Grade 1 students put on a Valentine's performance for dozens of parents
Dozens of parents flocked to Lincoln's cafeteria today to hear their grade 1 students belt out a few tunes all around a Valentine's Day theme.
The students' teachers are Maureen Armstrong, Bridget Crowley and Kimberly Weiss.
Check out this link for photos and videos from today's performance. [Read MORE]
The votes are in: it's Hillary!
Students in Christy Ferri's grade 3 class sound like they're listening to mom and dad at home: "I don't like any of them!," "I'm not going to vote at all!" and "I'll never vote for her!"
Those were a few of the comments muttered today before their mock election in the presidential contest. After they voted, they folded them in half and paraded down to the red ballot box at the front door.
By the end of the day, the school-wide tally of 239 student votes was released:
Hillary Clinton: 133 votes - 55.7%
Donald Trump: 94 votes - 39.3%
Jill Stein: 6 votes - 2.5%
Gary Johnson: 6 votes - 2.5% [Read MORE]
Students' imaginations go wild in pumpkin decorating contest
The judging was done today - a difficult process to say the very least! They are Tyler Bareth in kindergarten for Wild Thing and Joceline Soto of fifth grade for Edward Tulane. Among staff, there was a tie between Tacky the Penguin (Sue Zeglen and Debbie LaFleche) and The Lorax (Elizabeth O’Neill).
Some of them wore glasses and a fireman's hat.
Some had spikes sticking out of them.
Others looked like a fish, a dog, a spooky cat or a rabbit.
One had a North Pole toy factory on top.
They come in every color imaginable - black, green, blue, yellow and the standard - orange.
These were just a few of the more than 50 entries in the Character Pumpkin Decorating Contest - in which students and staff let their imaginations run wild with the fruit of the season, pumpkins. [Read MORE]
Scotia-Glenville welcomes students back!
september 7, 2016
Check out pictures from today at each of the six school buildings. [Read MORE]
Students bring reading series to life by collecting items for children at Albany Med.
It’s easy to be selfish – to care only about yourself and not think about anybody else.
It takes a lot more effort to think beyond yourself and to others. What can I do help others? How can I give back to the community around me?
Grade 3 students at Lincoln, who are 8 and 9 years old, did a very adult thing after their reading series at school highlighted efforts about “how can I make a difference in my community.” [Read MORE]
Grade 3 students show off their knowledge and research at State Fair
Are there really more cows in Vermont than people? Delaware was the first state?
From Arkansas and Alabama to Wisconsin and Wyoming, grade 3 students knew the most unusual information about their designated state.
The students, whose teachers are Anna Morlock and Kathy Powers, studied their states and did the research. While many had not visited their state, most said they'd like to go there in the future. The special education co-teacher for both grade 3 classes is Dana Brockmann.
Today, they showed off their research.
Here is a link to a 50 state slideshow created by the students: Here is a link to a 50 state slideshow created by the students: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/141Nb4RpoQi8f3LFA20nMfuFZ-XL4-IkPM0N3t0Ppmb4/pub?start=true&loop=true&delayms=5000&slide=id.p
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.
Seven Odyssey of the Mind teams composed of 40 Scotia-Glenville students competed at the regional contest at Shenendehowa High School on Saturday, March 5; one high school team is headed to the state's competition on April 2 at Binghamton University.
The Odyssey of the Mind program teaches students how to think divergently by providing open-ended problems in a team setting. Embedded in the process are 21st Century Skills such as Creativity, Innovation and Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, Global Awareness, Interpersonal and Collaborative Skills, Self-Direction and Adaptability. [Read MORE]
Mia Cooper knew exactly what her Iroquois rain stick was supposed to do: "They shook them really hard so plants would grow and they would have food."
Mia's two-foot-high, bright-colored rain stick, made from a combination of duct tape, cans, rice and macaroni, was among the two dozen displays at the Iroquois Museum in James Saburro's grade 4 classroom today as parents, grandparents and friends flocked to see the students' work.
Student in James Krogh's social studies classes will have their museum displays on Friday, March 4. Speech/language therapist Anne Ashcraft assists in both classrooms. [Read MORE]
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.