💡Did You Know: Our students enjoy locally-sourced food that supports the economic viability of farmers across New York State! 🍎🍑🥬
Join us in Celebrating our very own Elementary Superstar 🤩 Zoey, for her Honorable Mention by PBS! 👏 Read her entry here & how to submit for the 2022 Writing Contest! #ForeverFalcons https://bit.ly/2XXhx48
Public notice: two new cases to report today, including two middle school students quarantined as a result.
Come get your Passport to travel the world right here at South Seneca High School! ✈️🌎 October 16th from Noon-1 PM
Help us Support the South Seneca Yorkers Club with a BBQ Dinner Fundraiser! 💛 Tickets on sale now through October 6! 🎟️
Mardi Gras is coming to South Seneca High School! 💜🎉🎭Check out the Homecoming Schedule of Events here! Stay tuned for details on the Middle School!
Join the Conversation & Help the PTSA plan another Great School Year!
We're hiring a Teacher Aide at our Elementary School! 🍎 Enjoy a creative career working with children, and join the #ForeverFalcons family today! 💛🖤
Results of our Thought Exchange, round two are now posted at https://5il.co/zjbc - thank you again for all who participated. Look for round three next week!
Public notice for September 23: a new confirmed positive case of a student in the Elementary School has been determined by Seneca County Health to be a second exposure for a cohort of classmates. One homeroom will be fully quarantined, and some from transportation as well.
There are some great things going on in Mr. John Barkee's classes. In his Woodworking class, students are building their own picnic tables! In a picture here, Damon Williams is putting the finishing touches on the first table. South Seneca offers many classes where life skills like woodworking are taught. Thanks Mr. Barkee.
Public notice for September 22: one new positive test result reported, and contact tracing on bus resulted in eight students quarantined. All those affected are contacted personally.
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Join Our Falcon Family! We're looking for Teachers at our Elementary School 🍎 Questions? Call Stacey Clark at (607)869-9636 x3313 📞
Learn how to be Smart About Mental Health this Wednesday 🧠❤️Parents & guardians are invited to a free session at the Seneca Falls Elks Lodge 7:00-8:00 pm.
The South Seneca Board of Education will hold its regular meeting Wednesday, September 22 at 7pm in the Middle-High School Flex Lab in Ovid.
South Seneca Falcons, October is National Principals Month. 💛🖤 We'd love to share YOUR memories, photos, and personal stories to recognize the essential role Adam (Elementary) and Tim (Middle/High) play in our schools. Got a story? Send us a message or comment it below!
Dear South Seneca Community: Today is the third school day in a row with new COVID-19 cases to report, and we recognize that seeing a daily public notice with new individuals testing positive is a concern. We share the concern. With about 850 people reporting to our buildings each day, we are seeing firsthand how aggressive and contagious the current strain of virus is as it spreads. We are monitoring each of the active cases as we hope symptoms remain mild for those affected. At the same time, we can see that new provisions in the contact tracing process are allowing most in-school individuals to avoid being quarantined. Only when two or more cases present in the same group (like recently on our football team and in one elementary classroom) are full groups being quarantined. If we pay strong attention to our safety measures, catch cases at the outset, and isolate close contacts of the positive case, we still have every reason to believe we can keep buildings and programs up and running. This afternoon, we received confirmation of two staff members in our Middle-High School who had tested positive, and in each of those cases, staying home at the outset of symptoms made the difference in preventing quarantine for others. As we’ve communicated several times now, it’s more important than ever to take even mild symptoms seriously and to stay home until they resolve or until you get a negative COVID test. We are relying on the community’s efforts here to continue to be open for school every day of the 2021-22 year. Thank you!
It's never too early... Reserve your yearbook today! 📓