The following classes will be conducted via a combination of video presentation and group participation at the Mathes Early Learning Center. A workbook is included with registration at no cost. The curriculum is Dr. Becky Bailey’s Conscious Discipline.
Elementary students will begin a new hands-on program called Launch. Launch is a Project Lead the Way program, designed to empower students to become creative collaborative problem solvers, ready to take on any challenge. Project Lead the Way has helped us improve engagement level at the high school and we’re excited to expand into our other schools this year.
Lindy Broeckelman, 1st grade teacher at Logan Elementary was just named a 2018 Kansas Horizon Award winner!
Tina Kleiner will now go on to compete for the Kansas Teacher of the Year Award.
Seaman USD #345 takes proactive measures to protect the safety of all our students and staff members. In the case of an emergency, Seaman USD #345 staff members will protect and shelter your children until they are reunited with you. This information has been prepared to provide you with important instructions should there be an emergency at your child’s school.
This year, Seaman Schools introduced a new learning management system called Schoology at all grade levels. Teachers and students have been using this digital learning management tool since August to organize content, engage students and now we’re ready to connect to families.
Counselors, principals, and teachers work hard to identify and prevent bullying in our schools using a curriculum called Second Step Bullying Prevention
Sixth grade girls from across the district attended Emporia State University’s “Enhancing Your Future with Mathematics and Science”
Students and staff around the district are finding ways to celebrate good behavior using various PBIS systems. At Logan Elementary School, Third Grade Teacher Dawn Wayant gives her students “Banana Bucks” when she notices a student helping others, or finding other ways to be respectful and responsible.