Class and LINK Meetings

  • Juniors and Seniors (Photo Schedule for 9/20)

    If you are a running start student and don't have a SAS class, you have two options for joining the junior and senior class meeting 9/21.

    1. If you are ON campus, see if you can stay in your 2nd period class for the meeting.  We don't have enough band width for EVERYONE to watch separately.

    2. If you are OFF campus, you can join the webinar with this code:

    Hi there,

    You are invited to a Zoom webinar.
    When: Sep 21, 2021 09:30 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
    Topic: 11/12 SW HOCO Information

    Please click the link below to join the webinar:
    Passcode: 033764


    Freshmen and Sophomores

    If you missed the class meeting, check in with your class advisor or one of the class officers, OR review the information on these slides.


    LINK Meetings

    If you can't remember where you should go on LINK days, find your name on this spreadsheet and report to that room.



      Counseling Resources


    Puget Sound Educational Service District Student Board Rep Information - Due March 24


     Fight Song and Alma Mater (lyrics) 

    Shorewood Fight Song Music


    What is ASB?

    ASB stands for Associated Student Body.  The purpose of ASB is to work with Shorewood’s staff, administration and students to ensure a high quality of student life. ASB coordinates a large number of school functions, activities, and programs, most notably the Homecoming celebration every October. In addition, ASB has influence over funding for these activities.

    Who is a member of Shorewood’s Associated Student Body?

    In one word, you. All  1600+ Shorewood students are members of ASB. In addition, students who pay the ASB fee during registration at the beginning of the year receive a special emblem on their Shorewood student IDs which allows for personal discounts and savings on a huge number of Shorewood activities – plays, sporting events, dances, and more.

    Student Government
    The ASB Leadership Team forms the student government. Elections are held in the spring of every year to elect incoming class officers, consisting of 5 ASB officers, 5 senior class officers, and senators for the junior, sophomore, and freshman classes. The number of senators is based on class size. Students may also apply to the ASB Advisor to be a Special Assignment.

    How can I get involved in ASB?

    You can be involved in a wide variety of ways from participating in an ASB sponsored event, to starting a club, or even running for office.