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By Russell Stigall for Seward City News — Seward Sewahawk harriers met Monday for their first team run of the season. Around 30 youth attended this first practice. Freshmen to seasoned Seniors. Coach Dan Marshall roused them with an age-old truism – now is the time. Practice started August 1 and […]
Seward HS Pool Schedule June 6 – Aug 21 2016 Closed May 23 – June 12, July 4 Open Swim M, W , F 6:30 – 7:50 pm T & Th 3:30 – 4:50 pm Sun 4:00 – 5:20 pm Lap Swim M, W, F 6:30 – 8: am, […]
Finals are on Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday is class check out and locker clean up followed by a school picnic. We will run modified bell schedules these days. They are posted in the hallways. Good luck to our soccer teams as they take on Nikiski after school today […]
There is a MANDATORY meeting for Student Council during lunch in Mr. Hinder’s room. We will run a Table Top ALICE Drill during the back half of advisory on Thursday (from 9:55-10:05). ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) Training prepares individuals to handle threat of an Active Shooter. This […]
Cross Country sign up is happening this week. Stop by Coach Marshall’s room and get your running logs. This is a big week for seniors. Tomorrow and Thursday are finals, Friday is graduation practice, senior picnic and parade. Our Academic and Athletic Awards Night is Friday, May […]
Seward High School Sophomore Kendyl Morris is conducting an experiment for Science class and is asking the community to answer an anonymous questionnaire. In the words of Kendyl:”This questionnaire is being used for an experiment in my 10th grade Physical Science class. My experimental question states, “how does age affect […]
By Spencer Burgin for SCN – For Michael Marshall, answering the question, “Where are you from?” hasn’t gotten old yet. In Spearfish, South Dakota, at Black Hills State University, his answer of, “Seward, Alaska,” raises a few eyebrows. For many students, transitioning from high school to college is difficult enough. […]
All library items are due next Monday, May 9th. Lost items must be paid for by May 16th in order to be cleared for the end of the year check out. This is especially important for seniors hoping to receive their diplomas. Please check with the library if you […]
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NHS applications are due today. Please get them filled out and to Martha by 3pm. Accuplacer testing is available by appointment. Last day to schedule testing is May 11th. See Jackie Marshall. The KPBSD School Board will be meeting at Seward High School on Monday, May 2nd at […]
All tracksters need to be at the pool doors at 2:30 sharp today to get on the bus for a trail run! Dress for the weather. If you throw exclusively, Coach Scrivo will be here at about 3:15. There will be a Native Youth Leaders lunch today at […]
Good luck to our track and field team as they go to Kenai to compete today and tomorrow. Also, this afternoon our soccer teams compete at home against Wasilla. Games start at 3pm. Tomorrow they take on Voznesenka starting at 11am. Come on out to cheer on the Seahawks! […]
Please do not prop the outside doors open after school. Even though it feels warm, there is still a 20 degree difference in temperature and we’re just throwing heat money out the door. The results of a very challenging national trigonometry test that Seward High Precalculus students participated in […]
Know a Seward student looking for some financial help with university, college or technical community college? The Swetmann Scholarship is now open to all persons between age 16 to 21. More information and the application can be found on our website: www.friendsofsclm.org under the scholarship page. Or email us at […]
The Friends of the Seward Library Museum is currently accepting applications for the annual Swetmann Scholarship. This scholarship opportunity is available to Seward-area students, between the ages of 16-21, who have been schooled in the Seward area for at least two years and carry a current library card. Applicants are […]