District Announcements/News

  • ’Tis the Season of Giving in Seaford

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  • Honor Society Members Perform Community Service

    Community service is a staple of National Honor Society chapters at schools across the country, and students at Seaford High School have been living up to the mission. More than 60 members of the organization took part in a holiday food drive, heading to three area supermarkets to collect donations.

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  • Manor Students, Staff Spread Joy Within

    An idea that started as a way for Seaford Manor Elementary School staff members to spread joy to each other during the holiday season quickly was embraced by students, who also wanted to bring each other cheer.

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  • Spotlight Shines on Technology at Seaford Middle School

    Seaford Middle School celebrated Tech Week from Dec. 2-6 and teachers used the opportunity to showcase many different ways to integrate technology into the curriculum.

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  • Seaford Alumni Share College Selection Tips

    Less than a year removed from their days at Seaford High School, a group of college freshman returned to their old stomping grounds on Nov. 27 to share some words of wisdom. The first alumni day, organized by Assistant Principal Nicole Schnabel and guidance department Chairwoman Joanna Scordo, provided current students with an opportunity to learn from those who recently made the transition to higher education.

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  • Middle School Advisory Program Builds Community

    Seaford Middle School’s advisory program, Advice and Support for Kids, provides students with opportunities to discuss topics beyond the academic curriculum in small-group settings while participating in activities that bring the school community together.

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  • Harbor Kindergartners Get a Learning Check Up

    They may have only started school a few months ago, but kindergartners at Seaford Harbor Elementary School have already become doctors. Youngsters in Marisa Cirillo’s class recently donned gloves, masks, scrub hats and even photo ID badges while performing literacy and math “operations” in their classroom.

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