School tax bills to drop by 0.45% this September

For the fourth time in 12 years, the Scotia-Glenville tax rate will decline this September, saving the typical taxpayer (with a $160,000 assessment) about $17 off their September tax bill. “We are very pleased to be able to, once again, cut taxes albeit in a small way,” said Superintendent Susan Swartz. “We tell our community …

113th Scotia-Glenville Commencement held at Saratoga Performing Arts Center

A slight breeze hid the 90+ degree weather during Scotia-Glenville’s 113th commencement for the Class of 2021 at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center Monday evening. The more than 200 S-G graduates didn’t seem to mind the heat, and neither did their parents. Many waved the graduation program to create a breeze and keep cool. Check …

Susan Swartz graduation address 2021

Good evening.  Members of the Board of Education, Ms. Swain, Mr. Bednarek, Mr. Fyvie, Ms. Nofri, members of Administrative Council, members of the Faculty, Honored Guests, Parents and Family Members, and the Graduating Class of 2021: I welcome you to the 113th Commencement of the Scotia-Glenville Senior High School.  Tonight’s ceremony is a culmination of …

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Lia DeCarlo’s graduation speech

Good evening. I would like to begin by thanking all of the faculty at Scotia Glenville School District and by congratulating my fellow graduates. And thank you to family and friends for joining us here tonight, we truly would not be here without all of you. I am so proud of all of us, as …

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Emma Mathes’s graduation speech

First and foremost, I’d like to thank the faculty for the efforts they have put into making these past four years memorable.  Especially this last year. I’d also like to thank the parents for those rides to practice and band rehearsals,  cheering us on at every sporting event, attending  every concert and play,  encouraging us …

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Middle School’s GIVE Garden flourishing with student help

Marika Tierney’s Developmental Skills Grade 6-8 classroom has had a busy spring! They have incorporated all aspects of the garden into their science curriculum, starting with the germination process in the classroom, monitoring their progress and transplanting them in the garden.  The school garden is an essential component of a vibrant healthy and sustainable community.  …

Congratulations to the Glendaal Bike Safety Contest winners!

Congratulations to our three Glendaal Bike Safety Contest Winners! Brennan Hammonds (5th grade) won the bike lights. His teacher is Geoff Olsen. Jordan Lewis (3rd grade) won the bike helmet. Her teacher is Gina Brown. And Madilyn Davis, a 4th grader in Tana Case‘s class, won the brand new BIKE!! She cannot wait to ride …

Additional information for Facebook users

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