Thank you to all of the enthusiastic runners and walkers who braved the cold and dodged all those snowmelt puddles.
Read the general meeting minutes from our meeting on Oct. 6, 2018.
Ordering gift cards through ShopWithScrip is a great way to do your holiday shopping!
We often say we are a school family, but yesterday’s unexpected weather crisis tested that saying and we showed beyond measure that we are Seth Boyden strong!
This year’s 5th Grade Musical will be “Beauty and the Beast, Jr.” and we are looking for parent volunteers to help us make the show a success.
Do you buy groceries? Have you ever been in a Stop & Shop? If so, we have a super-easy way for you to contribute to Seth Boyden’s PTA.
This is a great fundraiser for our school that brings people from all over the area together, so please help us spread the word!
Dr. Ficarra has asked SOMSD Director of Technology Keith Bonds to address the questions raised by the committee. Bonds said he expects to have more information by the end of this week.
School picture day is October 30! Click for details on ordering and volunteering.
We are having a short (2-hour) work afternoon in our outdoor space on Sunday, Oct. 21.
Special Services Back-To-School-Night and IEP Binder Building Workshop.
Scrip is just another way to pay for everyday purchases using gift cards in place of cash, checks, and credit cards.
The PTA Presidents’ Council and the League of Women Voters of Maplewood & South Orange are hosting a debate for Board of Education candidates this Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 7:30pm at 525 Academy Street in Maplewood.
If your family needs an earlier drop off time, the YMCA offers a Before Care Program that opens at 7:30 am. We also have a breakfast program in the school cafeteria that is open to all students and that starts at 8:05 am.
Are you considering Seth Boyden for your children? Take a tour during the school day and get an inside look!
This is always one of the best days of our year, and we need your help to make it a success!
This evening will feature a discussion of our approaches to planning for the
reconfiguration of SOMSD elementary schools.
Harvest Fest is coming up FAST — Oct. 13 — and there are a million fun and very, very rewarding jobs to volunteer for, so what are you waiting for?
I’d like to update you on the upper and lower gymnasium situation…
SEPAC provides parents with tools and information to work collaboratively with the school district and to be more effective advocates for their children with special educational needs.