Scotia-Glenville Central Schools and its History
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History of Scotia-Glenville School District
One time consisting of many districts the schools were consolidated into a single Scotia-Glenville school district. We'll soon have a more complete history of our many school buildings and how they were consolidated into a single successful district. Below are three of the districts that were established over a hundred years ago.
District 10 (1914-1915)
80 Pupils, 2nd floor auditorium for 250
District 3 (1911)
The former Clark and Brown Furniture, this building
still exists at .
District 12 (1914-1915)
Seats 60 pupils, Basement Playroom/Auditorium, seats 175