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Safety Patrol Program

The South Seneca Elementary School has a Safety Patrol Program that is designed to use patrol members as role models for younger children. They teach other students about safety on a peer-to-peer basis. The benefits of having a Safety Patrol Program range from leadership development and other aspects of personal growth, to developing a sense of volunteerism in service to others.

Congratulations to this year’s Safety Patrol Members: 
Gold Squad

Captain: Chloe Scott
Lieutenant: Brenna Hungerford

Laurie Tuttle, Audrey Goodman, Karah Hill, Tyler Thuering, Logan Miles
Black Squad

Captain: Kenny Halsey
Lieutenant: Tiffany Champion

Conor Briggs, Sylvia Brock, Joseph Taravella, Sarah Gould

If you have any questions regarding the Safety Patrol Program at South Seneca Elementary, please contact Viana Bowers at 869-9636, ext. 4168.

South Seneca Elementary Student Council 

 Fourth and Fifth Grade Classes held elections recently for the Elementary School Student Council.  The Student Council meets monthly and assists in planning community service  and school events.  Their first project is assisting with the Cherrydale Fundraiser and will also plan a Christmas outreach project.  Additionally on their agenda is a 'Hot Cocoa Cafe' in February.  Monies raised from this event will go to an outreach chosen by the council.  The students are also involved in helping with Teacher Appreciation Week.  

Student Council members include:  Back Row- Logan Miles, Molly Stirlen, Ethan Huff, Anneliese Hubbard.  Front Row- Rebecca Travis, Chloe Scott, Sam Dufour, Logan Brewer, Hunter Scott, Nick Tostanoski.  

Thank you for being leaders in our school!

 Morning Announcements:  

The Elementary School has student leadership for the morning announcements. Under the direction of advisor, Mrs. Braun, the fifth graders sign up to read the pledge, menu and morning announcements each day. The advisor works with the teams on diction, speaking volume and tempo. Thank you, fifth graders, for volunteering and being leaders!