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2015-2016 Elementary/MS Yearbooks for Sale

If you did not order a 2015-2016 elementary/middle school yearbook, there are some available for purchase in the SE office.  Softcover copies are $15 and there are also 9 hardcover copies available for $20.  Make checks payable to "Seneca East Local Schools."

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Seneca East Honor's Diploma Recipients

Twenty-three students were honored at a white-linen banquet on May 5th featuring keynote speakers Coach Kevin Dick and Coach Frank Lamoreaux.  At the ceremony, each student announced their college plans and paid tribute to a honorary guest of their choosing who had a great impact on their lives.

Honors Diploma Pic 2016

Pictures (l to r) Front Row:  Addie Daniel, Allison Bond, Natalie Bisignano, Shelby Miller, CJ Linkey, Kayleen England, Mykayla Ruffing, Kaelan Vogt, Michaela Drown, Katie Brown, and Chyann Collins.

Back Row (l to r):  Nate Snavely, Morgan Coffman, Shaye Brown, Shelby Bumb, Elliott Hoepf, Riley Kalb, Lydia Depinet, Brette Stockmaster

Not Pictured:  Kirsten Kochel, Cory Depinet, Jaedn Hayward, Marissa Williams

George O'Connor Visits Seneca East

New York Times best-selling author, George O'Connor, creator of The Olympians series and many other graphic novels and picture books visited Seneca East on Monday, May 2nd. He talked with 3rd-7th graders and hosted an after-school Comics-Making workshop for interested students.


Grim Reaper

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.


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