I want to welcome all of the new and returning families to Seth Boyden (SB), and to welcome our new principal, Shannon Glander…
Why join PTA? The number one reason to join PTA is your child!
Class Captains connect with the teacher to plan class parties and volunteering, organize teacher gifts from the class, and connect class families to the PTA. It’s an important and fun role!
Participants in Seth Boyden’s 2018 educational summer program enjoyed an array of activities, projects, and presentations while building skills.
Here are the supplies all students will need for the first day of school.
We know it’s summer, but now is the time to check out the volunteer opportunities available for the 2018-19 school year.
There are jobs to fit any schedule, and if you simply can’t find the time, you can always donate money. Both do wonders.
Just write Seth Boyden in the notes section at checkout, and a percentage of your purchase goes to the PTA!
It has long been a tradition that the 4th grade parents host the moving up ceremony for the 5th grade class.
Please sign up to bring in an item or help with setup or cleanup for Friday’s Kindergarten Celebration.
The last three trees were planted in the Arboretum this weekend, but we still need help to maintain our wonderful outdoor space.
Our annual Ice Cream Social is Friday night from 6-8pm in the Seth Boyden backyard!
Scenes from last week’s field days, courtesy of Kelly Villanueva. Thanks to the volunteers from Columbia High School who helped make them so much fun!
Order your 2018 yearbook by May 25!
We have the opportunity to thank all of the teachers and staff at our school with a delicious appreciation luncheon this Tuesday, but we need your help to make this lunch successful and delicious!
More photos from the grand opening of our Children’s Arboretum, this time from our resident pro photographer, Anna Persson Herbst!
Please join us for the Spring Book Fair from May 1-4 in the upper gym.
You can order through Eventbrite or by filling out the order form and sending your payment into school.
We need some help wrapping up two fun projects this weekend, April 21 and 22.
We’ll gather in the Seth Boyden backyard at 9am, and we hope to see you there!