• Return to school information

    We are excited to reopen for full-time in-person learning this fall! In this section, you will find information related to resuming full-time in-person learning for all students this fall and information on remote learning options available to you. These pages are listed to the left if viewing on a computer screen or by tapping the pages button above if viewing on a mobile device.

    Students who finished the year in our hybrid in-person or remote learning programs are automatically enrolled to attend in-person this fall.

    Due to staffing and financial considerations, Shoreline Schools will not offer our own remote learning program, but any Shoreline student in grades K-8 is eligible to register for our Home Education Exchange, and any student in grades K-12 can register for a remote learning program run by other school districts or entities approved by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. You can find a list of approved online learning programs here or in the page directory.

    If you are new to Shoreline Schools, you can find student registration information here. Registration submitted over the summer will be processed when school offices reopen on August 16.

    Children enrolling in grades P-5 must reside within the school district boundaries to register. Out-of-district transfers for grades P-5 are not accepted at this time. Children in grades 6-12 who reside outside the district can apply to attend Shoreline Schools by completing a "Choice Transfer Request" with their home school district.

    COVID-19 vaccinations are not currently required by the Department of Health to attend school.

    Shoreline Schools will adhere to all local, state and federal health and safety requirements. COVID-19 health and safety plans for fall reopening will be posted to this section later this summer.


    For the 2021-2022 school year, the federal government has funded a TEMPORARY program that will allow school districts to serve FREE breakfast and lunch to all K-12 enrolled students regardless of household income. Although meals will be free for all K-12 students, families are still encouraged to apply for free and reduced benefits (there are other discounts, scholarships, and fee waivers available at school and in the community tied to the approval of this application). Applications will be available in mid-August. 

    Meal service during the 2021-2022 school year might look different than it has in the past in order to comply with Public Health, CDC, and USDA guidance; our goal is to provide a safe and nutritious breakfast and lunch to students who wish to eat with us. How meals are packaged, how or where meals are served, and the number of entrée choices may vary as we strive to comply with recommendations and mandates to keep students and staff safe.