Congratulations to the girls’ varsity soccer team!

Congratulations to the varsity girls soccer team for their section 2 championship they defeated Mohonason Rotterdam 2 to 0 to claim the title. They are facing Jamesville-Dewitt at Stillwater High School at 7 p.m. tonight for the 2017 NYSPHSAA Girls Soccer Championships – Class A tournament. Good luck, girls!

Help the MS PTA while filling up on an all-you-can-eat pizza buffet at Carm’s on Nov. 5!

We hope you can join the Middle School PTA for our Fall Fundraiser at Carm’s Restaurant on Sunday, November 5th between 12-4 pm for an all you can eat pizza buffet which includes salad, beverage and dessert! Presale tickets are $8 per person. Tickets available at the door for $12. The order form will be distributed in …

The Scotia-Glenville All Sports Booster Club and The Varsity Club Holiday Craft Fair will be on Sunday, December 3

This year, Scotia-Glenville All Sports Booster Club and The Varsity Club will be hosting the annual Holiday Craft Fair at the High School on Sunday, December 3, 2017- from 10 am until 3 pm. This show has been held annually for over 25 years with approximately 100 crafters. The fair will continue to be held …

State tax rebates are on their way this fall

The checks are in the mail. Eligible homeowners in New York state are seeing checks in the mail this fall under two initiatives related to the School Tax Relief Program: the STAR credit and the Property Tax Relief Credit. Any STAR-eligible homeowners who paid property taxes for the first time in 2016 or 2017 will …

The Board of Education adopts goals for the 2017-18 school year

The Board of Education unanimously adopted two goals for the 2017-18 school year this evening. The goals are:   1. The Board of Education, in conjunction with the Superintendent and Business Manager, will develop and present a building project to the community that will be included in the May 2018 vote. 2. The Board of …

Capital project moving forward; BOE needs to trim proposal

Superintendent Susan Swartz continued the discussion of a potential capital project last night to the Board of Education and showed an outline that she admits was about $10 million more than the district should consider on May 16. Here’s the presentation she made at the meeting. The plan, which reflects what the BOE had been discussing …

Scotia-Glenville is in need of substitute bus drivers!

Just as in most area school districts, Scotia-Glenville is in dire need of substitute school bus drivers. A commercial driver license (CDL) license is required as well as a physical, finger print check, behind the wheel road test and a physical performance test, all requirements of state law. Substitute drivers must also be approved by …

Eight S-G student delegates attend Athlete Leadership Summit

Eight Scotia-Glenville student delegates attended the Athlete Leadership Summit at Fulton-Montgomery Community College today. They worked on strategies to improve the athletic programs at S-G. Pictured at top left are: (Front Row) Lauren Zeglen and Chris Aldi (Back Row) Robert Barrera, Cole Holstein, Dante Coppola, Kelly Mayette, Emma Schaub and Rhaymi Porter At bottom is a photo of Anthony Paige, the …