Seely Place School
Colonial Day is a highlight of fourth grade each year. The social studies curriculum culminates with this day where students are living history. On Friday, June 1, students, parents and teachers traveled back in time to the Colonial era.
On Thursday, May 24th Seely Place celebrated Spirit Day. Students dressed in blue and white to show their school spirit. They rotated through games and relays that were created and supervised by Seely Place 6th graders.
Mrs. Borella’s class is sewing pencil pouches from ties and will donate them to school children in the region most devastated by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Seely Place students are donating one new pencil for our pencil drive!