District Announcements/News

  • Class of 2020 is Rewarded for Perseverance

    “If you’re a big fan of graduations, then great news, there’s four of them this year,” Seaford High School valedictorian Jason Linzer said to his classmates and their guests, noting the unusual circumstances for the Class of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Vikings Excel in Academics and Athletics

    Seaford High School has been named a Scholar-Athlete School of Excellence for its high level of academic achievement among student-athletes. It was one of 140 schools in the state to receive this recognition from the New York State Public High School Athletic Association.

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  • Students Look to the Future During College Awareness Week

    Seaford High School’s annual college awareness celebration, typically one day in early May in which seniors wear shirts representing the colleges they will attend, was expanded to a full week this year and also moved online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Experienced Accountant is Seaford’s New Business Chief

    After nearly three decades assisting school districts across Long Island with their auditing needs, Rhonda Meserole is moving to the other side of the desk. She is the new assistant superintendent for business and operations in the Seaford School District.

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  • Sophomore Trio Attend Virtual Leadership Conference

    Students leaders are an integral part of a school community, especially at Seaford High School where their thoughts and idea are valued. Each year, a small group of sophomores is invited to the attend the Hugh O’Brian Youth leadership program, commonly known as HOBY.

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  • Moving-up Motorcades for Seaford Fifth Graders

    Middle school will be the next stop for recent graduates of Seaford Harbor and Seaford Manor elementary schools, who were recognized at a pair of unique moving-up ceremonies. The COVID-19 pandemic meant that students and their families couldn’t gather together in the high school auditorium, but instead the two elementary buildings served as backdrops for the outdoor celebrations.

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  • Annual Student Art Show Goes Digital

    One of the most anticipated nights of the year in the Seaford School District is the annual art show and since it couldn't be held in person due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an online student art gallery was created.

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  • Seniors Celebrate the Past and Future

    Seaford High School seniors got a special, socially distant send-off on June 1, returning to the place where they made so many memories in the last four years until the COVID-19 pandemic closed schools. Teachers, coaches and administrators lined the parking lot to cheer for the soon-to-be graduates as they passed through in a car parade.

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  • Seaford Students, Teachers Turn to Digital Learning Tools

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  • Virtual Vikings are Extraordinary Distance Learners

    With education transformed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students have adjusted to new ways of learning using a multitude of digital tools. Seaford High School recently launched its Virtual Vikings recognition program to highlight students who “despite these unique and challenging circumstances, are bringing great energy and fortitude to their academics.”

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