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.
Read the general meeting minutes from our meeting on Nov. 13, 2018.
Please mark Feb. 9 in your calendar and get ready for our most exciting auction ever!
A message from Olivia Yearns, Seth Boyden PTA President.
In appreciation of the Seth Boyden staff, the PTA will be giving every staff member a beautiful box of delicious cookies for the holidays!
Our Fall Book Fair is coming up the week of December 4th! Read all the details and learn how to volunteer.
This year’s 5th Grade Musical will be “Beauty and the Beast, Jr.” and we are looking for parent volunteers to help us make the show a success.
Do you buy groceries? Have you ever been in a Stop & Shop? If so, we have a super-easy way for you to contribute to Seth Boyden’s PTA.
This is a great fundraiser for our school that brings people from all over the area together, so please help us spread the word!
Dr. Ficarra has asked SOMSD Director of Technology Keith Bonds to address the questions raised by the committee. Bonds said he expects to have more information by the end of this week.
We are having a short (2-hour) work afternoon in our outdoor space on Sunday, Oct. 21.