Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

The 188 members of the Class of 2018 walked across the stage today at Proctor’s Theater as they begin to chart their paths and go in many different directions in the future. Superintendent Susan Swartz noted in her comments that the Class of 2018 was entering kindergarten when she became Scotia-Glenville’s superintendent in 2005.  She …

Lincoln’s show highlights student talent

Lincoln Elementary’s talent show on Tuesday included 17 performers in grades 2-5 who dazzled family and guests with a wide variety of acts, including ribbon dancing, piano playing, singing, ukulele playing, gymnastics, Tae Kwon Do, and instrumentals. Some grade 5 students worked the stage crew and served as the masters of ceremonies for the evening. …

Students refurbish donated computers, tour PVA in Cohoes

Local businessman Tony Hynes from Precision Valve Automation (PVA) in Cohoes donated 20 computers from his business that were refurbished by the Computers for Kids program through the Scotia-Glenville Education Foundation. Computers for Kids refurbishes computers for students and families who need them. Students in Matt Hubbell’s AP Computer Science Course, having completed their coursework …

FCCLA enjoys year-end celebration

Scotia-Glenville FCCLA members, advisers and alumni enjoyed an end of the year celebration yesterday at the Middle School. Members received recognition pins for their contributions to the FCCLA Chapter.  This year, chapter members focused on work to support Ronald McDonald House Charities. In February, members sponsored a hat day and dress down day at the …

Retiring staff and students are recognized by the Board of Education

Congratulations to the students and retiring staff who were recognized last night by the Board of Education. These class of 2018 members were recognized: Marina Onderdonk Milne, Olivia Jack, Kate Hillis, Mallory Jones, Grace Purvis and Lauren Zeglen. These staff members were recognized: Elizabeth Beauregard, Robin Bennett, Marianne Burke, Catherine Cawley, Deborah Cieslak, Gail Collins, …

12 Middle School students compete at Invention Convention

Twelve Middle School students showed off their innovative, creative ideas at the recent Invention Convention at miSci in Schenectady. The students’ ideas ranged from shin guards that cool you down and a brush to make smoother ponytails to a dog collar that beeps when the dog pulls and a swim cap that doesn’t slip off. …

NYS Comptroller issues audit on S-G finances and extra-curricular clubs

Download the audit and school district response. The New York State Comptroller’s Office issued a report today critical of school district finances from July 1, 2014 to August 31, 2017 and extra-classroom activity accounts maintained by student clubs and organizations. The report says that, over the three-year period, appropriations exceeded expenditures by $11.1 million or …

Congratulations to the Class of 2018 Scholastic Honor Award Medalists!

Congratulations to the 15 seniors who will receive Scholastic Medals at graduation at Proctor’s Theater on June 23 (9:30 a.m.). They were announced on Friday. The medals are awarded to the students with the highest academic averages in the class. The recipients are:   Emily Adis, daughter of Nancy and William Adis, will study biochemistry …