District Announcements/News

  • Seaford’s Science Stars Shine at Research Night

    For 18 students at Seaford High School, Science Research Night on June 5 was the culmination of many months of hard work. Students shared their poster presentations in the library as administrators, teachers and family members inquired about the in-depth projects representing a variety of scientific fields.

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  • Seaford Sixth Graders are Wall Street Wizards

    Seaford Middle School sixth graders Sofia Bolen and Olivia Irwin took first place in the Stock Market Game, hosted by the SIFMA Foundation, this spring.

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  • Geniuses at Work at Seaford Harbor

    Fourth graders became stewards of their own learning at Seaford Harbor Elementary School. Teacher Samantha Micciche introduced the genius hour concept to her classroom, in which time was devoted each day to projects her students had selected.

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  • Eighth Graders Get a Glimpse Into the future

    Eighty guest speakers representing dozens of professions volunteered their time to impart wisdom upon Seaford Middle School eighth graders on May 16. The school hosted its annual Career Day, a program designed to help students begin planning for their futures and guide their high school course selections.

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  • Photography Students Know How to Capture the Moment

    Two Seaford High School students were recognized for the shutterbug skills by the Photographic Society of America. Juniors Emily Espinel and Leila Fatscher will have their work displayed in the Youth Showcase at the organization’s 81st annual conference in Spokane, Washington in September.

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  • Bringing the World Within Reach at Manor

    Seven continents worth of knowledge now fill the brains of third graders at Seaford Manor Elementary School, who completed extensive research projects on countries from around the globe.

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  • Fictional Tale Inspires Engineering Challenge

    Every child knows the story of Three Little Pigs and their battles with the Big, Bad Wolf. At Seaford Harbor Elementary School, third graders recently experienced it first-hand as they participated in a STEAM challenge that brought the famed fable to life.

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  • Seaford Sends 11 Vikings to College Sports Teams

    After suiting up for the Vikings for several years, 11 student-athletes from Seaford High School will soon be representing new teams. The seniors made their college commitments at a National Letter of Intent signing ceremony after school on May 1, where they were joined by their families, coaches, guidance counselors and administrators.

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  • Shirts Say it All About College Choices

    The question, “Where are you going to college next year?” wasn’t asked much at Seaford High School on May 1. That’s because everyone’s shirt had the answer on College Awareness Day.

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  • High School Juniors Recognized for Citizenship and Leadership

    Two Seaford High School students were selected for American Legion Boy’s State, a leadership action program in which qualified male high school juniors participate in a practical government course.

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