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C2 Sectional Champs!

Congratulations to our class C2 Sectional Champs! So proud of this TEAM!

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2018-2019 Sports Information Night 2018-2019 Sports Information Night: Attention South Seneca Parents and  Athletes 2018-2019 Sports Information Night is August 5t, 6 pm, High School Auditorium. Who is expected to attend?    All Fall Athletes and Parents (Please note, all information shared at this meeting is important and critical for all athletes to hear, regardless of what season the athlete participates in, we welcome all  seasons to attend) Agenda - 4:30—Mandatory Coaches and Athletic Director ... more >>
South Seneca Summer Food Service Program South Seneca Summer Food Service Program: The South Seneca CSD announces its participation in the Summer Food Service Program.   Meals will be provided to all children 18 years and under without charge. In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S.Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, ... more >>
Graduation 2018 Graduation 2018: View photos from Graduation 2018! more >>
Musical Theater Camp 2018 Musical Theater Camp 2018: Between the Lakes Community Service Players: Aspects of the Stage, Musical Theater Camp 2018 more >>
Fifth Grade ELA Researches Ethics in Business Fifth Grade ELA Researches Ethics in Business: Fifth grade ELA students are researching large companies’ business practices for a project based on human rights and business ethics.   The assignment developed after students showed interest in taking on a research project while learning about human rights activism. Fifth grade ELA instructor Alexandra Ackerman worked together with elementary school librarian Beth McCheyne to structure the project in a way that would be manageable for fifth grade students.   “I feel ... more >>

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