District Announcements/News

  • Four Seaford Juniors Selected to Boys State Program

    Four Seaford High School students have been selected to participate in American Legion Boys State, a leadership action program. Craig Ackerman, Colin Merrigan, Michael Scimeca and Brian Wise will be sponsored by Seaford American Legion Post No. 1132.

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  • Seaford Middle School Combats Vaping Epidemic

    The rise in the number of teens vaping has caught the eye of school officials across the country, including Seaford. At Seaford Middle School, Principal Dan Smith and Assistant Principal Lisa Dunn say they are hoping to reverse the trend through education efforts.

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  • Harbor Hosts a Night of Numbers

    Seaford Harbor Elementary School’s second annual Math Night on Feb. 6 drew a large crowd of both students and parents who discovered together that numbers can be lots of fun. They traveled from station to station to practice a variety of mathematical concepts.

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  • Seaford Drama Club to Present ‘All Shook Up’

    A Shakespeare tale with a rock ’n’ roll twist is coming to the Seaford High School stage in early March as the Drama Club will perform “All Shook Up.” The show will feature numerous Elvis songs including “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Jailhouse Rock,” “Heartbreak Hotel,” “Can’t Help Falling in Love” and more.

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  • Books Build Bonds at Manor

    This year’s Pick a Reading Partner program at Seaford Manor Elementary School had a fitting end as students shared books with their partners. The three-week initiative came to a close just before the February break with buddy reading on Feb. 13 and 14.

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  • A Happy Hundredth Day at Harbor

    The 100th day of school at Seaford Harbor Elementary School was filled with counting activities as kindergartners celebrated a milestone moment in their educations on Feb. 13. Many wore special hats declaring themselves “100 Days Smarter.”

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  • Middle School Science Fair Expands to All STEM Fields

    Seaford Middle School’s annual science fair added a new dimension this year, incorporating all aspects of STEM education. The afterschool event on Feb. 6 featured presentations by students who have been studying the areas of science, technology, engineering and math for several weeks.

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  • Pond Snail Study Advances Seaford Student in Science Fair

    Madison Elias is off to a solid start in Seaford High School’s science research program, garnering recognition in multiple regional science fairs. Most recently, the sophomore received an invite to the second round of the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair.

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  • Manor Students are Mindful About Reading

    Seaford Manor Elementary School students are combining their love of reading with mindful practices for the annual Pick a Reading Partner program. At the opening assembly, physical education teacher Dianne Dunn led students in yoga exercises for Mindful Monday.

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  • Harbor Students Develop Their Research Skills

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