An update on year-end High School activities like the prom/promenade, senior banquet, senior picnic and graduation

High School Year-end Events 2021 Scotia Glenville High School recognizes the importance of the many hallmark events that traditionally occur during the junior and senior year of high school including National Honor Society, Prom, Senior Banquet, Senior Awards, Senior Picnic and Graduation.  The District also acknowledges the loss and/or changes to these events due to …

Reminders from Mr. Bednarek about year-end testing and vaccines

All parents of students who are currently enrolled in the following Regents courses should have received a letter from Mr. Bednarek:  ELA 11, Algebra, Earth Science, Living Environment.  Please carefully review the contents of this letter regarding the administration of Regents Exams for these courses. Please answer the 2-question survey regarding Regents Exams in the PowerSchool …

When will MS recognitions begin?

COMMENT: Hello there! Just wanted to ask whether or not and students have been recognized for effort. Effort for meets, participation, dedication to school…etc.     Mr. Cosmer had mentioned that they would start recognizing students on April 19th via Scotia Glenville webpage, as well as the news in the morning. I haven’t seen anything on the …

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HS and MS calendar changes in May

Please note these calendar changes for high school and middle school students: 1.   For High School students only – May 7, which is currently listed as a half day (was to be for prom), will be a full day of instruction. The  half day for High School students moves to Friday, May 21. 2.   For …

Student at Sacandaga Elementary tests positive for COVID-19

A student at Sacandaga Elementary has tested positive for COVID-19. No contact tracing at school will be necessary in this case because the student has not been at school. 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 …

Public Information meetings about the $12.8 million capital project to be held on April 21 and May 5

Community to consider $12.8 million capital project on May 18 The project is summarized on this brochure. Proposal will not impact taxes; older debt is being retired Furnace and roof replacements, reconstruction of parking lots and bus loops, new public address systems, replacement of lead water lines and a host of other renovations and upgrades …

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 …

MS student tests positive for COVID-19; no contact tracing needed

A student at the Middle School has tested positive for COVID-19.  No contact tracing is necessary because the student has not been in school this week and the previous week was a vacation week. Everyone at the school is following health guidelines by wearing face masks and keeping socially distant, including the individual who tested …

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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 …

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