board of education - 2017-18

Board of Education member Term expires
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David J. Bucciferro, President
Email: DBucciferro@sgcsd.net
Telephone: 518-372-7299

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Thomas R. Beauchamp, Vice President
Email: TBeauchamp@sgcsd.net
Telephone: 518-381-8919

2018

Colleen R. Benedetto

Email: CBenedetto@sgcsd.net
Telephone: 518-372-6061
2019

Pamela S. Carbone
Email: PCarbone@sgcsd.net
Telephone: 518-346-3535
2020

Daniel P. Feinberg

Email: DFeinberg@sgcsd.net
Telephone: 518-810-1511
2019

Gary T. Normington

Email: GNormington@sgcsd.net
Telephone: 518-374-3398
2018

William J. Pytlovany

Email: BPytlovany@sgcsd.net
Telephone: 518-573-1791
2020

 

School District Officers

Roberta DeLong, District Clerk, Telephone: 347-3600 EXT. 73102

Colleen DiCaprio, District Treasurer, Telephone: 347-3600 EXT. 73111

 

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The 2016-17 Scotia-Glenville Board of Education

BACK ROW:
from left, board members William Pytlovany, Colleen Benedetto,
Gary Normington
and Daniel Feinberg

FRONT ROW: from left, board member Pamela Carbone, Thomas Beauchamp, Vice President;
and David Bucciferro, President

 

Click on the photo to enlarge it.

 

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Board of Education District Policies

The Board of Education adopts and revises school district policies throughout the year. They are available here in the Adobe PDF format for review and printing.  [MORE] PDF

 

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18 retirees, six students recognized by the Board of Education

Staff photoJune 12, 2017

The Board of Education recognized retiring staff members and member of the Class of 2017 with special achievements during a ceremony tonight.

The staff members count 429.5 of experience between them! Congratulations on your retirement! You will all be missed!! [Read MORE] camera link icon

 

 

Board of Education race on May 16 is a chance to give back to your school district and to your community

 

february 8, 2017

Want to help shape the futures of more than 2,700 young people? Want to help your school district maneuver through the annual budget struggles that are facing all school districts?

The seats held by Board of Education president David J. Bucciferro and board members Pamela S. Carbone and William J. Pytlovany are up for re-election on May 16. They have not indicated if they will seek re-election. [Read MORE and download the nomination packet]

 

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Scotia-Glenville adheres to the Freedom of Information and Open Meetings laws

The Freedom of Information Law, effective January 1, 1978, reaffirms your right to know how your government operates. It provides rights of access to records reflective of governmental decisions and policies that affect the lives of every New Yorker. Here's an easy-to-read brochure about the laws from the Committee on Open Government. Find out more about Scotia-Glenville's procedures involving the laws.

 

February 10, 2012

In accordance with recent changes to the state Open Meetings Law, supplemental files to Board of Education meeting agendas will be posted in advance of each meeting. They will be accessible by clicking on the highlighted links on the posted agendas.

The revisions to the Open Meetings Law address two types of records that are “scheduled to be the subject of a discussion” during an open meeting. :

Those that are required to be made available pursuant to the Freedom of Information Law; and

Proposed resolutions, law, rules, regulations, policies or amendments thereto.

When either type of document is scheduled to be discussed during an open meeting, the law requires that they be made available to the public, to the extent practicable, either prior to or at the meeting. A school district or government body may either make copies available at the meeting for a fee, typically 25 cents per page, or may post them on the agency's maintained website prior to the meeting.

The Scotia-Glenville Central School District agrees with the Committee on Open Government that "through the disclosure of records scheduled to be discussed during open meetings, the public can gain the ability to better understand and appreciate the issues faced by government."

Here is a link about the changes: http://www.dos.state.ny.us/coog/RecordsDiscussedatMeetings.html

Here is the entire Open Meetings Law: http://www.dos.ny.gov/coog/openmeetlaw.html

 

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Board of Education adopts goals for the 2015-16 school year

The Board of Education of the Scotia-Glenville Central School District will endeavor to:

1. Continue to establish and implement a prioritized schedule of revisions and continuously review board policies with the goal of reviewing all policies every five years.

2. Continue to evaluate and implement methodologies to increase public participation and community input into the district’s processes. Methodologies could include, but are not limited to, holding forums, conducting surveys, and other strategies as determined by the Board of Education.

3. Coordinate with administrative staff in the development of long-term goals.

4. Work cooperatively with district leadership, employees, district students, and the community to consider strategies and opportunities to reduce district costs, including the evaluation of the school structure and potential partnerships.

5. Work cooperatively with district leadership to explore opportunities to integrate the CCLS in ways that inform the Scotia-Glenville community about what the CCLS encompass and their development.

6. Participate in state and federal level activities aimed towards revision of school funding strategies and formulas.

Download a copy of the 2015-16 goals (PDF)

 

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Board of Education recognizes retiring staff members and outstanding students

Staff membersStudent photojune 13, 2016

The Board of Education this evening honored nine staff retiring staff members (who have 209 years of experience between them).

Read what Board of Education members said about these staff members (PDF).

In addition, board members recognized six outstanding students during a special ceremony.

Read what Board of Education members said about these students (PDF).

Click on the photos to enlarge them. [Read MORE] camera link icon

 

 

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The Board of Education meets twice monthly, typically the second and fourth Monday evenings, at 7 p.m.

Here is the meeting brochure that details how meetings are run and is available at each Board of Education meeting. (PDF).

 

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Archived agendas and minutes

Current school year

2015-16 school year

2014-15 school year

2013-14 school year

 

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