Board of Education appoints new GF leaders in several positions

New leaders for Glens Falls High School have been put in place to start July 1st, after the Board of Education made several appointments at the May 23, 2022 special meeting.  Kevin Warren will become the next principal of Glens Falls High School. Mr. Warren is currently principal of Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville Jr/Sr. High School, having …

School calendar for 2022-23

The district’s 2022-23 basic calendar of school session days is available HERE. The printed district calendar, including events, meetings, and other activities, will be available in late August for school community members.

GFHS Theatre Ensemble’s HONK! wins Best Musical in HSMTAs

Glens Falls High School’s cast and crew of “HONK!” won Best Musical Tier B in the 2022 High School Musical Theatre Awards, held at Proctor’s in Schenectady last weekend!  Sophomore Natalia Steves, who played Grace in the show, said in her acceptance speech that she’s “ecstatic to be able to accept this award on behalf …

Glens Falls residents vote “Yes” on the 2022-23 school budget

Glens Falls residents vote “Yes” on the 2022-23 school budget Levin, Rivers, Rath to serve on Board of Education May 17, 2022 — Glens Falls City School District residents approved the 2022-23 school budget today by a margin of 569 “yes” votes to 193 “no” votes – a 75 percent approval rate. The $50.5 million …

School budget proposal for 2022-23: Vote May 17th

The public hearing on the 2022-23 school budget proposal was live-streamed for members of the community.  The meeting began at 6 p.m. and can be viewed below. See the budget development page for more on the proposed 2022-23 school budget.  

Board of Education May 9 regular meeting live stream

The Board of Education’s May 9th regular meeting was live-streamed for members of the community.  The meeting began at 7 p.m. and can be viewed  below. Agendas and minutes from all Board of Education meetings can be found HERE.  

Growing Glens Falls’ promising model of inclusion classrooms

“The best thing about teaching an inclusive class is seeing acceptance firsthand,” says Jackson Heights kindergarten teacher Jessica Elder. “Kindergartners are so genuine and will make friends with anyone, so it is really wonderful to see all of our students playing together.”  Fourth-grade teacher Amanda Burt at Big Cross agrees. “What’s great about inclusion is …

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