District Announcements/News

  • Seniors Reflect on Their School Beginnings

    Education came full circle for the members of Seaford High School’s Class of 2018 who celebrated Kindergarten Week from June 4-8.

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  • Exercise Adds Up for Seaford Students

    Students from Seaford Manor Elementary School and Seaford Middle School have been working hard to stay physically fit. Children in the UP and CDP classes participated in Achilles Kids, a walking, running and rolling program that encourages regular exercise.

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  • Seaford Concert Band is as Good as Gold

    The Seaford High School concert band received a gold rating from the New York State School Music Association at its 2018 Majors Festival on May 22 at Hofstra University. This is the first time that the band has received the top designation.

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  • Top Graduates Achieved Their Goals

    With a friendship that dates back to Seaford Harbor Elementary School, the top two graduates of Seaford High School’s Class of 2018 couldn’t be happier for each other. Jordan Ament, with a grade point average of 103.99, was named the valedictorian, followed by Anna LaGrassa, the salutatorian with a GPA of 101.08.

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  • Manor Students Inspired by Positive Paintings

    Project Choose Kind came to Seaford Manor Elementary School in the form of colorful inspirational messages. On May 19, about 20 volunteers painted the boys and girls bathrooms in the third- through fifth-grade wing.

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  • Harbor School Devotes a Night to Literacy

    Seaford Harbor Elementary School students and staff celebrated reading at Literacy Night on May 24. Children and their families were invited to participate in a variety of book-centered activities.

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  • High School Students Succeed in Poetry Writing

    To mark National Poetry Month in April, Seaford High School hosted its second annual poetry contest. Students were invited to submit their original works, which were then judged by faculty members.

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  • Middle School Students Explore Career Choices

    Seaford Middle School eighth-graders had the opportunity to learn from dozens of professionals during the annual career day program on May 17.

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  • Animals Come Alive at Seaford Manor

    Students at Seaford Manor Elementary School are studying animal and insect life cycles as part of the science curriculum. Each grade is observing a different species including quails in kindergarten, lady bugs in first grade, butterflies in second grade, frogs in third grades, hermit crabs in fourth grade and mealworms in fifth grade.

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  • High School Hosts College Awareness Day

    Seaford High School seniors looked to the future as they wore shirts representing their future colleges and universities on May 1, which is National Decision Day.

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