News & Announcements

Two-Hour Delay Monday, April 15

The Seaford School District will open schools two-hours late this morning, Monday April 15th. Breakfast will not be served today, so please provide your child with a healthy breakfast at home. For Pre-K students, there is no AM pre-k. Full-day pre-k students should arrive two-hours late. Pre-K PM students who ride a bus will arrive at school at approximately 12:30 p.m. Pre-K PM students who are dropped off by a parent or caregiver, may still arrive at their regular time.
Please travel safely.
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Seaford Celebrating World Down Syndrome Day on March 21 by 'Rocking Our Socks'

On Thursday, March 21, 2019, the Seaford School District will be joining other schools and organizations around the world in celebrating WORLD DOWN SYNDROME DAY with ‘Rock Your Socks’ day. The 2018-19 Delaware State Teacher of the Year, West Seaford Elementary School’s Dana Bowe, has used part of her State Teacher of the Year monetary award to purchase socks for ALL students and staff in the Seaford School District as a way to promote acceptance of students with Down syndrome. We look forward to everyone 'Rocking their Socks' on Thursday.
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Blades Elementary School Named a 2019 'Superstars in Education' Winner

The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce and its affiliate, The Partnership, Inc., are pleased to announce the 2019 Superstars in Education award winners, which include Blades Elementary School for its Latino Family Literacy Project (LFLP). The Latino Family Literacy Project (LFLP) supports culturally responsive teaching practices and additive bilingualism by developing family reading routines. It builds community and cultural exchange among Latino families and bridges connections between home and school. There are three components to the program: literacy,
connections, and community, that focus on the value and benefit of family reading routines, regardless of language. Bilingual texts are shared each week with families through a lending library system. Trained educators work with adult family members, creating a shared family experience during which both parents and school age children learn English vocabulary together.

While many go through the rigorous application process, only a handful of winners are selected each year. Programs range from single classroom programs to collaborations between classes and other schools, or through community partnerships. This years Superstars winners will be recognized at a reception and awards ceremony on Monday, May 13, 2019.
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Seaford High School BPA Students Bring Home State Awards

Members of the Seaford High School chapter of the Business Professionals of America (BPA) attended the 2019 State Leadership Conference for Business Professionals of America in Dover. Team members competed in a variety of events from Digital Media and Economics to Presentation Management and Computer Events. Our students found much success and brought home 13 awards, the most ever for a Seaford High School Chapter. Seaford also won the Professional Cup signifying the top State chapter in Community Service. Additionally, Noelle Kuhoric was recognized as the Student of the Year.

Award winners:

Financial Analyst Team 2nd place- Danielle Schumacher, Raven West, Ayanna Cannon, Elvis Perez-Mazariegos

Economic Research 3rd place- Marley Fishburn

Digital Media Production 1st place- Marley Fishburn

Entrepreneurship 3rd place- Raven West

Interview Skills 3rd place- Caden Dickerson

Human Resource Management 2nd place- Noelle Kuhoric

PC Service and Troubleshooting 2nd place- Gorkem Ekizoglu

Computer Networking 2nd place- Gorkem Ekizoglu

Administrative Support Concepts 5th place- Gorkem Ekizoglu

Digital Marketing Concepts 2nd place- Gorkem Ekizoglu

Information Technology Concepts 2nd place- Gorkem Ekizoglu

Computer Security 4th place- Brandon Lara-Robles

Desktop Publishing 5th place- Ged Pearson
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Central Elementary Named a State Recognition School

Secretary of Education Susan Bunting will recognize 16 schools from across the state for their students’ academic achievement on Monday, December 10, and Central Elementary will be among those recognized.

The students at each selected school showed exceptional performance on state tests or made remarkable progress in closing the achievement gaps between student groups, including those from low-income families, racial minority groups and students with disabilities.

Each building named a 2018 Recognition School will receive an $8,000 award. Funding for the awards comes from the state's School Improvement funds.

Congratulations to the students and staff at Central!
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