Susan Swartz’s graduation speech

SUSAN SWARTZ ADDRESS TO THE CLASS OF 2017 JUNE 24, 2017 Good morning. Members of the Board of Education, Ms. Swain, Mr. Bednarek, Mr. Fyvie, Ms. Cioffi, members of Administrative Council, members of the Faculty, Honored Guests, Parents / Guardians, and Members of the Graduating Class of 2017: I welcome all of you to the …

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Margaret Scognamiglio’s graduation speech

MARGARET SCOGNAMIGLIO, “THE CLIMB” JUNE 24, 2017 Good morning, friends, family, faculty and staff. Take a breathe and relax – you did it. Today is the day we’ve been waiting for since our first day of kindergarten. So relax your shoulders and fill your lungs to their capacity, breathe out nice and slow Turn to …

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Aidan Chaffin’s graduation speech

JUNE 24, 2017 Aidan Chaffin delivered “The ‘Perfect’ Graduation Speech” during graduation ceremonies today. He was introduced by mathematics teacher Lynn Greene. Good morning and welcome to all the parents, faculty, staff, Mr. Bednarek, Mrs. Swartz and the Board of Education. And of course, congratulations to the graduating class of 2017. Look at where we are, graduation. …

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Congratulations to the Class of 2017!

Class of 2017 graduates at Proctor’s Theater in Schenectady Here’s the graduation program and awards from the ceremony. Looking out at his fellow 182 graduates in the Class of 2017 at Proctor’s Theater in Schenectady, senior speaker Aidan Chaffin spoke about the struggles faced by lobsters as they try to find their place in this …

Exit poll results available

Exit poll results available June 20, 2017 The results of the exit survey taken by 179 voters during the community vote on May 16 have been shared with the Board of Education. Check out the survey results here.

Glen-Worden students take a Walk Down Memory Lane

Fifth-grade students at Glen-Worden today (June 20) took a Walk Down Memory Lane, a walk that began in kindergarten for many of them. They revisited the Leprechaun Trap from kindergarten, Exquisite Creatures from grade 2, map projects with clay from grade 3 and the study of colonial America from grade 4. To remember first grade …

Camp Cardinal at Glendaal a fun time despite being held inside

The annual Camp Cardinal celebration was held inside today (June 19) because of threatening rain and thunderstorms. Despite that, Glendaal students made the most of it by squirming through the Jungle Path, getting refreshments at the Calm Cafe, partaking in Cardinal Yoga, working out during the “Feed Your Body” relay in the hallway, playing Be …

Turf Field program brings small crowd

SMALL CROWD HEARS ABOUT ARTIFICIAL TURF, FIELDS OPTIONS Crowd supports move toward artificial, synthetic field to replace current football field Athletic Director Jamie Rockhill opened the Fields Forum (June 15, 2017) with a short discussion outlining the process that led to the field study presented to the Board of Education in January and to the …

Remember to bring your thoughts and questions to the Fields Forum

REMINDER! Come talk to the Board of Education about Scotia-Glenville’s fields! The Board of Education will continue its discussion of the athletic fields and options to improve them during a meeting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 15 – tomorrow night – at the Middle School cafeteria.. Jamie Rockhill, S-G athletic director, and representatives from …