Friday, November 19th is the Capital Project vote which will be held in the District Office next to the Middle School from 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM! For more info, please visit norwichcsd.org and click on 2021 Capital Project!
22 days ago, Brian Bartlett
Sitework
Stop down and see us at the Career Expo @SUNY Morrisville campus, Conkey Ave. #gopurple!
23 days ago, Scott Ryan
work @Norwich CSD
Please remember that Friday, November 19th is the NCSD Capital Project vote which will be held in the District Office next to the Middle School from 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM! For more info, please visit norwichcsd.org and click on 2021 Capital Project!
24 days ago, Scott Ryan
Aligning Facilities with Vision!
A beautiful start to a great day of learning at Gibson!
28 days ago, Alysa Law-Shearer
This month in Pre-K, students are working hard on learning the letters and sounds in their names! We have learned how to build, spell, and listen to all of the sounds in our names as well as in our friends' names!
28 days ago, Mrs. Wenzel
Learning letters and sounds in Pre-K!
Learning letters and sounds in Pre-K!
Learning letters and sounds in Pre-K!
Learning letters and sounds in Pre-K!
We are so incredibly proud of these two! Malaki (244 hours) and Kaylee (174 hours) logged over 10,000 minutes with LPP last year and were recognized by the Norwich Rotary Club for their amazing accomplishment! A huge thank you to the LPP and Norwich Rotary!
28 days ago, Sean Wood
Middle school recipient Kaylee and our Student Success Coordinator Mr. Vanderslice
Norwich Rotary and LPP Director Mrs. Giglio presenting the awards
Mr. Stoddard, Malaki, and Mrs. Fox from the CARE program.
The 2021 yearbook for seniors is being printed as we speak, with expected delivery at Thanksgiving time. We appreciate your patience as we persisted at getting to a robust final product for students and families.
29 days ago, Jessica Poyer
yearbook
This Friday is Picture Retake/Make-up Day at the Middle School! Students who missed Picture Day in October should plan to get their picture taken. Any others who were not happy with their original picture should bring their picture packet with them to give to the photographer. Order forms are available in the office or you can order online. Call the office with any questions! 607-334-1600 x2000
29 days ago, Cynthia Wier, MS Office
NMS LifeTouch Retake Day Info
Mrs. Pacilio's Pickles looked absolutely royal for the Gibson Halloween parade!
29 days ago, Michele J Pacilio
Mrs. Pacilio's kindergarten Halloween picture
The annual YMCA Halloween Parade was great fun! Thank you to all those who came to support Gibson Primary.
29 days ago, Andrea J MacIntosh
2021 YMCA Halloween Parade. Gibson Primary captures 1st place!!
Assemblyman Angelino and Assemblyman Salka visited the CARE Program. They learned about Project Based Learning and participated in a taking circle, part of our restorative practices. They answered student generated questions and offered advice about engaging in a debate.
about 1 month ago, Kristin M Fox
assemblymen visit
Pictured here is Sania Branch, 5th grader. She’s our top seller in our Cherrydale fundraiser! She received a $50 Target gift card! Way to go, Sania!
about 1 month ago, Michelle Osterhoudt
Top Seller!
REMINDER: Monday, November 1st is a 2-hr Delay for MS & HS! AM BOCES students should arrive at regular time to ride the bus to BOCES. For all other students, the doors will open at 10:00 a.m. with 1st bell classes starting at 10:15 a.m.
about 1 month ago, Cynthia Wier, MS Office
2-hr delay on 110121
Perry Browne students and families came out in support of The Norwich YMCA Parade! What fun!
about 1 month ago, Michelle Osterhoudt
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Thank you, Mr. Revoir!
Perry Browne representing!
During the month of October, Ms. Pizzuto, School Counselor, visited each classroom in Perry Browne and read books with students about Respect. Students engaged in very interesting discussions about how they can show respect to others every single day!
about 1 month ago, Michelle Osterhoudt
Ms. Pizzuto
Norwich teachers studied student narrative writing along a vertical progression and recorded how skills build.
about 1 month ago, Jessica Poyer
writing teachers
writing teachers
writing teachers
Brain breaks to move and wiggle are always a good idea in kindergarten!
about 1 month ago, Jaclyn E Lund
brain breaks are always a good idea!
Gibson School's therapists are using Clear Masks to help students!
about 1 month ago, Andrea J MacIntosh
Stanford Gibson Primary School...Home of the Little Twisters!  It is important for children to have access to see-through masks so they can learn the necessary sound skills (e.g. phonological/phonemic awareness), which are required as pre-requisite skills for speaking, reading and writing. The clear masks will help teachers to show their mouths and communicate more effectively with one another. Our teachers also need an appropriate way to communicate their emotions to one another especially our youngest children, including even the smaller subset of our students who may be experiencing known or unknown hearing loss, speech and language delays or disorders and those students struggling to understand/use appropriate social emotional skills
Perry Browne Students in Ms. Alston’s Art Class have created some cool art! Check out this awesome lesson on making an imitation x-ray and the human hand. Did you know that our hands have 27 bones?
about 1 month ago, Michelle Osterhoudt
X-Ray Art
Cool!
Student agency is sky high in Writing Workshop!
about 1 month ago, Jessica Poyer
student writers
student writers