Just in time for Mother’s Day, Seth Boyden is selling plants that are native to this region, which means they can survive our temperatures and rainfall.
For our next work day, we’ll install tree markers and Story Trail signs. Please join the fun on Saturday, June 3, from 9-4 and Sunday, June 4, from 2-5.
This week the PTA dedicated the new Teachers’ Station in our Outdoor Learning Center to Seth Boyden’s faculty
On Monday night, a consultant to the district will present possible options for addressing issues of racial imbalance, socioeconomic imbalance, and overcrowding in our district.
Our “It Takes Two Towns” Old School Hip Hop Party at the Woodlands is open to the entire SOMA community. Just $10 at the door!
We will have fun and educational activities for the whole family, including can-car races, an eco photo booth, face painting and more!
Maker Madness is an interactive, all-day experience that includes animation, 3-D printing, drones, coding and more.
Please attend our PTA Meeting this Saturday, April 22, at 10am in the Seth Boyden cafeteria to learn about redistricting changes the BOE is considering.
Our old fence has been removed, and now we need some help with our new fence, which will double as a grape trellis.
Our Lost and Found piles are growing again, so please come check to see if anything belongs to you.
The Super Fun Seth Boyden Sock Hop is this Friday, April 21, from 6:30-8:30 pm.
Auditions for this year’s Variety Show will be held April 18 and 21, and the show will be Saturday, May 13, at 4pm.
Thanks to all who came out to work in the habitat garden on Saturday, but we’re not done yet! Help us start the installation of the new fence on Sunday, 4/9.
What an amazing morning the kids had with the African Dance and Drum Troupe! The kids were clapping and cheering on their teachers as they got up to dance.
Some garden updates from Matthias Ebinger, including a call for helpers for a work day from 9am to 3pm this Saturday, April 1.
Thanks to Rev. Milton R. Biggham, Kasoundra Clemons and all of the performers for putting on such a great show, including our 4th and 5th grade choruses and their fearless leader, Mrs. Van Doornik!
We are having an exciting assembly for our students on Tuesday morning, with an African dance and drum troupe performing two shows.
It can take 80 years for shoes to decompose in a landfill. Donating to our shoe drive helps our planet as well as the people living in Haiti.
Uncompetitive, unorganized and uncommonly fun, the UnRun 5K will be held on Saturday, April 1, at 9am to benefit Maplewood and South Orange PTAs.
Been wondering about Whooo’s Reading? Here’s how to sign up for the fundraiser and help earn money for our school’s PTA!