Lincoln hosting a video talent show June 12-19

We know there’s a lot of talent hiding inside those bedrooms and houses out there. Lincoln Elementary students will be able to participate in a virtual talent show. They will need to submit their videos by June 5th and the virtual talent show will be available for viewing from June 12th-19th. Every elementary school is …

More than 100 Earth Science students and staff explore observatory with Siena astronomer

Today, more than 100 Earth Science students, teachers and others had the unique opportunity to virtually meet with a regional astronomer from the Dudley Observatory at Siena College, Dr. Valerie Rapson. Students researched and prepared questions about astronomy weeks before Dr. Rapson’s virtual visit and she graciously took the time to answer each one in …

Ballots for the 2020-21 budget vote, bus proposition and Board of Education contest on June 9 have been mailed

A package with the school absentee ballot was mailed to all registered voters in the Scotia-Glenville School District today for the June 9 school election. The ballots will have a pre-paid envelope to return them. Expect the ballots to arrive within the next week. If you are a qualified voter and did not receive an …

18 Scotia-Glenville students plan to play sports at college

Congratulations to these 18 seniors, who have agreed to play sports at their chosen colleges: Daniel Bull– SUNY Schenectady Jason Carusone– SUNY Morrisville Megan Charnews– Hudson Valley Community College Zoe Connor– SUNY Geneseo David Fresoni– Hartwick Billy Gagnon– Hartwick College John Geniti – McDaniel College Nate Hutchmacher– Hudson Valley Community College Shawn Jones– Hudson Valley …

BOCES survey about planning for school reopening

Dear parents/community members: Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that New York school facilities will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year.  The Governor will make a decision about summer school by the end of May. As we look to the future, we must think about what a return to school buildings might …

Here are some of the plans being made to recognize the Class of 2020

Recognizing Scotia-Glenville 2020 Seniors Given the current restrictions and information about the phased reopening plans from the Governor of New York State we are working on the following initiatives to recognize our Class of 2020. All 2020 Graduates will be extended the opportunity to participate in the 2021 Scotia-Glenville Commencement Ceremony at Proctors in 2021 …

14 students inducted into the National Business Honor Society

Congratulations to the following students, who have been inducted into the National Business Honor Society: Seniors – Tyler Hanhurst, Sean Holbrook and Maggie Owen Juniors – Taylor Boniecki, Conor Burns, Alexander Bzdell, Grace Crounse, Sean Dolen, Hailey Eddy, Zakary Lane, Emma Malone, Amelia Smith, Alexander Tebano and Charlotte Tvelia

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