The Seminole Science School takes pride in providing students with an impactful character-development program, and now it’s being recognized for those efforts by a national nonprofit. character.org recently designated Seminole Science School as a 2019 School of Character. The organization works with schools, families, and workplaces to inspire, educate and empower people to be ethical and compassionate citizens.
On February 10th, members of Seminole Science School’s FIRST Lego League volunteered their time during a community hunger project. The team visited the “Feeding Children Everywhere” organization and worked together to package meals for children and their families.
Scholastic Award goes to Longwood resident
Seminole Science School seventh-grader, Sophie Goldman of Longwood, received a $500 scholarship from the Kiwanis Club during the Pop Warner Mid-Florida Scholastic Awards banquet on Saturday, February 9th. The event recognized student-athletes who maintain stellar academic excellence. Those who also excelled in their community service and volunteer projects were eligible for possible scholarships.
Casselberry resident excels in MATHCOUNTS
Seminole Science School finished fifth out of 24 teams in the Chapter Round for MATHCOUNTS on Saturday, February 9th. Eleven students from Seminole Science School participated at the event held at Lyman High School. Sixth-grader, Udeshya S. of Casselberry, placed 16th out of more than 200 students.