emergency closing information


ImageScotia-Glenville now uses the Blackboard Connect system. Using telephone numbers in the PowerSchool student data system, telephone calls and emails are sent to every home in the school district during an emergency, school closing or delay because of the weather.

The system can also be tailored to send text messages and make calls to the numbers that you provide to the system.

Learn more here - http://www.scotiaglenvilleschools.org/blackboard/blackboardpage.cfm


Check this page to see if school is closed or delayed during inclement weather or an emergency.

Please note: if you have a scheduled kindergarten registration appointment, the office is still open and your appointment will still be held, unless indicated otherwise.

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2016-17 school year

Check here for school closings and delays.

March 15, 2017
Because of the continuing poor conditions of the roads in Glenville,
all Scotia-Glenville schools are closed today - Wednesday, March 15.
Offices will be open.

March 14, 2017
Because of the approaching storm,
all Scotia-Glenville schools are closed today - Tuesday, March 14. The campus is closed and all offices are closed. No staff should report - only snow clearing personnel.

February 13, 2017
This is a final notification - SCHOOL WILL BE DELAYED BY TWO HOURS on Monday, February 13. No breakfast will be served.

February 12, 2017
Because of the snow, SCHOOL WILL BE DELAYED BY TWO HOURS on Monday, February 13.
However, the school district will let everyone know in the morning if that call is adjusted to a school closing.


February 9, 2017
Because of the weather,
ALL SCHOOLS are closed today, Thursday - February 9.

January 24, 2017
Because Because of the weather, school is canceled today. The NYS Regents exams scheduled for today will be given tomorrow - Wednesday.

January 18, 2017
Because of the weather, there will be a TWO HOUR DELAY to the start of school today. Breakfast will not be served.


December 12, 2016

Because of the weather, Scotia-Glenville MIDDLE school and HIGH school students will report to school TWO HOURS later today. Since today was already a scheduled half day of school for elementary students, ELEMENTARY students DO NOT REPORT for school today. Elementary staff should report two hours later than usual.




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Schenectady County school districts adopt uniform school closing procedures

December 17, 2015

With winter weather coming, Schenectady County schools announce joint protocols for closings and delays
In an effort to enhance student and community safety and communication with families, schools in Schenectady County have established joint protocols for weather-related closings and delays.

The involved districts are Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, Duanesburg, Mohonasen, Niskayuna, Schalmont, Schenectady and Scotia-Glenville, each of which is located entirely within the county or serves a portion of it.

Neighboring districts are typically in close contact when bad weather hits. Formalizing protocols across the districts represents a new level of cooperation and provides additional clarity to families and municipal government ahead of the coming winter. READ MORE


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Timesunion.com logoHere are School Closings from the Albany
Times Union newspaper: http://web.timesunion.com/weather/closings/?orgtype=showschool

If the schools must be closed because of weather conditions, facility failures or other emergency situations, announcements will be also made on these local television and radio stations:

Television
WNYT, channel 13
WTEN/WXXA, channel 10/23
WRGB, channel 6
Capital News 9, Time Warner

Radio stations
WGY (810 AM)/WRVE (99.5 FM)
WPTR (1540 AM)/WFLY (92.3 FM)
WROW (590 AM)/WYJB (95.5 FM)
WTRY (980 AM/98.3 FM)
WPYX (106 FM)
WGNA (107.7 FM)

Image of snow flakesPlease do not call the school or district offices on inclement weather days. The telephone lines are needed for emergency communications.

If school is cancelled,
all uses of the building are also cancelled on that day and evening, unless otherwise noted or announced.

 

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