Congratulations to these three senior athletes who will continue their passions in college

Congratulations to three Scotia-Glenville senior athletes who will continue their passions in college. The three recently signed letters of intent to play at Division I schools beginning next fall. The students are: Hailey Finn will pursue women’s wrestling at Life University Juliana Geniti will pursue cross country/track at Stony Brook University Olivia Jack will pursue …

Do you know a child who is homeless?

Do you know a student in Scotia-Glenville who is experiencing homelessness? Do you know a student or family who is couchsurfing? They may be homeless, but there are resources available to help. Our school can help. Thanks to the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, children are entitled to continue their education in a public school setting …

Lincoln parade features Penguin, “bucket fillers”

Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Day Parade today featured the school’s mascot, a Penguin, as well as spreading  the good news and thoughts of the Lincoln “bucket fillers.” The parade was staged and organized by the grade 3 classes of Liz Fyvie, Anna Morlock and Bridget Sand.  The parade was hosted by grade 3 students Madeline Dievendorf and …

Congratulations to Olivia Jack for winning statewide swimming honors

Congratulations to Senior Olivia Jack, who swam for the Scotia-Glenville/Burnt Hills Ballston Lake, for her win in the girls’ swimming 100-yard breaststroke at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSA) state championships in Ithaca today. She completed the swim in 1:02.06. Read more and watch a video interview with Olivia in the Daily Gazette. …

Parents turn out for Sacandaga PTA Science Fair and Reflections Night

Family and friends turned out for the Sacandaga PTA’s Science Fair (Everything Under the Sun) and Reflections Night (Within Reach) tonight in the cafeteria. The 11 Science Fair projects ranged in challenging topics such as “how fossils are made” and “which bulbs grow the fastest” to “cracking eggs” and “cleaning coins.” Among the three students …