Seligman Antelope News
There’s always something happening at Seligman Schools. On this page, we’ll post details about upcoming events, past activities, school awards, and much more—so bookmark us and check back often!
The bus schedule for school closure continued education and meal distribution is available below. Please note that lesson packets will be available for pick up and returns at bus stops on Mondays, and meals will be available for pick up at bus stops on Mondays and Wednesdays.
We will be serving a free breakfast and lunch to all children under 18 from March 30 through April 9 from 10:00 until 11:00 a.m. (Mondays through Thursdays). Please drive up to the school where buses drop off to pick up a sack breakfast and lunch. We will be distributing both breakfast and lunch at the same time. Children must be present to pick up these free meals. Please call (928) 216-4123 with any questions. Thank you!
Due to COVID-19, our district office will be open Monday through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The past few weeks have been busy at the school. February began with a middle school field trip to the Yavapai County College theater to see a play about our government called We the People.
All three schools are heading into fourth quarter with a focus on the upcoming state AzM2 test. Middle school girls are in the midst of the volleyball season, while high school boys are playing baseball. Both teams would love to have community support, so come check out a game. Please visit our Athletics Department page for schedules, and take a moment to check out our great things flyer to see what else we have been up to. We hope to see you at future events at Seligman Schools!
On Thursday, March 5, Seligman students had an opportunity to attend the annual Seligman College and Career Fair. Representatives from various colleges, universities, businesses, and the military helped our students explore the many options available to them after graduating from high school. Students enjoyed asking questions, getting school flare, simulating flying a drone, learning about taxidermy, and meeting with Seligman's own Sparky, the firehouse Dalmatian. All presenters remarked how enjoyable it was to speak with our students and how respectful and well-behaved they were. Thank you to all our college and career reps who made this such a powerful and valuable experience for our students!
We wanted to update and inform the community about the A–F accountability grades for schools in Arizona. We recently received our school's letter grades from the 2018–2019 school year. We invite you to read through Superintendent James Phillips' recent letter to our community to learn more.