Monday, May 9, 2016

Monday, May 9, 2016


Student Announcements   


Vegetarian chili w/ cheese & roll

Fresh oranges

Sweet potato fries

100% fruit juice



Lunch Workers for May 2nd-May 6th: Shan Shan Wade, Eli Matheson, Noah Pack, Ryker Bradford

NEW NEWS: Mrs. Hebert will not be in today and there is no sub. Please remain in your classrooms.


YEARBOOKS FOR SALE!!!   Mrs. Fabian has about 15-20 extra yearbooks if kids are interested in them! $18.00 for students!  First come, first serve.


Seward Elementary is looking for a representative for Seward Schools Site-Based Council! If you are the parent of a Seward El student and are interested, please stop by our office for a filing form! Elections will be held via e-mail ballots May 6th-12th.


***SCHOOL STORE!!  FRIDAYS  South Wing  12:30 until 12:55

Parents!  To check balance remaining on your child’s food service account:

Log into Powerschool

Click on lunch and fees

Click on Lunch planner


WORD OF THE DAY:habitatn. Definition: the natural environment of an organism; place that is natural for the life and growth of an organism. Example: Endangered species often flounder when removed from their natural habitats. Synonyms: environment, surroundings

INTERESTING FACT: There’s a type of worm that lives in glacial ice: the ice worm. Unlike the other life forms mentioned, ice worms are actually visible to the naked eye, appearing as little black, blue, or white wriggly worms that are approximately a few centimeters long – about the size of a small baby earthworm. These worms are much more hardcore than the humble earthworm, living in ice and surviving freezing temperatures. However, if exposed to temperatures above 40°F (about 4.4°C) they’ll actually melt and liquefy. They’re found in glaciers in North America, mainly Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia. They have not been found in other glacial regions around the world. – See more at:

TYC/parks & rec NEWS

Challenger British Soccer Camp

On-line Registration is now available for the British Soccer Camp, to be held June 20 – 24th.  FREE Jersey if registered by 5/6!; or call Rob at 224-4054 or email

Terry’s Tires Bike Rodeo!!

WANTED! Kids ALWAYS to wear helmets Terry’s Tires Bike Safety RodeoFeaturing Shoreside Petroleum’s “Helmet Junction”Saturday, May 14th; 10am to High Noon at City Hall. Bike Inspections, Bike Education, Shoreside’s Helmet Junction,  Barrel Racing, Obstacle Course,Pump It Up ! Prizes and the SPD Chuckwagon! T-shirts to the first 75 participants.

Super Saturday Cleanup Sat, May 14th

Pick up bags at Sports and Rec from 10 am to 4 pm. We need your help to clean up the town!Join the annual community litter and trash clean-up day!Prizes for those who collect the most trash!Hotdog feed and awards ceremonybeginning at 6 pm at Branson Pavilion. For more information call SPRD @ 224-4011

Terry Pollard Memorial Exit Glacier Run                                                                                           

Seward Parks & Recreation is proud to bring you our 34th annual Terry Pollard Memorial Exit Glacier Race. The Exit Glacier Race is open to all ages and ability levels. The race consists of a 5K or 10K run on paved road with a gradual decline. Sign the whole family up for this popular Seward event!  Following the race, treat your team to a delicious lunch at the Resurrection Roadhouse and join us for the awards ceremony around 11:30 am. Register early to save money! See you at the starting line! For more info call Robert Perea at 224-4054, email or Melanie Hauze at 224-4011, email

Roller Skating at the AVTEC Gym

All ages are welcome to join us every Friday night from 5:30 – 7pm and Saturdays 2 to 3:30pm only $2 per person.

Teen & Youth Center

TYC Summer Day Camp & Adventure Camp Registration is now open! Visit our website at and download a registration form or stop by the TYC to register today. Questions? Contact Josie Mclain at 224-5472 or

TYC ASP- A recreation based After School Program that focuses on activities that promote physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of the elementary aged kids who attend. Crafts, computer, cooking, music, dancing, sports, playgrounds and outdoor play are all a part of our week. We assist kids in completing homework Monday – Thursday. Snack Shack is available as well. Check out our program calendar for the month of March.


May 6-12   Site-Based Council e-mail elections

May 16      School Assembly

May 17      Field Day and school picnic

May 18      Student’s last day of school

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