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.
Officer DeMonte and K9 Officer Andy of the Tiffin Police Department visited first grade students at Seneca East on Friday, September 12th. Students in these classes have been learning about rules and laws along with the role of a police officer in the community.
Click here to see a photo gallery from the officer's visit.
Students starting ninth grade this fall will have new state requirements for earning a high school diploma. The change will ensure that our students are better prepared for success after high school whether they attend college, pursue other training or go directly into a job.
Students have three ways to qualify for graduation:
· Earn an appointed, combined passing score on a series of seven end-of-course exams in English, math, physical science, American history and American government. Students who take physical science, American history or American government as part of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate or College Credit Plus programs can take the end-of-course exams designed for these courses instead of the state’s end-of-course exams. This will avoid double testing.