1 Tartan Way
Scotia, NY 12302
347-3600 EXT. 61100
Peter J. Bednarek, Principal
Thomas W. Fyvie,
Jamian P. Rockhill,
Dean of Students
7:38 a.m. to 2:29 p.m.
Dignity for All Students Act coordinators: Peter Bednarek and Thomas Fyvie
SHOW YOUR TARTAN PRIDE!
"There is so much I want to say to you today," Superintendent Susan Swartz told the 169 Class of 2016 graduates during commencement ceremonies at Proctor's Theater in Schenectady today. "I want to give you these gifts today."
She said she hoped students would carry with them these gifts: kindness, a sense of wonder, perseverance, humility and the gift of love. "Most things worth having will not come easily. Embrace struggle and persevere." [Read MORE]
Board of Education recognizes retiring staff members and outstanding students
The Board of Education this evening honored nine staff retiring staff members (who have 209 years of experience between them).
In addition, board members recognized six outstanding students during a special ceremony. [Read MORE]
Congratulations to Scotia-Glenville High School's 2016 Scholastic Medal Honor Award recipients
Congratulations to the 11 Class of 2016 Scholastic Medal Honor Award recipients!
The medals are given to the members of the graduating class who have completed their studies with the highest achievement. They will receive the medals at graduation on June 25 at Proctor's Theater in Schenectady. [Read MORE]
Forum about growing epidemic of prescription drug and heroin abuse scheduled for June 29 at First Reformed Church in Scotia
The Scotia-Glenville Abuse Prevention Task
Force is holding a special forum on drug use from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
on Wednesday, June 29, at the First Reformed Church of Scotia,
224 North Ballston Avenue.
The forum will address the growing epidemic of prescription drug and heroin abuse among local families and children.
Please try to attend!!
Click the flyer above to download or read it.
An American Songbook: Songtime 2016 scheduled for June 10 at the high school
June 6, 2016
The Scotia-Glenville Choralaires will present An American Songbook: Songtime 2016 at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, June 10, in the high school auditorium.
Admission: Pay what you wish.
Schenectady County looking to hire students to help with tobacco enforcement
Do you know a student between the ages of
15 and almost 18?
If so, Schenectady County may have an offer for them.
The county needs their help pretending to buy tobacco products throughout the county as part of a routine enforcement against stores that sell to minors.
Students, who must live in Schenectady County, will be paid $9 per hour and must be available to work after school on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Eight SG students inducted into national technical honor society
Fifty-seven Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) students from 22 area school districts - including eight from Scotia-Glenville - were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) on May 23 and six seniors were recognized for serving two years in the NTHS during a ceremony at the BOCES central administration offices.
It was the largest ever class inducted from the Capital Region BOCES.
To be honored, students had to meet several criteria, including achieving grade point averages (GPA) of 92 or greater at Career & Tech, an overall GPA of 85 or greater at their high schools and had five or fewer absences. [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.
May 16, 2016
Each year the SGHS PTSA hosts the After Prom event to provide after hour activities in a safe, fun environment for our prom goers, their guests, and all the members of the Scotia-Glenville High School Junior and Senior classes.
We would like to thank the following businesses and organizations that contributed to this year’s event:
Stewart’s Holiday Match Program, Joyful Quilter, Scotia-Glenville Booster Club, Frank & Sons Body Works, O'Connor & Marola Law Firm, SGHS Staff, CDPHP, Precision Auto Repair, Super Suds Laundromat, Jumpin’ Jacks Drive-In, Hoskinson Orthodontics, 1st National Bank of Scotia, CME Equipment Transport, Empire Self Storage, Harold Clune Electrical, Thomas Corners Fire Dept., David Coppola, DDS, TrustCo Bank, Charles Palmer Insurance, Culligan Water, Hair & Now, Proctor’s Theatre, Flight Trampoline Park, Dave & Busters, Glenville Mini Sportsplex, Sherri Paull’s Salon, Applebee’s, Stewart’s Shops, Glenville Queen Restaurant, 99 Restaurant, Adirondack Beverage, Chartwells, The Beck Family, The Kalasinski Family, The Jessup Family, Wal-Mart, Hannaford, Target, Price Chopper, Schenectady County Stop DWI program, Glenville Rotary and Pedrick’s.
A special thank you toBoulevard Bowl for a terrific evening!
The High School Parent-Teacher-Student Association (PTSA) is once again hosting a fun, free activity for students at After Prom on May 13th-14th. Attending the After Prom gives students a safe place to go where they can continue to have a good time.
This year’s activities include:
• Rock n’ Bowl at Boulevard Bowl, 11:30 pm until 2:00 am
• Fantastic Prizes (must be a SG Jr. or Sr. & present to win). This year’s raffle prizes include: Apple iPad mini 4 16GB : Beats Solo2 Headphones : Bose SounkLink bluetooth Speaker : GoPro Hero : Fitbit Flex : 24" Westinghouse HD TV : RCA Tablet: College dorm gear: Camping equipment : Gift Cards [Read MORE]
April 20, 2016
Before hundreds of family members and friends, 40 students were inducted into the National Honor Society, becoming the newest inductees from Scotia-Glenville High School.
The honor culminates years of work and achievements by the students. Seniors and juniors are allowed membership into the NHS. The students needed to prove achievement in four areas: scholarship, leadership, service and character. [Read MORE]
Twelve Scotia-Glenville students and special education teacher Joy Barcome were honored today by the YMCA at its annual Outstanding Student and Educator Breakfast at The Key Hall-Proctor’s in Schenectady.
They were recognized for exhibiting leadership, citizenship and volunteerism in the community.
Each nominee received a backpack of supplies and certificates of merit from the YMCA, Senator Hugh Farley and the New York State Assembly.
The recipients are shown above:
Front Row:Blaise Piotrowski, Zoe Purvis, Colin Hodge, Lily Holcomb and Joy Barcome
Back Row:Rhys Ten Eyck, Tyler Adams, Vinicuis Silva, Anthony DiCarlo and Maura Hamilton
Kelsey Shaffer, Laura Ciotoli and Joie Prentiss are not pictured.
Click on the photo to enlarge it.
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