Call for presenters for the SG Wellness Day in October

Do you have a skill or expertise that you’d like to share with SG staff during their Wellness Day in October? The purpose of this day is to provide our staff with an opportunity to enhance their personal wellness, cultivate a positive school culture, and promote school-wide wellness strategies. If so, submit this registration form …

Girl Scout Troop 2637 and SG grade 8 students brighten the Animal Protective Foundation with their Silver Award Projects

On Monday, there was a ribbon cutting ceremony at the APF (Animal Protective Foundation in Scotia) for the projects completed over the past eight months by girls in Girl Scout Troop 2637 as part of their Silver Awards. The grade 8 students involved in the projects are Kayla Bonney, Claire Harris, Grace Heiner, Calista Butler …

Many thanks to these supporters of the PTSA After Prom!

The After Prom party at Via Port would not have been possible without the support of these organizations. Many thanks from Scotia-Glenville! These organizations supported the After Prom: Bellamy Construction Brenda Mayette, Miranda Real Estate Charlie Palmer Insurance CME Equipment Transport, LLC Dairy Circus David Coppola, DDS DeLuke Orthodontics Dimension Fabricators Empire Self Storage, LLC …

Congratulations to four SG students inducted into the National Technical Honor Society

Four Scotia-Glenville students were among the 58 Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School students inducted into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) on Tuesday, May 28 during a ceremony at South Colonie Central High School. Those honored came from a cross section of Career and Technical Education programs, from welding, heating and criminal justice …

Summer 2019 interscholastic athletic information

2019 Sports Season High School Health Office (518) 382-1250 HS Fax# (518) 386-4379 Middle School Health Office (518) 382-1266 MS Fax# (518) 386-4228 Dear Parents/Guardians and Students: In order for a student to participate in a school sponsored sport they MUST have the following: A Current Physical on file in our Health Office (within a …

10 graduating seniors recognized for playing sports at Division I or II colleges next year

A signing ceremony was held yesterday for these 10 graduating seniors who will attend a Division I or II college next year to continue playing their sports. They are: James Almond will be playing Lacrosse at the College of Saint Rose Abigail Bacon will be swimming at Central Connecticut State University Gwen Currie will be …

Athletic Hall of Fame nominations are due by June 21

Nominations are open for the annual Athletic Hall of Fame, which recognizes former athletes or coaches. The nominations are due by June 21. Here is the nomination form. The recognition has a few rules. A nominee must: have graduated from Scotia-Glenville High School a minimum of four years previous to the present or deserve special …

These six artists will be featured in the Festival of Young Artists 2019 at SPAC

Please congratulate the following students whose art works were selected and will be displayed at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center’s Festival of Young Artists 2019 on June 2. Alexa Lotano – “Shot at Brant Lake” Davinara Marcario – “Far From Home” Jarrod Jeffes – “Ice Jam” Mariel Calderon – “Everest” Rachael Rosenberg – “Home Away …

2018-19 budget at a glance

2018-19 Budget At a Glance Approved 2018-19 budget: $55,989,676 Spending Increase: $2,582,710 or 4.8 percent Tax levy increase: $958,412 or 3.36 percent On May 15, 2018, the Scotia-Glenville community approved the: $55.989 million 2018-19 budget: 1,480 YES votes and 493 NO votes (75% to 25%). Spending increase of 4.84 percent and projected tax increase of …

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