Childcare transportation request form due by August 1

Just a reminder – if your child receives bus transportation to or from school from a daycare provider, you must submit a new request form each year by Aug. 1. Just because the transportation was provided last year does not mean it will be provided this year, so please complete the child care request form. …

Lunch prices up by a dime in 2019-20

Lunch prices at Scotia-Glenville’s six cafeterias will increase by 10 cents in the 2019-20 school year. Elementary lunch (K-5) will be $2.45 each and a secondary lunch (6-12) will be $2.65. As well, a few a-la-carte items are increasing as well. Check out all the prices here – /cafeteria-prices/

Class of 2019 says goodbye to Scotia-Glenville High School

The 111th commencement ceremony for Scotia-Glenville High School was held at Proctor’s Theater on Saturday, June 29, 2019. A total of 199 students received diplomas. Here’s the program from the ceremony. Superintendent Susan Swartz said she sees great things ahead for the graduates. “I look at you and see your intelligence, compassion, energy and spirit….gifts …

Free lunches available at Collins Park, First Reformed Church this summer

The summer free lunch program will be held at Collins Park Pavilion by the Lake this summer Wednesday to Fridays from 11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for anyone 18 years and younger. The lunches will run from Wednesday, June 26 to Friday, August 30. In addition, First Reformed Church (224 North Ballston Ave.- Route 50, …

Summer reading suggestions announced by SG library media specialists

The SG Library Department is pleased to announce the 2019 summer reading suggestions for our students. Lists were created by Debbie Collins, Deb Byrne, Kari Moretti, Lauren Capuano, Maureen Palleschi and Liz Fawcett. Reading in the summer only enhances the love of literature. Our LMS’s also offer summer borrowing opportunities so SG families can have access …

Congratulations to the Class of 2019 Scholastic Honor Award recipients!

Congratulations to these graduating seniors who will receive Scholastic Honor Award medals at graduation on June 29. These students have completed their high school careers “with the highest achievement.” FIRST ROW (front): Emily McCarthy, Abigail Marola, Nhu Quynh Ngoc Duong, Tatiana Leggiero, Asia Winney, Alexandra Jerreld, Gabrielle Estes, and Katherine Gallagher SECOND ROW (middle): Mikayla …

Summer 2019 interscholastic athletic information

2019 Sports Season High School Health Office (518) 382-1250 HS Fax# (518) 386-4379 Middle School Health Office (518) 382-1266 MS Fax# (518) 386-4228 Dear Parents/Guardians and Students: In order for a student to participate in a school sponsored sport they MUST have the following: A Current Physical on file in our Health Office (within a …

10 graduating seniors recognized for playing sports at Division I or II colleges next year

A signing ceremony was held yesterday for these 10 graduating seniors who will attend a Division I or II college next year to continue playing their sports. They are: James Almond will be playing Lacrosse at the College of Saint Rose Abigail Bacon will be swimming at Central Connecticut State University Gwen Currie will be …

These six artists will be featured in the Festival of Young Artists 2019 at SPAC

Please congratulate the following students whose art works were selected and will be displayed at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center’s Festival of Young Artists 2019 on June 2. Alexa Lotano – “Shot at Brant Lake” Davinara Marcario – “Far From Home” Jarrod Jeffes – “Ice Jam” Mariel Calderon – “Everest” Rachael Rosenberg – “Home Away …

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