Glendaal Student Council is wrapping up a year of donations to the Animal Protective Foundation

The Glendaal Student Council is wrapping up a very productive year of donations for the APF (Animal Protective Foundation) of Scotia. Students organized activities to raise money and awareness for the APF. Those activities included:  $378 in a coin drive $25 in bottle collection $65 in staff donations in honor of our parent volunteers Five …

Grade 7 students learn about nature in a deeper way at the Mine Kill State Park

Grade 7 students dove deeper into the environment during their May 23 field trip to the Mine Kill State Park. Students experienced programs titled “Planet Planting” and “Invasive of New York State.”  These educational programs are linked to the Science 7 curriculum in the “Introduction to Living Things” unit and the “Ecology” unit. Here’s what …

Free lunches available at Collins Park, First Reformed Church this summer

The summer free lunch program will be held at Collins Park Pavilion by the Lake this summer Wednesday to Fridays from 11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for anyone 18 years and younger. The lunches will run from Wednesday, June 26 to Friday, August 30. In addition, First Reformed Church (224 North Ballston Ave.- Route 50, …

Summer reading suggestions announced by SG library media specialists

The SG Library Department is pleased to announce the 2019 summer reading suggestions for our students. Lists were created by Debbie Collins, Deb Byrne, Kari Moretti, Lauren Capuano, Maureen Palleschi and Liz Fawcett. Reading in the summer only enhances the love of literature. Our LMS’s also offer summer borrowing opportunities so SG families can have access …

Board of Education recognizes retirees and students for special achievement

The Board of Education held its annual recognition meeting for retirees and students recognized for special achievement last night. Retirees had logged a total of 337 years of service to Scotia-Glenville students and parents. In addition to those recognized, dozens of family members and friends attended the meeting. Board members read statements about each recognized …

Congratulations to the Class of 2019 Scholastic Honor Award recipients!

Congratulations to these graduating seniors who will receive Scholastic Honor Award medals at graduation on June 29. These students have completed their high school careers “with the highest achievement.” FIRST ROW (front): Emily McCarthy, Abigail Marola, Nhu Quynh Ngoc Duong, Tatiana Leggiero, Asia Winney, Alexandra Jerreld, Gabrielle Estes, and Katherine Gallagher SECOND ROW (middle): Mikayla …

Board of Education recognizes students and retirees

The Board of Education this evening will recognize students for special accomplishments and retiring staff members. Each was given a certificate. Here is what the board members said about each: Recognition of Special Student Accomplishments from the Class of 2019: Dan Feinberg Michael Burns has left his mark on the strong culture of Fine Arts …

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Grade 2 students at Lincoln check out the outdoors during the Environmental Fair at Five Rivers

Grade 2 students at Lincoln explored many aspects of “life outdoors” during the annual Environmental Fair at the Five Rivers Environmental Education Center in Delmar. The 31 students attended the fair, sponsored by the state Department of Environmental Conservation, on May 15. DEC volunteers work with the students at the program. Here are a few …

SG girls from Glen-Worden, Lincoln, Sacandaga and the Middle School participate in the 5K Girls on the Run race

Dozens of girls from Scotia-Glenville participated in the 5K race with the Girls on the Run program at The Crossings of  Colonie on Sunday. Girls on the Run is a program that inspires girls to recognize their inner strength and celebrate what makes them one of a kind. Trained coaches lead small teams through curricula …

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