Parents as Partners Webinar series for 2021-22, next session is October 20

A series of webinars will be held this year regarding parenting issues such as recognizing a child’s anxiety, natural ways to boost your mood and improve your sleep, motivating a child from within, helping a child manage strong emotions and boosting a child’s emotional intelligence. Here’s the full list with descriptions. The webinars are held …

If your children receive SG transportation, please complete a survey in PowerSchool

Scotia-Glenville School District continues to have a school bus driver shortage which is a local, regional and national problem.  This along with the uncertainty of Covid-19 impacts staffing and creates staff shortages.  These short-falls result in bus schedules and bus stops having to be amended to transport students in a timely and safe manner. The …

2021 Advance Child Tax Credit information

The IRS has put out information about the 2021 Advance Child Tax Credit, the program that is sending payments to families with children. Please check below for information in both English and Spanish. Check out this information: An overview of the program (English) An overview of the program (English) An overview of the program (English) …

SchoolMessenger to replace Blackboard Connect this winter

In our ongoing effort to increase high quality, timely communications between home and school, Scotia-Glenville schools is moving to a new notification and alert system, SchoolMessenger. SchoolMessenger will replace our current system, Blackboard Connect, by Winter of 2021. SchoolMessenger is designed to automatically notify parents by phone, email and/or text message. SchoolMessenger will extend our …

YMCA to again offer before and after school care at S-G schools

The YMCA will again offer before- and after-school care at S-G’s four elementary schools. Here is more information: The Capital District YMCA offers before- and after-school care at the four Scotia-Glenville elementary schools – Glendaal, Glen-Worden, Lincoln and Sacandaga. The Scotia-Glenville School District program is held from 7 a.m.-8:30 a.m. and from the school’s dismissal …

Welcome back to school letter from Superintendent Susan Swartz

Dear Parents / Guardians: I would like to welcome you and your child(ren) to the 2021 – 2022 school year!  Though this letter contains our best thinking as a school district at this time, the situation remains fluid and changes are possible.  Any changes that are made will be posted to our website and you …

Scotia-Glenville Learning Program Guide

Scotia-Glenville CSD Learning Program Guide for the 2021-2022 School Year Jump to:   In-Person Learning    |    Limited Virtual Learning for Medically Vulnerable Students In-Person Learning Below is an outline of what in-person learning may look like in Scotia-Glenville, grades K-12, for the 2021-2022 school year. This is painted in broad strokes and not …

Scotia-Glenville Operating Plan, 2021-2022

Scotia-Glenville 2021-2022 Health-Safety Risk COVID-19 Layered Mitigation Protocol Originally published: August 2021 The following document was developed by schools throughout the Capital Region in conjunction with the Capital Region BOCES.  Guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), Schenectady County Public Health Services (SCPHS), Occupational Safety and Health Administration …

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