Social-emotional skills made fun and easy for grades K-2

“What makes you feel cranky or upset?” a presenter with BeetleDoo Kids asked Golden Hill first graders during a recent, interactive performance teaching social-emotional skills. “When someone takes your toys,” one student replied. Another student painted a more vivid and relatable picture, for all ages: “This morning there was so much to do, I was …

Sweetest day of kindergarten, ever!

What holiday tradition gives you sticky fingers and makes your mouth water? Mrs. O’Connor’s kindergartners had the sweetest day of school, ever, building gingerbread houses with the most tantalizing array of candy shapes and colors. Doing their best to resist their scrumptious building materials, they set their imagination free and exercised their fine motor skills …

Spartan soccer athletes make local All-State selection

              Congratulations to Seward’s soccer athletes Alexa Roach, a senior, and Shannon Sgombick, a freshman, on making the local All-State, Class C, fourth-team selection—and their outstanding contributions to the Spartan girls soccer team this season!

Numbers Don’t Lie: A Community Forum for Drug Awareness, Dec. 16

Parents of school-aged children are invited to participate in a Community Forum for Drug Awareness on Monday, Dec. 16, at 7 p.m., at the Warwick Valley Middle School. Why it matters 30% of high school seniors say that heroin is easy to obtain; 13% of eighth-graders agree. 90% of prescription drug addictions start in the …

Elf The Musical Jr. coming to S.S. Seward’s stage this Friday and Saturday, Dec. 6-7

“It’s the story of Buddy the Elf” like you’ve never seen it or heard it before! Florida’s Elf and Santa helpers are guaranteed to bring out your jolliest ‘sElf’ and send you singing all the way home.   S.S. Seward’s High School Drama Club’s production of Elf The Musical Jr. is based on the beloved holiday …

Storytelling and handcrafts connect kindergartners with native America

Nothing captures the imagination of a child like a good story with a child hero.    As part of their English Language Arts studies, students in Mrs. Tutko’s kindergarten class have been learning about Native American history through storytelling. Winona, a Native American child of the Great Plains, was part of a family and tribe …

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