SGHS students create and design a Christmas tree for the Festival of Trees

40 students in the Scotia-Glenville High School Art Club, under the direction of Stephani Dimopoulos, created and designed the decorations for a Christmas tree that will be on display at the Schenectady Festival of Trees at the YWCA/Schenectady County Historical Society, 32 Washington Avenue Schenectady, from Dec. 7 to 22. The theme was artist Keith …

79 students inducted into the National Junior Honor Society

A total of 79 students and their families were inducted to the National Junior Honor Society on Nov. 7. According to that website, the requirements to become a member of the NJHS are: Scholarship Per national guidelines, at a minimum, students must have a cumulative GPA of 85, B, 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or …

2-1-1 can connect distressed families to help

Dialing 2-1-1 can help parents and guardians quickly, easily and anonymously connect to resources within their communities. 2-1-1 is a nationwide toll-free dial-in service and website to help people in non-emergency situations access local public health and safety resources, including getting help with food, shelter or non-emergency mental health care; tax assistance and veterans’ services; …

“Tartan Plungers” raise nearly $9,000 for Special Olympics

Icy cold probably doesn’t even BEGIN to explain… More than 80 Scotia-Glenville High School GIVE students, staff and community members took part in the Special Olympics New York Polar Plunge at Shepard Park Beach in Lake George on November 9th. The Tartan Plungers raised $8,928 through donations for Special Olympics in their fourth year of …

S-G students participate in Foothills Athletic Summit

Varsity Club Leadership Academy members attended the annual Foothills Athletic Summit on Nov.7 at Fulton-Montgomery Community College.  The students worked on creating programs to help teach youth sports about Character, as well as, discussed ways to give back to our local communities. These students participated: Grade 12                    Josh Jeffes Jazmyne Corker Caroline Rooney Grade 11 …

Congratulations to these MS and HS student musicians!

Congratulations to the following 19 middle and high school students who have been accepted into the Suburban Council Music Festival on January 10-11 at Niskayuna High School. Orchestra: Rebecca Carpenter Jordan  Manocchi Ethan Wilson Alyeene Zebrowski Orchestra Percussion: Connor Merenberg Caroline LaQue Band Camryn Munro Meghan Toftegaard Chorus Anabella Candida           Emily Heiner      Maddie Herron Manny …

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