Let’s Hear it for the Girls of S-G!

Scotia-Glenville CSD was well-represented this weekend at the Girls on the Run 5K Students from Sacandaga, Glen-Worden, Lincoln, Glendaal, and the Middle School had teams that participated. Girls on the Run is a curriculum based running program for girls in grades 3-8 that focuses on social and emotional health. Coaches were made up of S-G …

#WhatLiftsYou – Inspirational Wings Displayed at S-G Elementary Schools

For this year’s collaborative art project, elementary art students learned about contemporary artist Kelsey Montague, the founder of the global campaign #WhatLiftsYou. Ms. Montague is known around the world for her large-scale street murals that people can stand in front of to become part of the scene. Students designed one of a kind feathers using …

Lincoln Pumpkin Character Contest Winners

Lincoln Media Specialist, Lauren Capuano coordinated this annual contest for students to decorate a pumpkin like their favorite book character. K-2 entries were able to complete their creation with their family. Students in 3-5 were only allowed to get some assistance if needed, but directed to do most of the work themselves. Sixty five pumpkins …

November 1 Webinar on Depression and Suicide

Scotia-Glenville Central School District is continuing our partnership with Building Better Futures to provide the Parents as Partners Webinar Series 2022-23 to our staff and families. This opportunity is hosted by Educational Consultant and Trainer Jennifer Bashant, Ph.D., LMSW, MA. Dr. Bashant engages her audience with evidence-based strategies that will empower students, families and teachers to …

Thanksgiving Food Drive Through November 17

Concerned for the Hungry Lincoln students and staff are collecting boxes of macaroni and cheese to help give back to our community. A “Tom the Turkey” box is set up in the lobby. Please feed Tom mac and cheese to help support a local food service program, Concerned for the Hungry. Donations will be collected …

Sign up for DEI Focus Groups and Survey

S-G Wants Your Input on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Important Dates: Community Survey Sign up: Now! click here After you sign up, click DONE. Please note – if the screen below comes up, it is not part of the Scotia-Glenville survey. A link to take our DEI survey will be sent to the email you …

Establishing Parent-Teacher Relationships

Scotia-Glenville Central School District is continuing our partnership with Building Better Futures to provide the Parents as Partners Webinar Series 2022-23 to our staff and families. This opportunity is hosted by Educational Consultant and Trainer Jennifer Bashant, Ph.D., LMSW, MA. Dr. Bashant engages her audience with evidence-based strategies that will empower students, families and teachers …

Health and Safety Measures to Prevent COVID-19

Scotia-Glenville School District follows the guidance from the New York State Department of Health regarding COVID-19. This school year, the state is no longer releasing COVID-19 case numbers by school district; however, you can still track cases on a county level through this link: https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/positive-tests-over-time-region-and-county The following actions can help reduce the chances of getting …

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