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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.


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Suggested Supply List

Just a reminder: This is a suggested list. Please determine how you think your child will best be able to carry their books during the day (AM/PM binder; one Trapper Keeper; multiple notebooks, etc.) You know your child best. Please keep this in mind when shopping for supplies. If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to call the office at 631-471-1850.


Summer Reading Brochure 2018-2019

Grade 6
Grade 7
Grade 8
Summer Reading Story Map Nonfiction
Summer Reading Story Map Fiction


SENECA ART PROJECT


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

DATE CHANGE - Thursday, August 30 - Grade 6 Orientation - Auditorium
8:30am-10:00am - Last name A-F
10:15am - 11:45am - Last name G-N
12:00pm-1:30pm - Last name O-Z

Please bring your school supplies at Orientation and only arrive during your scheduled time. Carpool if you can since parking will be limited. Make-up day - August 31 - 9:00am

Monday, September 3 - Labor Day
Tuesday, September 4 - First day for teachers
Wednesday, September 5 - First day for students
Monday, September 10-11 - School Closed - Rosh Hashanah
Thursday, September 13 - Grade 6 Open School Night - 7pm
Monday, September 17 - Grade 7 Open School Night - 5pm-6:45pm
Monday, September 17 - Grade 8 Open School Night - 7:15pm-8:45pm
Wednesday, September 19 - School Closed - Yom Kippur


Students Who Make a Difference at Seneca

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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

Student Chefs Share Winning Recipes With Sachem Staff

Student Chefs Share Winning Recipes With Sachem Staff photo

During a display of culinary expertise three teams of Sachem chefs from Seneca Middle School shared their award-winning recipes with cooking managers from each of the Sachem Central School District’s 15 buildings.

The three teams of students who placed at the recent eighth annual Junior Iron Chef competition held at Whole Foods Market in Lake Grove prepared the original dishes they created. Each delicious recipe, which was composed of all USDA-approved, cafeteria-ready ingredients and were served with careful presentation, were then taste tested by cooking managers from across the district.

Teams worked in unison as they navigated the Seneca cafeteria kitchen for the first time while they managed their one-hour cook time with precision. The first-place team, Team Golden Girls, plated their Jardin Burrito filled with eggs, guacamole, Monterey jack cheese, peppers, onions, black beans and corn that was paired with a delicious mango salsa. The third-place team, the Greek Goddesses, presented their Greek omelet, coined Demeter’s Dish, that was filled with potatoes and paired with tzatziki sauce, and the fourth-place team, the Slice and Dicers, served their savory breakfast quesadilla. 

“Today was incredible,” District Chairperson for Family and Consumer Science Mary Louise Faller said. “We were able to give back to our food service staff by preparing a few of our delicious dishes and the students got to show off their culinary techniques.”

The event allowed food service staff to observe each step of the cooking process and gather ideas to bring back to their own buildings to incorporate into the lunch menu.