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  • September 19, 2018 

    Attention all students. There will be times when our 200 unit boys restroom is not available. If you come to the 200 unit boys restroom and see a sign out front and the door closed, please use the restroom in our 300 unit or the Activity Center instead. Thanks!


    7th graders running for Class Senator!  Please don’t forget that ALL paperwork is due to Ms. Berry Wednesday Sept 19 at the end of the school day.  Everything must be turned in in order to run. You can turn it in to the main office or to Ms. Berry’s office.  Thanks!


    Friday Night at the Shoreline Stadium is the Shorecrest vs Shorewood football game starting at 7:00 pm.

    Please wear Green and yellow to support Shorecrest

    Entrance fee is as follows:

    Kellogg students WITH AN ADULT, are $4.00, w/out an adult, $6.00/



    8th graders: In case you haven’t heard, your counselor may have changed. This year, if your last name begins with A through J, Ms Hopfe is your counselor. If your last name begins with K through Z, Ms Hurtado is your counselor.  On days when your counselor is not here you can always go see the other counselor.


    From the Library:

    We will be having Guys Read and Girls Read Book Clubs again this year. Guys meet on Wednesdays and Girls meet on Mondays during tutorial in the library. For those of you who are new,  this is an extremely popular club. Students can sign up in the library on clipboards located on the counter. We will start on September 24th for Girls and September 26th for Guys. Mrs. Norton will head the Girls Read and Mrs. Good will head up the Guys Read. Come talk to your librarians for more information. See you there!


    Students- It's time for the national PTA Reflections project. This year’s theme is Heroes Around Me. Entries can be made in Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography and Visual Arts. Submissions are due Wed. Sept 26th to the main office. We look forward to your submissions and please see Mrs. Hiatt if you have any questions.


    Attention all 7th Graders,  Did you miss out on getting your graduation year sweatshirt that reads “Property of 2024”? We have order forms in the main office.  


    From the Nurse:

    Want to know a quick and easy way to avoid getting sick this fall?  Avoid touching your face, mouth, eyes and nose with unwashed hands! It’s easier said than done though.  ALWAYS wash your hands after using the bathroom. Try washing your hands with soap and water before eating lunch.  Consider bringing a small personal bottle of hand sanitizer and apply it to your hands at the beginning of each class period.  One last thing, if you are sick...please stay at home!


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  • Students Rights and Responsibilities

    It is important each year that school staff take time to communicate what we expect from our students while they are at school. We do this formally in two ways, and less formally on a regular basis throughout the year. On the third day of school, August 31st, teachers shared a series of powerpoint presentation with students. Each power point presentation outlines important information about a school-wide expectation or about how things work at school. In addition, on September 6th and 7th, principals and security visited each math class to review some of our other expectations that we expect from students. We call this our Student Rights and Responsibilities presentation. All students who were present at school on these days got to see this presentation, which is attached below. As always, if you have questions, please do not hesitate to reach out. The main office number is (206) 393-4783. 

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