To keep educators current in our profession, professional development is offered through the Ohio Department of Education, regional Educational Service Centers, and through private companies. However, at Seneca East, professional development in the way of technology is offered to our staff much closer to home. Mr. Jon Darkow, Seneca East’s biology, anatomy, and environmental science instructor, offers technology classes for our staff on a regular basis throughout the year so that our teachers have the opportunity to increase their knowledge on everything from Apps to Google Forms to Project-Based Learning. Besides also offering Ashland University credit, this professional development has served our faculty well in providing opportunities for increased learning in the area of technology right here at our own school
On Thursday, March 26th, grandparents attended Grandparents' Night with their grandchildren and visited classrooms, shopped at the "Under the Sea" Bookfair, enjoyed a snack, listened to Rick Gillet talk about scuba diving, and helped their grandchild make a jellyfish craft. Our students are lucky to have such great support from the community and their grandparents!
Seneca East FFA received a $2,500 donation from Monsanto. Thanks to the Schoen family: Fred, Christy, Brock and Sam for selecting Seneca East as the recipient of the funds.
The Advertiser Tribune recently misprinted the "No Contact" period for Seneca East. The CORRECT dates for the "No Contact" period are June 26-July 5, 2015