A staff member case of COVID-19 reported at the High School

A high school staff member has tested positive for COVID-19. This individual was last in school on Tuesday, Nov. 24. The individual and four other adults are being excluded from school during the investigation by the Schenectady County Public Health Services (SCPHS). Anyone affected will be contacted directly by the SCPHS. Everyone at the school …

SG MS Student Council sponsoring toy drive Dec. 1-11

Scotia Glenville Middle School Student Council is sponsoring a Toys for Tots Holiday Toy Drive from December 1st to December 11th. All new, unwrapped, toys can be dropped off at the bin by the main entrance. This drop off location is open to any members of the Scotia Glenville School District.

COVID-19 cases at Sacandaga, Glen-Worden, the Middle School and the High School

Four Scotia-Glenville students and two staff members have tested positive for COVID-19 as the Schenectady County Public Health Service continues its investigation. In addition, a class of 11 students at Glen-Worden have been told not to come to school during the investigation. The positive student cases are at Sacandaga Elementary, the Middle School and two …

Glen-Worden and the HS to reopen on Tuesday, Nov. 24

Glen-Worden Elementary School and the High School will reopen on Tuesday, Nov. 24. Both were closed on Monday as the Schenectady County Public Health Services (SCPHS) continued its investigation into cases of COVID-19 at both schools. At the High School, it will be a Strong Day. Students assigned to that cohort should plan to be …

Staff member at Lincoln tests positive for COVID; one classroom excluded

A staff member at Lincoln Elementary has a confirmed case of COVID-19. Working with the Schenectady County Public Health Services (SCPHS), it has been determined that one classroom and its staff will be excluded from school. Lincoln will be open tomorrow. Everyone at the school is following health guidelines by wearing face masks and keeping …

HS closing on Monday, Nov. 23; students and teachers should not report

The high school will be closed tomorrow, Monday, Nov. 23, while the Schenectady County Public Health Services investigates a second case of COVID. No students or teachers should report to school tomorrow; office staff (12 month) should report. Because no teachers will be in the building, virtual instruction for the other two cohorts – Tartan …

Glen-Worden closed for students again on Monday, Nov. 23; some staff members report

Glen-Worden Elementary School will be closed for students again on Monday, Nov. 23. The school was closed for students and staff on Friday, Nov. 20, because of a positive COVID-19 test by a staff member, Several staff members are being investigated as part of the exposure and there are not enough substitutes to open the …

HS student tests positive for COVID-19; hasn’t been at school all week

A high school student has tested positive for COVID-19. The student has not been in the school building this week, Nov. 16-20. Schenectady County Public Health Services (SCPHS) will conduct an investigation and contact trace several students in connection with this case. Anyone affected will be contacted directly by the SCPHS and Principal Peter Bednarek. …

Glen-Worden closing on Friday, Nov. 20 for contact tracing after a positive COVID-19 case

Glen-Worden Elementary School will be closed tomorrow, Friday, November 20, while the Schenectady County Public Health Services (SCPHS) conducts an investigation and contact tracing related to a staff member who has tested positive for COVID-19 and that may affect several staff members who were potentially exposed. Due to the reduced staffing, school will be closed …

Updated Health Screener App Information

Updated Health Screener App Information Due to the new Department of Health guidance, we are asking parents and guardians to make a small adjustment in the way the health screener is submitted each morning. TO BEGIN THE SCREENER, PLEASE CONTINUE BY SELECTING THE NAME(S) OF THE CHILD(REN) TO SCREEN. If you have multiple children in …

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