Computers for kids program collecting names of students who need computers

These days, students need more than pen, paper and pencil to succeed at school. They usually need access to a computer, especially at the middle and high schools. The collaboration between Scotia-Glenville and the Scotia-Glenville Educational Foundation to make sure all students have computers has kicked off for the fall. High school students refurbish computers …

Welcome back to school! Check out a few photos from all six schools.

Scotia-Glenville students returned to class today well rested and with plans to have a great year! Here are a few photos from each building on opening day – Glendaal Check out more opening day photos from Glendaal – https://www.facebook.com/pg/ScotiaGlenvilleSchools/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1720737598023737 Glen-Worden Check out more photos from Glen-Worden’s opening day – https://www.facebook.com/pg/ScotiaGlenvilleSchools/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1720740394690124 Lincoln Check out more photos from Lincoln’s …

Athletic Department stresses the 7 C’s of Athletic Leadership through Service

Leadership through Service.  Service starts with your teammates and classmates.  Community service projects are wonderful acts of kindness and strongly supported, but those are 1 time functions.  We are referring to a deeper meaning….more of a lifestyle. To help everyone remember think of The 7 C’s of Athletic Leadership through Service. Choose the Right Things …

Advice for incoming kindergarten students – and their parents

This article in Parent Today is a perfect companion for the family preparing to send their child to kindergarten this year. There are also tips to help you make your child success in kindergarten. Check it out here – https://www.parenttoday.org/parents-can-help-now-ease-the-transition-to-kindergarten/

Be sure your child gets a physical before school starts if necessary

Beginning July 1, 2018, all new students enrolling in the district for the first time—along with children entering prekindergarten, kindergarten, and grades 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11 in the fall—are required to have a health exam. In addition, children entering grades 7-9 are required to have one dose of the meningococcal vaccine, and …

Board of Education receives capital project update

The Board of Education last night received an update on the $14 million capital project approved by the community in May. The update came from Matt Monaghan, from the SEI Design Group. Read about the capital project. Monaghan showed renderings of the proposed synthetic field as well as the reworked auditorium entrance to the high school …

Lincoln’s show highlights student talent

Lincoln Elementary’s talent show on Tuesday included 17 performers in grades 2-5 who dazzled family and guests with a wide variety of acts, including ribbon dancing, piano playing, singing, ukulele playing, gymnastics, Tae Kwon Do, and instrumentals. Some grade 5 students worked the stage crew and served as the masters of ceremonies for the evening. …

Retiring staff and students are recognized by the Board of Education

Congratulations to the students and retiring staff who were recognized last night by the Board of Education. These class of 2018 members were recognized: Marina Onderdonk Milne, Olivia Jack, Kate Hillis, Mallory Jones, Grace Purvis and Lauren Zeglen. These staff members were recognized: Elizabeth Beauregard, Robin Bennett, Marianne Burke, Catherine Cawley, Deborah Cieslak, Gail Collins, …

BOE members praise students and retiring staff

Board of Education members paid tribute to these students: Marina Onderdonk Milne, Olivia Jack, Kate Hillis, Mallory Jones, Grace Purvis and Lauren Zeglen and to these retiring staff members: Elizabeth Beauregard, Robin Bennett, Marianne Burke, Catherine Cawley, Deborah Cieslak, Gail Collins, Darrell Doak, Susanne Doyle, Mark Gatta, Sr., James Giammattei, Randy Jenkins, Kelly Millington, Mary Frances (Fran) Muscatiello, Laura O’Keefe, Lysle Perry, Joyce Relyea, …