Mark McCarthy, Principal
30 Worden Road
Scotia, NY 12302
347-3600 EXT. 21100
8:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
Dignity for All Students Act coordinators: Mark McCarthy and Nichole Mitchell
Frances Brown, along with her husband Lyle, run the well-known Brown's Family Stand near Exit 25 in Rotterdam on a third generation family farm. They are known for their sweet corn, tomatoes and cucumbers.
As part of the Agriculture in the Classroom, through the Farm Bureau and Cornell Cooperative Extension, Frances Brown talked to students about her family's farm and farming in general in Schenectady.
She read a story to students in Laura O'Keefe's and Val Eagan's grade 2 classrooms today. [Read MORE]
The nearly 50 fifth-graders at Glen-Worden pulled up their sleeves and got into serving breakfast to the dozens of residents at the City Mission.Click on the image to enlarge it.
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Camp Invention to be held July 10-14 at O'Rourke MS in Burnt Hills for students in kindergarten to grade 6
march 22, 2017
The weeklong summer adventure offers lessons that explore connections between science, technology, engineering and innovation.
Children will work together to seek solutions to real-world problems and sharpen critical 21st century learning skills while rotating through several fascinating modules. [Read MORE]
S-G, Union basketball players help GW students kick off March Madness reading
READING IS SUPERB. Students held up those words and led the entire student body in a chant of the three words at the beginning of today's pep rally kicking off the March Madness Reading Contest.
"The way to get really good at a skill is to practice it," Diane Skibinski, speech pathologist at the school, told the group. As students read this month, their progress will be logged on a chart outside the main office, said Maureen Palleschi, library media specialist.
Glen-Worden students started the program with a visit from basketball players from Scotia-Glenville and from Union College. [Read MORE]
Families and staff raise nearly $1,600 for Ronald McDonald House in Albany
Glen-Worden families and staff raised
nearly $1,600 during a reading challenge to benefit the Ronald
House in Albany.
Students collected pledges from family and friends to challenge them read more as part of the challenge.
Southpaw, the mascot of the Valley Cats, also visited grade 1 and 2 classrooms to read with students last month to promote the effort and get students excited about reading.
Reading SpecialistsKate Cartier and Debra Passino spearheaded the initiative.
Click on the images above to enlarge the photos.Second-graders at Glen-Worden celebrate 100
100 can be a foreign number to a second-grader, who is all of 7 or 8 years old.
Students inValerie Eagan’s class at Glen-Worden brought in 100 of the same object – 100 rubber bands, 100 pompoms, 100 pennies, 100 straws – all to celebrate the 100th day of school last Wednesday, February 15. They shared their creations with other classes in the building, who did a “museum walk”
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PTA Bingo Night a success!
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! [Read MORE]
Realistic-looking beehive adorns tree mural in Library Media Center
January 3, 2017
teachers Adrienne Hall and Jessica Macherone, with the help of
retirees Kathy Krogh and Mia Svec from the Baptist Retirement
Center, designed and painted a beehive that comes out of the
tree mural in the LMC.
December 16, 2016
Glen-Worden students and staff exhibited
the true meaning of the holidays – they collected toys for needy
children who they will probably never meet.
In lieu of giving a gift to their teachers, students were asked to bring in a gift that would be donated to needy children at the City Mission in Schenectady. Students also decorated a paper ornament and give it to their teachers to them know that a gift had been donated in their honor.
Grade 4 teacher Monica Allin is photographed with two of her students, Mackenzie and Morgan Westbrook. Her grade 4 students helped load the gifts into the car to be taken to the City Mission. Besides Allin, staff members Laura Hoskin, Marian Boorn, and Rachel Delgado also worked on the Kids Giving to Kids program.
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Grade 2 students bring holiday cheer
Valerie Eagan's grade 2 students brought a little bit of Christmas to Glen-Worden today with two play performances - "Santa's Healthy Christmas" and "The Littlest Elf" - complete with Santa, Mrs. Claus and a cast of elves for the entire school.
"Santa's Healthy Christmas" was about Santa staying healthy and keeping fit and perhaps children leaving him fruits and vegetables Christmas eve instead of cookies. "The Littlest Elf" was about how it is OK to be different. During the play, the littlest elf felt sad because she couldn't help Santa like the other elves could; however, in the end, the littlest elf was the only one able to fit down the chimney to deliver the presents for Santa. She felt better that she could finally do something to help! [Read MORE]
More than 125 people turn out to "Walk for the Hive" to benefit the Glen-Worden PTA
The "Walk for the Hive" around the high school track raised $1,190 for the PTA to sponsor events and programs at the school.
A total of 38 families (116 people) and 13 staff and teachers participated in the one-mile trek around the track. The group warmed up with Yoga exercises. [Read MORE]
Scotia-Glenville welcomes students back!
september 7, 2016
Check out pictures from today at each of the six school buildings. [Read MORE]
Free summer lunch program to be held
June 27-Sept. 2 at Collins Park in Scotia
May 23, 2016
Once again this summer, free lunches will be served at Collins Park in Scotia every weekday (except July 4) for anyone under age 18. Lunch is served from 11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The lunches are sponsored by the Schenectady Inner City Ministry (SICM). Download the flyer by clicking on the image above.
Oliver Twist lived a tough life in the late 1830s England - being orphaned, forced into a life of crime and not wanted by anybody until he found his savior in his lost relative, Mr. Brownlow.
Thanks goodness, the 37 students who performed today's dress rehearsal of Oliver Twist have not had such difficult lives and live in relative prosperity in Glenville compared to the streets of London more than 180 years ago.
The students will perform Oliver Twist at 7 p.m. tonight and at 2 p.m. tomorrow, Saturday, March 19, in the cafeteria at the school, Worden Road.
This is the first play at the school in several years. Diane Skibinski, speech language therapist, and Mary Radom, grade 3 teacher, worked with the students over the past several weeks. [Read MORE and check out videos]Click on the image below to watch videos from Friday's and Saturday's performances Oliver Twist
Be sure your son or daughter keeps their minds active over the summer.
Camp Invention will be offered at Pashley Elementary School, 30 Pashley Road Glenville, NY 12302. The cost is $220 for the week, unless you register by March 21 to save $25. It is open to studentsentering grades 1-6.
Camp Invention will run from July 11-15 from 9 am to 3:30 pm.
The Camp Invention program is a week-long summer enrichment program that partners with schools across the country to reinforce the traditional school year with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) concepts through inquiry-based, hands-on engagement. [Read MORE]
Responsive Classroom is being used at all Scotia-Glenville elementary schools. Find out more about it here, including a video developed at Glen-Worden.
Save your Box Tops for Education labels, Campbell's Soup Labels for Education, and also small printer cartridges for Glen-Worden fundraisers.