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Seneca Middle School

850 Main Street
Holbrook, NY 11741
Principal: Gemma M. Salvia
Assistant Principal: Denise Dolan
Assistant Principal: William Holl
Phone: (631) 471-1850

 


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


GRADE 6 ORIENTATION
TUESDAY, AUGUST 27

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A - GE - 8:30AM-10:00AM
GH - O - 10:00AM - 11:30AM
P-Z - 11:30AM - 1:00PM

Students should bring their school supplies on the day of orientation. They will have access to their assigned locker and will have the opportunity to decorate the inside of their locker and place all school supplies prior to the start of school.

Grade 6 schedules will be posted on the portal on August 19 at 9:00am. Students should bring a copy of their schedule with them at orientation. Please limit the number of people your child brings to orientation. Parking will be limited and students will need the time and space at their lockers and to walk the building during orientation.

Grades 7 and 8 schedules will be posted to the portal on August 27 at 9:00am.

No changes will be made to student's schedule unless there is an error or missing class.


Suggested Supply List 2019-2020


Seneca 2019 Slideshow


Grade 5 to 6 Summer Reading Brochure
Grade 6 to 7 Summer Reading Brochure
Grade 7 to 8 Summer Reading Brochure


Iron Chef Competition - Newsday Edition


PTA Reflections Contest participants

Congratulations for all your hard work!

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IRON CHEF COMPETITION WINNERS!!

Taco Bellas won Mise in Place and GOATS won Best Plating and 1st Place overall! Congratulations to all the teams who participated. We are so proud of all your hard work.

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COLLEGE T-SHIRT DAY! OH! THE PLACES THEY WILL GO! 

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National Junior Honor Society Inductees - Congratulations to all students!

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Students of the Month for May and their nominating teachers
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Grade 8 - Gavin H.
Grade 7 - Caroline K.
Grade 6 - Raymond T.
Congratulations!


MIDDLE YEARS 

September
October
November
December
January
February
March


2018-2019 Seneca Student Handbook


JUNE CLUB DATES

Seneca Club List 2018-2019


SMART PHONE APPS PARENTS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT


Seneca Middle School is participating in Stop 'n' Shop A+ Rewards to fundraise for our Cultural Arts Programs and In School Activities. Click here to see a flyer with details on signing up


Transitioning to Middle School Information


Upcoming Events

Wednesday, June 5th - Free Sport Physicals
Wednesday, June 5th - No Homework Day
Thursday, June 6 - Art Show - 7pm
Tuesday, June 11 - Grade 8 Academic Awards - 7pm
Wednesday, June 12 - Yearbook distribution/Icecream social - 2:30pm
Thursday, June 13 - Locker clean out
Friday, June 14 - Grade 8 Dinner Dance - 7pm-10pm - Permission Form
Monday, June 17 - Grade 8 BBQ
Tuesday, June 18 - Half day - Regents begin at noon
Wednesday, June 19 - Tuesday, June 25 - Final Exams / Regents
Thursday, June 27 - Report Cards posted to the portal 3pm


Students Who Make a Difference at Seneca

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Seneca's Newspaper is here!
VOICES OF SENECA MIDDLE SCHOOL!
 

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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 Remembers National Heroes

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Last month, in honor of Memorial Day, Seneca Middle School students, staff and community members honored past and present veterans for their service and sacrifice to our country at the inaugural Field of Honor Ceremony.

In a patriotic display of their collective support, flags purchased by students in honor of military veterans, friends and relatives who served in the armed forces waved in front of the school. The proceeds that resulted from the day’s events were donated to the local Veterans of Foreign Wars organization and the Team Jesse Foundation, a group that provides support to the families of fallen soldiers. Additionally, over the course of the year a team of family and consumer science students arrived at school early each morning to bake cinnamon bits that were on sale throughout the building. Each year the students select an organization to donate their profits to, and this year the students chose to donate their proceeds to benefit veterans. 

During the ceremony, those in attendance recognized a number of honored guests, including members from the VFW Memorial Post 400 and John DiNaro, a local artist who created a sculpture that was placed alongside the display of flags to act as a monument of freedom for years to come. 

Accompanying the memorial ceremony were performances by student-musicians in the orchestra and band who performed songs throughout the event that included “America the Beautiful,” “God Bless America” and “The Star-Spangled Banner.”