Please follow the link below to the Community Input Survey from the Seneca East Board of Education. Your participation is greatly appreciated and all input from the community will be reviewed.
On December 12th the Seneca East High School Student Council visited the Elmwood Shawhan Assisted Living Center in Tiffin. The students collected Christmas cards from their fellow students and then delivered them to the residents.
The Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Services and the Tiffin-Seneca Public Library are sponsoring a Christmas Essay Contest and Coloring Contest. A Seneca East student, Ella Martin, won the the first Christmas Essay Contest and read her essay at the Tiffin Christmas Tree Lighting Cermony. For more information about how to enter the Christmas Essay Contest and Coloring Contest, please click on the following links. The essay contsest deadline is January 12, 2018 and is open to students in Pre-K through high school. The theme this year is a happy Christmas memory. The coloring contest is aimed at young adults and older and the winner will receive $100 Chamber Cash.
To read the article "Know! To Keep It Safe This Holiday--Adults and Alcohol," please click the following link.
On December 6th, 49 of Seneca East’s SADD and FCCLA club members attended a seminar at the “Q”in Cleveland. The students participated in activities to simulate what it would be like to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol and to experience how much it would affect their vision, reaction time, and balance. There were also resource tables set up with pamphlets of information along with bracelets, pom poms, etc.
The guest speaker was Jim “Basketball” Jones who had the entire audience laughing and participating in basketball tricks. He delivered a motivational speech as well with the main theme of “we are not perfect”, “never give up”, “we are all unique”, and “do the best that you can”.
Some of the schools had a chance to share what their SADD club does during the school year. After sharing, all members played interactive Kahoot on their phones with questions pertaining to drugs, alcohol, suicide, depression, etc. There were several prizes given out during the seminar donated by the CAVS.
After the seminar, we walked to Tower City for dinner and then watched the CAVS beat the Sacramento Kings!! All in all, the day was educational and entertaining for the SADD and FCCLA members. We were very proud of our members behavior and participation in this event.
On Sunday, December 17th, at 6:30 p.m., the 5th & 6th grade bands and the Junior High Band will perform at Seneca East on the auditeria stage. Parents and guests are invited to attend and a 50/50 drawing will be held.