
kits, digital cameras, a public address system for dances, and even some
stress-reduction yoga stretching, thanks to support from the GF Nation Fund, a
new 501(c)(3) group dedicated to supporting the extracurricular experience. [ MORE ]
Welcome to the 2015-16 school year, Middle School families! Look for your
family’s welcome packet arriving in your mailbox within the next few days. It
contains the PRINTED DISTRICT
CALENDAR, the Middle School’s new
MOBILE DEVICE USAGE POLICY,
and Mr. Reed’s WELCOME LETTER,
among other important information. The 5th Grade school supply list is
[ HERE ]. The list for
grades 6—8 is available
[ HERE ]. See you soon!
Megalodon, the prehistoric shark, has taken over the Glens Falls Middle
School cafeteria. It was "shark week" for the 6th and 7th-graders in the
middle school's summer jump-start program, designed to give students a boost
in their core subjects for an even more successful year, come September.
[ MORE ]
New York State Regent Beverly Ouderkirk and many other dignitaries helped
Glens Falls Middle School celebrate a prestigious accomplishment on
Thursday—re-designation, yet again, as an Essential Elements School to Watch.
Only 17 schools in New York State currently hold the honor, which is fewer
than one percent statewide. [ MORE ]
Middle School student spectators must be accompanied by a parent or other
adult at all games and athletic contests.
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 ]