Education pathway for health related profession

High school seniors who are interested in pursuing a career in medicine are getting college experience with the Capital Region BOCES New Visions: Health Careers program. New Visions: Health Careers program turns area hospitals into classrooms for highly motivated, academically successful high school seniors. During the one year program, students learn through traditional methods (lecture, …

December 6 Webinar – Collaborate Rather than Dominate

A Process for Solving Difficult Problems The next Parents as Partners webinar is Tuesday, December 6 at 6:30 p.m. We all face challenging behavior and problems we must address with our children as they grow and move through the stages of development. Quite often, when challenging behavior occurs, our first instinct is to tighten the …

Scotia-Glenville HS Art Club featured at the Festival of Trees

The annual Schenectady County Historical Society event opens tomorrow, December 3. The Art Club, advised by teacher Kristin Bodden, created space themed decorations this year. The S-G tree is adorned with galaxy and astrological symbols and is situated at the YWCA of Schenectady through December 23. To walk through the wonderland of trees, there’s a …

Glendaal donates a variety of food items

During the month of November, the Glendaal Caring Community Committee ran a food drive at Glendaal to benefit the Scotia Food Pantry. Thank you to the students and families that brought in more than 500 food items which were sorted and organized by our student council members.

HS Students of the Quarter – November 2022

First Quarter, 2022-23 school year Art Colin Rainboth (Gr. 10)   Business Education Annabelle Wheeler (Gr. 12)   English Morgan Lorey (Gr. 12)   Family and Consumer Science Lillian Steward (Gr. 9)   World Languages Molly Juedes (Gr. 10)   Health Nathan DeWitt (Gr. 10)   Math Jaime Stark (Gr. 12)   Music Keira Smith …

How Sweet it Is to Raise Money for RMHC

Glendaal students went above and beyond with their fundraising efforts for the Read for Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region (RMHC-CR). And you know what that means, right? Participating students got to dump the fixings for a sundae all over Principal Eagan as he sat on stage in front of an amused student …

Let’s Hear it for the Girls of S-G!

Scotia-Glenville CSD was well-represented this weekend at the Girls on the Run 5K Students from Sacandaga, Glen-Worden, Lincoln, Glendaal, and the Middle School had teams that participated. Girls on the Run is a curriculum based running program for girls in grades 3-8 that focuses on social and emotional health. Coaches were made up of S-G …

High School High Honor Roll – November 2022

2022-23 school year, First Quarter To earn a place on the High Honor Roll, a student must have a cumulative average of 90+. Click on the grade below to go directly to that grade’s listing. Grade 9          Grade 10          Grade 11          Grade 12 9th Grade AbuZahra, Siham M Acosta, Noelle V Asoera, Taegan M Atkinson, Joselyn R Axon, …

High School Honor Roll – November 2022

2022-23 school year, First Quarter To earn a place on the Honor Roll, a student must have a cumulative average of 85-89.9. Click on the grade below to go directly to that grade’s listing. Grade 9          Grade 10          Grade 11          Grade 12 9th Grade Batson, Lucas M Branch-Whinnery, Jaden Q Callahan, Jaiden A Camarda, Hannah E Clark, Angelysse …

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