Seneca East High School sends their love to Mr. Don Beck, director of transportation for Monroeville Local Schools. Beck was diagnosed with anaplastic astrocytoma, a rare malignant brain tumor. Students signed the banner SE is #COACHBECKSTRONG!
Seneca East is closed today, Thursday February 13,2020.
Seneca East is on a 2 hour delay tomorrow, Friday Feb.13, 2020.
All practices and the boys basketball game at Upper Sandusky are canceled today. The boys game is rescheduled for February 13th.
Seneca East is closed today, Friday, February 7, 2020.
Seneca East is on a 2 hour delay today, Friday, February 7, 2020. Students in grades 6-12 will follow the 2,3,1 period schedule.
All SE athletic practices and games are canceled today, Thursday February 6, 2020.
Seneca East is closed today, Thursday February 6, 2020.
Seneca East wil be on a 2 hour delay tomorrow, Thursday February 6, 2020.
Frontier has replaced a damaged phone line and service has now been restored at the school.
Seneca East is experiencing a phone service outage at the school. Frontier us working to restore service.
The student in Ellen Lynch's class presented their Rube Goldberg machines. Click the link and catch the machines in action: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLedchjjNCrzd87VHmPSWTtC9aN-hxsSs6
The phones are now working at the school. Have a great day.
The phones at Seneca East are currently out of service. We are working to correct the issue.
Bus 16 is running approximately 20-30 minutes late this afternoon, Thursday January 16, 2020
Please spread the word regarding this job posting! Seneca East Local Schools is seeking a full time bus mechanic. ASE Certified Diesel, CDL with PS endorsement or able to obtain. Provide own hand tools. Involves light body work, air brakes, 12 V elec., diagnostics. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Application availalbe at www.se-tigers.com
Happy 2020. Seniors it's your year!
Seneca East is closed today, Tuesday December 17, 2019.
Seneca East is closed today, Tuesday December 17, 2018.
Seneca East is on a 2 Hour Delay today, Tuesday December 17, 2019. Grades 6-12 follow the 2,3,1 schedule.
The Sons of the American Legion are holding a steak or chicken dinner tonight, December 14, 2019 a the Attica KofC hall at 5pm. Carryout is availalbe meals are $12.00 proceeds to benefit the Wyatt Polachek family
Today was a day of great sadness at Seneca East. We came together to support one another and remember Wyatt Polachek. This Friday students and staff will be wearing red to honor Wyatt. The Kindness Club has also launched a fundraiser to support Wyatt's family. Anyone wishing to make a monetary or gift card donation can send donations to the school office or give to homeroom teachers. Any checks should be made payable to Seneca East Local Schools. Donations will be accepted until Wednesday, December 11, 2019. All donations will be consolidated and presented to Wyatt's family. Wyatt Michael Polachek, is the son of Shane Polachek and Rhonda (Fruth) Bischoff. Wyatt's full obituary is available at: https://www.secorfuneralhomes.com/obituary/wyatt-michael-polachek/ A private visitation for Wyatt's classmates, teachers and 4-H members will be held on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at the Secor Funeral Home in Willard from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Online condolences can be left for the family at www.secorfuneralhomes.com.
Friends and families of Seneca East, it is with great sadness that we share the following information from Wyatt Polachek's family: Wyatt Michael Polachek has passed on to join God in heaven. Wyatt suffered a severe allergic reaction this past weekend and did not recover from this trauma. We send our love to Wyatt's family and friends. We will have support services and counselors available at school tomorrow to support our students and staff. Please keep Wyatt's family in your thoughts and prayers.
Attention 8th Grade Parents! Your child will be attending a field trip to Sentinel Career and Technology center for a career exploration event on December 13 for half a day. 8th Grade Career Day is hosted by Sentinel as a way for students to learn about the different careers available to them after high school or college. Students have had the opportunity to select a career cluster and will speak with various professionals from those industries and complete hands-on activities related to those careers. Students will learn what type of education or training is required for certain careers to help them determine what they may be interested in as they begin to schedule high school courses. If you have any further questions about this Career Day event please contact Heather Schalk or Heather Stockmaster.
Please help! Jennie Berrier has been diagnosed with Stage 4 Cancer. Her daughter is a recent graduate of Seneca East and her son is still attending Seneca East. She is a former employee of Smitty’s Pizza Place, but she is still very much a part of the Smitty’s Pizza Family. This Saturday, Smitty’s will be donating 100% of the profits along with any tips to Jennie's family to help her get through this difficult time.
@SenecaEast presale tix vs. @EastKnox are for sale online. A percentage of all sales will go back to support our school! https://ohsaa.org/tickets
Seneca East is closed today, Tuesday November 12, 2019
Seneca East will be on a 2 hour delay on Tuesday November 12th. Grades 6-12 will follow the 2,3,1 period schedule.
The Seneca East Tiger Pride Band will march in the New York City Veterans Day Parade at noon on Nov 11th. Watch online at https://parade.uwvc.org/
Red Ribbon Week 10/21-10/25 Monday - Wear Red Tuesday - Team Up Against Drugs (favorite jersey) Wednesday - Sock it to Drugs (mismatched sock day) Thursday - Put a Cap on Drugs (hat day) Friday - Tigers don't do drugs ( SE spirit day)
Tomorrow morning at 8:00 we will be taking large group photo of all students and all staff to celebrate 50 years of SE, wear orange & black. We also have a lunch menu change tomorrow: Friday's lunch will be: Boneless Chicken Wings Sweet Potato French Fries Applesauce Cup Carnival Cookie Milk (which will include strawberry-flavored tomorrow only) SPECIAL shout out to the boy's golf team. They qulified for STATE! Awesome job: Jake Forehand, Andy Bauman, Andrew Kalb, Turner, Bridgford, and Jon Margraf Congratulations to Coach Powers!
Established by the principals of seven Seneca County high schools, the Seneca County Youth Leadership Council held its first ever meeting at Tiffin University's Osceola Theater. Fifty-six students from Old Fort, Calvert, New Riegel, Mohawk, Fostoria, and Seneca East experienced lessons and activities in three core values of Character, Attitude, and Getting Along that accompany the book Skills For Life by Coach Mike Jarvis and Jonathan Peck. The meeting concluded with a thirty minute online video conference with Coach Jarvis himself. The Council plans on meeting three more times this school year to complete the study on leadership. Seneca East representatives are freshman John Fry and Livy Kaiser, sophomores Amelia Boes and Bryce Reiter, juniors Doug Falter and Kollin Frankart, and seniors Cody Postell and Gwen Johnston.
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Buffalo Wild Wings in Tiffin is once again hosting Tailgate Night for Seneca East students and fans next Monday, September 23. Help kickoff homecoming week with some fun and good food as the football team gets ready to play its rival, the mighty Warriors from Mohawk. Our coaches will be part of the WTTF Monday Night Sports Talk Show that evening. 15% of all sales from 6:00 - 9:00 pm will be donated back to the Seneca East athletic department. Since this was started 4 years ago, Seneca East has had the best community turnout for these events and raised the most money of any area school over the years. Please help us keep that tradition going. Go Tigers!!
A Financial Aid Night will be held on Monday, September 23, at 6:30pm, at Sentinel Career Center for any senior family who is interested in learning more about the Financial Aid process, including FAFSA, scholarships, and grants. Beth Leary, Financial Aid counselor at Tiffin University, will be the presenter.