Congratulations to the 54 S-G students who shared their artwork and literature in the PTA reflections contest

Two students sharing a moment at the event

Awards flyer that announces Scotia-Glenville's reflections programCongratulations to the 54 Middle School and elementary students who participated in this year’s PTA Reflections contest.

The ceremony was held in the Sacandaga Elementary School gym last night. Many parents and friends attended the event.

The next level is the PTA Northeastern Regional Reflections contest. Those entries are due by Dec. 12. The first and second place winners in each category move on to the regional competition.

Superintendent Susan Swartz, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Karen Swain as well as Thomas Eagan, Glendaal principal; Ann Comley, Glen-Worden interim principal; Tonya Federico, Sacandaga principal and Marianne Burke, Middle School English teacher, participated in the program.

Here are the students involved in this year’s Scotia-Glenville Reflections contest:

Glendaal 

  • Katherine Crounse, grade 5 Artwork-Nothing is Impossible
  • Kiera MacIntosh, grade 3 Artwork-My Veterinarian Dream
  • Riley Schmitz, grade 5 Literature-Within Reach

Glen Worden

  • Alex Belotti, grade 4 Artwork-My Silky Hair is Within Reach
  • Jessica Bodden, grade 4 Artwork-Reach Across the Sun
  • Ethan Chest, grade 4 Artwork-Within Reach
  • Jacob Corrigan, grade 4 Artwork-Within Reach
  • Cole Laviolette, grade 4 Artwork-Goal
  • Nick Lemp, grade 4 Artwork-30 More Yards
  • Patrick MacDonald, grade 4 Artwork-My French Fries
  • Alice Nichter, grade 5 Artwork-Dripping Heart
  • Julia Penn, grade K Artwork-Friends
  • Collin Penn, grade 3 Artwork-Superman for the Stars

PTA reflections advertising flyer that discusses the skills needed to competeSacandaga 

  • Grace Feuz, grade 4 Artwork- Mountain Climber
  • Isaac Furnish, grade 4 Artwork-Past/Future is Within Reach
  • Jake Massaro, grade 4 Artwork-Love is Art!

Middle School 

  • Starre Adams, grade 8 Artwork-Getting a Dog
  • Dino Bianchi, grade 7 Literature-To Be a Civil Engineer
  • Clarke Brice, grade 7 Literature-How I Became President
  • Toby Clark, grade 8 Literature-Becoming a NY Yankee
  • Abigail Chevalier, grade 7 Artwork-Reach for the Stars
  • Jacob Dariano, grade 8 Literature-Longterm Goal
  • Tyler Delant, grade 8 Literature-My Dream Job
  • Mathias DiBlasio, grade 8 Literature-The Game
  • Ashley DiCarlo, grade 7 Literature-Chasing My Dream
  • Jocelyn Gerke, grade 8 Literature-Cooking
  • Josh Goldstein, grade 8 Literature-Learning How to Drive
  • Ceriona Hockford, grade 7 Literature-My Goal to Reach 92%
  • Delilah Kahrs, grade 6 Artwork-NYC at Night
  • Tyler Knaggs, grade 7 Lit-When Pigs Fly
  • Pierson Long, grade 7 Literature-The Inventor
  • Hannah MacDonald, grade 7 Literature-What I Want to Be
  • Kayden Macmillan, grade 8 Literature-Polysomnic Technologist
  • Marlee Mancini, grade 8 Literature-Your Goals are Achievable
  • Marisa Martin, grade 8 Literature-Within Reach
  • Jodie May, grade 8 Literature-To Be a Baker
  • Paul Marotta Jr., grade 7 Literature-Basketball Goal
  • Ella Merenberg, grade 7 Literature-Life of a Fashion Designer
  • Selena Montanez, grade 7 Literature-When I Got the Lead Role
  • Volina Mustico, grade 8 Literature-When I Grow Up
  • Evan Olori, grade 7 Literature-Inventing
  • Tatum Paparella, grade 8 Artwork-Getting a Dog
  • Colin Peckham, grade 7 Literature-90 and Above
  • Christina Quinones, grade 8 Literature-My Moment on Stage
  • Bryan Reed, grade 8 Artwork-My Dream to Be an Actor
  • Isabella Regels, grade 8 Literature-My Field Hockey Goals
  • Benjamin Schallert, grade 7 Literature-How to Cook Your Dragon
  • Nathanial Siciliano, grade 8 Literature-The Fishing Trip
  • Arrianna Steru, grade 8 Literature- Playing Varsity as a Junior
  • Hailie St. John, grade 8 Literature-Getting on the Honor Roll
  • Isabella St. Onge, grade 7 Literature-My Goal to Be a Scientist
  • Andrew Thiessen, grade 8 Literature-YouTuber
  • Carson Vien, grade 8 Literature-Vien Real Estate
  • Ayanna Willoughby, grade 8 Literature-The Best Chef

Here are a few photos from last’s night event. Click on each image to open it.