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Ronna Blocker is USD 345’s new transportation director. She comes to us from Durham School Services where she was area manager for several locations in Kansas, Missouri, and Iowa.
Last January, USD 345 administration invited board members, staff, community preschool teachers, daycare providers, and other key players to talk about how we can ensure our students are ready to learn when they enter kindergarten.
Over 381 staff members & 2,401 students raised more than $15,500, thousands of pounds of food and volunteered countless hours in 2016.
Superintendent Dr. Steve Noble talks about why community input matters.
The SHS Cheerleaders and SHS Vikettes will be hosting clinics in February!
The Seaman High School Historical Society (SHSHS) needs help identifying all Vikings who served in one of the branches of our military.
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.
What is kindergarten readiness? How do we ensure every child in USD 345 is kindergarten ready?
Take a closer look into USD 345 district goals and strategic plan development.
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.
Plan to join us on Dec. 8 from 5:00-6:30 pm for great food and music!
At Seaman Schools, we take great pride in our facilities. Over the decades, facilities have opened, closed, and been re-purposed. This is an ongoing activity as our needs and priorities change...
Kaitlin Gile & Rob Jackson nominated for Kansas Horizon Award
With the beginning of the school year came the integration of Schoology as our district-wide learning management system
Counselors, principals, and teachers work hard to identify and prevent bullying in our schools using a curriculum called Second Step Bullying Prevention
As we continue learning about why we do what we do, how we do it, and what we do, perceptions of our students, staff, parents, and community must be considered in order for us to be successful.
Seaman USD 345 welcomes two new members to the board of education
The Homecoming Parade will begin at 2 p.m. on Friday, October 7th
Maret Schrader, a ninth-grade language arts teacher at Seaman High School, was named Region 2 finalists for the 2017 Kansas Teacher of the Year award during a ceremony Sunday, Sept. 11, in Topeka
Staff learns the day-to-day realities of low-income families
After more than two years of research and planning, Seaman School District’s seventh through twelfth grade students now have a MacBook Air available to them 24/7
Each month, a new USD 345 staff member will have the opportunity to share why they work in education. The purpose, cause, or belief that inspires them to do what they do every day
Notice is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of K.S.A. 25-2022, of a vacancy in the membership of the Board of Education of Unified School District No. 345, Shawnee County, Kansas, and that such vacancy shall be filled by appointment of the Board of Education (for the remainder of the unexpired term or until the next general election) not sooner than 15 days following publication of this notice.
If you qualify or think you may qualify for free & reduced meals/fees, the following contains important information regarding the application process. Please be advised.
Our new Superintendent of Schools talks about his upcoming move, family and goals he has for his first year in the district
Introducing new guidelines that will allow students who qualify for free and reduced lunch to also qualify for free and reduced textbook & technology fees
Severe weather season is upon us and we would like to share with you our severe weather procedures.
Rod Garman, Seaman USD 345 director of secondary education, recently completed participation in the Leadership for Tomorrow Class of 2015-2016, sponsored by the Kansas Association of School Boards.
In the event schools are closed or the arrival/dismissal time is changed due to severe weather, a message will be sent to parents, a public announcement will be made via local television stations, radio stations, USD 345 website and social media.
Beginning in 2016-17 the Seaman Elementary Band and Orchestra (SEBO) programs will change from the existing fifth and sixth grade every-other-day schedule to a sixth grade everyday class schedule and no fifth grade classes.
The 65 percent classroom mandate disregards the true cost of education
The Seaman School District’s Wellness Council had its first meeting and the group focused on nutrition.
Purchase an engraved brick or bench to support the Dr. Carolyn Orozco Fitness Trail located at Seaman High School.
4x8 Brick - $125 (3 or more $100 each)
8x8 Brick - $250 (3 or more $225 each)
Limestone Garden Bench - $1,000
Starting with the 2015-16 school year, USD 345 will implement Random Drug testing.