More than 230 coats donated to City Mission by S-G family

A coordinated effort to provided donated coats to the City Mission really paid off at Scotia-Glenville! The students in the Middle Schools Developmental Skills class collected over 110 coats at the Middle School! The High School Developmental Skills Class collected over 30 coats, and Diane Skibinski, school speech/language therapist,  collected 92 coats in one Saturday …

MS designated a “No Place for Hate” school for fourth time

Scotia-Glenville Middle School has been awarded a No Place for Hate designation for the 2019-2020 school year and once again with Gold Star honors! It is the school’s fourth annual designation. The honor is made by the Anti Defamation League. While much of our “on-site” work with initiatives like the kindness in chalk, power of peace, etc. occurred prior …

Highlighting student artwork from the 2019-20 school year

The Roving Art Show, 2020, highlights the work of 26 students, grades K-12, this year. COVID has changed how the show will be publicized. The artwork is usually shown at various locations, such as NYSSBA, Baptist Health Center, Holiday at the Atrium, various banks and Civale Chiropractic. The Artwork shown is work completed during the …

Scotia-Glenville twins making their mark in the Building Trades program at BOCES

Twins Cora and Isabel Tribunella, both juniors at Scotia-Glenville, are shaking things up in the Building Trades program at the Capital Region BOCES. Drawn to the program by a desire to challenge themselves, they are also enamored with the concept of challenging public perception. “For me, I think it’s important to get out of your …

Back to School today – September 14 – is a mix of in-person and virtual learning for thousands of SG students

The school year got off to a quick start today as thousands of students returned to school – or signed in from home – as they begin the 2020-21 school year. With masks on and practicing social distancing where possible, students and staff began a new school year filled with hope. And the sights were …

Glen-Worden grade 5 ‘reverse parade’ brightens the end of the year

Teachers and staff stood in front of the school and hooted and hollered, even setting off bubbles, as nearly 40 decorated cars drove through the grade 5 “reverse parade” today at Glen-Worden. Students were given Hawaiian-themed goodie bags, invitations to a final celebration on the last day of virtual classes on Wednesday and some received …

Lincoln staff and teachers bring joy to students’ homes during parade

On Tuesday, May 5, Lincoln staff and teachers in cars wound their way through the village streets to cheer students and families for their dedication and persistence during this virtual learning situation. They were greeted by families holding signs. Students were excited to see the folks from Lincoln right on their streets. Below are a …

Dress as Your Favorite Book Character Day at Glendaal

Glendaal Principal Tom Eagan dressed up as Peter Rabbit. Down the hallway, Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz was skipping along. Harry Potter and Spongebob Squarepants were sitting cross legged in their classrooms. Throughout the school, staff and students donned different outfits to show off their favorite book characters. There was no shortage of original …

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