Grade 4 students at Sacandaga to participate in Nation’s Report Card in March

JANUARY 30, 2017 Three grade 4 classrooms at Sacandaga Elementary will be part of the Nation’s Report Card – they have been selected to take National Assessment of Educational Progress, also known as NAEP, national standardized tests in March. Their results will be combined with classrooms across the state and nation to give political and …

Two Scotia-Glenville science research students earn medals at regional competition.

JANUARY 28, 2017 Congtratulations to the three Scotia-Glenville students presented their senior research at the 16th annual Junior Science and Humanities Sub-Regional Symposium at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School today. Briana Fitzgerald, Libby Hanlon and Vini Silva presented their research. They have done this research through the high school’s Science Research class, taught by Christopher Judd. The three-year class …

You better close never mind the money it’s about safety

RESPONSE: Thanks for your comment. Schools are closed today because of the weather. Regents exams are postponed until tomorrow. However, YOU are the parents. The school district is not your child’s parent. If you feel that conditions outside are unsafe in your neighborhood or on your road  – despite what the school district may determine …

Why is there school when there is clearly a lot of snow on the ground for walkers who have to walk to school should be sent a bus because how are we suppose to walk to school when there over 2 feet of snow and it’s still snowing and we’re suppose to walk that’s not fair

RESPONSE: Thanks for your comment. Please read the answer below: if you are a parent, it is your responsibility to cancel school on behalf of your child if you feel conditions are unsafe. Not sure where you live, but this area has not received two feet of snow ALL YEAR, so I don’t think there …

Glen-Worden PTA Bingo Night a Success!

JANUARY 20, 2017 The PTA’s Bingo Night was a success this evening – roughly 200 parents and children attended. There were raffle baskets donated by the families to raise money for PTA programs as well. Everybody was a winner at this event! Here are a few photos from the event. Click on the image to enlarge …

Founder’s Day deadline for tickets extended!

PTA Founder’s Day dinner Tuesday, February 7 at 6 p.m. River Stone Manor Please join us to honor the following individuals who devote so much to the children of our schools: Glendaal: Jeanne McLaughlin and Betsy Williams Glen Worden: Christine Lemp and Ashlye Cheely Lincoln: John Ritter and Ed Dorries Sacandaga: Mindy Kinney and Brendan Swider Middle School: Mike Nichter and Rick Matthews High School: Tracy Beck and Lynn Greene PTA Council: Doreen Wright and Sarah …

S-G staff raises money and collects winter items for the City Mission

During last Friday’s Superintendent’s Conference Day, the professional development committee organized a Give Back with City Mission fund-raiser. Teachers, administration and support staff donated warm clothes and $307 for City Mission. In this photo, from left, teachers Lisa Coppola and Trish Roeser display some of the warm winter clothing donated by S-G staff for the City Mission. Click …

Spanish Club students create some “deadly” artwork

Students in the Spanish Club, with the help of the Art in Mind Creative Wellness Studio, created some real “deadly” masterpieces today. The students painted original Day of the Dead skulls and discussed the traditional Mexican holiday that begins on Halloween. The Art in Mind Creative Wellness Studio in Glenville provided the canvases and paint for the …

Is there a 2 hour delay today 1/11/17

RESPONSE: Thanks for your comment. No, there was not a two-hour delay today. Had there been, it would have been posted on the ScotiaGlenvilleSchools.org website, Scotia-Glenville Facebook page and the school district would have sent out a Blackboard Connect message to everyone.