Our Black History Month event has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 13, from 6:30-8pm.
It was amazing to see what our 5th graders learned in Dancing Classrooms this year! And thanks to Petra Pankow for organizing the etiquette lunches and dinner!
Tickets are on sale now for this year’s auction, and we are also seeking items and experiences to auction off at the event.
The annual 5th Grade Dinner-Dance is this Thursday, Feb. 8, in the school gymnasium. To make this a wonderful experience for our kids WE NEED YOU!
Please note that the dates for this year’s 5th grade musical, “The Lion King,” have been moved to May 18, 19 and 20.
Please join us in the auditorium on Friday, Jan. 19. Doors open at 6pm, and the movie starts at 6:30.
This year’s auction is scheduled for March 10 at The Woodland. We need contributions and ideas for auction items, so please consider a donation!
It’s Seth Boyden Spirit Week from Monday, Dec. 18, to Friday, Dec. 22. Here’s the schedule…
Family Fun Night at the Book Fair is this Thursday from 6:30-8:30.
Find out the details for shopping and volunteering at our Fall Book Fair.
The PTA is looking for a Holiday Cookie Coordinator to manage one of our community’s nicest holiday traditions.
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!
Please join us Nov. 18 for the 2017 Two Towns Turkey Trot, presented by the Seth Boyden PTA!
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.
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.
This week, Oct. 2-6, is the Week of Respect for New Jersey schools. We will have a series of activities and spirit days to celebrate. Here is what we have planned.
Students danced to DJ Jenn Jones and ate an entire ice cream truck’s supply of treats as families reconnected after summer break.
Scenes from our kindergartners’ celebration of learning and growing. We are so proud of these kids and can’t wait to see them back as first graders next year!