Literacy is key as consultant Leah Mermelstein joins district teachers in creating K-8 writing curriculum

District teachers representing grade levels from pre-K through grade 8 met with literacy consultant Leah Mermelstein earlier this month in pursuit of creating an effective, cohesive curriculum for writing. “We are tasked with creating a K-through-8 writing curriculum,” said Mermelstein, who is working with a writing cadre of teachers. Mermelstein graduated from the University of …

One hundred days smarter

Friday, Feb. 11 was the 100th day of school! Yippee! It’s such a milestone…and a tremendous opportunity to up those math skills! Classes in the younger grades did just that – counting, organizing and having fun while doing it.                           Kindergartners also counted …

Seward boys basketball seniors honored

Our senior boys basketball players were celebrated recently as they close out  their careers on the hardwood here at Seward. We thank them for sharing their talents on the basketball court and wish them the best! Gavin Acuna     Cole Buchalski     Bernard Rebaya     William Shannon

The specialness of two – Golden Hill celebrates this special day with tutus, tie dye and lots of fun

Twos were wild at Golden Hill Elementary School on Wednesday, whose date just happened to be 2/2/22! To celebrate that very cool repeated digit date, students showed some love to the number two this day. There were twos everywhere – on desks and in hallways. Teachers and students were twinning, tutus were the most popular …

Congratulations to our senior winter athletes

Our senior winter athletes were honored by their teammates, coaches and families recently, as they end this part of their athletic careers here at Seward. Girls Basketball Kassidy DeGroat   Brianna McLeod   Katie Mulhare   McKenzie Richner   Cheerleading Kyra Falone   Kalynn Parker   Swimming Theadore Zimouski

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