As a Seaport student, you are required to take a nutrition class. A high school nutrition class usually conjures up images of the food pyramid and growth chart, but at Seaport we take a much deeper look at the food we are putting into our bodies. Students have been learning all about factory farms, processed foods and the importance of eating a clean diet: food that is as close to its original form as possible.
Features and Fish Tales From Seaport Academy
Seaport Academy was recently featured in the winter edition of The Navy Yard News, a quarterly publication of the friends of the Charlestown Navy Yard.
The Special Needs Advocacy Network (SPaN) hosted a conference at the Westin Hotel in Waltham on February 10 and Seaport Academy was there. The Seaport table was manned by John Charow, the history teacher and Floyd Masters, one of Seaport’s seniors who is attending Bunker Hill Community College. SPaN has provided continuing professional development for advocates and other professionals in the field of Special Education for the past 25 years.
This spring, two students from Seaport will be attending a class at Bunker Hill. This is the result of hard work by the students to prepare to take on this higher level of academic challenges. The students, Floyd Masters and Jim Phillips, have been enrolled in Seaport’s College Prep elective since where they have been focusing on organization, study skills and time management. Both Floyd and Jim are enrolled in a Fundamentals of Mathematics course where they will build a base to move on to even more advanced courses. They are excited to be among college students and get a taste of what