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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


8th Grade Parent Meeting--Save the Date!

When: December 13, 2017  6:30 P.M.
Where: School Auditeria
What:  All parents of students going on to High School next year are strongly encouraged to attend this meeting.  Meeting topics will include:
  • Graduation requirements
  • State testing options
  • Honor's diploma
  • NCAA clearing house
  • Student's four year planners
  • Sentinel/Career technical options
  • Seneca East course of studies

Lady Tigers Winter Basketball Camp

The coaching staff and Lady Tiger players are excited to host a winter basketball camp at Seneca East for all girls in grades 3rd through 6th.  If you are looking for something fun to do this winter and would like to learn more about the sport of basketball, please fill out a form and send it back to the school. The deadline is Tuesday, November 28th. We hope to see you out on the court this winter.

Registration Form for Lady Tigers Winter Basketball Camp

English Classes Write to Celebrities

Miss Schrembeck's classes wrote to celebrities to practice writing and proper letter format. The students could choose any celebrity they wanted and some celebrities sent the students gifts back. So far they have received lots of responses!
1. Seth Biglin (10th grade, wearing gray shirt) got a Zink duck call 
2. Hailey King (11th grade, wearing tie die, holding up letter) got an autograph from Thomas Rhett
3. Abby Waldock (10th grade, photograph) got an autograph from Thomas Rhett on a picture she sent him
4. Hannah Michel (10th grade, holding up Indians goodies) got a Cleveland Indians package, which included a jersey, scarf, and hand written note back
5. Kristin Staab (10th grade, wearing black hoodie) got a book, Dark Desire, from author Christine Feehan 
6. Hailey Wolfe (10th grade, wearing burgundy shirt) received a letter and picture from Michael Conor
7. Megan Rife (10th grade,holding up cavs goodies) received a Cleveland Cavs gift box, which included a t-shirt, hat, bag, journal, pens, and mini basketball. 
8. Hanah Bisignano (10th grade, wearing blue)- got an autograph from Jennie Fitch
9. Alivia Lucius (11th grade, gray t shirt) received autographs from Diamond Rio and Heidi Klum 


Red Ribbon Week Winners

SADD Club sponsored a coloring and poster contest for grades Kdg.-5.  The following winners are:

Kdg. Madison Bordner
1st    Campbell Good
2nd   Becca Heiser
3rd    Lilyan Hamilton
4th    Quinlan Burroughs
5th    Gavin Howery
The middle school and high school had a door decorating contest.  The theme for this year was " Your future is key, so stay Drug Free".  
The Middle school winner was Mr. Marinis's study hall students and the High School winner was Mr. Roth's study hall students.
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