Seton School Newsletter
A Year of Gratitude
May 29, 2020
School closed for the remainder of the school year. Stay tuned to your emails and messages.
From the Principal...
Dear Seton Families,
We hope you are all well. We have almost completed the 2019-2020 school year! On Monday, June 8 and Tuesday, June 9 the school will be open from 8am to 3pm for the drop-off of classroom materials and technology devices. All textbooks, library books, fourth grade recorders, and checked-out Chromebooks or iPads must be returned at this time.
The map below shows the hallway set-up for drop-off. Please enter through the main doors on Superior Avenue. In that entrance we have located our lost and found items for your review. When you go up the stairs, there will be a table for Chromebooks and iPads. Be sure that you are returning all cases, chargers, and devices. You will be charged for any missing items.
As you go down the hallway, there will be three tables set up for the drop-off of classroom textbooks or other classroom materials. At the end of the hallway, there will be a box for Seton School Library Books. Before you leave, please check for any of your child’s personal items. Thank you and have an amazing and healthy summer. If you have any questions, please contact me at email@example.com or 920-234-8756.
We continue to pray for the health and safety of all of our Seton families. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, pray for us.
Dr. Stephanie Nardi, Principal
Congratulations to all of our Seton graduates.
Welcome Kate Dolack! Our New Math and K-8 Enrichment Teacher for 20-21
Welcome Laurin Davis! Our New First Grade Teacher for 20-21
I have worked with children in early childhood centers throughout my first college experience at Lakeland University. After graduating from Lakeland University with a bachelor’s degree in Nonprofit Management and Criminal Justice; I realized my passion was in education. With the help and support of my family and friends, I embarked on the journey to get my teaching license at UW-Oshkosh.
While studying Early Elementary Education, I was a special education aide. During my course work at UW-Oshkosh, I completed practicums in Kindergarten, Third Grade, and completed my student teaching experience in Second Grade. Recently, I have completed long-term substitute assignments in First Grade and Guidance.
I was born and raised in Sheboygan. In my free time, I like spending time with my two dogs, Jackson and Leo as well as my family.
Now Hiring for 20-21: Aftercare Supervisor (2 Positions)
Position 1- Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 3pm-5:30pm at $15.00/hour
Position 2- Monday through Friday from 3pm-5:30pm at $15.00/hour
Continue to Pray for Amira...
Breakfast and Lunch Resources
The Sheboygan Area School District will offer FREE Grab-n-Go bagged meals Monday through Friday. This service will be available from 7:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. to any child 18 years of age or younger in the local community, even if they are not a student at SASD.
UPDATE: The Department of Public Instruction has revised its policy. Children DO NOT need to be present when picking up meals. Adults may pick up meals on behalf of their children. No identification needed.
Meals are available for pickup at the main entrance of select schools which include:
- Cooper Elementary, 2014 Cooper Avenue
- Grant Elementary, 1528 North 5th Street
- Jackson Elementary, 2530 Weeden Creek Road
- Jefferson Elementary, 1515 Heller Avenue
- Longfellow Elementary, 819 Kentucky Avenue
- James Madison Elementary, 2302 David Avenue
- Pigeon River Elementary, 3508 North 21st Street
- Sheridan Elementary, 1412 Maryland Avenue
- North High School, 2926 North 10th Street
- South High School, 1240 Washington Ave (*Pick up at the south entrance to the commons closest to Washington Ave.)
Parents or children may stop in anytime between 7:30 and 11 a.m. to grab a breakfast and lunch meal to take home. Parents are welcome to drive right up to the door.
Meals will not be eaten on site.
Mental Health/Social Emotional Learning
Science/ Social Studies
Make music with Sesame Street friends (or Grades PK through 1st Grade):
Create a virtual instrument and play with Pinkalicious (Primary Grades):
Play on different musical instruments in the Music Shop (Primary Grades)
Review treble clef lines and spaces (4th - 8th Grades):
Review Bass Clef lines and spaces (6th - 8th Grades)
Learn to recognize the sounds of different instruments (2nd Grade and up)
Dallas Symphony Orchestra offers several learning activities - click on the "listen and Learn" tab
Create Drum riffs on the electronic Drum Machine - very cool! (Grades 4 - 8)
What is Standards Based Grading?
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