On May 3rd, Seneca East seniors participated in a program called the "Grim Reaper." Since a teenager is killed every 30 minutes in an alcohol related accident, these students were designated as one of the statistics. A person assigned as the "grim reaper" came in to a classroom and randomly chose a student to leave. The student was then given a t-shirt to change into and returned back to the classroom, but only as a memory. The student could no longer socialize or participate in class discussions. This activity was to help to encourage everyone to have a fun, but safe prom.
The next PTO Meeting will be on Monday, May 16th, at 6:30 p.m. in room 103.
The Spanish classes visited the Toledo Museum of Art on April 29.
· Students should be prepared with their college ID and copy of their college schedule prior to going to the college bookstore. The schedule can be printed off of their college account. If you don’t have an official college ID, a copy of their grade card or transcript paired with your state ID (Driver’s License) will suffice.
· Students are to go to the bookstore and collect all necessary materials for classes and charge theSeneca East Schools account. You will NOT pay for your materials required for classes. The only exception to this is for students taking courses at Tiffin University. Those students will pick up their books at the start of the semester from the Seneca East Guidance Department.
· At the conclusion of the semester, students will return the books to the school counselor. If a student fails to return the books the family will be responsible for the cost of all books and materials for their student.
Teresa Felter, SE school bus driver, is STATE BOUND. She placed 3rd at the Northwest Regional Bus Roadeo and her team placed FIRST. She will compete in the state competition on . Great Job and GOOD LUCK AT STATE.