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5th & 6th Graders Send Injured Soldiers Holiday Greetings

Students Send Holiday Greetings to Injured Soldiers         Every year as the gym is used for the holiday concerts at South Campus, students in physical education classes in the fifth and sixth grade prepare holiday greetings for the service men and women in the Walter Reed hospital and hospitals in the Washington, DC, area.   They make holiday cards and write letters . . .

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Sixth Grade Gift Giving Project

Sixth Grade Service Project  Seneca’s sixth grade students collected socks and made Christmas ornaments for Lurie Children’s Hospital to honor the memory of Chloe, a former student.  Chloe spent a lot of time, and received excellent care while at Lurie’s.  The students worked hard on creating the ornaments and providing warm, festive socks for the many patients who will spend the holidays . . .

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North Campus Parent Teacher Conference Survey

North Campus Parent Teacher Conference Survey Parent-Teacher conferences were held November 20 th and 21 st .  We would like to thank everyone for taking the time to meet with staff.  Congratulations to the Wooton family on winning the $25 gift card.  Here are the results from the survey for North Campus.  If you have any questions or concerns regarding the survey, please contact the office.   . . .

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District Newsletter

2017-2018 First Trimester

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From the Nurses Office

Colder Months

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3rd Grade Turkey Decorations

Turkeys in Disguise! The third grade worked hard to save a lot of turkeys this Thanksgiving.  Each student took home a turkey to dress up in a clever disguise to help prevent them from becoming dinner.  There were turkeys disguised as waiters, cheerleaders, trees, snowman, Santa, and even a fish tank!  After the kids decorated their turkeys, they had to write about their new disguises.  This Thanksgiving . . .

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