Ernest W. Seaholm High School

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Announcements

  • Third Trimester Return

    Below please find a link to a helpful Comparison Sheet for the options being presented to BPS families for either in-person or virtual learning beginning the week of March 15, 2021. This information will allow families to make an informed choice for the instructional framework which works best for them. We ask that you review this important information and then discuss the expectations and logistics carefully with your child(ren).   

    Finally, please find a Google form survey attached below which will allow you to select the learning option for your child(ren) for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year.

    You must complete a separate survey for each child who attends Seaholm High School.  Please complete and submit the form by Friday, March 5, 2021. 

    If you have any questions, please contact the Main Office.

    BPS Return to Classroom Instructional Options Comparison Document

    Survey for Student Preference

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  • Exam Schedule & Return to School Schedule

    Tuesday, March 9 – Half Day Virtual Classes AM Only

    1st Hour 8:10-8:40am

    2nd Hour 8:50-9:20am

    3rd Hour 9:30-10:00am

    4th Hour 10:10-10:40am

    5th Hour 10:50-11:40am


    Wednesday, March 10 – Virtual Exams

    1st hour exam 8:00—9:30 AM

    2nd hour exam 10:00 – 11:30 AM

    Thursday, March 11 – Virtual Exams

    3rd hour Exam – 8:00--9:30 AM

    4th hour Exam – 10:00 – 11:30 AM

    Friday, March 12 – Virtual Exam

    5th hour exam – 8:00—9:30 AM

    • Busses will run on exam days.
    • Students may come into the building to take a final exam but they should coordinate with the teacher to do so as exams are virtual.  Students should bring their laptop to class with them.

    Monday, March 15 - NO CLASSES for high school - Teacher prep

    Tuesday, March 16 - NO CLASSES for high school - Teacher prep

    Wednesday, March 17 - Half Day classes in the AM (revised) - all classes will be virtual

    Thursday, March 18 - Students return to face to face learning in the building

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  • Administrative Messages

    • BPS Board approved the final schedule and plans for our return for full in-person learning for third trimester.  Please see the following plans:

      • Our class schedule will remain the same as it is currently. Wednesdays will continue to be a day where all students to attend classes virtually. X-block time will still occur on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings.
      • Families will receive a selection form on March 2nd asking whether they would like their students to attend in-person four days a week or attend virtually/livestream all classes. Cohorts will no longer exist for students returning.
      • Open Campus for lunch will be an option for 11th and 12th graders, and families will have to complete a form to give permission for their student to leave campus at lunch. A and B lunch times and the spaces we currently use for lunch will remain the same for students who will eat lunch on campus. Six feet of social distancing will need to be maintained at lunch while students will not be wearing masks.
      • No school for students on March 15th and March 16th due to teacher prep days.
      • March 17th is a Wednesday/virtual day and also a half day for instruction, so students will attend courses virtually in the afternoon 
      • A plexiglass shield for each student desk in the classrooms will be prepared and installed by March 18th as an additional safety precaution as six feet of social distancing between students is not guaranteed.
      • We will still utilize the Clear to Go app and take temperatures with our first hour students. One change is that students will be able to help with the cleaning process between each class period.
    • Please read the message from Principal Hall regarding Face to Face Return Protocols  (from January) and our welcome back information.
    • Students will need to present verification of a completed health screener everyday before first hour, or upon entry to the building. For information on helping your student set up the Clear to Go app on their smartphone follow these installation directions. 
    • The Seaholm High School administrative team held a Town Meeting on Monday, December 21st to discuss the Return to School plan for January 2021. From that presentation we have compiled responses to frequently asked questions regarding the return to school. The Town Hall meeting was recorded and viewable for those who are unable to attend.
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  • Last Call for Yearbook Orders

    Yearbook Deadline

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  • Debate Team

    This weekend, three of our Debate teams competed in the National Speech and Debate District Qualifiers. Students competed against other teams across Michigan in Public Forum Debate. Our teams ranked 1st, 2nd, and 4th at the tournament, the top two teams qualified for the National Tournament in June. Go Mapes!

    Debate Awards

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  • Yearbook Orders

    To order your 2020-2021 Seaholm yearbook follow this link for purchasing information. 

    Yearbook Updates

     

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  • 8th Grade Orientation

    The presentation made to the incoming 9th grade Class of 2025 on February 2nd is now available for viewing.

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  • BPS Parent Pride

    Parent Pride

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  • Hybrid/In-Person Return to School Safety Protocol Video

    Please view the Seaholm safety protocols video for important information on the return to school plans, guidelines, and expectations. We are looking forward to having our Maples back in the building with the necessary health protocols in place for a safe return to school!

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  • Class Schedule as of January 19th

    Schedule 1.19.21

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  • Summer School

    Summer School

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  • Student Art Exhibit

    Please enjoy our Student Art Exhibit hosted in Google Slides.

    Paint palette

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  •  School Meal Service

     

    Meals will be provided to our hybrid learners that are returning to school. For additional information please contact Pattie Guck or follow this link for details.

     School Meals

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  • Autism Awareness 2021

    Autism Acceptance

    This year, we have set-up a shared order form so that you can purchase your Autism Acceptance T-shirt from the convenience of home. Order before 1/21/21 for early bird discount. If you order after, the price will be an additional $1, payment is online.
    T-shirts are V-neck or round neck, heather gray or navy, sizes Adult small—3X and will be delivered to Seaholm by March. Mrs. Barbieri will set-up distribution.
    Tshirts can be worn on Spirit Fridays during the month of April to demonstrate your support and acceptance of people with Autism.

    Autism T-Shirt

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  • Be Kind to Your Mind

    Kind Mind

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  • Class Link and Schoology Information

    Please use this link for information about using ClassLink and Schoology. ClassLink and Schoology User Info.

    Parent Schoology Account set-up quick reference guide is available fornew users. Please note you need to have the Schoology Parent Code from your Parent Power School account in order to follow the directions on quick reference guide.

    Contact the HelpDesk for support at 248-203-3123 or helpdesk@birmingham.k12.mi.us

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  • Water Testing Updates

    The district continues to monitor the safety of the water in buildings around the district. Information on the most recent remediation and subsequent testing is available for review.

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Seaholm in the News

Welcome

  • Welcome to Seaholm High School, a vibrant and exciting place to learn and a place where our students know they are part of our family. We take great pride in our high expectations for achievement, our acceptance of differing perspectives and our feeling of community. Our staff encourages students to take risks and to find their passion during their time at Seaholm. 

    Seaholm prides itself not only on offering you a longstanding tradition of academic excellence but also on providing you with a multitude of opportunities for engagement in the arts, athletics, or managing a retail outfitter on campus, our curriculum extends well beyond the classroom walls.

    We are proud of our dedicated efforts that reflect strong partnerships among students, staff, parents and community.  Helping individuals and organizations in need is one of life's lessons that you will find is a hallmark of Seaholm's commitment to generosity, compassion and service.

    So, again, welcome to school and make yourself at home. We are excited about the opportunity to enrich your lives academically, athletically, artistically, and socially. 

    We look forward to your becoming members of our learning community.


     Warmly,

    Kyle Hall

    Principal

     

     
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