High School National Honor Society application period reopens

High School National Honor Society Application Period re-opened: In consideration of the unique challenges presented this school year, the High School is re-opening the application period for National Honor Society for juniors and seniors.  The acceptance criteria for students applying will remain the same as it has been for all those who were previously inducted …

Mr. Cosmer wants MS students to end the school year Tartan Strong!

Middle School Principal Robert Cosmer is appealing to students to continue participating in their Google Meets and to be sure their cameras are on so the teacher knows they are participating. He said that participation has lagged lately and he’s hoping that students will participate in order to finish the school year in a strong …

Four students test positive for COVID-19

Four students – one high school student, two students at Sacandaga and one student at Lincoln – have tested positive for COVID-19. Only the Lincoln student requires contact tracing through the Schenectady County Public Health Services. Everyone at the school is following health guidelines by wearing face masks and keeping socially distant, including the individual …

Aspiring pediatrician Kaylee Clute competes at SkillsUSA

ALBANY – In the photo at left, aspiring pediatrician Kaylee Clute uses a bag valve mask on a mannequin while competing in the New York State SkillsUSA virtual competition this week. Clute, a senior from Scotia-Glenville, is one of 21 students from 12 different area school districts who are competing in the competition this week …

VIDEO: Congratulations to current seniors and juniors being inducted into the High School National Honor Society!

Check out the video below to watch as members of the senior and junior classes are being recognized for their induction into the HS National Honor Society. The seniors were inducted last year, without a ceremony, and the juniors are being inducted this year. Information regarding the application process was available from January 12th through February …

Board of Education receives budget update; projected tax levy increase dropped to 0.13

Thanks to a boost in state aid, the Board of Education heard last night that the projected tax increase for the $59.1 million budget proposal will be at the state’s maximum tax levy cap for S-G of 0.13%. That figure is lower than the 2.02% tax levy increase the board had been considering when board …

Congratulations to 12 HS students who are showing work at the Capital Region Media Arts Festival

Congratulations, the following 12 High School students have artwork in the Capital Region Media Arts Festival. This year 18 school districts submitted 182 pieces. There will be a virtual reception on Friday, April 16th for the artists and their families. Noah Braender Sophia Burton Kelly Fitzgerald Tia Jack Brenna Jahn Caroline LaQue Abigail McKenna Lucas …

MS student tests positive for COVID-19

A student at the Middle School has tested positive for COVID-19.  The Schenectady County Public Health Service (SCPHS) has begun an investigation. Everyone at the school is following health guidelines by wearing face masks and keeping socially distant, including the individual who tested positive. All staff members and students complete a series of health questions …

Virtual state testing days

COMMENT: For the testing days, when will the virtual kids be going in for testing? RESPONSE: This schedule was released a few weeks ago. Go to the bottom of the page to see the Virtual testing days – https://www.scotiaglenvilleschools.org/information-about-grades-3-8-state-testing-virtual-parent-survey-for-the-tests/

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