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Bordeaux Elementary School
350 University Street
Shelton, Washington 98584
Office Phone: 360 426-3253

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  • Bordeaux Veteran's Day
    Honor Color Guard from JBLM ate lunch with the kids, spent time on the playground during recess, and signed autographs before the Veteran's Day assembly.
  • Bordeaux Elementary 12th Man
    Students and staff are showing their Seahawk colors and pride before the big game.
  • Johnny Appleseed
    Bordeaux second grade students act out Johnny Appleseed from the book they read.
  • Bordeaux Veteran's Day
    Honor Color Guard from JBLM ate lunch with the kids, spent time on the playground during recess, and signed autographs before the Veteran's Day assembly.
  • Bordeaux Catapults
    The 5th grade students at Bordeaux Elementary built and tested catapults in their recent science/simple machines unit.
Upcoming Events
Friday, March 6
    Staff Training Day
No School for Students
    Sp Serv Staff Training
Time: 8:00 AM
Location: SHS Sub (building 1000)
Monday, March 9
    CPI Parent training 2015
Time: 4:00 PM
Location: Evergreen Library
Friday, March 13
    Early Release Day
Students released 1 and a half hours early

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Featured News

School Calendar Set for 2015-16 School Year
(Date Posted 2/25/2015)
School Calendar Graphic

The school board adopted the 2015-2016 school calendar at their meeting on February 24th.  You can view the new calendar and other calendars at the following web locations:




Training Offered for Families of Special Needs Students
(Date Posted 2/19/2015)
Nonviolent crisis intervention - a CPI specialized offering

Parent and Guardians of Special Needs student(s) are invited to participate in Sharing Strategies a Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program on Monday, March 9, 2015 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Evergreen Elementary library. Evergreen Elementary is located at 900 W Franklin St. Registration is required for this event, space is limited. For more information about Sharing Strategies and/or to register for this event call Special Services at 360-426-2151.



“A Really Big Shoe” Benefit Concert of Homeless and Needy Students
(Date Posted 1/23/2015)
Entertainment Explosion is presenting their 9th Annual “A Really Big Shoe 9” concert on Sunday, March 8, 2015, at 2:00 p.m. at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts in Olympia.  Tickets range from $10-$20, depending on seating.  The theme this year is “Rockin’ to the Jukebox – 1950-1985.”  The concert benefits homeless and needy kids in eight school districts in the South Sound.  For more information and to buy tickets, visit their website:  http://entertainmentexplosion.org

Educational Funding and the 2015 Legislative Session
(Date Posted 1/13/2015)
Randy Dorn discussing education funding
The 2015 Legislative Session could be one of the most challenging in decades. The reason is education funding.
The Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction has created materials (including a short video) that explain the basics of education funding and the State Supreme Court case McCleary v. State of Washington: http://www.k12.wa.us/LegisGov/Session2015.aspx. If you have any questions or comments about the documents, please email commteam@k12.wa.us.

Graduation Requirements
(Date Posted 12/3/2014)
Image of Graduation Cap and Diploma

In 2006, the Legislature directed the Washington State Board of Education (SBE) to revise the definition of the purpose and expectations of a public high school diploma. In 2010, after extensive committee work, stakeholder input, and research the SBE adopted the 24-credit Career and College Ready Graduation Requirements. These new graduation requirements will take effect for the graduating class of 2019 (the 9th grade class entering in the fall of 2015).

The 24-credit framework was designed to be both rigorous and flexible. The pathway for most students will keep all postsecondary options open, including meeting the college admission requirements for entry into a public four-year institution or pursuing a program of study in a two-year institution or apprenticeship. The framework is also flexible enough to accommodate a program of study leading to a professional or technical certificate or degree through a skills center or Career and Technical Education program, or military service.

For Shelton students, the new requirements will represent an increase in total credits required for graduation from 22 to 24. In addition, there will be an increase in credits required in several core areas including science and the arts. For students planning to attend a 4-year college, 2 credits of world language will also be required. There will be new flexibility in some areas (e.g., the third year of high school math is currently algebra 2 or an approved alternative – the third year of math will become a math credit that complements the individual student’s personalized coursework pathway).

The Shelton School District Board of Directors, in collaboration with the interim superintendent and staff from the buildings, is currently studying the new graduation requirements and will be holding public meetings as they work on updating the district policy and procedures to align to the new state requirements. A draft policy is expected in February, 2015.



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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 procedures can be found on this website under Board Policy #3210 (students) and #5010 (employees).
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