East Side News

Week of October 17, 2016

In honor and remembrance of Brennan Stevens, our Gouverneur School Community is wearing pink on Monday, October 17th.

ABC's of Student Success

Below are the ABC's of Student Success. Written by Addie Gaines, principal at Kirbyville (Missouri) Elementary School, these 26 mini-essays emphasize the important role that parents play in the achievement of your child in school.

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Our Grandparents' Breakfast Was A HUGE Success

Our Grandparents Breakfast was a huge success. Thank you all who helped out and a big shout out to our East Side PTO for sponsoring this event. Over 400 breakfasts were served each day to our kids and grandparents. Thank you to our food service providers who put together a delicious breakfast each day.
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Women of Vision come to East Side to Share School Supplies

The North Country Women of Vision chapter has selected East Side Elementary school to donate school supplies from Yoobi, who has partnered with World Vision, the lead organization of Women of Vision. Christine Palumbo, of Watertown, NY is the founding member of the North Country chapter and worked to get our school supplies from the organization. We were so thrilled and our kids just loved getting their light blue Yoobi tool bags. Thank you Christine and Sarah Campo, the Prevost family and our own Mrs. Ashcraft for bring this to our school!
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Our PreK and Kindergarten Curriculum Nights!

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What's Ahead

  • 10/19/2016: UPK Harvest Festival 6-7pm East Side Cafeteria
  • 10/24-28?2016 East Side Spirit Week 10/
  • 10/24/2016: Blue and Gold Day
  • 10/25/2016: Super Hero Day
  • 10/26/2016: Patriotic Day
  • 10/26/2016: PTO and Title I Meeting 6:30pm in Art Room
  • 10/27/2016: Favorite Jersey Day
  • 10?28/2016: Halloween Parade at 9:45am
  • 10/28/2016: Half Day for Students dismissal at 12:05pm

East Side Elementary School, Gouverneur, NY

East Side Elementary School is an exemplary school where we agree to place the welfare of students at the forefront of our decisions. In becoming a school of excellence, we always identify and implement new or enhanced initiatives in the area of curriculum and instruction, provide respectful and professional learning environments, develop and implement planning and support systems and increase faculty, parent and community partnerships.


We are a Responsive Classroom school, so our belief is that the social and emotional curriculum is just as important as the academic curriculum. We pride ourselves to "Delivering The Promise of A Brighter Future!"

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