Kindergarten registration is generally in late January or early February of each school year.
If we have your contact information in our database, pre-kindergarten parents will receive a mailing about registration that includes more information.
If your child is entering kindergarten in September – and you have not already contacted us – please email the information below to email@example.com as soon as possible.
We need to be sent the following information
from Scotia-Glenville preschool parents:
• Parents' names;
• Home address;
• Telephone numbers;
• Names and dates of birth for all children under age 6.
THIS IS NOT REGISTERING YOUR CHILD. Your information will be placed in a database at your child's school so that you will receive registration information.
Here's more information about registering a student.
Scotia-Glenville Schools need to hear
from its pre-school parents
District needs to be sure it has ages, birthdates and addresses for all children under age 6
As Scotia-Glenville prepares for the future, knowing how many
students will enroll over the next few years becomes very important.
The district needs to hear from families with children ages newborn
to 6 years.
Here is how to contact the schools by telephone:
• Glendaal, Sacandaga and Bolt roads, 382-1201/347-3600
• Glen-Worden, Worden Road, 346-0469/347-3600
• Lincoln, Albion Street, 382-1296/347-3600
• Sacandaga, Wren/Schermerhorn streets, 382-1282/347-3600
If you are not sure of your elementary zone, call the District Office at 382-1215/347-3600.
Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE)
The Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) is available to help any family who has a child between the ages of 3 and 5 residing within the Scotia-Glenville School District. The CPSE will arrange an assessment of the child and help provide services in the areas of speech, motor or social development.
If you have concerns about your child’s development, you may want to have your child evaluated by the CPSE to determine if he/she may qualify to receive support services. The majority of the services will go directly to your home or day care and are free of charge.
Please feel free to contact Joel Richardson at 386-4304/347-3600 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Other information for preschool parents:
A full-day kindergarten program began at Scotia-Glenville in September 2009.
Students begin school on the Monday following Labor Day in September each year whereas students in grades 1-12 begin school on the Thursday after Labor Day. For kindergarten students, they are able to visit their new classrooms and meet their new teachers on that Thursday and Friday by appointment. Each school sends a mailing to parents to arrange a schedule for the visits.
Family Room at Lincoln School, book loan program available to all Scotia-Glenville parents
The Cornell Cooperative Extension operates a Family Room for preschool parents and their children at the Lincoln School. The program is available to all Scotia-Glenville parents. Parents may also contact their school below to borrow age-appropriate books for their children.
Head Start program is housed at Glen-Worden, but open to all Scotia-Glenville parents
Scotia-Glenville hosts one Head Start program class. It is located at the Glen-Worden Elementary School but is open to all students in the district.
The Schenectady County Head Start is a federal program is run through the Schenectady Community Action Program (SCAP). Here's a link - http://www.scapny.org/headstart.html
MOMS Club of Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Pre-School directory
Moms Offering Moms Support (MOMS) is an international non-profit organization for mothers. The group has developed an area directory of pre-schools (PDF)