Parents, if you missed the informational meeting please click here to view the information presented.
Parents, please check here for important information as we wrap up the 2016-17 school year!
The month of June in your district wall calendar that was distributed to homes last summer has incorrect dates. Please click through to download the correct June insert.
Lunch for children ages 18 and younger, June 5 - August 4. No Fee – No Registration
Seaman Middle School had 18 students compete in Family, Career and Community Leaders of America STAR events and we are very excited to report that all 18 students qualified for state competition.
Students on the Wobbegong team got out of the classroom to participate in a scavenger hunt, finding areas around the building that represent the different parts of a cell.
Over 381 staff members & 2,401 students raised more than $15,500, thousands of pounds of food and volunteered countless hours in 2016.
Assistant Principal Jerry Mitchell talks about why he does what he does.
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.
The Kansas Horizon Award program identifies and recognizes representatives of excellent teaching in the elementary and secondary classrooms of the state
Seaman Middle School teacher Mr. Kyle Johnson spent the last year researching the life of Technician Fifth Class Clinton W. Butefish as part of the Understanding Sacrifice program. On Veteran’s Day, Johnson’s eulogy for Technician Fifth Class Clinton W. Butefish and lesson plan, titled USO Camp Shows Inc., will be published on ABMCeducation.org.
Counselors, principals, and teachers work hard to identify and prevent bullying in our schools using a curriculum called Second Step Bullying Prevention
Northern Hills and SMS will share an entrance and exit. Please click through to see the image for traffic flow.
Directions to install applications needed for Friday, August 19th
We’ll discuss common questions and have great discussion about this exciting new endeavor designed to help our students succeed in a global economy.
Molly McLaughlin and Olivia Romig took 3rd place IN THE NATION for their group documentary, “The Americans Are Very Strong”.
Our new Superintendent of Schools talks about his upcoming move, family and goals he has for his first year in the district
Important information for next year’s 1:1 Digital Learning initiative
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