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Seneca Middle School

850 Main Street
Holbrook, NY 11741
Principal: Gemma M. Salvia
Assistant Principal: Heather Stumpf
Assistant Principal: Timothy Rodgers
Phone: (631) 471-1850

Be Kind. Be Honest. Be Humble. Be your Best.  

Read the September 2023 Letter to Families

Seneca Middle School Student Handbook 2023-2024




Seneca's First Edition Newspaper



Summer Graphic

Students of the Month of May

We congratulate the following students:

Grade 6 – Brooklyn D

Grade 7 – Sophia P

Grade 8 – Joseph V

Students Who Make A Difference

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Students who make a difference group photo



 Club Information

National Junior Honor Society Requirement Process

National Junior Honor Society Activities Form 

Just a reminder, students will not be released to anyone if the person is not listed on the emergency card.

If changes need to be made on the card, please send in a revised one in to the main office. Thank you!

  Mission Statement

The Seneca Middle School community will foster the intellectual, emotional, and physical growth of every child by developing a positive self-image, a strong desire for learning, and a sense of respect for self and others.

We will accomplish this by providing a challenging curriculum in a safe and supportive atmosphere, as our children mature into productive citizens. 


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In the News

Seneca Students Compose Children’s Books

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Sixth grade classes at Seneca Middle School have been working with librarian Ms. Estevez Creedon on the writing process. Ms. Creedon conducted several lessons on writing picture books. Throughout these lessons, students planned, wrote, illustrated and published their very own children's picture books. Ms. Estevez Creedon started by introducing the students to a variety of illustrated children's books, allowing them to gain a deeper understanding of the creative process and the elements that contribute to a successful story.

Next, the students used graphic organizers to brainstorm ideas for their own stories. They focused on developing compelling characters, interesting settings and engaging conflicts. To further enhance their storytelling skills, the students presented their story ideas to their peers and received valuable feedback, which they incorporated into their writing process.

Finally, many of the students had the incredible opportunity to present their completed picture books to a group of preschoolers. This not only allowed the sixth graders to showcase their hard work but also provided them with a real-life audience to engage with. The preschoolers were captivated by the stories and illustrations, and the students felt a great sense of accomplishment and pride. Some of the sixth graders will also have the opportunity to present virtually to the kindergartners in the elementary schools.

Date Added: 6/6/2024

Seneca Students Care for Quails

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Students at Seneca Middle School were overjoyed by the birth of their bobwhite quails. Library media specialist Ms. Estevez Creedon has assigned duties to the students to care for the birds. Some students change the water, while others add food, or change the bedding of the animals. Science classes are discussing conservation, relationships and balance in ecosystems, life cycles, biodiversity and citizen science as they observe the quails grow.

Date Added: 5/31/2024


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