News & Announcements

Board of Education Meeting

There will be a Board of Education Meeting on Monday, September 20, 2021 in the Board Room of the District Administrative Office and at the following link:
Join Zoom Meeting
https://seaford-k12-de-us.zoom.us/j/85475614351
Meeting ID: 854 7561 4351
The meeting will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m. with the public session. The Executive session will be held at the end of the meeting if necessary. Any requests for public participation must be received in the District Office no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, September 17, 2021. Forms are available at the District Office.

Back to School Events

Students return on August 30th and August 31st but teachers return this week. In conjunction with their return we have several back to school events taking place.

Delaware Makes national headlines for high quality Instruction

Category: Educator Support and Development, News

At a Glance...
-Curriculum and access to high-quality instructional materials are important drivers in student learning. Ensuring all students have access to grade-level materials is critical to their success.
-Delaware educators, in conversations facilitated by the Rodel Teacher Network, said they needed more state support on vetting and organizing online materials.
-Since then, Delaware schools made national headlines for using high-quality instructional materials and the positive impact made on educator and student success.
-A new statewide initiative aims to provide educators and school leaders with a rich library of resources and approaches to professional development for implementing and utilizing high quality instructional materials in classrooms.



Four Delaware Districts Become National Stars

Four local districts—Seaford, Cape Henlopen, Brandywine, and Red Clay—received some national kudos this summer.

Knowledge Matters, a nationwide issue campaign, is spotlighting districts across the country they consider superstars when it comes to high-quality instructional materials, specifically ones that “improve literacy, student engagement, and student achievement.”

The educator-, expert-, and science-backed movement even toured the country examining districts as they implement curricula that build students’ background knowledge as literacy skills are developed.
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