Shorewood High School Athletic Schedule
January 19, 2018
Date Team/Opponent Location Time
Basketball Boys Varsity vs. Lynnwood
Basketball Boys JV vs. Lynnwood
Basketball Boys C Team vs. Lynnwood
Basketball Girls Varsity vs. Lynnwood
Basketball Girls JV vs. Lynnwood
Basketball Girls C Team vs. Lynnwood
Wrestling Boys Varsity vs. Raymond
Shorewood High School Daily Bulletin
Monday, January 22, 2018 “A” Day
A Day Schedule
P. 1 7:50-8:40
P. 2 8:50-9:40
P. 5 12:45-1:35
P. 3 10:00-10:50
P. 6 1:45-2:35
P. 4 11:10-12:00
We have an altered schedule on Thursday and Friday, January 25-26, for semester finals and early release:
E /O Day Exam Schedule
Sem. Exams Early Release
Class 1/ 2 7:50-9:10
Class 5/6 11:10-12:30
Class 3/4 9:30-10:50
Bus Departure 12:40
Attention Shorewood Students: DO NOT PARK IN A HANDICAPPED STALL WITHOUT A STATE ISSUED HANDICAPPED PLACARD! These stalls are now monitored by the Shoreline Police. RCW 46.19.050 states: "It is a parking infraction, with a monetary penalty of two hundred fifty dollars, for any person to park a vehicle in a parking place provided on private property without charge or on public property reserved for persons with physical disabilities without a placard or special license plate issued by the State of Washington. (Sherry)
Honors Chemistry Review: The Honors Chemistry Final Review will be held in the Commons on January 24 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Winter Bash: You’re going to have a BLAST at WINTER BASH! Friday, February 9th in the Commons! Doors open at 8:30 p.m. and close at 10:30 p.m. Dance ends at 11:30 p.m. Guest Pass Applications are available now just outside both the Activities Office window and Business Office window and are due no later than February 2.
Student Clubs 2017-2018
HOPE Club Recycling
Giesy / 2205
Live Video Production Club
Ballew / 2204
Robotics Club – all members
Proudlove / Auto Shop
Kotwis / 3405
Life Savers (Suicide Prevention)
Hoener / 3504
Career Center Area Events
Young Aspiring Men of Color Wednesday January 24 during SAS Shorewood Career Center. This is will be our fourth session this year for Shorewood young men of color to meet with Bronson Edwards. Snacks will be provided!
HBCU Night January 24 6:30 PM Shorewood High School Library
Come and hear about several Historically Black Colleges and Universities from Seattle-area alumni. These young professionals went to HBCUs for various reasons, live and work in the Seattle area, and are eager to share their experiences with our students. We thank them for taking the time to visit Shorewood.
Participants as of 1.17.2018
Dr. Tanisha Brandon-Felder, Shoreline School District Director of Equity and Family Engagement, Graduate of Grambling State University will host the event.
Bronson Edwards, Morehouse College
Jasmine Farrar, North Carolina A & T University
Niambi Kanye, Howard University
Bisoye Olaleye, Prairie View A & M University and North Carolina A & T University
Tobi Shannon, Spelman College
Toni Williams, Grambling State University
This event is brought to you by the Shorewood Black Student Union and the Shorewood College & Career Center. We are publicizing this event in neighboring districts; please invite friends to attend.
HBCU College Visit: Johnson C. Smith University January 31 during SAS
Come to the Shorewood Career Center to meet Ms. Brittne Paramore from Johnson C. Smith University, an HBCU in Charlotte, North Carolina. Johnson C Smith is known for programs in Education, Criminology, the Sciences, and much more. Fun fact: Oprah delivered the JCSU commencement address in 2016. Very few HBCUs send admissions representatives to the Puget Sound area, so we are thrilled to have this chance to have Ms. Paramore visit on behalf of JCSU. They could not make it to our HBCU Night, but have made an effort to visit Shorewood. Please come to learn more about this HBCU.
Young, Gifted, and Black February 10 at UW Seattle
From UW Seattle: Target group: African American 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students with a 3.0 GPA or higher. YGB utilizes African American history and culture in such a way that motivates and empowers attendees to take control of their future. The purpose of this conference is to promote positive self-esteem, social consciousness, and cultural awareness, while simultaneously emphasizing the importance of higher education. We hope that the workshops and interactions with current African American UW students, staff, and faculty and the community will provide both the resources and role models to help students make a commitment to pursue higher education. This is a wonderful opportunity to experience the UW and discover all the possibilities awaiting. YGB is FREE! Food will be provided throughout the day. The only cost to you will be transportation to the University of Washington-Seattle campus. Legal guardians may also be present for our Parent Program which will hold essential information sessions in the morning.
SAT and ACT 2017-2018 Test Dates:
SAT Test Date
ACT Test Date
Athletics: The most current athletic schedules are available at www.wescoathletics.com
There are no sports activities scheduled for Monday, January 22.