Taste of Scotia coming to the HS cafeteria on April 1

Mark your calendars for the 2019 Taste of Scotia-Glenville! Monday, April 1, 6 pm-8 pm, S-G High School Cafeteria. $15.00 advanced tickets will go on sale in March, and tickets will be $18.00 at the door. This dinner event will feature delicious samples from your favorite local restaurants and a silent auction with items from local …

SAVE THE DATE: Founders Day will be held on March 27

The annual Founders Day recognition dinner will be held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27 at the Glen Sanders Mansion. Dinner reservations are due by Monday, March 18. The meal choices will be: Sliced sirloin beef with shallot demi glaze Chicken Francaise over wilted greens with lemon beurre blanc Butternut squash ravioli You can …

Congratulations to these eight PTA Reflections regional winners

Congratulation to the eight Scotia-Glenville students who will participate in the state’s level of the NYS PTA Reflections contest after winning at the regional competition. Students in grades K-9 created entries in film, literature, visual arts, photography, music and dance for the competition. This year’s theme was “Heroes Around Me.” The S-G students heading to …

SPAC’s Classical Kids program treating grades 4 and 5 on May 9

Saratoga Performing Arts Center is offering its free “Classical Kids” program, sponsored by Union College, to all 4th and 5th grade students at Scotia-Glenville on May 9th in the HS auditorium at 9:30. Approximately 10,000 students all over the Capital Region are reached by this program each year. The program brings professional dancers or musicians into schools for …

The weather outside is frightful…be sure your children are dressed appropriately; bus garage has no phone service

Because of today’s frigid temperatures, please be sure your children are dressed appropriately. If they are picked up by a bus, keep them inside your home or a car until you see the bus coming. Also, the transportation office has no electricity or phone service. Please call the district office at 518-347-3600 with any questions …

BOE receives update on May 2018 capital project

SEI Design Group architects Matthew Monaghan and Matthew Schools updated the Board of Education on the $14 million capital project approved by the S-G community last May. Here is their January 28, 2019 presentation. They expect state approval in late February with construction bids awarded in mid-April. Work on these parts of the project would …

All six S-G schools recognized as ‘Schools in Good Standing’ under the new federal ESSA law

All six Scotia-Glenville schools have been deemed “Schools in Good Standing” by the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the successor to the No Child Left Behind law. “We are very pleased that, on this first release of ESSA data, that Scotia-Glenville met the standards in the various categories considered by the law,” said Superintendent …

Cookie Fundraiser on Dec. 8 will benefit the Weekend Backpack program and high school food pantry

You could slave over a hot stove to make cookies for hours on end this holiday season…or you could grab cookies by the pound at a fundraiser Saturday, Dec. 8, 12-4 p.m., at the First Reformed Church, 224 North Ballston Ave., Scotia. And you’d be helping a necessary cause – the Weekend Backpack Program that …

Students recognized for their creativity in the PTA Reflections contest

Before an audience of at least 75 parents, grandparents and friends, 40 students from four SG schools received recognition for their creative efforts in this year’s National PTA Reflections Contest. The event was held in the Sacandaga Elementary School gymnasium last night,Tuesday, Dec. 4. The theme of the contest was “Heroes Around Me.” The district-wide winners were …

Connection Circle to be held on Thursday, Dec. 6; SG wants to hear from families and students

With nearly 2,500 students and families in Scotia-Glenville schools, there are that many individual personalities and needs. The job of our school district is to ensure that we are a welcoming, tolerant, open place for all students and families. It’s hard to do that if we don’t know what those individual personalities need and expect …

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