Check out these summer enrichment opportunities!

Check out these enrichment opportunities for students in grades K-12 this summer. Grades K-5: Summer Adventure enrichment program Summer vacation may look a bit different this year — but Capital Region BOCES has eight weeks of activities to keep children engaged all summer long! Capital Region BOCES has partnered with its 24 component school districts …

Special instructions for parents registering their children for school

Dear Parent/Guardians: Welcome to Scotia-Glenville Central Schools!  We know this year is especially trying for families who are moving or have students entering school for the first time and we hope to make this transition as smooth as possible! As we continue our efforts to keep our families, students, and staff safe and healthy, we …

Food program from school ending on Monday, June 29

The breakfast/lunch distribution program from the high school put into place in March is ending on Monday, June 29; the last day of deliveries will be Tuesday, June 30. On Monday, two lunches and one breakfast will be distributed on the last day – enough for Monday and Tuesday. On Tuesday, the lasts day of …

Thank You, Scotia-Glenville!

The 2020-21 budget was approved today by a margin of 2,403 to 1,184, 67% to 33%. The bus purchase proposal was approved by a vote of 2,294 to 1,287, 64% to 36%. For the Board of Education, the top THREE vote getters were elected: David Bucciferro, 2,267 Richard Frederick, 2,247 Pamela Carbone, 2,095 Kimberly Boucher …

Grade 8 students get a fond send off during “reverse parade” at the Middle School

The second part of the grade 8 graduation/moving up ceremony was held today through a “reverse parade,” in which families returned to the middle school to the cheers of staff standing on the front sidewalk. About 170 families drove through the loop in front of the building during the parade, said Principal Robert Cosmer. The …

Letter to the community about appreciating each other during these trying times

To our families and members of the Scotia-Glenville community: At a time when our community and nation were already in upheaval due to the pandemic, a second crisis occurred with the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis.  Mr. Floyd’s death has led to protests throughout the world, including those held in Schenectady, Albany, Troy and …

Congratulations to these Scotia-Glenville retirees

The Board of Education on Monday honored the district employees who are retiring by June 30. Congratulations to this list of educators and staff members – you will be hard to replace! The 13 staff members represent a combined 314 years of experience. These staff members were recognized on Monday: David Bond – Custodian – …

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