Parents as Partners Webinar series for 2021-22, next session is October 20

A series of webinars will be held this year regarding parenting issues such as recognizing a child’s anxiety, natural ways to boost your mood and improve your sleep, motivating a child from within, helping a child manage strong emotions and boosting a child’s emotional intelligence. Here’s the full list with descriptions. The webinars are held …

Scholarships 2020-21

2021 Scholarship Opportunities February 1, 2021 AMOUNTS OF AWARDS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE (Amounts listed are from previous year) SCHOLARSHIPS 1 – 11: Require a specific application (available online or in the Guidance Office) The attached Standard Application is also required for all Scholarships 1-45 All students must hand in the completed application to Mrs. …

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NHS requirements for membership

Scotia – Glenville High School Chapter of the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Requirements for membership Membership is based on four categories: Scholarship, Leadership & participation, Service, and Character 1.  Scholarship:  88% cumulative average ( By the middle of Junior year) 2.  Leadership: A) Two years of active participation in two clubs, organizations or teams.  Clubs, organizations …

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COVID notifications

NYS COVID TRACKER – this is the site where the school district reports its positive COVID cases every day. Scotia-Glenville Families, In order to keep you informed of the COVID infection situation in the school district, we will be posting any cases on this page in the future. We will no longer send or post …

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Welcome back to school letter from Superintendent Susan Swartz

Dear Parents / Guardians: I would like to welcome you and your child(ren) to the 2021 – 2022 school year!  Though this letter contains our best thinking as a school district at this time, the situation remains fluid and changes are possible.  Any changes that are made will be posted to our website and you …

Scotia-Glenville Learning Program Guide

Scotia-Glenville CSD Learning Program Guide for the 2021-2022 School Year Jump to:   In-Person Learning    |    Limited Virtual Learning for Medically Vulnerable Students In-Person Learning Below is an outline of what in-person learning may look like in Scotia-Glenville, grades K-12, for the 2021-2022 school year. This is painted in broad strokes and not …

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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