Shea Franco Wins Seashore Bee & Right To Compete In Scripps Regionals March 16-17

How many people can spell diaphoresis. Shea Franco, an eighth grader at The Seashore School can. He spelled the word correctly, winning the Seashore Bee and the right to represent his school at the Scripps Regionals at Monmouth University March 16 and 17. Congratulations to Shea, runner up seventh grader Tatum Surett and the other exceptional spellers who competed in the Bee January 8.

Seashore Voted 2019 Most Loved Swim School – Sign Up For Winter Lessons Now

Swim lessons Monmouth County. Seashore voted MOST LOVED SWIM SCHOOL. Winter session starts January 11. Whether children are just starting out or want to improve strokes and times, Seashore offers the strongest swim instruction program you will find anywhere. Lessons are held after school and on Saturday morning. The program is $250 for the 10-week session. For a schedule or to register, call 732-222-6464 now.