Seward Schools

Community Project: Schoolyard Habitat

Community Project: Schoolyard Habitat

by Jenn Haugh & Kirstie Lorelei Willean- Transformation of the Seward Elementary grounds from its original landscaping, when the school first opened in 1990, to an outdoor learning environment was completed in 2016.  Perhaps you were one of the multitudes of dedicated volunteers who shared in the community Schoolyard Habitat Project. […]

I went with the wrestling team to Barrow

A Letter of Gratitude from Nele Hohenstein

4478.04 miles air distance between my two homes. I wanted to go on exchange since I was 14 years old and it came true because of Rotary International. I lived in Seward for the last 11 months. I really enjoyed my time here. I had awesome and memorable experiences. I really want to […]

Seward High Seahawks Take Off at State

Seward High Seahawks Take Off at State

When Seward High School track star Hunter Kratz began to race the 3200m at the state finals in Palmer, he knew immediately something was wrong. Normally one of the fastest athletes in the state in this event, Kratz finished with a time of 10:05.46, well-behind his expectations. After the event, […]

Borough School Funding Thank You

Borough School Funding Thank You

The Seward PTSA would like to thank our assembly representative Kenn Carpenter for voting to approve Mayor Mike Navarre’s budget request for school funding during approval of the borough budget last night! With the local contribution portion of the district budget finalized, hopefully the district will be able to move […]

Baby and parents swim at the pool together two afternoons a week. Heidi Zemach photo.

Seward High School Pool Schedule

Seward HS Pool Schedule June 6 – Aug 20 2017 Closed May 21 – June 5, July 4 Open Swim T & Th                       3:30 – 4:50 pm M, W, F                       6:30 – 7:50 pm Sun                           4:00 – 5:20 pm Lap Swim M, W, F                       6:30 – 8:00 am M – […]

Well-Deserved Retirement for Penny Duncan

Well-Deserved Retirement for Penny Duncan

The following article was written by Seward High School junior Elena Hamner.  To view more school news, please visit http://shstoday.org/ Penny Duncan has held the position as head custodian at Seward High School for a little over 20 years. Day in and day out, she has patrolled the halls keeping our […]

Petrosius Breaks SHS High Jump Record

Petrosius Breaks SHS High Jump Record

The following article was written by Seward High School students Tanis Lorring and Megan Koster.  To see a video clip of the high jump and read more student news, please visit http://shstoday.org/ At the SHS home track meet on April 25, sophomore Coral Petrosius broke a thirty-year school record for the […]

Seward High Volleyball Car Wash

Seward High Volleyball Car Wash

Seward High Volleyball Car Wash – The Seward Volleyball team is fundraising a car wash to buy training equipment for the team.   Please come get your dirty car washed and make a donation to the team, and no appointment needed.  If you would like your inside of your car detailed […]

Four Valleys Community School Summer Intensives are one of KMTA's new grants.

National Heritage Area Grants Build Bridges

From a new steel beam bridge across California Creek in Girdwood to a storytelling project between elders and youth in Seward, Kenai Mountains Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area awarded grants to connect people to places and their stories at the April 12 KMTA Board meeting. National Heritage Area grants are […]

Guernsey Reflects on Senate Page Program

Guernsey Reflects on Senate Page Program

The following article was written by Seward High School freshman Lindy Guernsey.  For more high school news, please visit our site http://shstoday.org/ In the summer of 2016, Ashley Guernsey applied to be a senate page for the fall-winter session, and she was selected by Lisa Murkowski to attend the Senate Page […]