District Announcements/News

  • 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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  • High School Students Engage in Summer Science Study

    Careers in science are likely in the future for Seaford High School students Jason Linzer and Sarah Keane, who spent this past summer in research endeavors. Both are participants in the school’s science research program, which allows them to explore topics of personal interest.

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  • Well-Rounded Students Earn Class of 2020’s Top Honors

    While Seaford High School valedictorian Jason Linzer and salutatorian Matt Karounos earned their respective rankings because of their strong academic performances, their contributions in all aspects of school life has distinguished them among the 191 members of this year’s senior class. They are also standout athletes and model citizens.

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  • Dedicated Seaford Music Students Earn All-State Nod

    Two Seaford High School musicians have been selected to the All-State Music Festival, hosted by the New York State School Music Association. Senior vocalist Carly Corsitto will sing with the Women’s Choir and senior Liam McDonald will play the mallets in the symphonic band.

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  • Pinwheels Spin for Peace at Harbor School

    The courtyard at Seaford Harbor Elementary School was transformed into a symbol for peace in a matter of hours on Sept. 23. Throughout the day, students visited the space to place their colorful pinwheels in the ground as they took part in the global Pinwheels for Peace initiative.

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  • District Expands Student Technology Initiative

    With laptops now in the hands of sixth graders, Seaford Middle School has become the first school in the district to have full participation in the 1:1 technology initiative. The HP devices, which can be used both in school and at home, were distributed to more than 160 students on Sept. 12.

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  • Humanities Leader Brings a Passion for Education

    The Seaford School District welcomes Dr. Charles Leone as the executive director for humanities for the 2019-20 school year. He comes to Seaford with 38 years of experience in education and will supervise the district’s English, reading, social studies, world language and English as a new language programs at all levels.

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  • Seaford Community Marks 9/11 Anniversary

    The Seaford School District and Seaford 9/11 Memorial Committee hosted the 18th annual 9/11 memorial ceremony and candle lighting for the entire Seaford community on Sept. 11 at the high school. The evening ceremony, which brings together hundreds from throughout the area, is held to honor all who died in the terrorist attacks, pay tribute to all those who serve, and remember the five Seaford High School graduates who lost their lives that day – Thomas Haskell (Class of 1982), Timothy Haskell (1985), John Perry (1982), Robert Sliwak (1977) and Michael Wittenstein (1985).

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  • New Year Brings Renewed Joy in Seaford

    Walking through the doors for the first time in two months, students throughout the Seaford School District came in ready to learn on Sept. 3.

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