Tuesday, May 26, 2015
      
MISSION STATEMENT - Seaman High School is dedicated to developing in every student
life-long skills essential for achieving personal, academic, and occupational success.

SCHEDULE FOR CLASS CHANGES FOR 2015-16 SCHOOL YEAR

Click HERE to see a copy of the 2015-2016 Master Schedule for 10th -12th grade students.  Looking at it can help determine if a particular course change is possible.  Courses are listed by department.  PLEASE NOTE - the master schedule lists WHEN courses are available by hour.  THERE IS NO GUARANTEE THAT THE COURSE DESIRED WILL HAVE AVAILABLE SEATS. 


Students must either come to school or email their counselor to make schedule changes.  NO CHANGES will be made for a student until the first day allowable for their next year grade level.

 SENIORS:  MAY 26, 27

JUNIORS:  MAY 28, 29

SOPHOMORES:  JUNE 1

SOPHOMORES & FRESHMEN: JUNE 4, 5

ALL CLASSES:  JUNE 8, 9

Counselors will be available from 8 AM-4 PM

Park on the South end of the school and enter the main South doors by the counseling office.

 Counselors can also be reached by e-mail for class changes.  However, this must be done by June 15 or you will have to wait until all-school enrollment on July 30.

For grades 10-12 contact:

 A-G Dawna Edmonds:  dedmonds@usd345.com

H-O  Patty Allacher:  pallacher@usd345.com

P-Z  Steve Alexander:  stalexander@usd345.com


For freshmen contact:

Fresh. Chelcie Heitman:  cheitman@usd345.com


5A Regional Events this week.
 B. & G. Track: Seaman will compete in the 5A Regional Track Meet on Friday, May 22 at the 501 Sports Park starting at 3:30 p.m.
G. Swim: State Swim Meet will be hosted at the 501 Natatorium on May 22 - 23 starting at 1:30 p.m.

Random Drug Testing Policy
Seaman USD 345

The mission of the Seaman USD 345 Random Drug Testing Policy is to provide a safe and drug free educational setting where all students can achieve their full potential. The purpose of the Random Drug Testing Policy is to help students manage social pressure that may lead to the use of illegal drugs.  The goal of the policy is to help and guide students to make

good choices and refrain from the use of illegal drugs. Random Drug Testing is a proactive “Helping Policy” that assists students and their parents in identifying the use of illegal substances. Early identification of drug usage helps families address addiction and other issues that may result from drug use.  Read more.


USD 345 Random Student Drug Testing Program

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers  
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Seaman High School 2015 Prom Pictures
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Seaman  Summer  Camp  Information

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