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  • Early Release Wednesdays

    Beginning on September 12 there will be a 100-minute early release on Wednesdays when there are five days of school in the week. There will not be early release during weeks when there are not five days of school, such as weeks with holidays or other non-student days.

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  • Elementary Conference Days Have Been Set

    Elementary (K-6) parent/teacher conference dates have been tentatively agreed to. Conference days will be half-day releases days for grades K-6 on October 9, 11 and 12; and on March 4, 5, 7 and 8.

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  • Attendance is the Key to Success

    Numerous studies have shown that good attendance is essential to academic success. Shoreline Public Schools is joining a nationwide effort to raise awareness about the value of regular school attendance and focus on reducing chronic absenteeism in the new school year.

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  • Groundbreaking for the new Parkwood Elementary School on Monday, August 20 at 4:30 pm

    Shoreline Public Schools invites the community to attend a special groundbreaking ceremony to commemorate the beginning of construction on the new Parkwood Elementary School on Monday, August 20 at 4:30 pm. The event will be held at 1815 N. 155th St., Shoreline.

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  • Register for the Shoreline Back to School Supplies Event

    The Shoreline Back To School event provides school supplies, haircuts, and clothing assistance to Shoreline Public Schools families with low incomes and/or circumstances that make it challenging to provide their children with needed school supplies or clothes. This year's event will be held from 12:30 to 4 p.m. Saturday, August 25, 2018 at Ridgecrest Elementary School.

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  • Shoreline Schools to Host Free Summer Meals Program

    This summer, Shoreline Public Schools will host a FREE summer meal program children 18 and younger. The program is expanding to three sites this year. Lunch will be available at all three locations, but breakfast will be available at only Meridian Park Elementary.

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  • Shorewood High School Class of 1978 Reunion on Sept. 21-22

    The Shorewood High School Class of 1978 will celebrate their 40th Class Reunion of September 21-22, 2018. Class alumni and faculty are encouraged to contact the reunion committee at shorewood.40.year.reunion@gmail.com

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  • Meridian Park Students Save and Collect Over 2,500 lbs of Food for Local Food Bank

    A small group of students at Meridian Park Elementary showed you don’t have to be big in numbers to be big in impact. The group of 6th graders and one supportive family helped save over 2,500 pounds of packaged and unused food, milk and juice from being thrown away in their cafeteria this past school year and donated it to Hopelink’s food bank program.

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  • Echo Lake Robotics Club Ranks High in International Competition

    When Echo Lake Elementary 4th grade teacher Shari Wennik started an after-school robotics and coding club this year, she probably didn’t imagine they would place in the top two percent of teams competing in a global robotics competition, but that is exactly what they did.

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  • Shorecrest Students Receive Honors at BioExpo

    Thirty-four Shorecrest High School students participated in the 18th Annual Northwest Association of Biomedical Research (NWABR) Student Bio Expo on May 18 at Shoreline Community College.

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Announcements

  • School Safety and Emergency Preparedness

    We want to take a moment to remind our families and community members of our Emergency Preparedness Program. Our staff and students regularly train and drill for a variety of emergency situations, including active shooter events.

     

    You can review the 2017-2018 Emergency Preparedness Program plan overview HERE. You can also learn more about the Run, Hide, Fight protocols that staff and students are trained in HERE.

     

    We always encourage students, staff and community members to let us know if they hear or see something that seems threatening, out of the ordinary or gives them a sense of unease. Anyone can anonymously send us safety tips via email, text message, phone call or online through our SafeSchools Alert Tip Line

     

    If you have any questions about emergency preparedness in our schools, please don't hesitate to contact your school's principal or Safety and Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Chuck Goodwin at chuck.goodwin@shorelineschools.org or 206-393-4237.

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  • Learn More About Our Instructional Strategic Plan

    Did you know Shoreline Public Schools recently developed and adopted a multi-year Instructional Strategic Plan? Learn more about the plan and its development HERE

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