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 …

Congratulations to Scotia-Glenville’s Academic Honor Medalists

Here are the senior recipients of Academic Honor Medals at graduation. This honor is bestowed on the students with the highest cumulative averages over their high school careers: Scotia-Glenville’s Academic Medal Recipients, as well as their choice of college, are as follows: Katelyn Adis, daughter of William and Nancy Adis, plans to attend SUNY Geneseo …

More than 100 Earth Science students and staff explore observatory with Siena astronomer

Today, more than 100 Earth Science students, teachers and others had the unique opportunity to virtually meet with a regional astronomer from the Dudley Observatory at Siena College, Dr. Valerie Rapson. Students researched and prepared questions about astronomy weeks before Dr. Rapson’s virtual visit and she graciously took the time to answer each one in …

Glen-Worden teachers and staff say “thanks” to parents for what they are doing for students

With this being Teacher Appreciation Week, teachers and staff at Glen-Worden decided to turn that idea around a bit – nearly 40 cars marched through the area thanking parents for everything they are doing for students at home. The more than two-hour parade, filled with brightly decorated cars and trucks, wound through the bus routes …

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