Seneca East Local Schools

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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.


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Picture Retake Day

Picture Retake Day will be Friday, December 1, for elementary, middle school and high school students.  To order online go to  The picture day ID for elementary is:  WP117102Y1.  The Picture Day ID for middle school and high school is;  WP117103Y1.

Santa's Workshop

The Seneca County Junior Leadership Club is sponsoring a Santa's Workshop Event.  This event will be held on December 2nd from 1:30-4:30 p.m. and will be open to students in first through fourth grade.  During this time, children will rotate through different stations in which they will make homemade gifts for their friends and family for Christmas.  The cost is $10/child and the deadline to RSVP is November 24th.  Call 419-447-9722 to RSVP.

Seneca East SADD Club recognizes “Wipe Out Smoking” for the month of November

Every November, the third Thursday is set aside as the one day for all smokers to make a plan to quit smoking for good.  This year, The Great American Smoke Out is observed on November, 16, 2017.

Every day, several thousand adolescents in the United States light up their first cigarette, according to the statistics compiled by the American Cancer Society.  That means that more than a million kids will start smoking this year!  A third of those new smokers will eventually die of tobacco-related diseases.

This week, SADD Club members are teaching age-appropriate lessons to the elementary classes (grades 2-6) to begin the conversation on smoking.  Some of the topics include What is in a cigarette?, How does smoking and second-hand smoke effect your body?,  How to say “NO” to the peer pressure of smoking, and How does the media portray tobacco?, etc.  

Seneca East SADD Club wants to encourage all students, staff and community members to lead a tobacco-free life.  If you or any family member are addicted to tobacco, The American Cancer Society offers quit-smoking programs, resources, and support that increase your chances of quitting and staying quit.

Linda Bloomberg, SADD advisor


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