Childcare information for first responders and health care workers

Childcare available through YMCA, other agencies for healthcare workers, first responders As part of the COVID-19 response effort, Scotia-Glenville is working with the Capital District YMCA to bring childcare resources to the families of emergency personnel in local communities. Starting Monday, March 23, 2020, YMCA branch locations throughout the Capital Region will be offering school-age …

Update to school closing information: schools closed until at least March 31; backpack pickup information

Updated coronavirus information March 17, 2020 Gov. Cuomo has determined that schools statewide will now be closed for two additional weeks – from Wednesday, March 18 until at least March 31 – though that date may be changed as the time approaches. We recognize the hardship these changes will place on our families. Please know …

Use of track during school shutdown

COMMENT: Are students still allowed to use the track during school cancellation? RESPONSE: No, we are asking all students to stay off campus during the school shutdown. Athletes are asked to do their  training at home for now.

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Food to be provided for K-12 students during shutdown

Updated coronavirus information Effective Tuesday, March 17, breakfast and lunch will be available to all students from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. weekdays. The pick-up location for these meals will be the High School, 1 Tartan Way (Sacandaga Road) in the side parking lot, which will be marked as a designated area for this purpose. …

All S-G schools closed March 16-20 “out of an abundance of caution.”

Out of an abundance of caution in dealing with the COVID-19, coronavirus situation, all Scotia-Glenville schools will be closed during the week of March 16-20 for students. The situation will be evaluated after March 20 to determine if the closure should be extended. The central and school offices will be open during next week. While …

All activities involving community, visitor use of schools are canceled until at least April 20

I want to begin by assuring you that the school district is taking steps to limit the possibility of students or staff being exposed to the coronavirus (COVID-19). The health and well being of our community remains our priority. While there are no confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) among SG students or staff, the …

Dress as Your Favorite Book Character Day at Glendaal

Glendaal Principal Tom Eagan dressed up as Peter Rabbit. Down the hallway, Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz was skipping along. Harry Potter and Spongebob Squarepants were sitting cross legged in their classrooms. Throughout the school, staff and students donned different outfits to show off their favorite book characters. There was no shortage of original …

Guidance for Schools with Identified Cases of COVID-19

Read more about coronavirus and schools here March 12, 2020 While there are no locally identified cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19), Scotia-Glenville schools wanted to outline the procedures of what will happen if there is a case: The local health department will notify schools if and when a school must close due to COVID-19 and …

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