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Using Multiplayer Classroom Games to Encourage Learning Using Multiplayer Classroom Games to Encourage Learning: Mrs. Karen Sanchez has implemented collaborative classroom quiz games to engage students in her Spanish classes in an exciting, new way.   Quizlet Live and Quizizz are interactive games that are designed to provide an active and fun approach to class material. Students compete in real time, either individually or on teams, for the highest score on subjects being studied.   “Since I don't use a textbook for my courses, these activity websites allow me to easily customize them to our curriculum,” Mrs. Sanchez said. “I have used them for everything from basic vocabulary and grammar to sentence structure and even literary analysis.”   Both games allow users to search from existing sets made by educators on a wide variety of subjects and topics, ...
Paint & Wine Party Paint & Wine Party: Sunday, February 11th 5-7 pm Thirsty Owl Wine Company Proceeds to benefit the  FORD LIBRARY EXPANSION PROJECT
School Avoidance/Anxiety Summit School Avoidance/Anxiety Summit:   We Need Your Voice and Help!   Family Members, Students, School Staff, Providers and Community Members are encouraged to attend.
Testing Schedule January 22-24 Testing Schedule January 22-24: Follow this link to view High School testing and activities scheduled for the week of January 22-26.
SSCS Weight Room SSCS Weight Room: Evening hours- The Weight Room will be open to staff and community members Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 5:30-7:30
South Seneca UPK Class Makes Christmas Cards for Senior Citizens South Seneca UPK Class Makes Christmas Cards for Senior Citizens: Ms. Quincy Townsend and Ms. Victoria Converse’s UPK class has been hard at work making Christmas cards to send to three different senior living communities.   The 16 students in class were able to make more than 150 cards to be delivered to Brookdale Senior Living in Corning, Verona Village in Ovid and St. Mary Apartments in Baldwinsville. Each of the three communities is home to family members of South Seneca staff.   "Making the Christmas cards was a chance for us to give our students an authentic learning experience while also instilling the importance of kindness and giving during the holiday season," Victoria Converse said.   This activity gave the young students a chance to spread some Christmas cheer while also practicing their fine motor skills. ...
Extended Day Program Performs for Friends and Family Extended Day Program Performs for Friends and Family: South Seneca students in the extended day program recently put on a production of “The True Story of Humpty Dumpty.”   The cast of the play was made up of 13 students from second and third grades, most of whom had never had a chance to participate in a theater production before. Students prepared for the show with the help of Andrea Puls and Kristin Parry, who are co-drama instructors for the extended day program.   “Kids need an outlet for energy and imagination,” Kristin Parry said. “Learning to be comfortable in front of an audience will serve them well all their lives.”   The play was performed in the auditorium at the South Seneca Middle School/High School for an audience full of friends and family.   “The kids ...
An Evening of Self Care An Evening of Self Care: Community Conversation: An Evening of Self Care
The Duke's Ball The Duke's Ball: The South Seneca Falcon Players and the South Seneca Falcon Music Boosters have created a new scholarship to honor the memory and legacy of long time music teacher and community member Robert "Duke" Gerlach, who passed away last spring.   We are excited to have created a new and unique way to raise money to support this scholarship as well.
Falcon Players Production Falcon Players Production: Dec. 1st, 2nd and 3rd~ Come and join the South Seneca Falcon Players for some traditional holiday Peanuts Gang fun in: ‘Tis The Seasons Charlie Brown! This fall production includes our most beloved Peanuts Gang in the pumpkin patch; having Thanksgiving dinner together and finding “what Christmas is all about Charlie Brown”! These holiday treasures will also include a holiday sing along with the audience and a visit from “you know, Santa Clause and ho, ho, ho and mistletoe…” all in true Peanuts fashion! See Details below... and email or call Tina Bauder to reserve tickets!
Falcon Four Award Winners Falcon Four Award Winners: Fall 2017 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: Olivia Acker, Joshua Borst, Sophia Parker, Jackson Jennings, Ana Carpenter, Lincoln Church, Ethan Wetmore, Marni Millerd   Kindergarten recipients : Hayden Benjamin, Peyton Babineaux, Addison Robenolt, Zoey Rappleye, Reyne Sneckenburg, Danielle Nelson, Ethan Aman, David Jensen, Cata Beeching-Nye, Claire Parry, Easton Porter, Judah Porter, Kelsey Hale-Schrader, Thomas Wellin, Olivia Want, Darby Stannard, Brody David, Hunter Jones, Analeigh Mead, Addyson Prentice, Johnny Rundell, ...
Fall Vocal Showcase Fall Vocal Showcase: Come enjoy our Fall Vocal Showcase on November 15 at 7 p.m. in the Ovid Auditorium!   Hear South Seneca students and faculty sing songs of their own choosing. Come hear song from Musicals such as Wicked, Finding Neverland, Man of La Mancha, Once Upon a Mattress and more, songs from the movies, Moana and Sleeping Beauty, and songs by Lady Gaga, Dolly Parton, Colbie Callait, Taylor Swift, Elvis Presley, Sam Smith, Nirvana and more!   The Falcon Music Boosters are raffling off a "Made in the Finger Lakes" basket that evening featuring products and gift cards from businesses in our Falcon Music home, featuring Finger Lakes Photographers Diane Dersch (also a former South Seneca Music Teacher) and Carrie Smalser, Lively Run Dairy ...
Chicken & Biscuit Dinner Chicken & Biscuit Dinner: Join the Lady Falcons Basketball Team for a   Chicken and Biscuit Dinner- BEST in the County When: Friday, November 10, 2017 Where: South Seneca Sportsman’s Club- Yarnell Road Time: 4:30-6:30 pm(or gone)    Cost: $10.00 $1.00 off for those that served or serve in our US Military
Community Passport Day Community Passport Day: ***SAVE THE DATE!!***   YORKER'S CLUB COMMUNITY PASSPORT DAY November 11 At South Seneca HS Library 12 - 1PM   Seneca County Clerk Tina Lotz will be here to process passport applications. Cost: $110 for adults and kids age 16 and older $80 children under 16   To apply for your passport: If you are 18 and older bring with you…. Your checkbook Your application filled out BUT NOT SIGNED an original birth certificate (with a raised seal) photo ID 2 2x2 passport photos already taken (RiteAid, Walmart, CVS)  If you are 16-17 bring with you.... 1 parent and their checkbook your passport application filled out BUT NOT SIGNED photo ...
Project Based Learning Project Based Learning: Mrs. Mosher’s 6 th Grade Science Uses Project Based Learning to Explore the Finger Lakes Region   Students in Mrs. Mosher’s sixth grade science class will be experiencing a new, student-driven curriculum as they use project based learning to guide their classwork.   Mrs. Mosher chose to completely revamp her lesson plan this year to utilize a different method of teaching. Project based learning is an approach in which students gain a deep understanding of content through active investigation, research and immersion into the topic through complex questions and problem solving.   Project based learning allows students to pick a topic to study and empowers them to seek out information and research the topic on their own. A project outline established ...
Lion King Trip Lion King Trip: SOUTH SENECA FALCON PLAYERS Trip to see: The Lion King @ Shea’s Theatre in Buffalo, NY. We are currently looking at the dates below as possibilities for our trip to see The Lion King. We cannot confirm and purchase tickets until we have a definite commitment and deposit from participants. Possible trip dates (in order of priority): Thursday, Dec. 21st —1pm Matinee (bus would leave Ovid School at approx. 10am and return at approx. 7:30pm). Wednesday, Jan. 3rd – 7:30pm curtain (bus would leave Ovid School at approx. 3pm and return at approx. 12:00 Midnight). Thursday, Jan. 4th – 7:30pm curtain (bus would leave Ovid School at approx. 3pm and return at approx. 12:00 Midnight). T To participate you must turn in your initial permission ...
Elementary School Art Classes Complete Group Project Elementary School Art Classes Complete Group Project: Look at this beautiful project made by second through fifth grade art classes. Each student created a square to be compiled into this stunning quilt design!  
Falcon Family Festival Falcon Family Festival: Falcon Family Festival at South Seneca Central Schools   Join us Thursday, October 19 at the South Seneca Middle School/High School starting at 6 p.m. for the Falcon Family Festival!   This open house will bring together the school with community organizations and businesses. It is open to all community members, we hope to see you there!  
Class of 2018 Yard Sale Class of 2018 Yard Sale: South Seneca Class of 2018   Help raise $$$ for the class of 2018 by renting table(s) or making donations Saturday--October 28 th --8am - 2pm Atrium of the SSCS Ovid Campus       (1)     8’ table    $  8          (2)     8’ tables  $14       (3)     8' tables  $18   Proceeds to benefit Class of 2018 Drop-off donations or reserve table(s) by Wednesday--October 25th    by contacting: Brenda Register (607) 279-0343   bregister@southseneca.org
Finger Lakes Works Event Finger Lakes Works Event: Students Learn About Career Opportunities at “Finger Lakes Works … With Their Hands!” Event   A group of 20 students from South Seneca travelled to Rodman Lott & Son Farms near Seneca Falls to join students from other area high schools and learn about trades related careers.   The event, sponsored by Finger Lakes Works, is an initiative designed to expose high school students to some of the many viable career paths available in trade work in the region. More than 50 local businesses were represented, from fields including welding, plumbing, electrical work, advanced manufacturing and agriculture.   "This event provides students the opportunity to gain insight into trades related career paths,” said Scott Anderson, a guidance counselor ...



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