Gouverneur Elementary School News

Week of March 4, 2019

Check out the PARP calendar and activities for the month of March below.

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Check out some of these 100 Days of School Photos

Congratulation to our GES Odyssey of the Mind teams and coaches Saturday in Watertown. Two of our teams are moving on to the NY State competition. Congratulations to our Division 1 teams coached by Rachel Curry, Laura Spicer, Amy Catts and Jenna Tarkowski! Thank you to our primary coaches, Tecia Tarkowski and Stephanie Plaisted. Thank you to all our coaches for giving your time to our students to have this opportunity! We are blessed!

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UPK and Kindergarten Registration Happening Now. Check below!

The district is now accepting pre-registration of UPK and Kindergarten students for the 2019-2020 school year. UPK children must be four on or before December 1, 2019. Kindergarten children must be five on or before December 1, 2019. Pre-register by clicking the Enrollment Page linked below. Please pre-register by February 15, 2019.


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What's Ahead

  • 3/5: K-Kids Meeting in the Library 3:45-4:45
  • 3/6: PAC Meeting, 7:30am, GES Library
  • 3/8: DEAR Day 9:15a.m. - 10:00a.m.
  • 3/11: Bear-a-thon
  • 3/12: Bear-a-thon
  • 3/13: BSDMT meeting, Library 7:30a.m.
  • 3/13: Open House 5:30p.m.-7 pm
  • 3/19: K-Kids Meeting in the Library 3:45-4:45p.m.
  • 3/20: UPK Informational Meeting 6:00p.m. in GES Library
  • 3/20: PTO 6:30 p.m.
  • 3/21: Down Syndrome Awareness: Mismatch Socks Day
  • 3/22: Staff Development Day 1/2 Day for Students

Please check the district calendar for other events by visiting the GCSD website or by clicking here.

Gouverneur Elementary Pledge

I pledge to make Gouverneur Elementary a safe and happy place.

I will be respectful, responsible and honest.

I will treat others the way I want to be treated, with gold and blue shining through.

Gouverneur Elementary School, Gouverneur, NY

Gouverneur 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!"

Please visit our webiste and our PTO Facebook page!