The Cultural Arts and STEM Committees at both schools provide enrichment programming for all students in every grade during the school day. These committees brings our children many of their favorite school experiences.

Here are a few highlights from the first few months of school.

All of the Cultural Arts and STEM programs are funded by the PTA, and they are the direct result of your continued support.  As always, we thank you!




The Potsdam Pointercounts, an acapella group, visited both Greenville and Seely Place in December. The Pointercounts dedicate themselves to educating students of all ages about a cappella music and bringing the love of the arts into schools. The Pointercounts perform a variety of styles of music to engage the creative mind and spirit of students and adults alike through educational workshops and performances.


Folk Musician Jim Keyes visited the Kindergarten and ICAP classes in December.

Jim Keyes is a multi-instrumentalist, performer, songwriter, and composer. He’s as likely to be heard playing original songs on an electric guitar in the rock band Hot Rod Pacer as he is singing 18th century ballads in Colonial garb.

Seely Place

For this school year, the Seely STEM committee has purchased kits from the Breakout EDU program for Grades 4, 5, and 6. It is a challenge STEM learning games/activity platform, where students can work as teams to solve different puzzles while learning. https://www.breakoutedu.com/

Story Pirates, improv performers, return to present the New Story Show where they will act out 4 or 5 different stories based upon the stories written by Seely Place 4th and 5th graders.
The New Story Show will be seen by grades 3-6.



Read more about previous month enrichment programming and events