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The Shelton High School Swimming Pool will be closing for renovations Starting June 25, 2018 and re-opening on August 13​h.  Sorry for the inconvenience.​

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​​​​​​​​​​​​Water Aerobics:  Students $4.00, Adults $4.50, and Seniors $2.50


Summer​:  Monday & Wednesday

11:00am-12:00pm​​


Summer Program 2018.pdf​  

 

T.E.A.M. NEWSLETTER 

            Together Everyone Achieves More                                                      AUGUST  2018

Pool Phone #        426-4240

www.sheltonschools.org/Pool/

SitePages/Homepage.aspx

Instructor           Susan Turner

Luncheon Coordinator  Lynn Curtiss             360- 427-7210

star50fish@comcast.net

Newsletter              Belle Brex

bellebrex@gmail.com  

                         360-868-2429

https://www.sheltonschools.org

for any school closures or delays.

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POOL REOPENING

Is still questionable

but probably not as scheduled for next week

Call pool for further info on water walking or lap swimming

Susan's Schedule for

AUGUST

20th, 22nd, 27th and the 29th

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What are your exercise obstacles?

You already know that physical activity and good health go hand in hand. But if you have a medical condition, aches, pain or a lot of weight to lose, you may be hesitant to get started on a fitness routine. That's understandable. But here's a very personal, worthwhile reason to move more — you deserve to feel good. The trick? Don't think about exercise as a chore. Instead, focus on how good it can make you feel. From there, follow these steps to move more.

 

We already know that physical activity and good health go hand in hand. But if you have a medical condition, aches, pain or a lot of weight to lose, you may be afraid to exercise. Plus, if your physical abilities are limited, you may feel like the little exercise you can do won't do much good — so why bother?

That's understandable. But here's a very personal, worthwhile reason to move more: because you deserve to feel good. Physical activity can help you do just that.

Here's the trick: Don't think about exercise as a chore; instead, focus on how good it can make you feel. From there, take these steps to move more:

*  If you're not physically active or have a medical condition, talk with your doctor first to learn which activities are safe for you.

*  Find a physical activity that you enjoy and can keep up with over time.

*  Get some form of physical activity each day, even if it's only for 10 or 15 minutes.

*  Make it as routine as brushing your teeth. Daily activities — such as household chores and yard work — count!

*  Start small. Park farther from the store or take a walk around the block. Move at a pace that feels right for you.

*  Work toward choosing several types of cardio and muscle-strengthening activities. This will help keep you from getting bored.

*  Aim for 150 minutes of moderate physical activity a week. If you need to, break it into 10-minute chunks.

*  Feel good about the activities you can do rather than focusing on what you can't do.

     No matter what ails you, any physical activity is good for you. It can help you feel better -- physically and emotionally.

AUGUST POTLUCK

August 10 around 12:30/1pm start

 

Pam Casady's

1101 S.E. Somers Dr.,  Shelton     427-5066

From the pool:

South on Highway 101 about 4         1/2 miles to Taylor Town

Left at Taylor Town (Taylor Station)  onto Lynch Road   

                             6  1/2 miles

Right  onto Totten Shores Dr to                

        Stop sign

Left onto Somers Drive     

      about 1/4 mile to top of hill

Driveway on right   

    sign with balloons says 

"1101 VINEY  CASADY"

Some parking down by the house, more at at top of driveway.

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​​The Shelton School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employee has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Linda Arnold, Director of Human Resources. 360-426-1687. 700 S. 1st Street; Shelton, WA 98584. Complaint procedure can be found on this website under Board Policy #3210 (students) and #5010 (employees).