The Seaway Scoop – November 27, 2019

The Seaway Athletic and Academic Awards were held on Thursday November 21st at 6:30pm in the gym at Seaway District High School. Returning students from Grades 10-12 attended with their families and received various athletic and academic awards.

There will be a glow in the dark fun night on Thursday November 28th at the school for Grades 4-8 students.The admission fee is $5. There will be many activities such as video games, volleyball, a photo booth and a dance in the gym. There will also be a canteen and the Seaway Prom Committee is hoping to have lots of students attend.

This past week was Bullying Awareness and Prevention week at SDHS. A bulletin board and many posters were put up in honour of the week.

The ‘Caught You Caring’ campaign has been started and will run until Christmas. Adult staff members can nominate students for good character and names will be drawn at this year’s annual Christmas concert.

On November 21st and 22nd Seaway hosted Intermediate Volleyball and our two teams played exceptionally well. Seaway is hosting the Upper Canada Regional Volleyball Tournament on December 16th.

The secondary school girls volleyball teams have been selected. Lindsay Fleming will coach the Senior team while Lilace McIntyre will the Novice team. Tryouts for boys basketball have also begun, coached by community volunteers Bob Thompson and Matt Hartle, and teacher Geoff Williamson.

The next Seaway School Council meeting is scheduled to be held on Tuesday November 26th from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. All staff and parents are welcome and encouraged to attend.

The Gender and Sexuality Alliance meets on Mondays and Wednesday’s at secondary lunch in the drama room. Anyone is welcome to attend.

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