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Dear SEA Families,

Hopefully by now, you’ve had a chance to read the email we sent containing the details of the lockdown at SEA this morning. We will have these lockdowns unfortunately, at the Academy. But today, we were safe. As a principal, you know it is something you have to prepare for, but no matter the circumstance, it is never an easy situation.

We want to give a special ‘shout out’ to the state police. We were so impressed with their communication as they tended to an ongoing situation in the Arden area. Even after the situation concluded, the state troopers maintained a presence around our campus for a few hours. So, the next time we see a police officer, let’s go out of our way to thank them for everything they do in our community.

On occasions like this, we will most often take the time to issue an emergency broadcast via phone call/voice message using a system called School Messenger.

The following are important details about the emergency system...
• The School Messenger system will call you up to three times if it does not receive a ‘live’ answer on its first attempt.
• It will leave a voicemail with the information we recorded.
• Please be sure to listen to our messages rather than calling back upon seeing the missed call(s). That part is urgent.

When an emergency broadcast is launched, we need to maintain order in classrooms and in the main office. If instead, we have an hour of phone calls from families noticing ‘missed calls’, we cannot maintain order nor can we maintain any open phone lines.

It is imperative that you listen to the message before calling to ask about the missed call. Also be reassured that we will follow-up with an email after the School Messenger broadcast is delivered. If you did not receive a voicemail today, please contact Brittany Williamson in our Main Office.

Thank you for trusting us on days like today and every day.  We are grateful to be part of your sons’ lives.  Have a great weekend!  -Tricia

 SEA CHRISTMAS RAFFLE NEXT MONTH
E-A-G-L-E-S -Eagles!
Our Christmas Raffle is back. We are once again raffling off your chance to win 6 tickets to either the Eagles Vs. Redskins game (12/3) or the Eagles Vs. Texans game (12/23). Tickets are $100 a chance with only 100 tickets being sold per game. Click here for more info and get your ticket before they're gone!
REQUIREMENT FOR GRADES 7 & 8
Mrs. Hayes-Hartman will be coordinating the community service program at the Academy this year. It is very important that you read this information regarding the requirements for  our 7th and 8th grade students.
 EXTRA HELP SESSIONS -THURSDAYS
'Extra Help' sessions are held weekly on Thursdays until 3:35pm. Pick up by 3:40!
IMPORTANT NOTE-
Students must bring specific questions/problems. Parents shouldn't send students for 'extra help' in general. This is not effective and cannot be accomplished after school. Anyone in need of clarification, please reach out to us.
KIDNEY FOUNDATION WALK 
7th & 8th grade students are invited to volunteer at this event with a parent chaperone. If you and your son would like to support Mr. D'Amato, please email Mrs. Hayes-Hartman. Walk for those at risk. National Kidney Foundation's job is to find ways to improve and extend lives and your participation means they can continue being a lifeline. Join the D'Amato Family, donors, recipients and friends on 10/28 at the Riverfront. More info here.
BARNES & NOBLE + CHICK-FIL-A NIGHT
Join us on Wednesday, November 28th for dinner and Christmas shopping. Barnes & Noble sells more than just books. Plan to buy a few Christmas gifts (have them wrapped!) and have dinner!
SEA PERFORMING ARTS NEWS
TALENT SHOW AUDITIONS
Monday, 10/15, 6-7:30pm. Please turn in your audition registration form by tomorrow (Friday, 10/12). Audition by "iMovie submission" is due to Ms. DeHart by 3pm Monday. 

HALLOWEEN PLAY
There is a rehearsal for Things That Go Bump in the Night tomorrow- Friday, 10/12 from 3-4:15pm. Student cast members should be pretty much off book but can call for 'line'. This includes the memorized ghost stories.
 LANCER LUNCHROOM MENU + SIGN UPs

Click here for the menu for the Week of October 15th.

Please click here to sign up for a Lancer Lunchroom helper spot.

TELL A FRIEND!   SEA ADMISSIONS
SEA TOT STARS Program- 
Boys and Girls (ages 3-4) are invited to SEA Tuesdays in October from 9:30 –10:30am; These special sessions include age-appropriate experiences in Storytelling, Reading, Spanish, Arts, Music, Technology + iPad Learning and Athletics.  Parents/Guardians must stay with their participant for the length of the program.[More Info]

HIGH SCHOOL 

ATTENTION-
Gr 7/8 Families:
Click here for high school open house and admissions info.


COMING UP

WEDNESDAY,10/24
Portraits 
(Gr 6-8)

THURSDAY,10/25
Portraits
 (K-5)

MONDAY,10/29
Progress Reports

10/29 - 11/2
Book Fair

TR (11/1)+F (11/2)
P/T Conferences

Check the website calendar weekly! 

PDF Important Dates
Last Updated 9.20.18


LETTER DAYS

Monday, 10/15
'E' Day
Tuesday, 10/16
'F' Day
Wednesday, 10/17
'A' Day
Thursday, 10/18
'B' Day
Friday, 10/19
'C' Day


SAVE THE DATE

SEA Valentine’s
Day Dance
♥ 
Grades 6,7 & 8

♥ February 9th 2019
♥ 7:00pm - 10:00pm 


MON + WED

Conditioning with Coach Tye is Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:30-4:30pm in the Field House. The 'Open Gym' program will be held on Fridays from 3:30-4:30pm.


HERE AT SEA!

SEA Presents
OtterBasketball
•10/20 (2-6pm) ($75)
•10/21 (8-1pm) ($85)
•10/21 (2-7pm) ($150)
Click here for more information.


JAZZ BAND

Jazz Band will meet Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00-3:30pm. Students  should be picked up at the Main Office entrance at 3:30pm.

 
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