Sept 17 – 20, 2019
Schedule at a Glance
- Ceramics Club meets in Room T110
- Robotics Club and TSA work time meets in Room 180
A Day (Early Release)
- Art Club meets in Room T113
- Bible Study Club meets in Room 250
- Environmental Club meets in Room 327
- Black Student Union meets in Room 327
- Chess Club meets in Room 169
- Philosophy Club meets in Room 351
- TSA general meeting in Room 180
- Virtual Reality (VR) Club meets in Room T110
- TSA work time meets in Room 180
- Girls Who Code meets in Room 209
- Key Club meets in Room 341
- Latino Club meets in Room 303
- Newspaper Club meets in Room 187
- Virtual Reality (VR) Club meets in Room T110
SCOTS, if you are a running start student or traveling to Shorewood or Kellogg for a class as part of your Shorecrest schedule you must stop by to see Ms. Denny at the ASB window and get an off campus sticker for your ID card. We will start checking on Monday, September 23.
Juniors, are you interested in SAT prep? There will be a class at Shorecrest starting Sept. 30. Sign up at www.satprep.org
Deadline: October 18, 2019
Deadline: October 25, 2019
Senior Tributes (Ads)
Deadline: January 17, 2020
Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seniors - College Kickoff week starts next Tuesday. Admissions reps will be at Shorecrest, Tuesday night, Sept. 24, to talk about writing your college application personal statement. Come hear what they do and don't like these essays. It starts at 6 p.m. in the library. This AVID fundraiser costs $15. You can pay Ms. Denney in the Commons or pay at the door that night. $15 covers you and your parents. If you want fee assistance, see your counselor. For these and even more details, check out the k12 email from Ms. Monson.
Student drop off and pick up: to pick up or drop off your student please use the north parking lot (driveway is located behind, north of, the theater). Follow the signs to loop around the lot and pick up your student along the curb outside the building. Please do not drop off or pick up your student in the front parking lot of the main building for student safety and for the ease of our buses who rely on this area being open. Buses are traveling throughout the school day to provide transportation to and from Shorewood so these bus lanes need to remain open at all times during school hours.
Join Our Hip Hop Team! Auditions are OCTOBER 15, 16, 17 from 5-8pm in the Fitness Room! No experience necessary. Come to a student informational meeting on Sept 24 @ Lunch in the fitness room and a Parent/Student info Meeting on Sept 30 from 7-8pm in the gym. SC Athletic Packet Required pick one up in the main office! Contact email@example.com for details. Flyer: https://tinyurl.com/19HIPHOPaudition
September is Attendance Awareness Month! You can help by encouraging your students to start off the school year with a focus on being in school on time, every day. If at all possible, please assist us in guarding instructional time by scheduling appointments and trips outside of school hours. Please contact the attendance office directly to excuse an absence or schedule an early release email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the attendance line directly at (206) 393-4294. The full attendance policy can be found on the Shorecrest website https://www.shorelineschools.org/domain/535
A reminder to students about the “no bags” policy at the stadium. The policy is NO BAGS period, even small bags are not allowed. In addition, no outside beverages including water bottles will be allowed. So, please join us at 7:00 PM Friday at the Shoreline Stadium to watch the Scots take on Edmonds-Woodway and please, leave your bags and your water bottles/beverages at home.
Homecoming is coming and the expenses add up! Take a load off your wallet and come check out the formal dress swap at the Shoreline Center to find a great selection of formal wear for guys and girls and gender neutral. If you have an outfit or a dress that you won’t be wearing again, please bring it. If you need something to wear this year, please take it! No need to have a donation in order to take advantage. Volunteers will be on hand to assist you in your shopping and light refreshments will be served. You will see the pop up shop at the Shoreline Center across the parking lot from the Shoreline A/B soccer fields on Saturday, September 28 from noon-4:00 PM. All are welcome. See you there!
Shorecrest PTSA is seeking fundraising support for 2020 Senior Spree. Senior parents/guardians, please consider signing up to help sell concessions at the home football games! We need you to make it happen for all of our seniors! Thank you for your support! https://signup.com/go/tcJNYJz
“Dublin Dollars” is raising money to help pay for our band, pipers, flags, cheer, and Highland Dancers to go to Dublin, Ireland and march in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade! We’re currently promoting three fundraisers:
1) Charleston Wrapping Paper Drive
With the holidays coming up, everybody needs more wrapping paper and gift ideas. All Ireland bound students are currently selling items from the Charleston catalog. If you purchase items from one of our students, Dublin Dollars gets a percentage of the sale. From now until October 4
2) MOD Dining Dollars
Eat at MOD Pizza at the Towne Center and help raise money for Dublin Dollars. It couldn’t be easier than that! BE SURE TO MENTION “DUBLIN DOLLARS” when you order! All day Monday, September 23. https://www.groupraise.com/events/105095-dublin-dollars-at-mod-pizza
3) 5th Annual Mattress Sale
Come get a better night’s sleep AND support our Ireland-bound kids with our 5th ANNUAL mattress fundraiser! We carry quality name brands like Simmons Beautyrest and Restonic Mattress. With HUGE savings off retail! This is ONE DAY ONLY, so we need your help to SPREAD THE WORD by inviting all of your family and friends! Profits go directly to Dublin Dollars! Sunday, October 6 10am-5pm in the Shorecrest Gym http://bit.ly/Beds4Shorecrest5
FOSCKO (Friends of Shorecrest and Kellogg Orchestras) is organizing a Goodwill Fill the Truck event to benefit the Shoreline Schools Eastside Orchestra programs on September 21 from 2:00 to 5:00 in the Shorecrest south parking lot. The truck will accept clothing, shoes, household items, books, toys sports equipment, etc. They will also accept E-WASTE to recycle such as small electronics, computers and computer components, TVs, and speakers. Goodwill does NOT accept furniture larger than an end table, mattresses or hazardous waste. Let them help you with your fall cleanup!
Please refer to www.wescoathletics.com for the most up-to-date schedule.
Date Day Event Opponent Ed/Bus Start Site 9/17 Tue JV Girls Soccer Arlington 5:00 Shoreline Stadium 9/17 Tue V Girls Soccer Arlington 7:00 Shoreline Stadium 9/17 Tue Girls Swim Mountlake Terrace 3:30 Shoreline Pool 9/17 Tue C Volleyball Arlington 3:45 5:15 Arlington 9/17 Tue JV Volleyball Arlington 3:45 5:15 Arlington 9/17 Tue V Volleyball Arlington 3:45 7:00 Arlington 9/18 Wed JV Boys Tennis Jackson 3:30 Shoreview 9/18 Wed V Boys Tennis Jackson 3:30 Jackson 9/19 Thu Fr Football Edmonds/Woodway 6:00 Shorecrest 9/19 Thu JV Boys Tennis Archbishop Murphy 2:50 3:30 Gateway MS 9/19 Thu V Boys Tennis Archbishop Murphy 3:30 Shoreview 9/19 Thu JV Girls Soccer Oak Harbor 5:00 Shoreline Stadium 9/19 Thu V Girls Soccer Oak Harbor 7:00 Shoreline Stadium 9/19 Thu Girls Swim Meadowdale 3:30 Shoreline Pool 9/19 Thu C Volleyball Oak Harbor 2:20/2:30 5:15 Oak Harbor 9/19 Thu JV Volleyball Oak Harbor 2:20/2:30 5:15 Oak Harbor 9/19 Thu V Volleyball Oak Harbor 2:20/2:30 7:00 Oak Harbor 9/20 Fri V Football Everett 5:45 8:00 Everett Stadium 9/21 Sat Cross Country S. Whidbey Invite 6:45 TBD South Whidbey
Shorecrest Weather Station
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Top Scot, SC Theater, 7:00-9:00 PM
September 25, 2019
September 26, 2019
12:10 PM - 12:45 PM Club Fair, SC Commons, Lunch 12:10 – 12:45 PM
September 27, 2019
7:00 PM Rotary Cup Football Game
September 28, 2019
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Breakfast Club, SC Commons, 9:00 AM -12:00 PM
Shoreline School District is committed to providing a learning community that engages all students regardless of financial barriers. If you need financial assistance to access any district programs, please contact your school's family advocate (elementary) or your student’s counselor (secondary). Shoreline School District is committed to providing a learning community that engages all students regardless of financial barriers.