Seneca East Local Schools

Home of the Tigers

Phone Numbers

419.426.7041
Board Office

419.426.3344
Elementary Office

419.426.3312
High School Office

419.426.5400
Fax Number

Transportation

bus

Click the bus for transportation info.

Elementary/Middle School Yearbook Orders

You can order elementary and middle school yearbooks online at https://ybpay.lifetouch.com.  Seneca East's Yearbook ID Code is: 2367917.  Please note that this year's cover will be the Montage Design, so students will not be able to get their picture on the cover, just their name if you would like.  The order deadline is March 3, 2017.

New Elementary Yearbook Pic

MS/HS PBIS 2nd Quarter Incentive

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On January 13th PBIS rewarded students in grades 6-12 who did not receive any office referrals or detentions. Students received a ticket to redeem for a snow cone. 

2017-2018 Proposed School Calendar Public Input

You can view the proposed calendar for the 2017-2018 school year.  If you would like to give input on the proposed calendar, you can email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

2017-2018 Proposed School Calendar

Seneca East Students Attend S.O.A.R. Leadership Training

SOAR Leadership Training


On Monday, January 16, the following Seneca East students attended the S.O.A.R (Students Organized & Advocating Regionally) Leadership Training at Grace Community Church in Fremont, Ohio:   Brooke Cessna (gr.10 ), Matt Chappell (gr. 8), Allison Drown (gr.11), Courtney Heiser (gr.11 ), Halle Rotruck (gr.10 ), and Mykah Vogt (gr.10).
The day began with students from Seneca East, Fremont Ross, Genoa, and Liberty Benton schools introducing themselves to each other with Icebreaker activities. Discussions and activities throughout the day included Personality Types, What is a Leader?, What leader type are you?, Where do we go from here?, and Are you a follower or a leader?  Guest speakers at the training included Trooper Matt Davis from the Ohio State Highway Patrol to discuss the program “5 Minutes for Life”, and the importance of being a leader and to help spread the word to their school and community about the heroin and painkiller epidemic in our state. It is important to inform their peers about the dangers and consequences of alcohol and drugs and to share available resources for help when needed. Also presenting was Sandusky County Probation Officer Amanda Mitchell to discuss Flash Judgments. The students completed an activity based on pictures and found how it is very easy to make quick judgments on people based on looks. They learned that someone you think that looks “put together” could have a drug problem. The students enjoyed pizza, chips, and dessert for lunch and were given a chance to play a team building game in the gym.
Thank you to Kelly Garza (and her family), Charla Van Osdol, Jamie Belcher, and Albri from Firelands Counseling & Recovery Services for inviting us to this event.

Preview of Band/Choir Commemorative Composite Photos

Band/Choir Parents:

Photographs were recently taken of your student for the 2016-2017 Commemorative Composite Display being produced by North American Theatrical Photographers.  The following date will be the last chance that you have to view the photographs taken of your student at the school:

Wednesday, January 18, 2017 from 3-8 p.m.

Proofs will be show in the band room..  Proof representatives will be available to show you your student's proofs at this time.  

Payment is required on all orders and students may not view proofs unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.

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