Seaman High School Bulletin for Monday, March 08, 2021
Pot of Gold Fundraiser - Interacts March service project is underway to raise money and donations for North Topeka Outreach whose donations are down for their backpack program (which helps insure kids have food over the weekend). Interact wants to help close that donation gap. We encourage all students to give whatever cash/change they can for this worthy cause. The CaLP with the biggest monetary donation will be awarded a pizza party in April.
Now Selling Smoothies - Viking Brew is now selling smoothies in addition to coffee! Be sure to check these out from 7:10 to 7:47! Current flavors are Strawberry Banana and Peach Pear Apricot! See you tomorrow morning!
Softball Gear - Get your softball apparel here - https://seamansoftball2021.itemorder.com/sale As always, thanks for supporting SHS sports!
Remember to Park in YOUR Stall - Please park in your assigned parking stall (especially important with everyone back in the building). Even if a stall is open it belongs to somebody. If you have any questions see me in the Security Office. Thank you! McKay
Golf Gear - Anyone that would like to support the Boys golf team and rep us around the halls can order merch from the site below. https://fancloth.shop/DPKDV
Please Note One-Way Traffic - Please note: the East Entrance / Exit by the tennis courts from 3:00 to 3:30 daily is an exit only, so both lanes can be used to exit the lot. See Officer McKay if you have any questions.
All-City Wrestling - Kyle Adams (senior, 126) and Jaxson Thomas (sophomore, 195) were both Second-Team All-City selections a season ago. This year, they were both named to the First-Team. Joining them is freshman Madison Murray (126) of the first year Girls program. Second-Team honorees include; Justin Kruse, Hunter Reno, Ewan Mills, Kaidence Heston, and Karsyn Russell. Mills also earned the same honor last year. Honorable Mention was awarded to; Dom Russell, Colin Little, Lain Anderson, Zach Jowers, Rylee Murray, Lauren Wilson, Jenna Best, Alex Cannon, Allegra Dees, Abbie Lotspeich, and Grace Cheney. The All-City Wrestling recognition began with the 1985-86 season. Seaman has logged one hundred twenty-nine First-Team selections to date on the Boys side and now one for the Girls First-Team. Included is one four-time selection, eleven three-time winners, and twenty who have been selected to the First-Team twice.
Help Raise Awareness - Calling all artists, musicians, painters, writers, sculptors, poets, singers, and photographers in grades 6-12! No matter your favorite medium, we are seeking your talent and creativity. The Kansas Partners in Empowering Youth for Suicide Prevention believes that every young person deserves to be safe from suicide and that the best way to reach youth in Kansas is to provide opportunities for youth to reach out to their peers, thus creation of the Youth Suicide Prevention Art Contest. This contest is open to Kansas youth in grades 6th through 12th and will help state agencies shape suicide prevention messages and health promotion campaigns. The goals of the contest are to raise awareness of the possibility of hope and healing while working to provide enough support to Kansas youth so that no one ever walks alone in crisis. The submissions will reach other youth to reduce stigma around mental health and experiencing thoughts of suicide. Preventing suicide is a community effort and youth are extremely important. So, pull out your pen and paper, reach for your guitar and mic, or grab your favorite art supplies and let your voice be heard! All submissions are due by April 4, 2021, 10 pm. For more information, please visit https://www.ksphq.org/artcontest/. If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health or thoughts of suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255 (or 800-273-TALK).
Study Abroad for High School Students - If any SHS students are considering studying abroad in high school, they can find information about reputable exchange organizations through the Council on Standards for International Educational Travel (CSIET). Students and parents can find specific information on the more than 100 exchange programs from this organization at https://www.csiet.org/advisory-list/. Please feel free to contact Mrs. Martínez firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or comments.