News & Announcements

SHS After School Program Begins January 22, 2019.

We are offering the SHS After School Program, beginning Tuesday, January 22, 2019. The program will offer marking period grade recovery and preparation for the SAT exam. The program will operate on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week from 2:45-4:15 PM. Students who are currently eligible for busing will receive transportation to the predetermined drop off points closet to their residence.

If your child needs to recover a grade or would like SAT prep, he or she is encouraged to enroll in the after school program. Please return the completed application and the activities bus on the back of the application to the school counseling department. If you have any questions regarding the program please contact Mr. Giles at 302-629-4525 ext. 2535.

SHS Class of 2020 Having a Pampered Chef Fundraiser.

Prom season is just around the corner and we are gearing up to raise some money!
Check out our Pampered Chef fundraiser on the schools Facebook page, and website. Please share with your friends and family. All order forms and money are due back to Mrs. Ricks no later than January 10th. Thank you for your help in supporting the class of 2020 to put on the 2019 Junior/Senior prom.

SHS Spanish AP Class Promotes Multi-cultural Night.

On December 20, 2018 SHS's AP Spanish class went to Georgetown to promote the The Seaford School District Multi-Cultural Night. The students spoke on Maxima 95.3 and Power 101.7. The 1st Annual Seaford School District Multi-Cultural Night will be held a Seaford High School on Friday, January 4, 2019.

SHS Culinary Students Host Sussex County Police Chiefs

The Seaford High School Culinary Department hosted the Sussex County Police Chiefs for their annual Christmas Party and meeting. The students did everything including planning the menu, ordering the food, preparing the meal, serving and cleaning up afterwards.

Del Tech offers Stem Expo

6th Annual Delaware Tech STEM EXPO
For more information:
Joe Rineer
jrineer1@dtcc.edu
March 20, 2019 | 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
An event for middle and high school students to experience Delaware Tech programs through student-designed activities, build connections toward STEM careers,
and have fun!
• Interactive hands-on activities in engineering, chemistry,
biotechnology, computer science, physics and
mathematics
• Tours of science and engineering labs
• Drawings for door prizes

This is a FREE event thanks to
our generous sponsors

Seaford High School NJROTC Update

Our 1st year cadet drill team competed in a Marine Corp Drill Meet at Snow Hill High School, Snow Hill MD. There were 9 schools competing for 1st through 3rd place in various events. Taking 2nd place in Armed Color Guard and 2nd place in Personnel Inspection is an amazing accomplishment considering this was a Marine drill meet. So for a Navy school to pull some trophies makes us extremely proud of our cadets.

Also the 1st marking period award were held on December 19, 2018. Many cadets revived medals and pins which they had earned.

Two SHS Blue Jays Make All- State Choir

Nayelle Reyes-Benitez and Taylor Allen both auditioned for and made the All State Choir!! We are very proud of them and know the will represent the SHS Nest with a purpose!

Seaford HS BPA Hosting Coat Drive

The Seaford High School chapter of Business Professionals of America is currently hosting a Coat Drive through December 17th. We are in need of new or gently used coats and other cold weather gear that will be donated to local shelters. This is a great time to clean out the closets and help our community stay warm this winter.

Should you have any questions you can contact Rob Schumacher at robert.schumacher@seaford.k12.de.us Coats can be dropped at the High School Main Office between 8 and 3 p.m.

Seaford High School NJROTC Marksmanship Results

The SHS NJROTC Marksmanship Team competed both regionally and nationally against other ROTC programs. We had 3 cadets finish in the top 15 of the region.
Terry Deshields was 8th out of 181, Karlee Davidson was 9th out of 181 and Spencer Burdette was 14th out of 181. The national competition included 2,573 cadets and Terry Deshields finished 249th and Karlee Davidson finished 365th. The SHS NJROTC Team finsihed 3rd out of 16 teams regionally and 85th out of 280 teams nationally.
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