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  • Join Shoreline Schools for Black Voices: A Community Opportunity on Feb. 3-7, 2020

    In recognition of Black History Month, you are invited to join Shoreline Public Schools and the City of Shoreline in our inaugural Black Voices: A Community Opportunity on February 3-7, 2020. This week of community evening events seeks to center Black voices, as well as celebrate and affirm our Black students and their families.

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  • Video: Get to Know the Shoreline Central Kitchen

    Planning and cooking meals for friends and family during the holidays can be tough, but imagine having to make meals for over 4,000 guests. That's exactly what our food and nutrition services staff do every day during the school year and summer meal programs!

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  • Parkwood Elementary Dedication Ceremony

    Parkwood Elementary opened their doors to the community and celebrated their new school’s dedication on November 19. The new Parkwood Elementary features a bright and open two-story design. Its 64,800 square feet of space is home to classrooms and flexible learning spaces designed to support diverse learning experiences, styles and needs.

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  • Shorewood Girls Soccer Named Academic State Champions

    Shorewood Girls Soccer has been named the 3A Girls Soccer Academic State Champions by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association. The team maintained an incredible 3.87 grade point average this season.

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  • Shorewood Drama Presents: One Man, Two Guvnors

    One Man, Two Guvnors is a fast-paced, hilarious farce that follows the mixed fortunes of Francis Henshall. Down on his luck and permanently hungry, Francis suddenly finds himself employed by two bosses. One, a gangster, and the other, a criminal in hiding. Both of whom are linked in a web of schemes, extortions and romantic associations. To prevent discovery, Francis must do everything he can to keep his two guvnors apart.

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  • November is Native American Heritage Month

    Join Shoreline Public Schools in recognizing and honoring Native American Heritage Month throughout the month of November! Native American Heritage Month offers us the opportunity to celebrate Native/Indigenous people, history, culture, traditions and contributions to society.

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  • Shorecrest Drama Presents: Be More Chill

    Shorecrest Drama is excited to present Be More Chill—a fresh, hilarious sci-fi musical comedy about finding out who you are and where you belong.Be More Chill will run from Thursday, November 14, through Sunday, November 17, and again the following weekend, Thursday, November 21 through Sunday, November 24.

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  • King County Fentanyl Warning

    This article includes important information from King County Public Health about the rise of fentanyl overdoses throughout the county involving teens and how you can help prevent them.

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  • Two Shorecrest Seniors Recognized by College Board's National Hispanic Recognition Program

    The College Board recently announced Shorecrest seniors Enrique Garcia and Edward Noriega scored in the top 2.5 percent of Hispanic students in our region who took the PSAT and have achieved Scholar status in the College Board’s National Hispanic Recognition Program.

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  • Elementary Conference Days and Release Times

    Release times for the fall and spring elementary conference weeks have been set. 

    Fall Elementary Conferences
    Monday-Friday, November 4-8 will be Half Day Early Releases

    Spring Elementary Conferences
    Monday-Friday, March 2-6 will be Half Day Early Releases

    You can find Half Day Release bell times HERE.

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