Many thanks to these individuals and businesses for making the City Mission project a success!

These 42 individuals and businesses donated to help purchase food and other products for this year’s City Mission breakfast service project at Glen-Worden. At the end of the project, the students and staff were able to make a $1,800 contribution to the City Mission – beyond the costs of providing for the morning breakfast. Read …

Scotia-Glenville is hosting two regional Narcan training sessions on May 15 and 23 at the Middle School cafeteria

The Scotia-Glenville Central School District is partnering with the NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services to provide two free Narcan training sessions for anyone in Schenectady County who is over 18. They will be held from 6-7 p.m. May 15 and May 23 in the Middle School cafeteria. Those interested are asked to …

Students solve puzzles to learn about Earth Day

During library time, students in grade 5 at Glen-Worden got a chance to use the Breakout EDU system to solve a series of puzzles about Earth Day – Sunday, April 22. By solving the puzzles, they were able to open a locked box that contained  plastic bottles that needed to recycled. “This is so much …

Dozens attend Community Safety Forum

Dozens of community members, between 75 and 80, attended a two-plus hour Community Safety Forum at the Middle School cafeteria last night to discuss school safety concerns. Superintendent Susan Swartz introduced the panel members who were there to discuss safety in schools: Scotia Police Chief Peter Frisoni, Glenville Police Chief Steve Janik, BOCES Health, Safety …

Grade 8 students and families are invited to informational sessions about new BOCES PTECH program

A new PTECH program is being offered through the Capital Region BOCES. The program is four- to six-years and will offer a concentration in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and an associate’s degree in a high-tech field at no cost. Students will learn with the program’s business partners, gaining valuable workplace insight/skills and making …

Congratulations to these students and staff for being recognized by the YMCA

Congratulations to these students who were recognized last week by the YMCA for their outstanding volunteer service and commitment to the community Emily Conti Lauren Dieterich Sydney Obman Marykate Palleschi Teresa Lopez-Long Grace Purvis Mathew Williams Lauren Zeglen Congratulations also to social studies teacher Christine Sipperly-Bult, who was recognized as a YMCA for Outstanding Educator.

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