Classes canceled until Wednesday, April 15 by state order

Dear parents and guardians, Because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced today, March 27, that schools in New York state will remain closed until April 15. We are closely monitoring the situation at the state and local level and will let you know if that closure needs to be extended. Sporting practices …

Board of Education adopts $58.1 million budget for the 2020-21 school year

The Board of Education on Monday, March 23, unanimously adopted a budget for the 2020-21 school year that totals $58,160,883, a 2.12% increase over the current school budget. The spending plan carries a 2.66% tax levy increase, slightly below the 2.67% maximum tax levy for Scotia-Glenville set by the state using an eight-step formula. The …

K-12 learning resources during the school shutdown

During this time of separation, we wanted to share a link to K-12 resources both online and paper and pencil to help you and your child practice skills and content we have learned so far this year. These resources were developed to help students stay engaged. We encourage you and your child to take advantage …

Printed academic materials to be made available to parents

Updated Coronavirus information On Monday, March 23 we will have K-12 academic packets available for pickup or delivery. Printed materials are only provided to families without online access at this time. If you are interested in picking up a packet, please call or email your building principal and secretary to arrange (contact information is below). …

All S-G schools closed March 16-20 “out of an abundance of caution.”

Out of an abundance of caution in dealing with the COVID-19, coronavirus situation, all Scotia-Glenville schools will be closed during the week of March 16-20 for students. The situation will be evaluated after March 20 to determine if the closure should be extended. The central and school offices will be open during next week. While …

All activities involving community, visitor use of schools are canceled until at least April 20

I want to begin by assuring you that the school district is taking steps to limit the possibility of students or staff being exposed to the coronavirus (COVID-19). The health and well being of our community remains our priority. While there are no confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) among SG students or staff, the …

Incoming kindergarten teacher

COMMENT: When will we find out which teacher our incoming kindergartner is assigned for the 2020-2021 school year? RESPONSE: Those letters are typically mailed in mid-August each year by the school.

Superintendent proposes nearly $465,000 in reductions; no impact on current programs

Superintendent Susan Swartz recommended nearly $465,000 in budget reductions that involved shuffling administrators and combining grade 1 sections at Glendaal Elementary next year with no changes to the current academic program or layoffs. The Board of Education accepted her recommendations. The next Board of Education meeting was scheduled for 7 p.m. on March 23 at …

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