Homeless & Displaced
609-268-2000, ext. 5519
We have enhanced security measures at our main entrance to align with recommendations from the New Jersey Department of Education. In addition to some outdoor enhancements, there will be a new vestibule for visitors who are waiting to enter the main building, and a new window for parents to drop off documents, lunches, book bags, etc.
We ask your patience, however, as we implement our security procedures in the new entrance way. As has been the district's practice, you will need to provide your driver’s license for a background check prior to entering the building or if you are signing out your student.
We anticipate the project to be completed in late fall. During this time our front entrance for visitors and student drop off in the morning will be the Auditorium entrance only. (see map)
Seniors Kevin Woytowich and Arpan Bhagat were recently recognized in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
Click the link to learn how to access eBooks and digital books from Seneca's Media Center.
Seneca math teacher and Math Department Coordinator Amy Mosser was selected as a recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching. Mrs. Mosser will be honored in Washington, DC in September.
Seneca's One Book, One School Summer Reading selection is Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs. For information about additional AP summer reading assignments and other selections, click the link.
Seneca's 2016-2017 Educational Services Professional of the Year is LDTC Celeste Wilden.