Information for Scotia-Glenville staff members
- *Annual mandatory safe schools trainings
- *Annual mandatory medical emergencies
- Help desk
- Other resources
- Permitted time off to vote
- Staff emails
- TartanEd teach, tech and learn
- Useful links (substitute coordination, PowerTeacher, PowerSchool)
- Workplace notices and insurance
Revisions to Section 201 of the New York State Labor Law require all mandatory labor postings be made available to employees electronically. Click here to review the list of postings.
COVID coverage changes effective May 12, 2023
The school district has entered into an agreement with M&S EAP to provide an Employee Assistance Program for 2023.
- To access online resources, please visit mseap.com and click “Work / Life Login” at the top.
- Use the access code WELL to sign in, or create your own account.
- Live Chat is also available on the website!
Your EAP Benefits
- Is 100% confidential
- Covers four virtual, face-to-face, or telephonic sessions with a counselor, per person attending
- Services also cover all residents of the home
- Monthly newsletters
- Access to additional resources such as legal, financial, support groups, housing, etc.
- Sessions are renewable as long as you have a two-month break in counseling
- Services are accessible 24/7/365
When can the EAP help?
M&S EAP is here to help you through many difficult situations, including but not limited to:
- Marital & Family Related Issues
- Children & Adolescents
- Anger, Stress, & Time Management
- Grief & Loss
- Alcohol & Substance Abuse
- Elder Care Concerns
- Domestic Abuse
- Job-Related Stress
Details for Specific EAP Resources
- Balance financial fitness
- Estate planning benefits
- Free legal services
- Family law benefits
- Identity theft protection
Frequently Asked Questions
When should I use my EAP?
Anytime! If you or your family are experiencing a difficult time in areas of stress, anxiety,
depression, family-related issues, substance abuse, or any other problem area, we are available 24/7.
Who is covered?
All household members are welcome to use the program, even if you, as the covered employee, do
not. Household members may contact us directly.
Click here for details and requirements regarding taking time off to vote.
Beginning in January 2022, the NYS DOH made self-certification forms available for employees to use to evidence the order of isolation or quarantine required under the law. Employees may complete the appropriate affirmation to satisfy the law’s requirement that they have an order of isolation or quarantine, as applicable, from a duly authorized government authority.
The NYS DOL guidance also takes the position that employees may take up to three periods of leave under the law since the onset. However, for the second and third periods, eligibility must be evidenced by a positive COVID 19 test, and the employee must submit documentation from “a licensed medical provider or testing facility” confirming the positive result, unless the employer performed the test. As a result, under the current guidance, a positive at-home test would not be sufficient to establish eligibility for a second or third period of COVID-19 leave under the law.
Starting September 1, 2022, Scotia-Glenville Central School District will be requiring a positive PCR test from all employees requesting to utilize the New York State Covid-19 Sick Leave Pay.
The links below will bring you to the affirmation of isolation form you may use in conjunction with your results.
Isolation: click here
Quarantine: click here
Message to members of the NYSLRS regarding retirement
Outlook O365 Email
- Log into the O365 email for Scotia-Glenville employees.
- Directions for setting up your O365 Scotia-Glenville email account.
The substitute coordination service is provided through Capital Region BOCES.
Access the Power Teacher sign-in page.
Access the PowerSchool sign-in page.
Click here for a comprehensive trainings site for teachers to use while transitioning to online learning.
Click here for the SafeSchools login and directions for the trainings you are required to complete.
All Scotia-Glenville faculty, staff and substitutes now have the ability to complete their annual training requirement electronically. These trainings include HazCom, sexual harassment, SAVE: Dignity for all Students Act and Safe Schools Against Violence in Education, and more.
Additional training will be provided for departments including, but not limited to, Facilities and Operations, School Nurses, Art, Science, Technology, Transportation, those identified as ‘at risk’ by the district’s Exposure Control Plan, etc.
We’re confident you’ll find these courses to be informative and helpful towards maintaining a safe learning environment.
Click here for the medical emergencies booklet every employee must read and sign off on every year.
Click here for the diabetes awareness presentation every employee must read and sign off on every year.
STAFF: To request technical assistance, do one of the following:
1. Log into the district’s helpdesk website (http://helpdesk.sgcsd.net ). Use your Scotia-Glenville email username without the @sgcsd.net as the user name. For example, jsmith (without the @sgcsd.net), use your S-G email password as the password. Click on “Create a New Incident” under “Can We Help You” and complete the form.
2. Call by telephone: 518-631-3530
3. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
In some cases, a staff member will remotely log into your computer to fix the problem. Staff may wish to call you back with information or questions. At times, a technician may visit your room to directly handle the request.
Click the link for Information on helpdesk tech support, approved e-Products, Password reset, etc.
- Capital Region BOCES Digital Library
- Educational Data Service for ordering supplies.
- Naviance is a college and career readiness platform that helps connect academic achievement to post-secondary goals.
- Schenectady County Retired Teachers Association
- School Dude Facilities Scheduler. Staff members desiring to book building space after 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. (except for the middle and high schools, which need to complete events by 10 p.m.) in any of the school buildings or athletic fields must use the School Dude system. Staff members will use their school district email address to enter the site. The password “tartan” must be submitted at the end of the form. You will be notified by email if the request is approved or if there are problems.
- Greater Capital Region Teacher Center The Teacher Center provides professional learning for teachers, by teachers. The courses provide long-term opportunities for teachers to grow in their abilities to provide students with engaging, safe, and rigorous learning environments, which are CTLE approved. Teachers may also sign up for emails from the Teacher Center at https://visitor.r20.constantcontact.com/manage/optin?v=001tM9zndiNiohKdCh-7Wqc4CPCw62TV_FH.