Seward Schools

Seahawk Day of Caring Spring Fundraiser

Seahawk Day of Caring Spring Fundraiser

Seward High School and the Seward Seahawk Athletic Booster Club are excited to announce a new signature spring fundraiser – Seahawk Day of Caring!   The idea was conceived when SHS alumnus David Dieckgraeff was approached about ideas for fundraising and said, “I want to see the kids helping out […]

2018/19 Kindergarten Round Up April 11

2018/19 Kindergarten Round Up April 11

2018/19 Kindergarten Round Up has arrived! Wednesday, April 11th 5:30 – 6:30 What to bring: your 5 year-old (must be 5 by September 1st to enroll in kindergarten; optional to bring him/her) shot records birth certificate any questions you have. Miss Haugh and Ms. Alexis look forward to meeting all of […]

Scholarship award up to $1500

Scholarship award up to $1500

Scholarship opportunity is currently available for Seward-area students, ages 16 to 21, who have been schooled in or near Seward for at least two years and have their own current library card. Applicants for this scholarship must do more than fill out a form. He or she must also demonstrate […]

Community Book Read and Workshop for Writers, April 21st

Community Book Read and Workshop for Writers, April 21st

Community Book Read and Writers’ Workshop with Libby Fisher Hellman is scheduled for Seward on April 21, 2018. Hellman will read from her recent publication War, Spies and Bobby Sox. This book presents three novellas about women who discover that the tumultuous effects of war were not confined to the […]

A Ski to Remember

A Ski to Remember

The following article was written by Seward High School senior Ruby Lindquist.  To view pictures of the skiers at the state race and also peruse other high school news, please visit https://shstoday.org/ What does it feel like to cross a finish line, leaving absolutely everything you have on the course? The […]

Caring for the Kenai Finalists Chosen

Caring for the Kenai Finalists Chosen

Kenai, March 8th, 2017– With high schools from Homer to Seward participating in this year’s Caring for the Kenai (CFK) environmental and disaster preparedness contest, a panel of eight judges from the professional community selected twelve Kenai Peninsula Borough high school students to compete for over $28,000 in cash awards […]

Children participating in PLAAY in Seward. Photo by Julie DeBoard.

The Power of PLAAYing Together

by Justine Pechuzal for Seward City News- Over fifty years ago, President John F. Kennedy deemed ‘Chicken Fat’ the theme song for his national youth fitness program.  It seems unlikely now that a song named after poultry pudge would inspire fitness, but the 1960’s were a different era. A sensation […]

Seward High Art: Playing Cards

Seward High Art: Playing Cards

For this project, we looked at playing cards and talked about rotational symmetry – where a design is flipped 180 degrees instead of being a mirror image. Here is what SHS Art Students came up with for their own designs!  More work at our Blog here 🙂 Clara Lee Riley […]

John Moriarty powers in for a lay up.  Photograph by Elena Hamner

Seahawk Hoops Update

The following article was written by Seward High School freshman Anevay Ambrosiani.  Thirty additional game photos taken by Elena Hamner can be viewed with the article on the high school news site https://shstoday.org/ It’s that time of year again, where basketball is the main buzz of the community. Not only are […]