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          ♦ FRIDAY, JUNE 2nd 2017 ♦
FROM THE DESK OF THE PRINCIPAL
Dear SEA Families,
This weekend we say goodbye to our 8th graders.  This time is always mixed with excitement and sadness.  I have been with this group of boys the longest; they started kindergarten here as I began my first year at SEA.  I have had the honor of watching them grow and mature over the past nine years.  It will be difficult to let them go, but we know our boys are prepared for their next step.  We could not be more proud.  May God continue to bless these gentlemen on their journey. 
This year, Honors Math placement letters will be delayed.  One of the assessments used when placing students is the TerraNova test that our boys take each year in March.  The company has not yet provided results. We rely upon these scores (in addition to several other assessments or tools) to properly place our students in Honors Math classes. Please accept our apologies. We intend to send letters of acceptance or notice of ...    [Please click here to continue reading.]
WHY PAY DOUBLE THE RATE? ACT NOW.
A copy of the 2017-2018 Extended Day Contract has been provided in your son's 'End of the Year' Envelope. If you intend to use Extended Day next year, it is helpful for us if you fill out the form and send it back as soon as possible. Please remember that if you have an Extended Day Contract and you use the hourly option, the cost is only $10 per hour. If you DO NOT have a contract,  the 'drop-in' rate is $20 per hour. Please return forms to the attention of Mena D'Amato.
THANK YOU FROM OUR LIBRARIAN
Box Tops were submitted by the Belgrade, Cool, Huffman, Luzader, Trickey, Seshadri and Webster families this week. Mrs. Lehmann and I are so pleased with such a wonderful collection year. We appreciate the work! The Grub Burger Fundraiser check arrived this week in the amount of $210! Thank you for supporting this event, as well as the Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Event. What a wonderful way to end the school year. Have a safe and happy summer!
CONGRATULATIONS, INVITATIONS and OPPORTUNITIES at SEA
The Talent Keeps Shining
Congrats to Jack Krukiel'17 for being cast as Captain Von Trapp in the Ursuline Academy production of The Sound of Music!  Well done, Jack!
Invitations (Academy Singers) & Recommendations (Men's Ensemble and Academy Chorus) Congrats to all those invited to Academy Singers! You will receive a written invitation and contract in the fall when we return. Click here to see the list of those invited and those recommended for Men's Ensemble & Academy Chorus.
Piano instruction for the 2017-2018 School Year
Families with students who will be in grade 3 and beyond who are interested in instruction, contact Ms. DeHart.
The StorytellersA Family Theatre Event
Shoestring Summer Showcase will present an original musical, The Storytellers with a talented young cast on Friday, June 30 at 10am and 1pm. Mark your calendars.
Summer Theatre at SEA
Class size is limited, so do not delay if you are looking for a spot for your son or daughter in one of the theatre workshops with Shoestring Productions this summer. The Shoestring Summer Showcase has only one opening left (admittance by audition). The other classes are still open and do not require an audition. This is an excellent opportunity for experience and summer fun. Contact Ms. DeHart to register.
GYM , RECESS & SEASONAL SPORTS
Mrs. Turner has placed medical forms in your son's 'End of Year' envelope. These completed forms are due by 7/14 and ensure that he will be able to participate in gym, recess & sports. Please contact Mrs. Turner with questions.
SUMMER and SCHOOL-YEAR YOUTH LEADERSHIP TRAINING
Youth Leadership Training
SEA Alumnus and MIT PhD in Political Science spearheads superior, classical leadership training for your sons and daughters--rising 7th to 12th graders, high school graduates and college students. Endorsed by the State Council of the Delaware Knights of Columbus, this comes in two forms: Statesman Debate, a nonprofit, non-partisan Institute, runs a summer debate camp at SEA and other programs and The Rhetoricans field Catholic-grounded speech and debate teams for grades 7 to 12 and college. Statesman Debate offers discounts for SEA students, alumni and their sisters. Register for a camp or program today via StatesmanDebate.com or 302.300.9611. Join a team today via Teams@Rhetoricans.org or 302.407.9851.
COME ENJOY THE DAY WITH SEA

Join us in TWO WEEKS (Friday, 6/16)at Deerfield for the 10th Annual Lancer Cup. Don't have a foursome? We will pair you with a group of your skill level. Click here for more to register. Get in on the fun!
 47th ANNUAL SEA B-BALL CAMP

We are excited about two new offerings within the 2017 SEA Basketball Camp. Our incoming 1st & 2nd Grade Group will be CO-ED. Our incoming 1st & 2nd Grade Group will be a full day camp (8:30-3pm).The 2017 SEA Basketball Camp will be for boys AND girls entering 1st and 2nd Grades and for BOYS entering 3rd-8th Grades. To register,  click here.
CONTACT MR. ELLIS W/ CAMP QUESTIONS

Rising K-6 students will love their summer at SEA. From June 12th-August 11th, we will offer day camp and extended care. Our offerings include art, music, theatre, engineering, robotics, Minecraft, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, baseball and rugby. Boys and Girls are welcome. Visit this page for details or Contact Mr. Ellis.
JUST FOUR MORE WEEKS

49% of our current parents have made their gift to the Annual Fund. There are four weeks to go until the end of this campaign year. We hope to surpass last year's parent participation of 52%. All gifts made to the Annual Fund will be recognized in the Honor Roll of Donors which will be published in our Annual Report in August. Click here to view our Printer's Proof of names as of May 1st. Don't see your name listed? There is still time to make your gift! All gifts made on or before 6/30 count towards the 2016-17 campaign. Click here to donate or return your gift to school. Thank you for your continued support.
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FALL SPORTS

It is almost time for Fall Sports Registration. We will reach out via email when signups go live.


CALENDAR

The Abbreviated 2017-2018 Calendar is available here.


COMING UP

THIS SUNDAY
Graduation (9am)

MONDAY, 6/5
There is no school but click here if you need child care.

TUESDAY, 6/6
Last Day of School
(JK-7)

♦ Closing Mass 8:15am

♦ K Graduation
9:15am

♦ Gr 3 'Moving Up' 10:00am

♦ LF Concert
11:30am
♦ Academic Awards Assembly (Gr 4-7)
1:30pm

FRIDAY, 6/16
Lancer Cup


SUMMER READING

Rising grades 2-8 have required reading over the summer. Click here for the list of books (and assignments where applicable).


TUTOR LIST

The list of SEA faculty offering summer help or enrichment is posted.
Check it out here.


YEARBOOKS

Yearbooks were received. They will be distributed Tuesday.
Graduates receive them on Sunday.


WISH LIST

Do you have any of these items?  Our art teacher, Mrs. Downs loves your donations!


LAX CAMP

Ages 6-16
Sessions at SEA
in July...
+10th-14th, (Boys)
+17th -21st (Coed)
2-week COMBO fee available!
Register here
To receive 10% off: Code: LancersLax


GRADES 4-7
ONLY
On Tuesday, grades 4-7 will be able to purchase in the cafeteria as usual.
Lower Form boys will bring bagged lunch.

STUDENT
WORKSHOP
The Marketing of You is led by Coach Lou Gatti. This workshop is challenging, engaging and entertaining. Your student will learn skills of many sorts. Click here for more info about this unique opportunity being held 6/12-6/16.

BASEBALL
CAMP

Want to take your game to the next level?  Please click here for info for the Ryan Holsten Baseball Academy.

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