Aspiring pediatrician Kaylee Clute competes at SkillsUSA

ALBANY – In the photo at left, aspiring pediatrician Kaylee Clute uses a bag valve mask on a mannequin while competing in the New York State SkillsUSA virtual competition this week. Clute, a senior from Scotia-Glenville, is one of 21 students from 12 different area school districts who are competing in the competition this week …

Congratulations to 12 HS students who are showing work at the Capital Region Media Arts Festival

Congratulations, the following 12 High School students have artwork in the Capital Region Media Arts Festival. This year 18 school districts submitted 182 pieces. There will be a virtual reception on Friday, April 16th for the artists and their families. Noah Braender Sophia Burton Kelly Fitzgerald Tia Jack Brenna Jahn Caroline LaQue Abigail McKenna Lucas …

Glendaal students’ artwork to be displayed at the National Museum of Racing

Congratulations to the following Glendaal students whose artwork will be displayed in the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame 2021 Student Art show! Evelyn Anderson, grade 4 Alyson Cossart, grade 4 Alexander Haldeman, grade 4 Reegan Keating, grade 3 Carly Mott, grade 5 Claire Sacco, grade 5 Avree Venditti, grade 5 The show …

Five S-G high school students and two teachers participate in Capital District Regional Science Bowl

A team of Scotia-Glenville High School students participated in the regional competition for the 2021 National Science Bowl (NSB) this past weekend. The event is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and, historically, the competition has always been held in person at the GE Global Research Center in Niskayuna, NY. This year, the …

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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