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Dear Seabrook Families,

Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year!

 I hope that you and your families have had a wonderful summer! I am extremely excited about starting the year at Seabrook Elementary School as the Interim Principal. I look forward to the start of a great year with the Seabrook Team and look forward to working with each of you!

Back to school is an exciting time for everyone and we’re very glad to see our students, staff and parents again!

Our teachers have been busy preparing their classrooms and lesson plans that promise to make for another exciting and productive year at Seabrook Elementary School.  Mr. Tavares and our facilities department have done an excellent job preparing our school for the first day.  All we need are our amazing SES students!

This year we welcome two new staff members, Mrs. Kim Dovey and Mrs. Lyndsey Hamblet, to Seabrook Elementary.  Mrs. Dovey will be teaching pre-school and Mrs. Hamblet will be our new physical education teacher.

Important Dates:

No school: Monday, September 1.

First day of school (grades Pre-K & K): Tuesday, September 2.

Other information you should locate on our school website (www.sau21.org/ses) include:

  • 2014-2015 school calendar.
  • SES Student/Parent Handbook.
  • Please feel free to contact me directly with any questions or concerns.  We are looking forward to a very rewarding year at Seabrook Elementary School.

    Sincerely,

    Bryan Belanger, Interim Principal

     

    “As every child is a unique learner entitled to a quality education, the mission of Seabrook Elementary School is to support intellectual, social, emotional and physical development in a safe and fostering environment."

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