We had another great Turkey Trot on Saturday morning! Lots of runners turned out and we raised a bunch of money for our PTA.
Your dues are crucial to our PTA’s success, and now joining is easier than ever.
The library is ready for the new school year, and we are looking for parent volunteers to help the students check out books and put them back.
Eat, drink, dance, see old friends, and meet new ones at Seth Boyden’s huge annual back-to-school party for the whole family!
Download this year’s calendar.
The first day of school is almost here and the PTA needs your help to assemble the first day packets from 9:30-12 on Wednesday, Sept. 4.
Here’s what you’ll need for school supplies next year.
Thanks to these four parents for stepping up to take on these important roles for our school.
Maggie Tuohy was recognized with a prestigious national award for early environmental education on Monday.
We are having a combined art and music show at Seth Boyden on Monday, May 6.
Join us as we dance and reminisce with some of our favorite old-school jams!
The PTA is looking for volunteers to manage key spring events. These will not happen unless someone steps up, so please consider volunteering!
Directions and order form for submitting Best Wishes for this year’s yearbook.
Rolando Zapato, the head custodian at Seth Boyden, and his brother Humberto visited classrooms last week to share information about their family avocado farm in Colombia.
Seth Boyden will be honored later this month at the 2019 NJPTA Leadership Convention for our amazing Outdoor Learning Center and Children’s Arboretum.
Minutes from our February PTA meeting.
Check out our Facebook photos from this year’s Variety Show!
Seth Boyden students and teachers had the privilege of hearing some great jazz during two assemblies on Thursday.
Our entire Seth Boyden community owes a huge thanks to the Silent Auction committee for a phenomenal night!
Cries of “that’s so cool!” were heard in the Seth Boyden auditorium on Friday as students watched the “Science Circus” presentation from Liberty Science Center.