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June 2018 Examination Schedule June 2018 Examination Schedule: View the High School examination schedule here.
Seneca Summer Music Festival Seneca Summer Music Festival: May 20th, 2018 South Seneca High School 5:00 pm Donations will be accepted and all proceeds collected will benefit Brian Reynolds Free Admission
Students Attend Entrepreneurial Panel Students Attend Entrepreneurial Panel: The South Seneca students in the Introduction to Business and Accounting classes attended an entrepreneurial discussion panel Tuesday, April 24.   Students had the opportunity to hear from a group of local business owners as they discussed their personal stories of starting and maintaining their own businesses. The panelists also offered advice to future entrepreneurs. The panel was made up of Christy Wilcox of Christy’s Corner Studio, Larry Warfel of BLG Auction Services and Dan Grillone of Cobblestone Coffee Roasters.   "The speakers provided insightful stories about their journey in entrepreneurship," said Brandon Swanson, a senior at South Seneca.   The panel was held at the Geneva Public Library. This event was supported by Seneca Towns Engaging ...
Happy Birthday South Seneca! Happy Birthday South Seneca!: Happy Birthday South Seneca! The South Seneca Central School District was born fifty years ago today, on May 1, 1968, when the merger proposition between Ovid Central and Interlaken Central passed by four votes!
South Seneca High School Chorus Visits Guest Conductor South Seneca High School Chorus Visits Guest Conductor: The South Seneca High School Chorus visited choral conductor Dr. Adam Potter and other faculty on Thursday, April 5 at Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, New York.    Dr. Potter was a classmate of Mrs. Kyla Perry, 6-12 Choral Director at South Seneca Middle High School, when they were undergraduate students at Houghton College. Dr. Potter holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Music from Houghton College and a doctorate from Florida State University where he studied with renowned choral conductor, arranger, and composer Andre Thomas. Students also worked with Dr. Grace Cummings and voice professor, Professor Constance Fee.   Dr. Potter offered his own choral warm ups to help the group work on certain techniques. The students worked on different ...
Welcome to Pre-Kindergarten Welcome to Pre-Kindergarten: South Seneca Elementary School UPK Orientation Night Pre-Kindergarten Orientation Night will be held on Thursday, May 10, 2018 from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the elementary school auditorium.   This will be an evening dedicated to informing parents about the Pre-Kindergarten program. Childcare will be provided.   Students who will be 4 years old before December 1, 2018 are eligible to enroll in our full-day Universal Pre-Kindergarten program. South Seneca Central School does not charge tuition for out-of-district students, but out-of-district parents will be responsible for providing transportation for their child to and from school.   Registration packets will be available that evening or by calling the main office at 607-869-9636 ext. 4154.
Sports Awards Sports Awards: South Seneca Sports Awards will be June 7th, at 6:00 pm in the High School Auditorium.
Save a Life Tour Save a Life Tour: We are having the Save a Life tour visit our high school on Monday, April 23. This is a great program that stresses safety and warns against the dangers of distracted driving. Parents and community members are welcome. Our 50 minute assembly starts at 7:45 AM. Driving simulators will be available all day. Please email Mr. Houseknecht for more info:
Community Resources and Events Community Resources and Events: 11/28 Parent Book Club at Lodi Whittier Library Seneca County Community Resources Click on the community events folder below for specific events details. Community Events Folder The 2-1-1 Lifeline link below brings you to a list of many community service organizations in the Finger Lakes area.  2-1-1 / Lifeline If you have an announcement to share, please send it to Tim Houseknecht. Tim’s email is Thanks.  
Ovid Community Garden Ovid Community Garden: The Ovid Community Garden will soon begin its second growing season after being established adjacent to the South Seneca Middle/High School grounds last year.   Since last year, students and community members have worked together to maintain and develop the garden. South Seneca students were involved in the construction as well as cleaning up and winterizing the garden, which is currently home to about 20 plant beds.   Patty Parsons, a Middle School ELA instructor and community garden board member, is working the garden into her class time and curriculum. Her class’s garden plots will be inspired by the time periods represented in books they are studying in English class: a colonial-era garden to go along with the Revolutionary War novel My Brother Sam is Dead ...
Steps Sustainability Forum Steps Sustainability Forum: Exploring Community Well Being Now & For Our Future
Free Dental Care For Kids Free Dental Care For Kids: Free Dental Care for Kids, one day only!
Holocaust Commemoration Holocaust Commemoration: The Ithaca Area United Jewish Community invites you to the 2018 Holocaust Commemoration with Lea Malek - Holocaust Survivor.
Community Input Forum Community Input Forum: What Do You Think? Addiction, overdoses, suicide, bullying, depression, trafficking, reduction in support for programs… Please join us for any or all of our sessions to participate in strength-based conversations seeking your input.
C2 Sectional Champs! C2 Sectional Champs!: Congratulations to our class C2 Sectional Champs! So proud of this TEAM!
Social Studies Department Revamps Curriculum Social Studies Department Revamps Curriculum: Social Studies teachers at South Seneca have been working hard to update their class curriculum to focus more on conceptual learning through an inquiry-based approach to instruction.   This evolution is part of a broader effort across New York State – called the NYS Social Studies Framework – which aims to better prepare students for college, careers and participation in civic life. The transformation of Social Studies instruction is focused around three major instructional shifts that are defined as: Focus on Conceptual Understanding Foster Student Inquiry, Collaboration and Informed Action Integrate Content and Skills Purposefully.   With a greater emphasis on analysis and conceptual understanding, the new curriculum is designed to better prepare ...
Movie Matinee Movie Matinee: #ChooseKind
Kid Film Lab Kid Film Lab: The Ford Memorial Library presents a winter break session of Kid Film Lab
Cornell Cooperative Extension Helps Bring Local Food to our Cafeteria Cornell Cooperative Extension Helps Bring Local Food to our Cafeteria: The Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) is helping South Seneca cafeterias serve students more local produce through the Farm to School program.   The program began in 2016 and is supported by funding from the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets through CCE. A recently secured second round of funding will carry the effort forward for two more years.   Every few months, CCE staff meet with Kathy Bishop, the South Seneca Food Service Supervisor, to develop the menu for Farm to School days. The goal is that at least one Thursday each month the menu will be made entirely from ingredients grown and processed in New York State. With the help of the Farm to School grant, Seneca County CCE is able to help source and deliver the produce to South Seneca ...
Winter 2018 Falcon Four Award Winners Announced Winter 2018 Falcon Four Award Winners Announced: A “Falcon Four” award recognizes the contributions of students who help create a positive learning environment in their school community by exhibiting and promoting responsibility, kindness, respect and safety.   UPK recipients: Morgan McIlroy, Delaney Spicer, Kendell Oberbeck, Ellamae McLaughlin, Isaiah Jensen, Mason Lott, Daniel Barlow, Gianna Pullano, Hailey Hoad   Kindergarten recipients: Hayden Benjamin, Peyton Babineaux, Reyne Sneckenburg, Addison Robenolt, Michael Stetson, Blaine Couch, Brody David, Addyson Prentice, Johnny Rundell, Daniel Tostanoski, Lincoln Vonderchek, Aubrey Swanson, Analeigh Mead, Addison Hayes, Cata Beeching-Nye, Claire Parry, Colton Ransear, Darby Stannard, Easton Porter, Jazlyn Lopez, Judah Porter, Kelsey Hale-Schrader, Thomas Wellin, ...

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