Shorewood High School Daily Bulletin
Monday, March 27, 2017 ”A” Day
A Day Schedule
P. 1 7:50-8:40
P. 2 8:50-9:40
P. 5 12:45-1:35
P. 3 10:00-10:50
P. 6 1:45-2:35
P. 4 11:10-12:00
We have an altered schedule on Friday, March 31, 2017, for the Spring Pep Assembly:
Pep Assembly Schedule
March 31, 2017
Class 1/ 2 7:50-9:20
Class 3 / 4 10:45-12:15
Class 5 / 6 1:05-2:35
Spirit Week! Dress up to celebrate Spirit Week at Shorewood. Come to the Commons during lunch and spin the wheel for a chance to win a prize IF you are dressed for the day!
Monday – Jersey Day
Tuesday – Why Do I Own THIS?
Wednesday – We Wear PINK!
Thursday – Decades Day
Friday – SW Pride
Senior Prom Guest Passes: Shorewood’s Senior Prom will be held on Saturday, June 3, from 9:00-12:00 p.m. at the Inglewood Country Club. It’s never too early to apply for a guest pass if you intend to bring a date from another school! Guest pass applications are available now and are located outside the ASB Office and the Business Office. Remember - the deadline to turn in the guest pass application is Friday, May 26th and only 95 guests can get into the dance! (Sherry)
Last chance to purchase a 2016-2017 yearbook! The Shorewood yearbook, Horizon, will be on sale for the last time beginning Monday, May 15 until May 31. Quantities are limited and the yearbook may sell out before the sales period is up. Don’t delay! Purchase your yearbook in the Business Office or online for $70 with ASB/$75 without. (Gade)
Spring Play: They’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky. Yes, they’re the Addams Family coming to life in a new macabre musical comedy, The Addams Family, created by the authors of "The Jersey Boys" and the composer and lyricist of "Big Fish." Join Gomez and Morticia Addams and the rest of the family for a comically morbid gathering when daughter Wednesday brings home her “normal” boyfriend and his uptight parents. Everything will change for this family and you’re invited to the party. Come in, we’ll leave the lights off for you! Shorewood High School Theater Performances: Thursday - Saturday, March 30, 31, April 1,6,7,8 at 7:00 p.m. Sunday matinees, April 2 and 9 at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are available at the Shorewood Business Office for cash or check and online at Brown Paper Tickets, $5.00 in advance from Brown Paper Tickets and $10.00 at the door. http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2897577
HOPE Club Recycling
Giesy / 2205
Black Student Union Leadership
Swanson / 3508
Live Video Production Club
Ballew / 2204
Robotics Club – all members
Proudlove / Auto Shop
Kotwis / 3405
Life Savers (Suicide Prevention)
Hoener / 3504
Internship and Summer Opportunities Posted: New events and opportunities are listed a few times a week. Please see the Camps, Internships, and Other Opportunities page. Scroll down for summer opportunities on that page. A few highlights:
- Aviation Academy 4/24 - 5/20
- UW Summer Health Professions Education Program 6/18-7/29
- Seattle U Summer Business Institute 6/25-6/29
- Washington Business Week Healthcare/ Business Programs (various dates)
- Seattle Children’s Nurse Camp June 27-29
- UW Materials Camp July 10-15
- UW Nurse Camp July 17-21
Various internships: Dunn Gardens, Port of Seattle, Seattle City Light.
STEM 4 Her Series: This amazing annual series for Shorewood women returns in 2017! The last date is April 4. Each date will feature a woman from a different STEM field who will talk about her experiences and answer questions from students. This is both a career and college exploration series. Topics will be announced soon; check stem4her.weebly.com for updates. Sessions will be held in the Career Center during SAS, and students must sign up in advance since there is a limit of 40 students per session. Priority will be given to women in grades 11 and 12. Women in 9th and 10th grades are encouraged to sign up, but may be put on a waiting list if capacity is reached.
March 30: Students of Color Career Conference at Everett Community College: The 2017 Students of Color Career Conference, an all-day field trip, will educate and inform students about various career options and encourage them to think & dream big. Signups will begin in February.
Portuguese through STEM: A project based learning for high school students. Earn up to 6 university credits for participation. Both online and on campus classes offered. The summer program "PORTUGUESE through STEM and Project-Based Learning" is designed for high school students who can speak either Spanish and/or Portuguese. We will have two sessions, one on-line (June 17 to July 15, 2017) and a face-to-face session on the UW Seattle campus (Jul 16 to Aug 15, 2017).
SAT Test Date
ACT Test Date
Athletics The most current athletic schedules are available at www.wescoathletics.com
Golf Boys vs. Edmonds-Woodway
Nile Golf Course
Tennis Girls Varsity vs. Snohomish
Tennis Girls JV vs. Snohomish
Softball Girls Varsity vs. MtLake Terrace
MtLake Terrace HS
Softball Girls JV vs. MtLake Terrace