Gov. Cuomo’s executive order does not allow for prepayment of 2018 school property taxes; only city, county and town taxes

A new federal tax bill was signed into law on Dec. 22 that caps the allowable deduction for state and local income, sales and property taxes at $10,000 beginning in 2018. Gov. Andrew Cuomo subsequently signed an Executive Order designed to help New York taxpayers pre-pay their 2018 property taxes before Dec. 31, 2017 in …

Scotia-Glenville named to Advanced Placement District Honor Roll for first time

Recognition is an indication of an effort to enroll more students in AP classes at Scotia-Glenville and having more students taking the AP exams Scotia-Glenville has been named to the 8th annual Advanced Placement (AP) District Honor Roll for the first time, an indication of the school district’s push to have more students enroll in …

Sacandaga’s Dinner with Santa takes students ‘around the world’

Sacandaga’s PTA Dinner with Santa last Friday featured lots of fun and celebration! The theme was “it’s a small world.“ Students had passports to have stamps at the countries around the world. The students learned a lot about each country’s holidays. The high school orchestra, Choralaires and clarinet choir share their wonderful music. There were …

Six S-G students perform at the 38th annual Melodies of Christmas

Six Scotia-Glenville High School students performed in the CBS 6 Melodies of Christmas 2017 at Proctor’s Theater over the weekend. The final performance was last night, Dec. 17. The students were: Amy Fuller, Liam Fitzgerald, Joey Titus, TJ McMaster, Shannon Sill and Katherine Hillis. This is the 38th year for the Melodies of Christmas on …

Great Grammar Bake Off at Lincoln reinforces reading program for grade 1 students

First grade students cooked up a storm during last week’s “Fun-Friday.” Teacher Kim Weiss creates activities that review each skill taught during the week from the reading program, Wonders. The students were talking about watching the Food Network, so the theme for the week was the Great Grammar Bake Off. Each center had a ‘cooking’ …

HS students bring joy to residents at the Baptist Health Center

Danielle Sawyer and Jennifer Russell, job developers at the high school, were invited to bring high school students to volunteer at the Holiday Party and Open House for Baptist Health Center. Sawyer and Russell, along with Joyce Semerad and 12 students participated in the event on Saturday, December 9th. Students escorted residents to the main …

Scotia-Glenville’s varsity soccer team shows its talent again by walking away with many Foothills Council awards!

Congratulations to the Scotia-Glenville’s varsity soccer team for the many awards they’ve received from the Foothills Council: Foothills Council Honorable Mention: Gwen Currie Foothills Council Second Team: Lauren Hosner, Lily Murphy, Annika Nielsen and Lexi Zatlokowicz Foothills Council First Team: Haley Bonitatibus, Tanya Leggiero, Syndey Obman, Lauren Zeglen, and Foothills Council MVP Sydnee Smith Selected to …

Eighth-graders have until March 9 to apply to TechValley High School

Scotia-Glenville students in grade 8 who are interested in attending TechValley High School have until March 9 for their application to reach the school. Check more about a Tech Valley HS education here. If you’re interested in applying to TechValley HS, contact Guidance Counselor Timothy O’Connell at toconnell@sgcsd.net or 518-347-3600 ext. 53100.