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 …

Congratulations to the latest Athletic Hall of Fame inductees!

Congratulations to the latest inductees to the Athletic Hall of Fame! These individuals were inducted during the halftime at the football game on Friday and during the official ceremony on Saturday at the Glen Sanders Mansion. Pictured are the 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees. Danielle Schaub, class of 2005 – Cross Country/Indoor Track/Track & …

Athletic Department stresses the 7 C’s of Athletic Leadership through Service

Leadership through Service.  Service starts with your teammates and classmates.  Community service projects are wonderful acts of kindness and strongly supported, but those are 1 time functions.  We are referring to a deeper meaning….more of a lifestyle. To help everyone remember think of The 7 C’s of Athletic Leadership through Service. Choose the Right Things …

Board of Education receives capital project update

The Board of Education last night received an update on the $14 million capital project approved by the community in May. The update came from Matt Monaghan, from the SEI Design Group. Read about the capital project. Monaghan showed renderings of the proposed synthetic field as well as the reworked auditorium entrance to the high school …

August 13, 2018 Meeting Agenda and Minutes

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Regular Meeting of the Board of Education 6:30 PM – Codes of Conduct hearing 7:00 PM – Open Session District Office Scotia-Glenville Mission Statement The Scotia-Glenville Central School District is committed to providing an environment which allows students to realize their full potential and thus prepares them for life in an …

Capital project moving forward; BOE needs to trim proposal

Superintendent Susan Swartz continued the discussion of a potential capital project last night to the Board of Education and showed an outline that she admits was about $10 million more than the district should consider on May 16. Here’s the presentation she made at the meeting. The plan, which reflects what the BOE had been discussing …

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