Kids Giving to Kids at Glen-Worden makes the holiday brighter for children at the City Mission

Glen-Worden students and staff exhibited the true meaning of the holidays – they collected toys for needy children who they will probably never meet. In lieu of giving a gift to their teachers, students were asked to bring in a gift that would be donated to needy children at the City Mission in Schenectady. Students …

Eight Glendaal students attend Fuel Up to Play 60 forum

Eight Glendaal students joined hundreds of other students from the Capital Region at a forum to plan strategies in the Fuel Up to Play 60 program at a forum held at the Afrim’s Sports Dome in Latham. These students, Fuel Up to Play 60 student representatives, attended the event: Grade 4: Kemper Elston, Elizabeth LaPoint, Katie …

Science lesson focuses on Gingerbread Men

Melissa Peterson‘s kindergarten class was overrun with Gingerbread Men late last week, as students used them to perform a science experiment. Each student was given a gingerbread cookie. They first drew a picture of it and then made predictions about what it would look like once it was dunked in water. Students recorded the outcomes …

Grade 2 students bring holiday cheer to Glen-Worden

Valerie Eagan‘s grade 2 students brought a little bit of Christmas to Glen-Worden today with two play performances – “Santa’s Healthy Christmas” and “The Littlest Elf” – complete with Santa, Mrs. Claus and a cast of elves for the entire school. The class started practicing for the plays in October. “Santa’s Healthy Christmas” was about …

Meeting to discuss bullying to be held  Dec. 14 and 15 at S-G Middle School

Presentation PowerPoint for Dec. 14 and 15 meetings In response to parents who have asked to share their concerns about bullying in school, Superintendent Susan Swartz and the high school administration will meet with parents at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, December 14 AND at  7 p.m. on Thursday, December 15. Both will be held in the Middle School auditorium. …

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Final lead in water testing results from the MS and HS show no drinking fountains exceeded the state standard

UPDATE: NOVEMBER 1, 2017 All kitchen sinks have been determined to have lead water levels within the state standards. Up to this point, there were faucets in each kitchen that could not be used for drinking water. Other sources that tested high on the lead tests last year, such as classroom sink faucets, are either …