Shelton's What's New

What's New

Please help us welcome our newest board member!
Please help us welcome our newest board member!
05/27/2020
Lynn Eaton is a lifetime resident of Mason County and a Shelton High School alumni. She currently works as the Communications and Government Relations Manager for Mason PUD 3 and has a bachelor's degree in Organizational Leadership.
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We are looking for community members, staff, students, and parents to join our Re-Opening of Schools Sub-Committees
05/22/2020
Dear Staff and Community Leaders: I hope this letter finds you safe and in good health. I would like to invite you as staff and community leaders to participate on a sub-committee that will begin the important process to prepare for the re-opening of our schools, whenever that may be.
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Student taking part in their PEI experience at Bayshore Preserve.
Students & teachers take part in an award winning book
05/18/2020
Since the fall of 2014, the Shelton School District has been developing an outdoor education program for grades K-9 with the support of the Pacific Education Institute. As a science teacher for the district, Wendy Boles has had the opportunity to be involved with the development of the programs at several grade levels.
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Please join us for the May 26 board meeting
Please join us for the May 26th board meeting
05/14/2020
The Shelton School District Native American community is invited to hear about the District’s Indian Education grant application for the 2020-2021 school year. The information will be presented at the May 26 virtual School Board meeting. We value your participation and feedback.
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Please help us welcome Mr. Kipper to Shelton School District!
Please help us welcome Mr. Kipper to Shelton School District!
05/13/2020
Last night, the school board approved the hiring of Bruce Kipper as the new Principal of Shelton High School, beginning July 1, 2020. Mr. Kipper and has had a 32+ year career in education.
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Apply for Cedar High School TODAY!
Apply to Cedar High School TODAY!
05/13/2020
In case you have not heard, the Shelton School District has been hard at work preparing to open a new high school for the 20/21 school year. Last night, the school board approved the name of the new high school. A lot of consideration and research was spent in the naming the school. After many meetings with staff and students and multiple surveys being sent out to students, staff, families, and community members, we are very excited to announce the name of the new school - Cedar High School!
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Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!
05/04/2020
We have so many incredible teachers in the Shelton School District that we are grateful for. Even though we can't be together to celebrate, we thank you for your hard work and dedication.
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We are now accepting applications for both the new high school and CHOICE Learning Alternatives for the 20/21 school year!
We are now accepting applications for both the new high school and CHOICE!
05/01/2020
We are now accepting applications for both the new high school and CHOICE Learning Alternatives for the 20/21 school year!
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The Shelton School District is saddened, and we want to do everything we can to support our Seniors during this time.  As a public school district, we have to comply with State directives.  We must follow those to ensure the safety of our students, staff and community.  Our Governor has put in place a stay at home order asking us to avoid going out unless there is an essential task such as grocery shopping, going to the doctor, picking up school work, etc.  As a School District, we cannot encourage anyone to gather or leave their home at this time.  It is difficult for all of us to avoid coming together and celebrating so many things in our school community, but we must continue to stay the course to ensure safety for all.  Thank you for your understanding.  Alex P. Apostle Superintendent
Ensuring Student Safety
04/25/2020
The Shelton School District is saddened, and we want to do everything we can to support our Seniors during this time. As a public school district, we have to comply with State directives. We must follow those to ensure the safety of our students, staff and community. Our Governor has put in place a stay at home order asking us to avoid going out unless there is an essential task such as grocery shopping, going to the doctor, picking up school work, etc. As a School District, we cannot encourage anyone to gather or leave their home at this time. It is difficult for all of us to avoid coming together and celebrating so many things in our school community, but we must continue to stay the course to ensure safety for all. Thank you for your understanding. Alex P. Apostle Superintendent
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In the last 30 days, the Shelton School District has made a complete 180-degree transformation and it is important to take a step back and take a look at where we were, and the journey we have been on to get to where we are today.
SSD's journey to distance-learning
04/21/2020
In the last 30 days, the Shelton School District has made a complete 180-degree transformation and it is important to take a step back and take a look at where we were, and the journey we have been on to get to where we are today.
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June 19th is the last day of school
June 19th is the last day of school
04/20/2020
Please be advised that the last day of school is now June 19, 2020 for the 19/20 school year.
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Take a look at the bond construction progress
Take a look at the bond construction progress
04/16/2020
Although schools are closed, our crews have been working hard while practicing social distancing to make sure the bond construction projects are moving along and will be completed on time.
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School board meetings will now be streamed live via YouTube
School board meetings will now be streamed live via YouTube
04/10/2020
School board meetings will now be streamed live via YouTube every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month at 6:00 PM. Community members may make comments by sending an email to SchoolBoard@sheltonschools.org. Comments will be read at the beginning of the meeting, and another opportunity will be given at the end of the meetings as if the meeting was in person. Please check back here for a link to the live stream.
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News from the School Nurse
News from the School Nurse
04/03/2020
As we continue to navigate what school and health look like in these uncertain times, your district School Nurses wanted to make sure everyone knows that we are here and available for questions and concerns. We are available during regular school hours and our contact information is listed below.
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Resources for Families
Resources for Families
03/30/2020
Check out our website for a list of resources compiled by our counselors to help families during the coronavirus outbreak.
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All facilities and grounds are closed to use by the public, District staff, and students through April 24, 2020
All facilities and grounds are closed to use by the public, District staff, and students through April 24, 2020
03/23/2020
All Shelton School District facilities and grounds are closed to use by the public, District staff, and students through April 24, 2020. Stadiums, fields, sport courts, parking lots, outdoor plazas, tracks, as well as all buildings are closed to everyone. This includes key holders. This is done for public safety and to help prevent transmission of the coronavirus. Please stay away from District Facilities or congregating in public spaces with others. Grab & Go breakfast and lunch programs will still continue at Shelton High School, Olympic Middle School, Evergreen Elementary and Bordeaux Elementary from 9 AM - noon, Monday-Friday and are unaffected by closures. Also, childcare for healthcare providers and first responders will continue at Mountain View Elementary, Monday-Friday. The District also will be providing Chromebook pickup to students starting March 30th. We thank you for doing your part to stay away from District facilities during the current closure. The physical health of our community is depending on us all to do our part.
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Free Meals - Update
Free Meals - Update
03/17/2020
Starting on Wednesday, March 18, Bordeaux Elementary School, Evergreen Elementary School, and Olympic Middle School will ALSO be serving FREE breakfast and lunch to students and community members who are 18 years and younger in a ‘grab and go’ manner from 9 a.m-noon, Monday-Friday.
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All Schools Closed Starting Monday, March 16th
All Schools Closed Starting Monday, March 16th
03/13/2020
UPDATE: Following Governor Inslee’s order, announced during his 1:30 p.m. press conference, Shelton School District will be closed starting Monday, March 16 through at least Friday, April 24, 2020.
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Coronavirus Updates & Resources
Coronavirus Updates & Resources
03/05/2020
The situation with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to change rapidly. We are committed to keeping you informed as we learn more about this illness and its impact on our schools and community. Shelton School District administration is coordinating with the Mason County Public Health Department on a regular basis to receive the most up-to-date information to best keep our schools safe.
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