Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Wednesday, March 2,2016

Student Announcements


Egg Roll with Fried Rice
Spinach Salad
Carrots with Ranch
Lunch Workers for Feb. 29th-March 4th: Ayla Tritz, Denver Newman, Clayton Morris, Dillon Tinker


YEARBOOK FORMS DUE!! If you would like to order a school yearbook, the cost is $18.00. Payment can be in the form of cash or a check made payable to Seward Elementary School. Orders need to be in today!


VOLLEYBALL! Practices Tues, Wed, & Thurs from 3:15 to 4:15.

Parents! To check balance remaining on your child’s food service account:
Log into Powerschool
Click on lunch and fees
Click on Lunch planner

***SCHOOL STORE!! FRIDAYS ONLY in the South Wing from 12:30 until 12:55.

WORD OF THE DAY: pioneer n., v., adj. Definition: 1. a person who is among those who first enter or settle a region, thus opening it for occupation and development by others. 2. to be the first to open or prepare (a way, settlement, etc.). 3. to take part in the beginnings of; initiate. 4. being the earliest or original. Example: Pioneers braved the unknown to settle in the west. Synonyms: original, creator

INTERESTING FACT: Oatmeal? Made from the grains of the oat plant, the dish we know as oatmeal is made from ground oat groats (sometimes called “milled oats”), steel-cut oats or rolled oats. Oat groats are the seeds of the oat plant with the hulls removed.
If the groats are cut into small pieces, they are called “steel-cut oats.” When groats are steamed and flattened, they are called “rolled oats.”
Oatmeal can be eaten raw with milk, like a cereal, or heated and eaten as porridge.
Though oatmeal remains a common breakfast dish today, it has been served up for thousands of years. Oats were cultivated in ancient China as far back as 7000 B.C., but the ancient Greeks were the first to eat oatmeal as the porridge-type cereal we know today.

TYC/parks & rec NEWS

Spring Break Camp for Elementary School. March 14-18th Camp will include swimming, making pizza at Christo’s, hiking, games, ceramics and sports.
Second Saturday Skate and Social- March 12th 2-5pm, $3. Meet at the TYC and we will go skating at AVTEC first then come back to TYC for games and activities. Open to Elementary School kids.
Schools Out Day Camp: March 11th Join us for a fun filled day packed with Movement and activities. We will be exploring the great weather we have been having. Please dress for the weather as we will likely be outside a good part of the day.

New! British Soccer Academy League for ages 3 – 13
Registration is now available for the Challenger British Soccer Academy League will run March 28th – May 30th. Challenger British Soccer Camp is planned for June 20 – 24th at the Elementary Soccer Field. Register online at or email This League is right around the corner so sign up today! Need 72 kids in order to hold the league, call Rob at 224-4054 or email

• 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

First Kicks ages 3 to 4 $87
Mini Soccer ages 5 to 6 $103
Player Development ages 6 to 9 $107
Player Development ages10-13 $107

Dr. Moriarty, DDS Egg Hunt Sat, Mar 26th 3pm at Forest Acres Park. After the hunt hop on over to the Seward Resort for refreshments and pictures with the Easter Bunny! This is a FREE event for ages 11 & under sponsored by: Dr. Moriarty, DDS Seward Resort, American Legion, TYC, SPRD and One Shot Photo

Urbach’s Youth Basketball
Urbach’s Youth Basketball
Through Mar 26 for pre-school ages through 5th grade. Call 224-4054

– UYBL Photo – March 5th
– Pre & Lil D’s EOS Celebration – March 12
– No games – March 19th (Spring Break)
– Rookies & Juniors EOS Round Robin Tourney – March 26th

We are still recruiting for assistant coaches and volunteer officials. If you are interested in helping out an hour or two a week, please email either Rob Perea, or Shari Adelmann,

Roller Skating at the AVTEC Gym
All ages are welcome to join us every Friday night from 5:30 – 7pm and Saturdays 1:30 to 3pm only $2 per person.

TYC After School Program … Grades K-5 are welcome to join us for some activities and excitement after school Monday – Friday. We offer a wide variety of activities daily including crafts, sports, cooking and team challenges. We offer homework help Monday – Thursday from 3:30-4pm and Participation in The Activity Challenge every day will earn you awards. We also offer “Schools Out” Day Camps, Programs on Early Release days and Spring Break. Scholarships applications are available, just ask Josie. Call 224-5472

March 11 End of Quarter/Inservice Day, no school
March 14-18 Spring Break

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