All six S-G schools recognized as ‘Schools in Good Standing’ under the new federal ESSA law

All six Scotia-Glenville schools have been deemed “Schools in Good Standing” by the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the successor to the No Child Left Behind law. “We are very pleased that, on this first release of ESSA data, that Scotia-Glenville met the standards in the various categories considered by the law,” said Superintendent …

Governor releases education aid proposal for 2018-19

On Tuesday, Jan. 15, New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo presented a state budget proposal that includes a $956 million school aid increase for 2019-20. Under the governor’s proposal, total school aid would be $27.7 billion, which represents a statewide increase of 3.6 percent. The executive budget proposal is the formal beginning of budget negotiations …

Congratulations to these 42 musicians who will perform at the Schenectady County Music Festival on Jan. 26

Congratulations to the 42 Scotia-Glenville High School students who will be part of the Schenectady County Music Association Music Festival. Our students will join approximately 200 students from Cobleskill-Richmondville, Mohonasen, Niskayuna, Schalmont, Schenectady, Voorheesville to perform in band, chorus and orchestra. The concert will take place on Saturday, January 26th at Mohonasen High School. The …

Interested in becoming a tutor? Interviews will be held on Jan. 30

Scotia-Glenville will be conducting interviews for anyone interested in becoming a tutor from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 30 at the Senior High School. A NYS teaching certificate is required to become a tutor. You need to call Sharon Riggi at 518-347-3600 ext. 72101 to set up an interview.

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