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Help Wanted - Part-time Evening Housekeeping

P art-time Evening Housekeeping Position Seneca Grade School is looking for housekeeping personnel, duties include cleaning, mopping and sweeping offices, classrooms and restroom areas.  Must be able to understand and communicate with supervisor, flexible and adaptable to work different work areas.  Must have the ability to lift 30 lbs. repetitively and safety conscious.  Application can be filled out at the . . .

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1st Grade Opinion Writing

First grade is currently focusing on opinion writing.  Check out the trophy case at the main entrance to see our work!  

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Seneca Runners Do Great @ State!!!

The IESA State Finals Cross Country meet was held on October 14, 2017 at Maxwell Park in Normal, Illinois. Seneca had three competitors in the State meet. Austin Aldridge ran a personal record in the meet with a time of 12:11. He finished 101 with a field of 233 runners. Riley Sanburg ran a time of 14:16 and finished 187 in a field of 232 runners. Great job Austin and Riley! Audrey Jenkins ran a time of 11:58 and finished 3 rd overall . . .

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Seneca Cross Country

IESA 1A Cross Country Sectional

The IESA 1A Cross Country Sectional was on October 7th at Ewing Park, Bloomington, IL. There were 14 teams who participated. The Seneca girls finished 6th overall, with many of the girls receiving personal best times. Our 8th grade runners were Audrey Jenkins and Addie Eltrevoog. The 7th grade runners were Riley Sanburg, Ashley Alsvig,  and Ashlin Jackson. Our 6th grade runners were Cassidy Fosen and Jolena Odum (Julia . . .

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8th Grade Field Trip

Visiting Our State Capital!

Eighth grade students spent October 3, 2017, exploring our State Capital!  Student’s had the opportunity to visit the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum, Lincoln’s Tomb at Oak Ridge Cemetery, the Old State Capitol, and the Lincoln Home National Historic Site.  Our study of the Civil War and Illinois Constitution came to life in Springfield!  

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