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Seashore Wins 2016 Crown At Columbia University

Seashore students won a 2016 Silver Crown at Columbia University March 18. The only middle school in NJ and one of three in the USA, Seashore was singled out to receive the highest honor given to student publications by Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Representing Seashore Student Views, Editor in Chief Jonathan Rasnitsyn and Editorial Page Editor Joe Shalom, were presented with the honor alongside recipients throughout America, London, Indonesia, Singapore and Hong Kong.

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Miss NJ Teen USA 2016 Seashore Alum Gina Mellish Visits

Miss NJ Teen USA 2016 Seashore Alum Gina Mellish visited preschool to eighth graders today. Wearing her crown and pageant sash, she read a story to young children called “I Like Me,” as part of the Read Across America initiative and spoke to grade school students about developing confidence and following their dreams.

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Seashore Student To Compete In Scripps Spelling Bee At Monmouth University

LONG BRANCH, December 22 – Spelling serpentine and inclement correctly in the final round of The Seashore School’s Spelldown December 22 earned eighth grader Jonathan Rasnitsyn the right to represent his school in the Scripps Spelling Bee, the highest profile academic event for elementary and middle school students. Rasnitsyn advances to the next level of competition […]

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Pre-Kindergarten Kicks Off Holidays With Gingerbread House Event

  LONG BRANCH, December 7 – Nearly 50 pre-kindergarteners at The Seashore School were excited to find out they could transform empty milk or juice cartons into a winter wonderland at the Annual Gingerbread House Event at their campus December 3. Using tables lined with candy canes, licorice, gum drops, mints and every imaginable treat, four […]

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Seashore School 2016 Crown Finalist

Long Branch, November 1 –Seashore is one of three middle schools in the USA and the only one in NJ to be named a 2016 Crown Finalist by Columbia Scholastic Press Association at Columbia University. Along with the top high school journalists in the country, the Seashore Student Views Editorial Board will receive Gold or Silver Crowns (the highest honor given to student publications) in four categories at CSPA Awards Ceremonies to be held in New York City March 18.

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New Language Arts Teacher Making Difference

LONG BRANCH, October 17 –Janet Fischer, Hazlet, the new English teacher at The Seashore School, in Long Branch, is doing a lot more than raising the barre on the middle school language arts curriculum. She is teaching students how to become responsible local and global citizens by lending a hand to help the military, animal rescue shelters & needy families.

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