June 1 there will be no regular HS classes

Reminder for all HS Students: Next Thursday, June 1 there will be no regular classes. Only students sitting for the US History Regents Exam should report to school at the usual start time. The exam will begin at 8:00 a.m. There will be bus transportation in the morning and grab & go breakfast available in …

SPAC’s Festival of Young Artists

Sunday, June 4 from 2:00-5:30 p.m. The Saratoga Performing Arts Center will host a festival of student pop-up performances, fine art displays, food stands, poetry slams, workshops, and activities.  Many young artists gather to present a concert on SPAC’s main stage, featuring large-scale productions that combine visual art, music, poetry, and dance. Admission is free. …

Antique restoration project fuels career passions

The restoration of an antique 1929 gas pump filled students tanks with new skills and prepared them for a secondary career or hobby. During the last few months in the Capital Region BOCES Auto Body and Collision Repair program, juniors, Caiden Marks and Anthony Mango, fully restored the antique, repairing rust damage and holes in …

Learn about careers in education

Open to current high school students, college students, community members, and non instructional staff of any school district On Wednesday, June 14, from 6-8 p.m. Shenendehowa High School is hosting an event to generate interest in teaching in the Capital Region. Teachers in certain specialty areas are in high demand. This event is geared to …

Softball team presents donation to To Life!

The Scotia-Glenville softball team recently presents a $703 donation to To Life!, a Capital Region-based not-for-profit organization that focuses on breast cancer support and education. The team raised the funds through their Pink Out Day for breast cancer awareness, an event planned by senior Isabella Herold. Isabella was inspired to make a difference after her …

Unifying our school community through literature

Scotia-Glenville’s first districtwide book fair sold $17,323 in books in just 2 days. The event encouraged the joy of reading. “Our public librarian even ran out of the 200 library card applications – and we just photocopied more,” said S-G’s Head Library Media Specialist, Liz Fawcett. “Your big heart and passion for literacy in our …

Taking lung health into his own hands

Two specialists in respiratory issues recently shared their knowledge with students in the New Visions: Health Careers program. S-G senior Zach Place watched as the registered nurses from Ellis Medicine used pig lungs to show the impacts of smoking, asthma, COPD and other respiratory issues. Then Zach applied what he just learned, using a bag …

Class of 2024 Senior Portraits by Appointment

Rising seniors, Upstate Images photographers will be taking portraits on June 20-22 and June 26-27 in the music room at the high school. You must schedule an appointment by June 6. If you have not already, you can schedule online through this link, or by phone 1-855-773-3321. The studio will provide a tux, drape, and cap …

2023-24 budget and school board results

May 16, 2023 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Scotia-Glenville CSD budget approved by voters On Tuesday, Scotia-Glenville Central School District voters approved the district’s proposed $62,959,582 budget for the 2023-24 school year by a margin of 823-223; and elected Karnjit Singh (678 votes), Kimberly Boucher Furnish (695 votes), and Pamela Carbone (629 votes) to serve three-year terms …

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