District Announcements/News

  • High School Economics Teacher Gets a Gold Rating

    Theresa Karp, a social studies teacher at Seaford High School, was named a 2018-19 Gold Star Teacher by W!SE, an organization that provides financial education programs to students and educators.

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  • Harbor Kindergartners Learn the ABC’s of Mind and Body Care

    The mind and body come together in Brooke DeSanto’s kindergarten class at Seaford Harbor Elementary School, where students participate in exercises that prime their brains for learning.

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  • Seaford Students Learn to be Their Best Selves

    Motivational speaker Rohan Murphy visited Seaford Middle School for Unity Day on Oct. 23, sharing his story about overcoming adversity to achieve success.

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  • Vikings Earn Big Win at Spirit-Filled Homecoming

    Two teams in green and white battled it out on the Raymond J. Buckley Field of Dreams and it was the Seaford Vikings who came away with a decisive win in their homecoming matchup against the Locust Valley Falcons on Nov. 2.

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  • A Colorful Cultural Study at Seaford Middle School

    Creating cultural connections is an important component of world language classes at Seaford Middle School. Under the direction of teacher Danyi Hamilton, students in seventh grade Spanish classes created an elaborate display for Day of the Dead in the school’s front lobby.

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  • Manor Promotes Personal Health With Fall Fitness Day

    A tradition that has spanned nearly a quarter century continued on Oct. 18 as Seaford Manor Elementary School hosted its annual Autumn Classic. One grade at a time, students ventured out to the high school track where they could walk, run or jog.

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  • Ninth Graders are Thinking Beyond High School

    Even though college is a few years away, it is definitely on the minds of freshmen at Seaford High School. More than 120 ninth graders took part in college visits on Oct. 16, an annual tradition to help students learn about the steps they need to take in high school to prepare themselves for higher education.

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  • Seaford Students Say ‘Thank You’ to Board

    The Seaford School District’s Oct. 16 Board of Education Meeting featured numerous recognitions on many levels. In honor of Board of Education Recognition Month, students from each school building described and highlighted educational programs that the board has supported.

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  • Middle School Robotics Class is Riveting and Robust

    Robotics competitions are engaging eighth graders at Seaford Middle School who are learning about the fast-growing technology field in a fun and exciting way. As part of their technology requirement, students take a half-year of traditional shop class and a half-year of robotics.

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  • Harbor Students Get a First-Hand Look at Fire Safety

    Just like they have fire drills in school, children should practice fire safety in their homes, volunteer firefighters explained at Seaford Harbor Elementary School on Oct. 11. Members of the Wantagh Fire Department, which has a station just a few blocks from the school, visited for the annual Fire Prevention Month program, offering life-saving tips.

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