Athletics and physical education


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2015-16 Scotia-Glenville Athletic Theme

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  Scotia-Glenville Athletes of the Month



                     Sydni Gapczynski                                              Jacob Hershberger


What is the Scotia-Glenville Wellness Committee?

wellness imageSchool wellness committees assess the school health environment, programs and policies in place and identify ways to strengthen these to improve the health of students and staff. Committees develop and implement action plans based on what they learn about the school. The committees provide advice and expertise to administrators in the building and at the district level regarding health-related policies and programs.
Check out Scotia-Glenville's Wellness page.


Support Joe at the University at Albany on January 6, 2016

There is an effort to create a Scotia-Glenville Night on January 6 at the SEFCU Arena at the University at Albany to support 2015 S-G graduate Joe Cremo, who plays on the UAlbany basketball team.

The UAlbany Danes are playing against the University of Northern British Columbia at 7 p.m. that evening.

Tickets are available at this link. Ticket prices are $7 for adults and $3 for kids.

You should enter the PROMO CODE “Danes” in the bottom right corner to gain access to discounted seats. Tickets will be mailed to patrons up until a week prior to the game. After that, tickets will be left at will call under the patron's name.

We encourage everyone to wear school colors, create signs, whatever you wish! I’d like this to be a great night for the entire town, and Joe of course.

Download the crafter letter (PDF).

Hall of Fame photoThree inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame

September 11, 2015

Three Scotia-Glenville alumni were inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame during tonight's home football game.

They were David Murray, class of 1976; Alaina Lange, class of 2005; and Terell Winney, class of 2011. Congratuations to all!

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Parents are reminded that MS and younger children must be supervised at evening sporting events

September 15, 2015

Athletic events and extra curricular activities are a very important aspect of school life. They are part of the fabric of what makes Scotia-Glenville Central Schools the center of the community. Spectators who attend these events come to support our students and to enjoy the community atmosphere.

In the past few years we have seen more middle and elementary school pupils left unsupervised by their parents at high school athletic games.

As a result of this, more incidents of misconduct, rudeness, and other inappropriate behaviors are being reported to supervisors at these contests. This has particularly become a problem at football games and basketball games.

Read more of the procedures for evening athletic events here (PDF).

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Congratulations to the Girls Lacrosse 2015 Section 2 Champions!

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State Champions!

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Read more about the team's victory here. Click on the photo above to enlarge it.

Seniors Lauren Melason and Dan Zeglen recognized for health and educational leadership by AHPERD

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Seniors Lauren Melanson and Dan Zeglen were honored as The Capital Zone of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (NYS AHPERD) Physical Education Students of the Year during a ceremony today at the Century House in Latham.

 Dan and Lauren were chosen to represent Scotia-Glenville CSD based on their outstanding Physical Performance in Physical Education, Scholastic Achievement, Excellent Leadership Qualities and Community Service.

They were among 53 students from 26 area school districts recognized during the event.

Lauren is the catcher and captain of the Varsity Softball Team and is a three-year member of softball team. She volunteers to help manage the Varsity Bowling team.

Dan was the captain of the Varsity Football team, where he is a 2-way starter @ Quarterback and Strong Safety,  and captain of the Varsity Baseball Team, where he is a short stop and pitcher. He is a three-year member of the Varsity Football team and a four-year member of the Varsity Baseball team. [read MORE]



  2015 Scotia-Glenville Athletic Theme 



        Emotional Intelligence





                                                       Go Tartans!




2014 Varsity Girls Soccer Section 2 Champions

Girls Soccer


                      2014 Section 2 Boys Golf Champions


Boys Golf


Athletic Hall of Fame inductees

Four inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame

September 12, 2014

The Scotia-Glenville Athletic Hall of Fame inducted four new members during a 5 p.m. ceremony at the Glen Sanders Mansion today - Friday, Sept. 12.

The three former athletes and one coach - nominated by their teammates, players and coaches - were then be recognized during the half-time of the home football game against Gloversville with a plaque and other recognitions. [read MORE]

















All Athletes need to get their required health interval forms

ALL Athletes NEED to have a PHYSICAL on FILE in order to participate in Winter SPORTS..
(Private or school physical is accepted)..

High School Nurse is Lisa High School Nurse is Lisa Forshey, email is lforshey@sgcsd.netfor inquiries. HS Fax # is 386-4379..

The required forms are at the bottom of thee Health Offices page under Interscholastic Athletics Forms..

Here is the letter that was sent home to parents and students (PDF)..

Middle School Nurse is Barbara Middle School Nurse is Barbara Zabala, email is bzabala@sgcsd.netfor inquiries. MS Fax # is 382-12666


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Concussion Management Information from Concussion Management Information from NYSPHSAA



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  Scotia-Glenville has many community-based sports programs




For information about the high school physical education program, check here.

Athletic agreement

Here is the athletic agreement (in PDF) that all students sign before participating in S-G sports. It describes the athletic program and penalties for an athlete's violation of the athletic code of conduct.


Academic standards
Read the academic standards that guide all co-curricular activities.

Substance Abuse policy and procedures
Read the substance abuse policies and procedures.

The Code of Conduct also guides penalties in these cases.


Image of Tartan  Who are the Tartans?
The Tartan is the bagpipe-playing mascot of the school district that can be seen on the top left of this page between the "S" and the "G."


Scotia-Glenville offers a full array of interscholastic sports from modified to varsity levels.


Scotia-Glenville is a Class “A” school in the Section II of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association. In most sports, our athletic teams compete as members of the Foothills Scholastic Council. Other teams are members of the Tri-County Indoor Track League, Aqua League, Capital District Women’s Lacrosse League, and Section II Ski League.

The Foothills Scholastic Council is comprised of these school district's teams:

◗ Broadalbin/Perth
◗ Johnstown
◗ Glens Falls
◗ Gloversville
◗ Hudson Falls
◗ Queensbury
◗ Scotia-Glenville
◗ South Glens Falls

Here are directions to the various athletic locations where Scotia-Glenville teams play.

Scotia-Glenville has a very comprehensive interscholastic program for Tartan athletes. They may participate in any of the sports listed below.

◗ Basketball
◗ Bowling
◗ Cheerleading
◗ Cross Country
◗ Field Hockey
◗ Golf
◗ Lacrosse
◗ Skiing (Nordic)
◗ Soccer
◗ Softball
◗ Swimming
◗ Tennis
◗ Track & Field
◗ Indoor Track
◗ Volleyball

◗ Baseball
◗ Basketball
◗ Bowling
◗ Cross Country
◗ Football
◗ Golf 
◗ Lacrosse
◗ Skiing (Nordic)
◗ Soccer
◗ Tennis
◗ Track & Field
◗ Indoor Track
◗ Wrestling

Athletic Department Statement of Purpose
The athletic program at Scotia-Glenville fosters the belief that athletics enhances the education of every student-athlete. The program is designed to provide students with opportunities that challenge them to their individual limits.
Through athletic participation, the student athlete will develop the discipline, responsibility, sacrifice, sportsmanship and team work necessary to be successful.
The athletic program will provide opportunities for students to experience the emotions involved with athletic competition and a sense of pride in themselves, their team, their school and their community that will last a lifetime. Regardless of their win/loss records, students will act with “class” on and off the playing areas, always demonstrating the best of sportsmanship.



For any questions regarding the district's athletic or physical education programs, contact Jamian P. Rockhill, athletic director, at 382-1237 or


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