• Winter formal is on it's way! Jan. 3rd 8pm in the cafeteria

  • All basketball teams are playing Grace on Friday. Good luck Seahawks!

  • Skiing will be at Government Peak this weekend. Go Seahawks!

  • Need your schedule changed? See Martha during the period you need changed!

  • Online registration for KPC classes closes soon! See Jackie Marshall for assistance.

  • Sources of Strength will meet in the Music Room from 11:50AM-12:50PM on Wednesday.

  • The application for the 2018 Sister Exchange program is now open for those interested in traveling to Obihiro Japan!

Hydaburg Chronicles: Part 1

PDT Students, Guest Contributors

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Six students from Seward High School’s Problem Solving and Design with Technology (PDT) class embarked on an adventure to Hydaburg this weekend.  The relentless driver, Todd Brewer, safely delivered the students to ACS on Sunday evening after a fiesta at Taco King – flour or corn tortillas and fabulously decorated chairs.  While at ACS, the first annual ACS barefoot indoor soccer tournament commenced under the only light that was left only in the gym (fire light).  Captains Chris Kingsland and Joel Williams dominated the play while strikers Veach, Guernsey, Whitcome, and Allen fired away from impossible angles.  Mrs. Lori Allen demonstrated volleyball-style blocks (even though it was a soccer game) while screaming, “Trapper, get the ball.”  A good time was had by all.

Only four or five students were chastised after Mr. Reising quickly went down in a few rounds of MafiaCarcassonne proved to be a big hit and severed several friendships as the students poached each other’s roads, cities, and farms.  Under the threat of tripping the alarm, the students finally went to bed.

Monday proved to be a travel menagerie – shuttle, flight, flight, flight, ferry, shuttle, ferry… and we’re not there yet.  At least there were some pretty views along the way and the students were greeted to 58 degrees and sunshine in Ketchikan.  A very kind shuttle driver took all the baggage to The Landing, where students feasted on pancakes, burgers, fries, and biscuits and gravy.  The students are carrying the generous nature of Seward to their hosts in Hydaburg by taking the leftover plate-sized pancakes to them.

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