Seneca Valley principal Marc Cohen put out a message to the community calling on local dads to help provide support and provide positive energy during lunch time and after school.
A letter was sent to the community last month detailing that there would be additional security, counselors, central office staff, and MCPD onsite at Seneca Valley beginning on the morning of Monday, October 18th, to help assure a safe and orderly learning environment.
The full message can be seen below:
“Calling all Dads. As our new Seneca Valley High School community continues to form and grow, a group of involved parents has identified a shared interest in increasing the presence of dads in the building at key times of the day to help us
maintain a positive energy, to provide support in supervision, and to mentor students who could benefit from some extra TLC.
We are looking for dads who could be available at lunch time (approximately 11:10 to 12:10) or after school (2:30 to 3:00). You would not have to commit to every day, or even every week. We welcome what valuable time you have to give. If you are interested in learning more, please consider joining us in the school cafeteria on Thursday, November 11
at 5:30 p.m. for a brief informational and idea generating meeting.”
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