The following article was written by Seward High School sophomore Sarah Martin. For more high school news, please visit our site https://shstoday.org/ What do you get when you combine two seniors, one state qualifier, and 24 years of experience? A great swim season. Sophomore Connor Spanos met both of his goals […]
DEED staff have enjoyed sharing out all the amazing coding activities happening in schools across the state this week on social media. We’d like to give a shout out to North Slope Borough School District and their huge enthusiasm for coding from students in their district. “I’ve been working with […]
The following article was written by Seward High School foreign exchange student Lucia Lombardia. For more high school news, please visit our site at https://shstoday.org/ The Seward Seahawk volleyball team has finally ended with a great season, and ranked third in the regional tournament. The Seahawks have been showing a strong […]
‘Tis the season! The community Wish Tree is waiting just for you! It is located in the library and decorated with blank sponsorship cards, anticipating you and others from our community to sponsor new library books for children and young adults. In recent years, more than 60 new books have […]
The following article was written by Seward High School freshman Anevay Ambrosiani. For more high school news, please visit our site at https://shstoday.org/ How well do you know Jessi Hood? Is she someone whom you see in the hallway but don’t make eye contact? Or is she a close classmate whom you […]
NEWS RELEASE Title VI Native Education Meeting The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Title VI Advisory Committee will hold a public meeting Wednesday, December 6, 2017. Interested tribal elders, community members, students and parents are encouraged to participate. Wednesday, December 6, 2017 3:00—4:30 p.m. Borough Assembly Chambers, Borough Administration Building 144 […]
Editor’s Note: This program has no affiliation with the national charity organization “Coats for Kids” or its parent organization “Operation Warm.”
The agenda for the December 4, 2017 Board of Education meeting is now available on BoardDocs.
Please join us Nov. 29th at 6:30pm in the Seward Elementary Library for our monthly meeting. Come hear important news about our schools and PTA programs.
by Kelley Lane for Seward City News- I’ve driven past Seward Elementary school a handful of times, but since I’m not a parent or teacher, I’d not been inside to see what a wonder of creativity and happiness it is. This past Tuesday, I got the opportunity. I was invited […]
Seward PTA is accepting orders through the weekend! Easy ordering at www.sewardakpta.com Many thanks to our awesome sponsors! Hertz of Seward & Carlile Trucking
The following article was written by Seward High School foreign exchange student Dania Schulze. For more student articles and high school news, please visit our site at https://shstoday.org/ On November 13th, Ruby Lindquist, whose passion is to run, signed a letter of intent for Black Hills State University. Fifteen colleges from […]
The City of Seward is seeking up to four high school students to participate in a student exchange with Obihiro, Japan. Japanese students come to Seward in late July and then Seward students travel to Obihiro in early August. Applications are available at the high school through Martha Fleming or the main […]
The National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) believes that all young people deserve a quality arts education and encourages students to pursue artistic expression through participation in its annual Reflections Program. In its more than 40-year history, the program has encouraged millions of students across the nation and in American schools […]
You can now find the Seward School Lunch Menus on SCN! There is no need to scroll through posts; link directly from our banner. Look for the “Seward Schools” Tab on our title bar, and click on School Lunch!
A lot of hard work and great art coming from SHS Art students this year! Here is a sampling from the first quarter: Much more art can be found here at our SHS Art Blog. Some Independent Projects: Ruby Lindquist Emilia Whitcome Blaze Havnen Black Light Fish Tank Themed paintings […]
The Seward Middle School received a $1,000 mini-grant and a $3,495 competitive grant to create a Maker Lab at their school. According to science teacher Carlyn Nichols, they have re-purposed their woodshop/art room at Seward Middle and turned it into a Maker Lab. Her favorite definition of a Maker Space […]
Yee Haw! Saddle Up and Read is the theme of the elementary library’s fall book fair. The fair has books for just about everyone, so come on down and check it out! Buy a book for a child in your life, or donate a book to a classroom library. The […]