S-G Middle School is a No Place for Hate School – again

Students pose with no place for hate banner
Students who attended the No Place for Hate ceremony at SUNY Albany
These students attended the “No Place for Hate” ceremony at SUNY Albany.

Scotia-Glenville Middle School has been recognized as a “No Place for Hate” school for the second straight year by the New York Anti-Defamation League.

Principal Robert Cosmer commended every Middle School student “for your continued hard work and support of this initiative.”

Pictured above are the middle school students who attended the No Place for Hate Ceremony on Wednesday , May 16th at SUNY Albany.

They receive a banner for the 2017-18 school year along with the S-G No Place for Hate coordinators, social worker Pam Lyle and guidance counselor Lucia Dixon.

These students attended the presentation:

  • Cameron Breslin
  • Kimberly Gross
  • Madeleine Cook
  • Nicolas Cyboron
  • Justin Adach
  • Delilah Kars
  • Ben Schallert- Jones

Read more about this honor at http://newyork.adl.org/noplaceforhate/