Textbooks will be distributed based on textbook requests submitted by students. Students can complete the Textbook Request Form HERE. Please submit your form by Wednesday, December 2, 2020 at 11am.
All textbooks will be distributed outside at the Pool Doors from 8am to 4:30pm on the specified days.
On the specified day, students’ books will be placed on carts/tables in alphabetical order for them to pick up outside of the Pool Door. Students with more than one or two books may have their items placed in a bag for pick up. Each distribution day is designed to distribute books to about 250 students. We know that family scheduling and timing can be difficult, however, please adhere to your designated distribution days. If you have additional questions please contact Ms. Elizabeth Rauth in the Media Center.
We encourage all students to review their 2nd and 3rd trimester schedules. For the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year, all schedule change requests will take place via email, zoom, and/or phone. We are asking students to reach out to their counselor to request any schedule changes.
Course offerings, staffing, and class materials were determined by student course selections back in the spring. With that in mind, it is quite difficult to accommodate all schedule changes once the school year begins. We are asking students to reach out to their counselor to request any schedule changes as soon as possible.
DEADLINES FOR SCHEDULE CHANGES:
Getting involved in clubs and activities in high school is a wonderful opportunity for students to make new friends, develop skills such as commitment, leadership & teamwork and explore areas of interest. With our students learning remotely this fall, it is even more important to help them connect with each other.
Seaholm students have always had the opportunity to select from a wide variety of school activities. Academic Clubs, Arts (Fine Arts & Performing Arts), Community Service, and a variety of other Clubs are all options for our students. Seaholm has something for everyone! The Clubs & Activities Google Sheet below provides a Description, Advisor & Advisor Email for all the Clubs & Activities currently offered at Seaholm. The student club leaders and advisors will be posting Upcoming Activities and a Video Link for these Clubs & Activities in the coming weeks. Contact advisors, sign up and get involved!
Birmingham high school teacher Doug Baltz wanted to give his students the best STEM learning experience possible, so he chose an innovative path: taking them out of the classroom entirely and into real-world externships