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Annie Jr. to be performed by MS Drama Club on April 7 and 8 at MS auditorium
March 27, 2017
Tickets are: Adults, $8; Students/Seniors,
$5 ; and children under age 3 are free. Tickets will be available at the door; doors open one hour
before each performance.
; and children under age 3 are free.
Tickets will be available at the door; doors open one hour before each performance.
For the hearing impaired, interpreters will be at all three performances.
Redhead little orphan Annie charms everyone's hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City.
Annie is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of an orphanage run by the cruel Miss Hannigan.
Annie eventually foils Miss Hannigan's evil machinations, finding a new home and family in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy.
March 29, 2017
Sick children in hospitals up and down the Hudson Valley will benefit from the efforts of Scotia-Glenville’s FCCLA chapter and S-G middle school and high school students.
The students in FCCLA, short for Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, and students in the high school child development class, members of the middle school Makerspace club and members of the Scoville Home Bureau designed and created 19 super hero capes for sick children.
Scotia-Glenville's super hero capes were among the 93 delivered to the FCCLA state Leadership Meeting in Owego last week (March 22-24) for the hospital program. [Read MORE]
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]
Grade 6 students Read for the Mission to raise money and donations for the City Mission
The Middle School gym was a hopping place tonight - 31 grade 6 students showed up to read for more than 80 minutes, raising $216 and several toiletry donations for the Schenectady City Mission.
Once again, the Reading for the Mission evening was a success!
Plus the night of heavy-duty reading was broken up by make your own sundaes from Stewart's and a prize raffle. [Read MORE]
Both Middle School teams place at the regional Science Bowl at GE
The two middle school teams competing at the Capital District Science Bowl which took place at GE Global Research Center on Saturday did very well.
Team 1 came in 3rd place in the car race competition (earning individual medals and a trophy!) and Team 2 came in 5th place out of 11 teams.
Both teams also did well in the academic quiz portion of competition - Team 1 made it to the quarterfinals of the academic round. [Read MORE]
High School Odyssey of the Mind team to compete at states on April 8 in Binghamton; MS team places third
Two teams from Scotia-Glenville - one from the high school and one from the middle school - competed in the regional competition on Saturday at Shenendehowa High School. Winners at the state’s competition proceed to the World’s Finals at Michigan State University on May 24.
The high school team heading to the state’s competition includeEmily Adis, Katelyn Adis, Libby Hanlon, Ciara Molumby and Lily Murphy.
The Middle School Odyssey of the Team placed third. The MS team includedCourtney Adis, Ty Carlisle, Nathan Ravick, Logan Soto, Arrianna Stark, Zach Talbot and Piper Wiegert. The middle school team was coached by Stevee Kaye. [Read MORE]
GE engineer talks wind turbine technology with grade 7 science studentsFebruary 15, 2017
Grade 7 students today learned about something that they may not be able to imagine: huge wind turbines that tower hundreds of feet into the air, have blades that stretch 150 feet long and cost million of dollars.
GE Mechanical Engineer Christopher Swiecicki, whose niece Cassanda is in the ninth period class taught by Neal Cummings, discussed his job as a Root Cause Analyst/Root Cause Investigator - the guy who tries to find out why the big turbines fail.
He brought a three-foot section of a turbine wing to show the students as well as the gear he uses to climb up inside one during his investigations. [Read MORE]
does the black one do again? What about the red one? And what about
that transparent one!?
Those thoughts were running through the minds of the 11 students in the Makerspace Club after school at the Middle School today.
They were learning to work with cubelets - small plastic blocks or cubes that you combine in a way to create an object that moves, makes noise or flashes a light. Each cube has its own function.
The brain of the cubelets is the blue/gray one - that's the battery cube that brings the other ones to life! [Read MORE]
Sweethearts and Heroes are returning to the Middle School today during assemblies for students and a program for parents this evening. The parent program is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium.
Sweethearts and Heroes provides a unique message on bullying, conflict resolution, and strategies for being successful at whatever it is you are aspiring to accomplish. The assemblies last year received outstanding reviews from staff and students alike. Sweethearts and Heroes provide an age appropriate message for all grade levels. Their message has impacted nearly 1 million young men and women over the last 8 years. [Read MORE]
November 22, 2016
Middle and high school art students decorated Christmas trees that will be on display at the YWCA, 44 Washington Avenue, Schenectady, from Dec. 3-18 during the Festival of Trees.
The event is a fundraiser for The Festival of Trees is a fundraiser by and for the Schenectady County Historical Society and the YWCA NorthEastern NY. [Read MORE]
Student Council members drop off pet snacks and treats at APFn as well as $450 donation
Last week, Middle School students and staff had fun dressing up during Paws for a Cause Day, a fundraiser for the Animal Protective Foundation of Scotia .
Today, the members of the MS Student Council dropped off eight boxes of donated good along with a check for $450.00.
No trip to the shelter would be complete without interactions with the animals. They had the chance to pet and hold a few kittens, bunnies and a guinea pig. [Read MORE]
MS students raised more than $440 for the APF; get to dress as their favorite pooches
Middle School students and staff got to dress up as their favorite pooch or pet while also raising money for the Animal Protective Foundation during Paws for a Cause Day today.
The event, part of the week-long Spirit Week activities, raised $441.20 and several boxes of pet food and toys were collected.
In addition, students brought in nine boxes of food to be donated to the food pantry at the City View Church in Scotia. [Read MORE]
November 18 report card will be the last printed card
October 20, 2016
The report card that goes home on November 18 will be the last printed card. The high school is going paperless and eliminating the printed cards. Parents will be able to access the report card on PowerSchool. Please check this link for more information about PowerSchool. If you would like to continue receiving paper copies, you can download and complete this form (PDF).
Check out the Middle School Drama Club's new website
October 14, 2016
The Middle School Drama Club has developed a website to communicate with students, parents and the community. [check it out here]
Teen Town canceled on Friday, Oct. 7
October 3, 2016
The Teen Town for grades 7 and 8 scheduled for this Friday, Oct. 7, has been canceled.
PTA needs your help!
All of the wonderful things that happen at the Middle School can not happen without a strong PTA.
There are several vacant officer positions on the PTA that have to be filled.
Please consider attending the PTA's first meeting at 6:15 p.m. on Monday, September 26 in the library.
Help make the PTA even stronger!
Scotia-Glenville welcomes students back!
september 7, 2016
Check out pictures from today at each of the six school buildings. [Read MORE]
Check out the video links included with the Middle School yearbook
July 11, 2016
The First Day of School - September 7th - may seem far off, but it never hurts to start planning! Here are the school supply lists for:
Grade 8 (PDF)
Grade 7 (PDF)
Team Highlander (Grade 6) (PDF)
Team Onair (Grade 6) (PDF).
Check out the video links included with the Middle School yearbook
June 20, 2016
This year’s yearbook contains video links to the following photos: Drama Club, MSBC, Student Council, Baseball, Boys Lax, Girls Lax, Softball, Boys Modified Soccer, Girls Modified Soccer, Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Modified Football and Wrestling. [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.
Lion King Jr. roaring into S-G Middle School on April 15 and 16
April 7, 2016
The Middle School Drama Club will present Lion King Jr. during two performances at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 15 and Saturday, April 16 in the Anne B. Sterman Auditorium at the school.
Tickets will be $8 for adults, $5 for students and seniors and free for children under age 5.
Advanced tickets are available by contacting Andrea at firstname.lastname@example.org
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