Project AWARE Update
(Date Posted 1/20/2016)
Project AWARE is in the 2nd year of the 5 year grant. We will soon be surveying students, families, and staff with the annual School Climate Survey.
Sarah Ellsworth The Shelton School District Project AWARE lead was recently featured in a NPR story "To Prevent Addiction in Adults, Help Teens Learn How to Cope."
Project AWARE brings together students, parents, educators, mental health providers, local law enforcement and juvenile justice agencies, as well as other community-based organizations, to talk about mental health promotion, school climate and violence prevention. The Shelton School District and its partners are working to create a safe school environment that provides mental health services to students in need, addresses violence prevention, and establishes safe school policies.
For more information regarding Project AWARE visit the Shelton SD Project AWARE website. The site is updated with newsletters and upcoming events.
February Staff Open Forum
(Date Posted 2/9/2016)
The next Staff Open Forum will be Thursday, February 18th from 4 - 5 pm in the Evergreen Library.
February Community Open Forum
(Date Posted 2/9/2016)
The next Community Open Forum will be Thursday, February 25th from 7 - 8 pm in the Evergreen Gym.
Employment Opportunity: Mountain View Elementary Principal
(Date Posted 1/21/2016)
The Shelton School District is seeking applicants for school principal of Mt. View Elementary School. The primary responsibility of the principal is to develop, administer and direct all instructional and pupil services within the school and provide effective communications with the students, families and staff of Mt. View Elementary, as well as with the citizens of Shelton, to provide the best learning environment possible.
Qualifications/Experience include: Recent, successful administrative experience, preferably in an elementary school setting. Five years of successful, elementary level teaching experience. Demonstrated managerial skills. Demonstrated leadership including education reform, restructuring, and assessment. Demonstrated skills in staff supervision, human relations, technology, and fiscal management. Long-range planning abilities. Eligible for Washington State principal’s credentials.
Please refer to the job description below for more information.
Salary Range: $96,651 to $103,966 annual salary
Closing Date: 2/14/2016
Links for additional information
District Information: http://sheltonjobs.hrmplus.net/Portals/0/benefits/Shelton_LearnAboutUs.pdf
Job Description: http://sheltonjobs.hrmplus.net/Portals/0/postings/Mt%20View%20Princ%20JD-Brochure%201-16.pdf
Start the application process at: https://www.sheltonschools.org/Departments/HumanResources