Daily Announcements

October 4

Today is Tuesday, October 4th, and it is a B day. 

Today’s lunch is cheeseburger macaroni. 

 

Although the score was 4-1 for the varsity boys soccer team yesterday, it was a hard fought game with both teams taking turns in dominating play. Northville scored first on a penalty shot due to a handball in a crowded play in front of the goal. Northville scored again in the first half. The Eagles’ Chris Maher scored on a great cross from Carson Eagan. The second half had Northville scoring two more goals, with Galway keeping a lot of the play on the Northville end, however they were unable to finish on a few good opportunities. Galway's Keeper, Ryan Pudney, kept the team in contention coming up with a number of excellent saves throughout the game. Ryan had 7 saves during the game. Good luck at your next game, Eagles! 

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors: This morning at 10:45, you can learn more about SUNY Geneseo in Guidance. A Clarkson University rep will be here on Thursday at 12:20. Sign up in Guidance for a pass to learn more!  

 

Ms. Mierzwa has also scheduled a college visit. Montserrat College of Art is visiting her class tomorrow at 1:00. You must sign up for a pass from Ms. M by today if you would like to learn more about the art programs they offer. . 

 

Attention Seniors: The FAFSA, financial aid for college presentation that was scheduled for today has been rescheduled to October 18th. See Ms. Morck with any questions. 


High School Banking starts tomorrow during lunches for students in grades 6-12. Students that have an account can make a deposit that day OR if a student wants to open an account, they can pick up an application. See Mrs. Sitts for more information! 


FFA Members! The apple fundraiser ends TOMORROW!  Mrs. Levine needs all forms and payment by 3pm tomorrow. Go home tonight and sell! Sell! SELL


Attention Juniors: Tomorrow is the last day to sign up for the PSAT 11 test on October 12th. Sign up today in Guidance office The cost is $18.00. See Ms. Morck with any questions. 


It's never too early to think about options for the future!  The SUNY Adirondack College Fair is this Thursday evening from 6-8 PM. Check out the flier on the GTV doors for more information and the list of schools that will be there! 

 

 


October 3

Today is Monday, October 3rd, and it is an A day. 

Today’s lunch is pancakes, eggs and hash browns! 

The boys varsity soccer team suffered a difficult loss to Mckeel in a 1-0 game on Friday. Although Galway had opportunities to score, they were unable to find the back of the net. Credit goes to the Mckeel keeper who came up with some key saves during the game and a big save in the final minutes to secure the shutout. Good luck at your next game Eagles! 

 

 

This weekend the Galway varsity cross country team ran at the 82nd Grout Run at Central Park in Schenectady. Simon Evans led the boys’ team finishing 36th and Cody Schneider finished 39th out of 108 boys. 

 

 

Emma Jordan led the girls’ varsity team by finishing 19th out of 75 girls. Both Cody and Emma took over a minute off their times from last year! The modified boys' cross country team placed 2nd out of 13 teams and brought home a trophy! They defeated teams from Guilderland, Bethlehem, Schenectady, Niskayuna, etc. Kolt Wojtowecz placed 2nd out of 158 runners and took a minute off his time from last year!  Brayden Sheft and Logan Miner placed in the top 15 runners out of 158 runners followed by Will Anuszewski and Nate Mele  soon after. Brayden has been a superstar this season! He took 2 minutes off last year's time. Will took off over a minute off his time. Chase Schneider wasn't too far behind Nate, and he has been showing steady improvement in his times too! The modified girls were incomplete but Eleanor Douglas placed 42nd out of 161 runners and Lexie Bauer was 45th out of 161 runners. Great job Eagles! 

 

Congratulations to the JV volleyball team who finished undefeated in their division at the Queensbury Power of Pink tournament on Saturday. The Eagles lost in the quarterfinals to Burnt Hills, ending their streak of 21 sets without a loss. Outstanding effort Eagles!

 

The Golf team finished their regular season play on Friday with a 12 and 1 record.  Galway beat Schoharie by one stroke to take the victory. They finished atop the standings for their division in the league. Next up is the WAC Cup to be held this week at Fox Run Golf Club. Good luck Eagles!

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors: This morning at 9:00, you can learn more about Maria College in the Guidance office. SUNY Geneseo will be here tomorrow at 10:45. Ms. Mierzwa has Montserrat College of Art visiting her class this Wednesday at 1:00.  You must sign up for a pass from Ms. M by Tuesday. A Clarkson University rep will be here on Thursday at 12:20. Sign up in Guidance, or with Ms. M for a pass to learn more!  

 

The E-Way is open this morning, periods 1-4 with delicious mochas and cider! 

 

There is a mandatory Student Senate meeting today after school in Mrs. Dowen’s room. This meeting will be filled with a lot of information and is very important so please make sure you attend. If you can not attend please contact Molly Oravsky. Thank you.


Coach Canell will be offering Intramurals after school from 2:30pm to 3:20pm for all students in 6th, 7th and 8th grade, starting TOMORROW!  In October, you will meet every Tuesday in the Elementary gym. You must have sneakers and appropriate clothing to participate. You may be inside or outside, depending on the weather. Sign up for the late bus by 1:00pm each Tuesday. No sign up, no late bus pass! Contact Coach Canell if you have any questions! 

 

High School Banking will begin this Wednesday during lunches for students in grades 6-12. Students that have an account can make a deposit that day OR if a student wants to open an account, they can pick up an application. See Mrs. Sitts for more information! 

 

FFA Members! Please see Mrs. Levine for an apple fundraiser form if you have not already. The apple fundraiser ends this Wednesday. Sell! Sell! SELL!


If you missed the weather this morning, or would like to see it again, go to Eagles Media Center dot com, to see me and Taylor with the latest! 

 



September 30 


Today is Friday, September 30th, and it is a B day. 

Today’s lunch is Eagle Nation’s favorite, chicken patty! 

 

Happy birthday tomorrow to sixth grader Avery Smith, seventh grader Kailynn Ramsey, and eighth grader Joseph Carnevali! 

 

Happy birthday on Sunday to eighth grader Mia Pena! 

 

The modified girls’ soccer team lost last night at their away game at OESJ, with a score of 5-2.  Lilly Jessop scored two goals and Josephine VenDitti had an assist. Good luck at your next game Eagles! 

 

Congratulations to the modified boys soccer team who beat St. Johnsville yesterday with a score of 2 to 1. Jameson Wagener scored one goal and Carter Larson scored a goal. Great job Eagles! 

 

Congratulations to the JV volleyball team who defeated Middleburgh 2 to 0 last night to remain undefeated and in first place in the WAC! The team plays at the Queensbury Power of Pink Tournament tomorrow. Good luck Eagles! 

 

Congratulations to the varsity volleyball team as they defeated Middleburgh in league play last night with a 3-0 sweep. The Golden Eagles were led by Amber Kolpakas with 21 kills, Carolyn Bruchac with 19 service points and 4 aces, while Sophia Fasolino dished out 24 assists. Also congrats to Sophia Fasolino who became just the second player in school history to surpass the 1,000 career assists mark as she reached it in last night’s game. Galway moves to 6-0 overall and 5-0 in the league. Awesome game Eagles! 

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors: Don’t forget that you have the opportunity to meet with representatives from colleges and the military, right in our own Guidance office! A representative from Colby-Sawyer College is here today at 10:15, and someone from Russell Sage is here at 1:00. On Monday at 9:00, you can learn more about Maria College. SUNY Geneseo will be here Tuesday at 10:45. Ms. Mierzwa will have Montserrat College of Art visiting her class next Wednesday at 1:00.  You must sign up for a pass from Ms. M by Tuesday. A Clarkson University rep will be here next Thursday at 12:20. Sign up in Guidance, or with Ms. M for a pass to learn more!  

 

Board Game Club meets today in Mr. Diamond’s room. New members are welcome! 

 

There is a mandatory Student Senate meeting on Monday after school in Mrs. Dowen’s room. This meeting will be filled with a lot of information and is very important so please make sure you attend. If you can not attend please contact Molly Oravsky. Thank you.

 

Coach Canell will be offering Intramurals after school from 2:30pm to 3:20pm for all students in 6th, 7th and 8th grade, starting next Tuesday the 4th!  If you are interested in getting a little more physical activity while playing some of your favorite P.E. games and sports, then Intramurals is for you! In October,  you will meet every Tuesday in the Elementary gym. Beginning in November, you will switch to Mondays. You must have sneakers and appropriate clothing to participate.  Activities may be inside or outside depending on the weather. You will need to sign up for the late bus by 1:00pm each Tuesday. No sign up, no late bus pass! Contact Coach Canell if you have any questions! 


Attention Eagle Nation: All students must sign up for the late bus no later than 1:00. You will not be able to ride the late bus if you do not sign up on time! Thank you for your cooperation! 

 

Don’t forget Eagle Nation!!! The E-Way Cafe is open TODAY,  periods 1-4! Be sure to POP on in for popcorn and a slushy or tea. The E-Way will also be open on Mocha Monday for yummy mochas and cider! 


High School Banking will begin next Wednesday during lunches for students in grades 6-12. Students that have an account can make a deposit that day OR if a student wants to open an account, they can pick up an application. See Mrs. Sitts for more information! 


FFA Members! Please see Mrs. Levine for an apple fundraiser form if you have not already. The apple fundraiser ends Wednesday. Go home this weekend and sell! Sell! SELL!


Have a great day and a wonderful weekend, Eagle Nation!  We will see you on Mocha Monday!! 

 



September 29

Today is Thursday, September 29th, and it is an A day. 

Today’s lunch is cheeseburger and fries. 

 

Happy birthday today to sophomore Mackenzie Pettit, and junior Austin Cretty! 

 

Congratulations to the varsity boys soccer team who won another game yesterday! Casey Clarke scored what would eventually be the winning goal off a headed assist from Sam Neahr in the first half. During the second half Casey Clarke put in a second goal on a penalty kick. Ryan Pudney earned the shutout in the goal for Galway coming up with a couple of key saves during the match. Great job Eagles! 

 

Good luck to the JV volleyball team who play today at home at 4:30, and the varsity volleyball team who plays at 6:00! Be sure to go to the games and cheer them on to victory! 

 

Please note there is a time change for today’s Basketball Open gym for 6th thru 8th graders. The new time is from 6:00 to 7:15. See Coach K if you have any questions. 

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors: Don’t forget that you have the opportunity to meet with representatives from colleges and the military, right in our own Guidance office! A representative from Colby-Sawyer College will be here tomorrow at 10:15, and someone from Russell Sage is here at 1:00. Next week you can learn more about Maria College and Clarkson University. Ms. M will have Montserrat College of Art visiting her class on Wednesday the 5th. Sign up in Guidance, or with Ms. M for a pass to learn more!  

 

The first Chamber Singers rehearsal of the year is today after school in the Chorus Room. All new and returning members must plan on attending. See Ms. Booth with any questions!


Board Game Club meets tomorrow after school in Mr. Diamond’s room. New members are welcome! 

 

Coach Canell will be offering Intramurals after school from 2:30pm to 3:20pm for all students in 6th, 7th and 8th grade, starting next Tuesday the 4th!  If you are interested in getting a little more physical activity while playing some of your favorite P.E. games and sports, then Intramurals is for you! In October,  you will meet every Tuesday in the Elementary gym. Beginning in November, you will switch to Mondays. You must have sneakers and appropriate clothing to participate.  Activities may be inside or outside depending on the weather. You will need to sign up for the late bus by 1:00pm each Tuesday. No sign up, no late bus pass! Contact Coach Canell if you have any questions! 

 

Attention Eagle Nation: All students must sign up for the late bus no later than 1:00. You will not be able to ride the late bus if you do not sign up on time! Thank you for your cooperation! 

 

The Apple Fundraiser is now under way! FFA members, please see Mrs. Levine in the Ag Room for a fundraising form. 


Don’t forget Eagle Nation!!! The E-Way Cafe is open tomorrow,  periods 1-4! Be sure to POP on in for popcorn and a slushy or tea. The E-Way will also be open on Monday for yummy mochas and cider! 

 




September 28

Today is Wednesday, September 28th, and it is a B day. 

Today’s lunch is cheese pizza. 
Today is School Picture Day Eagle Nation! You will be called to the auditorium by grade. Say Cheese! 

 

Last night in WAC League Varsity Cross Country action at Berne Knox Westerlo, Simon Evans came in first and Cody Schneider came in second! Emma Jordan came in second in her race! The Eagles were up against three other teams: BKW, Canjo/Ft Plain and St. Johnsville/Oppenheim. Great job Eagles! 

 

Congratulations to the Galway modified cross country team yesterday on their run in Berne with BKW, OESJ, and Canjo-Fort Plain. Kolt Wojotowecz, Brayden Sheft and Logan Miner were the first 3 runners across the line in the boys race, followed soon after by Will Anuszewski and Nathaniel McDevitt. The boys' team defeated BKW, OESJ and Canjo-Fort Plain. Eleanor Douglas and Lexie Bauer crossed the line with first and second place finishes in the girls' race. The girls lost to BKW, but defeated OESJ and Canjo Fort Plain. Congrats Eagles! 


The golf team improved to 10 and 1 last night, after beating Fort Plain and Schoharie. Eric Zelezniak and Josh Lovelass continue to lead the way with low scores and qualifying matches.  Congratulations Eagles! 

 

Congratulations to the varsity volleyball team, who defeated Schoharie in league play last night with a 3-0 sweep. Kailey Jankowski led the Golden Eagles with 10 kills, 2 blocks, and 4 aces and Taylor Garrison added 5 kills and 5 blocks.  Sophia Fasolino chipped in with 3 kills and 14 assists, while Jayden The Diggin' Dino DeVellis added 16 digs. The Eagles move to 5-0 overall and 4-0 in the league. They host Middleburgh tomorrow night at 6pm in a big league match, so please come out and support them.  

 

Congratulations to the JV volleyball team who defeated Schoharie 2 to 0 last night. The Eagles remain undefeated and are in first place in the WAC. The Eagles play home against Middleburgh tomorrow at 4:30. Stop by the game and cheer them on to victory! 

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors: Don’t forget that you have the opportunity to meet with representatives from colleges and the military, right in our own Guidance office! A representative St. Lawrence is here today at 1:00 and a Colby-Sawyer College rep will be here Friday at 10:15. Sign up in Guidance for a pass to learn more!  

 

There is a Junior High Student Senate meeting today during lunch in Mr. Kirvin’s room. New members are welcome! 


Are you interested in learning Spanish in a casual setting? Do you like Spanish class and games? Come to Spanish Club after school today in Mrs. Peconie's room, 705. You can learn fun, casual Spanish words and phrases that you wouldn't learn in class and play games. Contact Abbie Ehrenberg for more information.


The first Chamber Singers rehearsal of the year is tomorrow after school in the Chorus Room. All new and returning members must plan on attending. See Ms. Booth with any questions!


Attention Eagle Nation: All students must sign up for the late bus no later than 1:00. You will not be able to ride the late bus if you do not sign up on time! Thank you for your cooperation! 

 

The Apple Fundraiser is now under way! FFA members, please see Mrs. Levine in the Ag Room for a fundraising form. 


Exciting news Eagle Nation!!! The E-Way Cafe will open its window this Friday,  periods 1-4! Be sure to POP on in for popcorn and a slushy or tea. The E-Way will be open on Monday, October 3, for yummy mochas and cider! 




September 27


Today is Tuesday, September 27th, and it is an A day. 

Today’s lunch is hot dog and baked beans. 

 

Happy birthday today to senior Sophia Fasolino, and GTV Director, Trevor Bombard! 

 

The varsity boys soccer team beat OESJ yesterday, 3-2 in overtime! Casey Clarke scored a hat trick with three goals in the first overtime period. Colin Anderson had one assist, Joey DeVellis had one assist, and The Eagles keeper, Ryan Pudney, had five saves. The Eagles dominated the middle and applied constant pressure to the OESJ defense. OESJ scored on a penalty kick for a hand ball with two minutes left on the clock, but Galway never gave in and kept up the pressure resulting in Casey Clarke finding the back of the net with 22 seconds remaining on the scoreboard.Great job Eagles! 

 

There is a lot going on in the Guidance office this week! Representatives from St. Bonaventure and the University of Maine are here today at 9:00 and 10:30. St. Lawrence will have a rep here tomorrow at 1:00 and a Colby-Sawyer College rep will be here Friday at 10:15. Sign up in Guidance for a pass to learn more!  

 

The next GSA meeting is today after school in Mrs. Gerber's room 415.  Bring a friend and hope to see you there!


Are you interested in learning Spanish in a casual setting? Do you like Spanish class and games? Come to Spanish Club after school tomorrow in Mrs. Peconie's room, 705. You can learn fun, casual Spanish words and phrases that you wouldn't learn in class and play games. Contact Abbie Ehrenberg for more information.


The first Chamber Singers rehearsal of the year will be held this Thursday after school in the Chorus Room. All new and returning members must plan on attending. See Ms. Booth with any questions!


Attention Eagle Nation: All students must sign up for the late bus no later than 1:00. You will not be able to ride the late bus if you do not sign up on time! Thank you for your cooperation! 

 

The Apple Fundraiser is now under way! FFA members, please see Mrs. Levine in the Ag Room for a fundraising form. 


Exciting news Eagle Nation!!! The E-Way Cafe will open its window this Friday,  periods 1-4! Be sure to POP on in for popcorn and a slushy or tea. The E-Way will be open on Monday, October 3, for yummy mochas and cider! 

 



September 26

Today is Monday, September 26th, and it is a B day. 

Today’s lunch is barbecue chicken. 


Happy birthday today to freshman Marek Sherman and junior Riya Randall! 

 

The cross country team competed on Saturday in Utica. The modified boys including Kolt Wojo, Brayden Sheft, Logan Miner, Will Anuszewski and Nathaniel McDevitt placed 3rd out of 11 teams. Kolt Wojotowez  was 8th overall and earned a top 10 finisher shirt. Eleanor Douglas finished 10th and earned a meet shirt. In varsity action, Simon Evans was 29th out of 170 runners. Emma Jordan was 40th out of 130 runners. Great job Eagles! 

 

The varsity boys soccer team played Cambridge this weekend and won with a score of 1-0. Casey Clarke scored a goal from 25 feet, off a pass from Sam Neahr with 5 minutes remaining in the game. The ending of the game was a true nail biter. Both teams played a strong game with numerous scoring opportunities from both sides. The Eagles played without their two starting inside mids, but Carson Eagan and Ethan Watrobski stepped in and did a great job controlling the midfield. Goalkeeper Ryan Pudney was key to the win keeping the Eagles in the game by making numerous diving saves. Awesome game Eagles! 

 

Congratulations to the JV volleyball team who went undefeated, winning 10 straight games to capture the Mayfield Tournament Championship this weekend. The Eagles beat 5 different teams including an exciting two games to zero final against Fonda. Coach K commented that it was a great example of teamwork and determination! Way to go Eagles! 

 

Galway hosted its annual Folds of Honor Volleyball tournament Saturday with all proceeds going to the Folds of Honor Foundation. The Eagles stepped up their game finishing first in their pool, then beat Scotia in the Semifinals 25-16, 25-7.  They then beat Schuylerville in the Finals 25-10, 25-11.  The Eagles were led in the finals by Amber Kolpakas with 17 kills, Sophia Fasolino had 16 assists and 2 kills, and Jayden DeVellis with 21 digs, 12 service points, and 1 kill. 

 

The team performed well! 

Amber Kolpakas had 47 kills,  14 digs, and 4 blocks 

Sophia Fasolino had 62 assists, 11 kills, 19 digs, 10 Aces and 1 block. 

Jayden DeVellis added 79 Digs, 5 kills and 4 aces,

Grace O'Brien had 22 kills, 32 assists, 4 aces, and 5 blocks.

Kailey Jankowski chipped in 20 kills, 13 digs and 3 aces

Taylor Garrison had 7 blocks and 5 kills

Great job Eagles! 


Chamber Singer auditions are TODAY after school. Any student in 9-12 who loves to sing is welcome to audition! Sign up in the Chorus room! Break a leg! 

 

Attention Eagle Nation: All students must sign up for the late bus no later than 1:00. You will not be able to ride the late bus if you do not sign up on time! Thank you for your cooperation! 

 

Do you have a yellow piece of paper in your folder, the emergency medical form? Please turn that in to your homeroom teachers today! The school needs that important information on file. Extra copies are available in the office if you need one! Thank you! 

 

There is a lot going on in the Guidance office this week! A representative from the US Navy is here this morning at 9:45. Reps from St. Bonaventure and the University of Maine are here tomorrow at 9:00 and 10:30. St. Lawrence will have a rep here Wednesday at 1:00 and a Colby-Sawyer College rep will be here Friday at 10:15. Sign up in Guidance for a pass to learn more!  

 

The first yearbook meeting of the year is today in Mr. Nettleton’s room, 804.  New members are welcome! 

 

Attention students interested in applying for National Honor Society: There is a meeting after school today in Ms. O'Brien's room (room 508) at 2:30. Attendance is strongly encouraged. We hope to see you there!


The next GSA meeting is tomorrow after school in Mrs. Gerber's room 415.  Bring a friend and hope to see you there!


Are you interested in learning Spanish in a casual setting? Do you like Spanish class and games? Come to Spanish Club after school this Wednesday in Mrs. Peconie's room, 705. You can learn fun, casual Spanish words and phrases that you wouldn't learn in class and play games. Contact Abbie Ehrenberg for more information.


The Apple Fundraiser is now under way! FFA members, please see Mrs. Levine in the Ag Room for a fundraising form. 


Be sure to fill out the Form for Student Senate if you have song requests for Homecoming! The form closes on October 11th. Contact Molly Oravsky with any questions. 


Breaking News Eagle Nation!!! The E-Way Cafe will open its window this Friday,  periods 1-4! Be sure to POP on in for popcorn and a slushy or tea. The E-Way will be open on Monday, October 3, for yummy mochas and cider! 





September 23 

Today is Friday, September 23rd, and it is an A day. 

Today’s lunch is sloppy joes and green beans. 

 

Happy birthday today to sophomore Arietta Williams! 

 

Happy birthday tomorrow to seventh grader Naomi Sleight! 

 

Happy birthday on Sunday to eighth grader Chase Bevington, eighth grader Amelia Wood, and freshman Teigen Brennan! 

 

Congratulations to the modified soccer team who won yesterday at their away game vs Schoharie, with a score of 3-2. Josephine Venditti had one goal and one assist, Kiersten Friday had one assist, and Mae Budris had two goals. Great job Eagles!  

 

Congratulations to the boys modified soccer team who beat Schoharie yesterday with a score of 3 to 1! Well done Eagles! 

Congratulations to the golf team who defeated Northville-Mayfield yesterday afternoon. The team is now 7 and 1!  Josh Lovelass, Eric Zelezniak, and Andy Miller shot 42, 43, and 44 strokes respectively finishing 1, 2, 3 in the match. Excellent match, Eagles! 

 

Congratulations to the JV volleyball team who defeated Fonda 2 to 0 last night to remain undefeated. The team plays at the Mayfield Tournament tomorrow. Good luck Eagles!

 

Attention Eagle Nation: All students must sign up for the late bus no later than 1:00. You will not be able to ride the late bus if you do not sign up on time! Thank you for your cooperation! 

 

Do you have a yellow piece of paper in your folder, the emergency medical form? Please turn that in to your homeroom teachers today! The school needs that important information on file. Extra copies are available in the office if you need one! Thank you! 

 

The girls’ modified soccer team is looking to fill their roster with a few more student athletes. If you have played in the past, or are interested in trying, please contact Ms. Britt-Gaeta at ebritt@galwaycsd.org or Coach Martin, the varsity soccer coach, at RMartin@galwaycsd.org. Thank you! 

 

Sign up in Guidance to meet representatives from colleges and the military and find out your options for the future! Today someone from the University of Vermont will be here. Next week, the US Navy, St. Bonaventure, the University of Maine, St. Lawrence and Colby-Sawyer College reps will be here. Sign up in Guidance for a pass to learn more!  

 

Students in 6th, 7th, or 8th grade  interested in being on the staff for the online student newspaper, Eagles Media Center, should report to Mrs. Decker's room during lunch today! 

 

Do you like robots, coding, or just want something cool to do after school? The Robotics Club meets today after school in Mrs.Sheehy's room, 509. New members are welcome!

 

Board Game Club meets today after school in Mr. Diamond’s room. New members are welcome! See you there! 

 

Team sport pictures will be taken today after school. The first yearbook meeting of the year is now on Monday.  New members are welcome! 

 

The National Junior Honor Society will meet after school today in Mrs. DeLuca's room.  All 8th and 9th grade members should attend. Be sure to sign up for the late bus if you need one. 

 

Shamus and Simon Evans along with their father, Shaun, will be signing copies of their newly published book, Better Together, this Sunday at the Open Door Bookstore in Schenectady from 12-1:30.  All proceeds from book sales benefit Ainsley's Angels of America in promoting all inclusive communities. If you can't make it Sunday, books are available at area bookstores, on the Ainsley's Angels website and on Amazon. Thank you! 

 

The next GSA meeting will be Tuesday after school in Mrs. Gerber's room 415.  Bring a friend and hope to see you there!


Everybody received a Google Form on Wednesday for homecoming song requests. The form closes on October 11th, so be sure to let them know which songs you would like to hear! If you did not receive the Form, contact Molly Oravsky. Thank you! 





September 22

Today is Thursday, September 22nd, and it is a B day. 

Today’s lunch is beef tacos. 

 

Happy birthday today to seventh grader Michael Peters and eighth grader Eleanor Douglas! 

 

Attention Eagle Nation: All students must sign up for the late bus no later than 1:00. You will not be able to ride the late bus if you do not sign up on time! Thank you for your cooperation! 

 

Congratulations to the boys modified soccer team who beat Canjo last night with a score of 2-0! Great job Eagles! 

 

The varsity boys soccer team won a very hard fought conference game against BKW-Duanesburg  3-1 yesterday. Forward Casey Clarke put in an impressive game scoring 2 goals, with Colin Anderson adding in the final goal. The Eagles came out strong, scoring a goal in the first 3 minutes. The team kept the pressure on scoring two more goals in the first half. They pulled together as a team in the last 20 minutes of play and were able to preserve the victory.Well done Eagles! 

 

Congratulations to the JV Volleyball Team who defeated Canjo/Fort Plain  2 to 0 last night to remain undefeated! The team is now in first place in the WAC! Great job Eagles! 

 

Congratulations to the varsity volleyball team as they defeated Canjo-Fort Plain in league play last night 3-0. The Golden Eagles won with the scores of 25-5, 25-12, 25-19.  Galway was led by Sophia Fasolino with 8 aces, 16 assists, and 4 kills and Grace O’Brien with 12 kills, 3 blocks, 13 assists and 4 aces.  Jayden "the digging dino" DeVellis added 16 digs, and Taylor Garrison added 5 kills and 2 blocks. Galway moves to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in the league! Awesome game Eagles! 

 

Basketball Open gym for Grades 6, 7 and 8 continues tonight in the Elementary Gym from 5:30 to 7:15pm. Contact Coach K if you have any questions. 

 

The girls’ modified soccer team is looking to fill their roster with a few more student athletes. If you have played in the past, or are interested in trying, please contact Ms. Britt-Gaeta at ebritt@galwaycsd.org or Coach Martin, the varsity soccer coach, at RMartin@galwaycsd.org. Thank you! 

 

Sign up in Guidance to meet representatives from colleges and the military and find out your options for the future! Today, a rep from the US Army is here. Tomorrow, someone from the University of Vermont will be here. Next week, the US Navy, St. Bonaventure, the University of Maine, St. Lawrence and Colby-Sawyer College reps will be here. Sign up in Guidance for a pass to learn more!  


The first meeting of the high school Eagles Media Center is today after school in Mrs. O’s room, 413. If you like to write, take photos, or create videos, we’d love to see you there! If you are unable to attend but would like to join, please contact our President and Editor, Sara Conti! 

 

Students in 6th, 7th, or 8th grade  interested in being on the staff for the online student newspaper, Eagles Media Center, should report to Mrs. Decker's room during lunch tomorrow! 

 

Do you like robots, coding, or just want something cool to do after school? The Robotics Club meets tomorrow after school in Mrs.Sheehy's room, 509. New members are welcome!

 

Board Game Club meets tomorrow after school in Mr. Diamond’s room. New members are welcome! See you there! 

 

Team sport pictures will be taken tomorrow after school. The first yearbook meeting of the year is now on Monday.  New members are welcome! 

 

The National Junior Honor Society will meet after school tomorrow in Mrs. DeLuca's room.  All 8th and 9th grade members should attend. Be sure to sign up for the late bus if you need one. 

 

Shamus and Simon Evans along with their father, Shaun, will be signing copies of their newly published book, Better Together, this Sunday at the Open Door Bookstore in Schenectady from 12-1:30.  All proceeds from book sales benefit Ainsley's Angels of America in promoting all inclusive communities. If you can't make it Sunday, books are available at area bookstores, on the Ainsley's Angels website and on Amazon. Thank you! 

 

Everybody received a Google Form yesterday for homecoming song requests. The form closes on October 11th, so be sure to let them know which songs you would like to hear! If you did not receive the Form, contact Molly Oravsky. Thank you! 

 

Have a great day, Eagle Nation!  We will see you tomorrow!

 

 



September 21

Today is Wednesday, September 21st, and it is an A day. 

Today’s lunch is pizza. 

 

Happy birthday today to sixth grader Mason Weaver and eighth grader Matthew Jones! 

 

Attention Eagle Nation: All students must sign up for the late bus no later than 1:00. You will not be able to ride the late bus if you do not sign up on time! Thank you for your cooperation! 

 

Congratulations to the girls modified soccer team who won their home game yesterday against Canjo with a score of 11-0!  Josie Venditti had 2 goals, Eva Anderson had 2 goals, Abby Symonds had 1 goal, and Mae Budris had six goals. Great job Eagles! 

 

 

Casey Clarke scored his third hat trick of the season for the varsity soccer team, in a 5-1 Conference win over Schoharie yesterday. Joey DeVellis and Ethan Watrobski each had 1 goal and 1 assist. Eli Montague and Chris Maher provided 1 assist each. Both teams came out strong and played a hard fought game. The Eagles again got a strong performance from midfielders Colin Anderson and Chris Maher, who controlled play with sharp passing and excellent ball control. Defender Eben Perkins led the defense, turning back many attempts by the Schoharie strikers. Congratulations Eagles! 

 

Congratulations to the cross country team who hosted their annual Invy at Bob’s Trees last night. They hosted 5 teams. Kolt Wojtowecz, Brayden Sheft, Logan Miner, Will Anuszewski, Nate Mele, Nathaniel McDeavitt, Brody Paterek,Chase Schneider, Mason Bourdeau and Tyler Bombard ran hard and took 1st for the modified boys race.  Eleanor Douglas took 1st in the girls modified race followed closely by her teammate Lexie Bauer. In varsity action, Simon Evans took 4th place and Emma Jordan took 3rd! Wish the team well in their meet in Utica this Saturday!

 

 

 

The girls’ modified soccer team is looking to fill their roster with a few more student athletes. If you have played in the past, or are interested in trying, please contact Ms. Britt-Gaeta at ebritt@galwaycsd.org or Coach Martin, the varsity soccer coach, at RMartin@galwaycsd.org. Thank you! 

 

 

This week in Guidance you can sign up to meet representatives from colleges and the military and find out your options for the future! Today, a rep from the US National Guard will be here, and tomorrow a US Army representative is here. Finally, on Friday, someone from the University of Vermont will be here. Sign up in Guidance for a pass to attend. 

 

There is a brief Chamber Singers informational meeting after school today in the Chorus Room. Any student in grades 9-12 that is interested in joining Chamber Singers should attend. Current members should also plan on attending. See Ms. Booth for details!


Senior athlete picture day is TODAY. All SENIOR athletes, please bring your uniforms and report to Mr. Darlington's room right after school.


There is a Student Senate meeting today after school in Mrs. Dowen’s room. Please email Molly or let her know if you cannot make it so she can mark you as excused. 


The first meeting of the high school Eagles Media Center will be tomorrow after school in Mrs. O’s room, 413. If you like to write, take photos, or create videos, we’d love to see you there! If you are unable to attend but would like to join, please contact our President and Editor, Sara Conti! 

 

Students in 6th, 7th, or 8th grade  interested in being on the staff for the online student newspaper, Eagles Media Cent