Due to a delivery issue with our bricks, we now only have one work shift planned for Saturday morning.
The show marked the start of our district’s music partnership with the John J. Cali School of Music at Montclair State University.
As part of #ChooseKind week, students in our district have a chance to buy discounted tickets to see the new movie “Wonder.”
We need setup help, food, an emcee, a photographer, water hander-outters, a kids’ run coordinator, and people to simply cheer on the runners!
We will brainstorm ideas for the best way to spend our Title I funds at four upcoming meetings.
Seth Boyden is again participating in the Stop & Shop A+ School Rewards program. Sign up today and support our school with every purchase you make!
Thank you to all the families who contributed to the lunch aide appreciation breakfast, and thank you to the teachers who donated the beautiful flowers!
We collected 4,368 Box Tops in October to earn $436.80 for our school! And the winners are….
Please join us Nov. 18 for the 2017 Two Towns Turkey Trot, presented by the Seth Boyden PTA!
Please show your appreciation to our lunch aides by volunteering to contribute to their breakfast on Tuesday, Oct. 31. You can bring your contribution at 9am or drop it off earlier in the office.
We hope this list of resources will help you learn about the candidates and their positions on the issues facing our district.
Did you bring a crockpot home from Harvest Fest? If so, check to make sure you got the right one! Other items left behind: a coffee mug, kitchen towels, and a white platter.
October means it’s time for the Box Tops for Education contest, now through Oct. 27!
The district’s Special Services Department is holding its Third Annual SOMA Back to School Night on Tuesday, Oct. 24, from 7-8:30 pm in the Columbia High School cafeteria.
The Community Coalition on Race is hosting a forum for candidates for the Board of Education on Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 PM at Marshall Elementary.
On Oct. 26, Seth Boyden will be holding its first Title 1 Community Meeting. On Nov. 6, the school is hosting a Title 1 Parent Meeting.
At this week’s garden recess, the students picked collards, washed them, made collard pesto in the blender, and ate the pesto.
The School District of South Orange and Maplewood is seeking parental input on the course selection process and available academic supports.
Where do our PTA funds come from, and where do they go? Check out this presentation to find out.
Thanks to all who helped to make this year’s Harvest Festival the best yet!