234 Lincoln Street
Gloversville, NY 12078
Take I-90 to Exit 28 and go straight after passing toll booths.
Proceed to the Mohawk River, turn left and then continue to the bridge, cross the bridge and go down to the main street in Fonda, which is parallel to the train tracks and river.
Turn left, heading west.
Turn right at Stewarts, on to Route 30A North.
After several miles, after passing through the commercial section of Johnstown, turn left on to Route 29A which is also known as East Fulton Street.
Continue on Route 29A, passing through downtown Gloversville and exiting the city on what is now called West Fulton Street.
After leaving the city, look for the sign for Gloversville Middle School on the right.
Turn right, and continue up the hill to the Gloversville Middle School parking lot.
Take I-87 to Exit 12 toward Ballston Spa/Malta.
Take a sharp left (from I-87 N) onto Dunning Street/NY-67. Continue to follow NY-67
Turn Left onto CR-60/Brookline Road. Continue to follow CR-60.
Turn right onto CR-59/Middle Line Road.
Turn left onto Amsterdam Road/NY-67.
Turn right onto Sacandaga Road/NY-147.
Turn left onto NY-29.
Turn right onto NY-29A/Turkey Farm Road/CR-127. Continue to follow NY-29A.
Turn right onto Orchard Street.
Turn left onto Lincoln Street.
Directions to District Office and CSE
When you are in the Middle school parking lot, you will see a sidewalk that follows the road on the right side of the building. As you walk, you will see a sign that points to a small parking lot "District Offices."
Go in the first door - the District Office is the first door on your right.
Turn right - the CSE conference room is the last door on your right-and marked.
"Our mission is to challenge each student to reach his or her full potential through a quality education program. At Gloversville Middle School, all students will be given the opportunity to develop responsibility and to acquire knowledge and skills for lifelong success. Each student will be given the choices to build a strong self concept and learn to respect individual differences in an environment that is safe, orderly, positive, and student centered. By achieving this mission we will assist students in becoming productive citizens who value learning."
Five Promises of GMS Students:
1. Pledge your loyal cooperation to students and faculty
2. Practice Courtesy
3. Aim for higher ideals
4. Obey the school rules
5. Serve your fellow citizens
Ways to help your teen:
Eighth grade transitioning services
Transitioning out of middle school and into the high school represents a significant event in the lives of adolescents. The teachers, staff, administrators and counselors are on-hand to offer any help and guidance your child needs. Please don't hesitate to contact Miss Walag, 8th grade counselor, for any questions.
You may also find the GHS counseling page helpful.