Semester One Final Exam Schedule December 18-20, 2019 At the conclusion of this document is important information pertaining to final exam make- ups. (This article is not ADA compliant) Wednesday, December 18 th 7:55 – 8:30 Final Exam Review 1A 8:30 - . . .
Seneca High School District 160 is seeking bids for a New 14 Passenger Activity Bus. Bidding documentation can be found at the links below. Bidders should carefully review all of the materials and specifications before submitting a bid. Bidders are to use the forms provided in submitting bids. A trade allowance for the 2010 Activity Bus must be provided. Seneca High School District 160 reserves the right to . . .
Students selected to represent SHS
Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar Miranda Araujo and Emma Smith, Seneca High School sophomores, have been selected to represent Seneca Township High School at the 2020 HOBY Leadership Seminar. The Leadership Seminar is designed for high school sophomores to recognize their leadership talents and apply them in becoming effective, ethical leaders in their home, schools, work-place . . .
The vocational math class led by Mr. Witte finished their landscaping unit by working on the east side of the track concessions building. 2018's vocational math class completed the west side of the building. This class has received some great hands on experiences this year. They used their math skills to determine the amount of rock, retaining wall bricks, and soil needed to complete their job. The finished . . .
DAR Good Citizen Award Student Honored Trevor Till was recently honored with the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Good Citizen Award for Seneca High School. He is the son of Lisa Moore of Mazon and Bob Till of Seneca. The Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award honors an outstanding senior who exhibits the qualities of dependability, leadership, service and patriotism. The selection was voted on by . . .
Drivers Ed students have been learning about the dangers of Driving While Intoxicated this past week from School Resource Officer Ken Sangston. A student is wearing “drunk goggles” while performing several tasks, which demonstrate the loss of judgment, reaction time, and fine motor function.