Community Member Assistance Request!

February 12, 2019

We are looking for community members that would be willing to volunteer some of your time to help prepare scholars for life after high school.

We need community volunteers to sit on our Senior Defense Panels for the JCPS Backpack of Success Skills. The defenses will take place the week of April 22nd. Make ups will be held May 14th, 15th, & 16th.

We also will need help with Senior Transition Conferences. These conferences are to help ensure scholars have a plan for after they leave high school. These conferences will take place March 5th & 6th.

Please click the link below to sign up to help out the Senior Scholars continue to soar!

Community Volunteer Sign-Up

Hall of Fame Nomination Form

February 5, 2019

Good day, Alumni!!

Would you like to nominate someone to the Seneca Hall of Fame? The nominations are NOW OPEN!!!! At the top of the page click “Alumni” and on the left side of the new page click “Hall of Fame”. The nomination form is located in the second paragraph, it is a link. All of the information you need to remit the form is on the top and the actual nomination form starts on the second page.

The Hall of Fame committee will accept forms from February 1st through June 1st, at which time the form will be removed from the website.

Nominate now!

– Dan, SP&P Webmaster

Local Artist Julius Friedman (c/o 61) dies at 74

July 21, 2017

See the Courier-Journal Article about Julius Friedman (c/o 1961). Mr. Friedman passed away on 16 July 2017 of leukemia.

New Board of Directors

Board of Directors & Officers Election

The election for our Board of Directors and Officers took place at our June meeting.  All terms are for one year and the results are below:

Frank Binford – Chairman of the Board and President

Grover Sales III – Board Member and Vice President

Dan Wise – Board Member

Joe Durbin – Board Member

Sonny Moore – Board Member

Jake Cecil – Treasurer

Sandi Neat – Secretary

Kroger Card Fundraiser

Seneca Past and Present has started a new fundraiser! We are now participating in the Kroger Community Rewards Program.

If you have already registered your Kroger Plus Card: YOU MUST RENEW YOUR REGISTRATION IN AUGUST! Just return to your account screen at, and re-enroll your card for another year. This must be done EVERY AUGUST! Don’t worry, we will remind you!!!!


About the Program:

Kroger is committed to helping our communities grow and prosper. Year after year, local schools, churches and other nonprofit organizations will earn millions of dollars through Kroger Community Rewards.

Kroger Community Rewards makes fund-raising easy..all you have to do is shop at Kroger and swipe your Plus Card!

The program donates 4% of the profit from every order processed with a Kroger Plus Rewards card that is registered and has a chosen non-profit organization. Seneca Past and Present is now part of that program and wants YOU to register your Kroger Plus card! Just go to and sign in (or create an account with your existing Kroger Plus Card). Once you log in you will see your account summary. At the bottom, there is a section for Community Rewards. Type in Seneca Past and Present (or ID code #90419) and find us on the list (you can use the school address and zip code to better narrow your search: 3510 Goldsmith Ln 40220). After that just remember to use your Kroger Plus Card every time you check out at your neighborhood Kroger and 4% of all eligible items (this does not include fuel, pharmacy, or Kroger Wine and Spirit Shop purchases) will be donated back to Seneca Past and Present!

WKU Football Event with Seneca Alumni, AJ Jackson!

On July 27th at 6 p.m., the GLAC will be hosting a WKU Football Kick-Off party at the BW3s in St. Matthews. WKU’s new Football Coach, Mike Sanford, will be there to share his exclusive thoughts about the upcoming season. He’ll be joined by other members of his WKU staff and, most importantly, a number of this year’s players from the Louisville area. Coach Sanford has invited A.J. Jackson to represent Seneca – and we’d love for all the Redhawk faithful to come out and show their support for their very own Hilltopper athlete!

This is the fourth year for the WKU Football Kick-Off party here in Louisville, and I can attest to how much it means for the players to see their hometown friends and families in the crowd. This year, the GLAC wanted to pay special tribute to the local schools who set these players on their course to becoming successful student-athletes at the collegiate level. While A.J. is a Hilltopper now, we know he is also still a Redhawk at heart – and I hope the Seneca community will join us on the 27th to support him as he starts off his new season at WKU!

What:                   Greater Louisville Alumni Chapter WKU Football Kick-Off Party

Where:                 BW3s in St. Matthews

4600 Shelbyville Rd.

Louisville, KY 40207

When:                 Thursday, July 27th starting at 6:00 pm

For more information, contact Kristen Miller at or 649-1499.



Football / Contact: Kyle Neaves, WKU Athletic Communications/Media Relations


BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — For the fourth-straight year, the WKU Hilltoppers will host their annual Louisville Kickoff Party, presented this year by the WKU Greater Louisville Alumni Chapter, at Buffalo Wild Wings in the Shelbyville Road Plaza (4600 Shelbyville Road) on Thursday, July 27.

The event is set for a 6 p.m. ET start and will feature the back-to-back Conference USA Champion Hilltoppers and first-year head coach Mike Sanford.

“It’s really important for our program to be in Louisville,” Sanford said. “It’s not the actual capital of the state, but for all intents and purposes – economically, socially, culturally – Louisville is as important an area as there is, both in recruiting and in developing relationships with our alumni. There are 17 players on our roster from the Louisville-area, so having our Red Towel displayed prominently in 11 high schools is a big deal in Louisville.”

The upcoming event will feature autographs, prizes and giveaways and food specials. Sanford, select WKU Football assistant coaches, WKU Director of Athletics Todd Stewart and select Hilltoppers of local interest will also speak at the event. Fans will also have the chance to get their photo taken with a plethora of hardware, including the 2015 and 2016 C-USA Championship trophies as well as all three of WKU’s bowl trophies, including the Bahamas, Miami Beach and Boca Raton bowls.

Big Red Vette Raffle tickets will also be available for purchase for a chance to win a 2017 Corvette.

WKU features more Louisville-area players than any other football program in the state, with 17 Hilltoppers doting the roster from 11 different high schools in the area.

The Hilltoppers and Sanford begin their 2017 campaign at home against in-state foe Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 2. Kick is set for 6 p.m., as the two schools meet again on the gridiron for the first time since 2008 in a renewal of the most-played football series in the Commonwealth.

How to Follow the Hilltoppers: For complete information on WKU Hilltopper Football, follow the program via social media @WKUFootball on Twitter and Facebook.


Henry County Help Center

February 16, 2017

In the spring of 1970, Joe Durbin didn’t know what his life would hold.  After attending Seneca High School for almost four years, the siren song of the Navy called him to duty.  But after the Navy and a career as a farrier and equine dentist he opened the Henry County Help Center, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization established to help residents in need of food, toiletries, personal hygiene products, educational and moral support. The organization is made up of individuals, businesses and churches that volunteer to make the program possible.

Recently, the Redhawk Rangers visited the Henry County Help Center to reorganize their food pantry.  If you want to read more about the 2015 Dare to Care Food Bank Agency of the Year, check out their website!  Check out photos from our visit.

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Reflections Program Winners

January 18, 2017

Reflections” is a National PTA arts in education program. Its purpose is to provide all children and youth with an opportunity to experience the self-fulfillment of creative expression through the arts. The primary goal of Reflections is for all students to have the opportunity to participate. Although it is a program with recognition and awards at the local, district, state and national levels, participation is emphasized over winning. Students may submit entries in the areas of music, photography, visual arts, literature, and dance. Each year there is a different theme for the program.  The theme for 2016-2017 is “What is Your Story?”

Recently, the 15th District PTA honored 6 Seneca students who were contest winners for the 2016-2017 school year.

Caleb Maddox in the Visual Arts category

Julie Easley in the Photography category

Mirlenis Estacholi Smith in the Photography category

Julia Easley in the Literature category

Jacob Radford in the Literature category

Jamesha Simms in the Literature category

Two students have been selected to proceed to the state level.  Congratulations!

Congratulations to C Ronald Khan!

January 8, 2017

Recently C Ronald “Ronnie” Khan, Seneca c/o 1961 was honored in Jerusalem, Israel by Israeli President Reuven Rivlin. He received the prestigious Wolf Prize in Medicine. After graduating from Seneca in ’61, Mr. Khan went to the University of Louisville, completing his undergraduate degree in 1964, his M.D. in 1968, and a Graduate Arts and Sciences degree in 1983.

Mr. Khan and other Wolf Prize Recipients

Information gathered from UofL Alumni Magazine, Fall 2016 issue.

Urban Ag Highlighted

December 31, 2016

The Urban Agriculture program and FFA at Seneca have made great strides in recent years.  With the upcoming development of new facilities to expand this program it is always nice to get some good press.  Farm Credit recently highlighted Seneca High Schools Urban Ag program.  Read about it here.  Some Seneca FFA members are also mentioned in an article from

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