Tag Archives: Granville Elementary School

New case of MRSA found

MRSA case at elementary school       Granville school officials announced the discovery, during the February break, of a case of methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA, identified in a student who attends Granville Elementary School. Superintendent Mark Bessen said the district was notified Monday, Feb. 21 a student received medical treatment for the infection […]

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PTA Science and Art Fair set for April 14

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19th Annual Granville PTA Science and Art Fair Have you ever wondered how a honeybee makes honey or how one would wire a lighthouse?  Can you tell the difference between animal DNA and human DNA?  These are just a few of the projects that have been displayed in the past at the Granville PTA Science […]

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It’s time for Math-a-thon

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It’s Math-a-thon time of the year!  Granville Elementary School students recently gathered in an assembly to learn how they can sharpen their math skills and help very sick children.  More than 54 percent of the students at GES have chosen to participate in this fundraiser.  GES is no stranger to this program.  Students and teachers […]

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Granville sixth graders perform at Civic Center

Students from the Granville Elementary School sixth grade chorus performed at the Adirondack Phantoms hockey game on Friday, Jan. 28, at the Glens Falls Civic Center as part of Granville Night. Students opened the game singing the “Star Spangled Banner” under the direction of Brent Tuttle, right on center ice. Back row, from left: Abbie Najjar, Marissa Farr, Jamie Dunbar, Erin Severance, and Scott Bogart. Front row, from left: Erica Hardwood, Jamie Beaty, Rachel Bartholomew, Avery Roberts, Seara Granger, and Marissa Martelle.

Students from the Granville Elementary School sixth grade chorus performed at the Adirondack Phantoms hockey game on Friday, Jan. 28, at the Glens Falls Civic Center as part of Granville Night. Students opened the game singing the “Star Spangled Banner” under the direction of Brent Tuttle, right on center ice. Back row, from left: Abbie […]

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Welcome Back Mrs. Arquette

Teachers and staff at Granville Elementary School show thier support for sixth grade teacher Carrie Arquette, center in the front row, in her battle against breast cancer. Monday was Arquette;s first day back on the job at the school and she was greeted by a seas of pink t-shirts bearing the words: "Believe - Hope, Strength, Courage."

Teachers and staff at Granville Elementary School show thier support for sixth grade teacher Carrie Arquette, center in the front row, in her battle against breast cancer. Monday was Arquette;s first day back on the job at the school and she was greeted by a seas of pink t-shirts bearing the words: “Believe – Hope, […]

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Student photos draw attention

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Granville student’s work displayed at NYC convention

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Sunday a day to celebrate cars

Annual auto show Aug. 26 For area car buffs, the big day is Sunday, Sept. 26, as the 24th annual Autumn Leaves Car Show returns to Granville. Admission is $3 per person with children under 15 free. Show car entries are $15 each and include two admissions to the show. Registration for vehicles begins at […]

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Event 67 years in the making Saturday

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  Large crowds are anticipated to flock to Granville Saturday as the newly restored and completely functional World War II Veterans Memorial Clock is revealed. The event will kick off with a parade and conclude with the unveiling of the clock. Clock committee chair Rick Roberts said he wanted to clarify that while invitations have […]

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Many Surprises Await Returning Students

‘New’ school year Regardless of where you matriculate within the Granville School District this school year, a few surprises await returning students as classes begin Sept. 8. (more…)

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Granville celebrates the fourth

Celebrate the Fourth early in Granville Granville residents will gather Thursday night, July 1, to celebrate America’s birthday just a bit early with food, fun and fireworks. (more…)

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Torres fired, other coaches resign

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By Krystle S. Morey An incident involving a cover-up of Granville football players smoking marijuana on school property has led […]

Sasquatch calling festival Saturday

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By Dan King You’ve heard of hog-calling contests at county fairs, but Whitehallers will be calling a much more exotic […]

Bessen to retire in January

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By Krystle S. Morey After more than 35 years as an educator, Mark Bessen has decided to put down his […]

Old church closes doors

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By Dan King A small congregation of Presbyterians is currently without a full-time home. The First Presbyterian Church of Whitehall […]

Zumba event to benefit local girl

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By Krystle S. Morey Like any other 9-year-old, Shaylah Shattuck loves reading books and listening to music, especially “Shoop” by […]

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