News & Announcements
Summer of 2022 Reading Assignments
Summer is a great time to practice your reading and comprehension skills. Each incoming grade has special summer reading assignments. Please get started early and don't wait until the last minute. See you in August!
Order Your 2022-2023 School Supplies
For 2022-2023, the Seaside Neighborhood School has partnered with 1st Day School Supplies, which will help Seaside Neighborhood School parents and teachers get the exact supplies needed for next school year. It's convenient, easy and hassle free! Plus, they have guaranteed our school the impossible to find and highest quality brands like Ticonderoga, Crayola, Elmers, Fiskars, Purell and Clorox.
No longer is purchasing a back-to-school supply kit a luxury, it is a necessity. With all the supply chain issues, it is the only way to order back-to-school supplies for next year. Order today and check it off your list!
Additionally, if you would like to purchase supplies on your own (not via 1st Day School Supplies), the Seaside Neighborhood School 2022-2023 student supply lists can be found below:
Shop Seaside Neighborhood School Uniforms
Thank you for supporting the Seaside Neighborhood School uniform policy. Together with your help, we are empowered with benefits of a successful policy including decreased distractions, simplified morning routines, increased respect among students, improved safety and a stronger sense of community. Clothing that supports the Seaside Neighborhood School uniform policy can be purchased from French Toast, Land's End and Best Life Outfitters.
Florida’s Public Charter Schools – Representing the Voice of Parents
Parents of more than 360,000 children have found a Florida charter school that is a good fit for their child. The charter school movement in Florida has grown tremendously since its beginnings in 1996, thanks to the interest of Florida families. This year, 702 public charter schools serving 361,939 students in K-12 are operating in 47 Florida counties. Florida has more students attending public charter schools than all but two other states in the U.S. Learn more about the Truths & Myths in this document from the Florida Consortium of Public Charter Schools.