Three Seton Catholic Central students; Samuel J. Breese, Samuel E. Crowley and Catherine A. Daly have been named Finalists in the National Merit Scholarship competition.
“These students have advanced to Finalist standing in the National Merit Scholarship Program of 2015 by demonstrating through distinguished performance high potential for future academic accomplishment,” said Timothy E. McGuire, President, National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
“This is a significant achievement of which each of these students should be very proud,” said Richard A. Bucci, Principal.
Re-Admission applications for current families are due Friday, March 13th. There will be no deposit required for applications completed and returned by this date.
All applications returned by Friday, March 13 will be entered into a drawing for a 50% tuition waiver. There will be two waivers awarded, one elementary (K-6) waiver and one secondary (7-12) waiver. Please note SCC 7-12 Grade students will not be allowed to begin course selection until officially registered
Reminder: All current CSBC families SMART Tuition Aid applications are due March 13th, 2015. Applications still available at School main offices. SMART Tuition aid applications must be completed to be considered for local aid from CSBC (this includes the separate SCC Financial Aid Form)
Greetings from the SCC Sustainability Club,
The Sustainability Club is in the process of planning an on-campus organic garden at Seton, in addition to the programs we already manage. In an effort to raise necessary funds, we are offering for sale:
- Certified organic seeds through High Mowing Organic Seeds
- Easter chocolate through Chocolates by Leopold
- A variety of local products from various farmers and producers.
→To Order: You can either place order through a Sustainability Club member, by mail to Seton, directly at Seton, or my emailing order to firstname.lastname@example.org (
Seeds: Select the available items that you would like to purchase (see listing below for out of stock update) from attached flyers. Orders must be received by March 20 (late orders will be accepted through April 17 at a $0.50 fee). Payment due upon pick-up of seeds. The tentative delivery date is April 21 and 22 (except for late orders). Delivery date subject to change.
Easter Chocolates: Select the available items that you would like to purchase from attached flyer. Note that some items come in multiple varieties (i.e. milk or dark chocolate), so be sure to specify desired option. Orders must be received by March 19. Payment is due upon delivery, although it should preferably be received by March 19 for this fundraiser. Orders will be distributed and available for pick-up on March 26 and 27 at Seton.
Local Products: Local products are available to order by any date for pick-up at Seton, by customer request. Products are available only while club and producer supply lasts.
See the following listings for description.
High Mowing Organic Seeds has quickly become one of the most trusted sources of organic seeds for home gardeners and farmers alike. Supplying a wide selection of certified organic and heirloom seeds, this small Vermont based company will certainly meet your seed requirements.
Attached are two order forms, one for seed packets and one for boxed seed collections (which are essentially just boxes with multiple seed packets in them). Both have product listings and prices.
Note the following adjustment to the seed packet form:
“We regret to inform you that we have sold out of both Sugar Daddy Snap Pea and Dark Orange Calendula for the 2015 growing season. We are offering the loved Royal Burgundy Bush Bean as a substitute for the snap pea and Dark Orange Marigold as a substitute for the calendula. We hope that you enjoy these varieties!” ~HMOS
- 1. Royal Burgundy Bush Bean
- OP Wine colored stringless pods with grassy green interiors. Exterior fades to green when cooked. Large, determinate plants do not need trellising. Grows well in cool conditions. (55 days; 1 oz)
- 2. Dark Orange Marigold
- OP Uniformly dark orange chrysanthemum-like blooms for borders, beds or cut flowers. Double flowers are 2.5” wide and full of ruffles. Sturdy plants grow a bushy 16” tall and 10” wide. (85 days; 1/32 oz)
Chocolates by Leopold will be supplying all of the delicious, gourmet treats offered in this fundraiser. Being the premier source of locally made and hand crafted chocolates, these chocolates, made by master chocolatier Leopold, and other Easter candies are sure to delight everyone this Easter!
See attached flyer for available selection and pricing. Be sure to place orders by mentioned deadline, March 19. We can not ensure you will receive your order if it is placed any later than this date.
The Sustainability is proud to have sourced some absolutely delicious, beautiful, and fascinating high-quality local products. Almost all of the available products are from right here in Broome County, made or grown by environmentally and socially conscious producers. Producers include Sugar Creek Maple (Vestal Center), Sue Garing Honey (Kirkwood), Old Barn Hollow (Binghamton), Rustic Designs (Binghamton), and Bear Farm (Burdett).
Check out the attached forms to see all of the fabulous products being offered from here in our own community.
All inquiries, suggestions, and other comments can be sent to email@example.com