Communication & publications for parents and families:
Let's Talk – this is the best way to make your thoughts known to the school. A simple web-based form you fill out that goes directly to our decision makers.
SC Broadcast – a periodic email sent to all families who have given their email address to the school. Full of important and useful information. If you are not receiving this and wish to, simply update your Family Access account.
Daily Bulletin (on our home page) - information and details relating to school events including the schedule. This information is included in the SC Broadcast.
SC Scoop Newsletter – a monthly online publication by the SC PTSA
Calendar – our web calendar is a great place to find out what is coming up at SC.
Family Access Website – allows students and parents/guardians access to view student attendance, schedules, report card grades, progress report grades, fees and fines, and food service balances. This is where the official contact and emergency information is kept so it is important you make sure this is up to date in order for us to reach you. Family Access updates in real time so all information is current. Students have access but with fewer privileges. It is therefore important to safeguard passwords. Access information is mailed home at the end of September. If you need additional help, please contact our registrar, Emily Cedergreen.
CANVAS - allows students and parents/guardians access to view classroom grades, assignment, and information. If you need additional help, please contact the counseling office. Teacher Class Websites – To view individual teacher classroom assignments, information, and email you will need to go to the teacher’s CANVAS website.
Naviance Family Connection – is a web-based program being used in our high schools. It helps students, parents, and school staff collaborate on post-high-school career and college planning, including streamlining the college-application process. Students each have their own account; parents share one account for all their students. The registration code allows one parent to set up a Naviance account for all parents of Shorecrest students in the family. Access information is mailed home at the end of September. If you need additional help, please contact our registrar, Emily Cedergreen.
Staff Email – staff emails can be found in our staff directory.
Report Card and State Testing information:
Report Card dates 2016-17:
These dates are when the quarters end. Report cards are handed out in school about two weeks after that date. Semester 2 grades are mailed home at the end of June (depending on weather closures). You can also view all grades as they are posted on Family Access.
Quarter 1 – Nov. 10
Semester 1 – Jan 27
Quarter 3 – April 7
Semester 2 – June 23 (depending on weather closures)
State Testing: Testing dates will be announced well in advance and are set by the Office of the State Superintendent for Public Instruction (OSPI). Use the following websites to learn about required State testing. You can also consult our calendar for dates and schedules.
Learn more about State Testing & Graduation requirements by visiting the OSPI website.
Shoreline School District Assessment Website – information about testing in Shoreline.
Washington State Testing Information Website – with information about exams and when they are given.
Advanced Placement (AP) Testing Information can be obtained from the counseling department (look under announcements) or by checking our calendar. The tests are in May.
Shoreline Instruction Website – information on all things teaching.
Resources for parents:
Shorecrest Student Handbook – this handbook is downloaded to student ipads during the first week of school. It contains school polices and general information and can be found on our policies page.
Parents, Teens, and the Law (pdf) courtesy of the Issaquah School District.
Helpful Hints (pdf) – suggestions for parents with teenagers from DSHS.
Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook – This is mailed out each year by the school district. A current copy can be found on the School Board Website.
The Washington State Healthy Youth Survey measures health behaviors among youth across the state of Washington. The survey results are an important source of needs-assessment data for school districts, community-based organizations, local health and human service agencies, and state agencies. The results are used to monitor the health status of adolescents and track progress on state and federal education and health-related goals. The survey takes place every two years, in grades 10 and 12, and participation is completely anonymous. For more informaion see the Washington State Healthy Youth Survey Website. Results for 2014 = HYS 2014 Grade 10, HYS 2014 Grade 12.
Important Shorecrest contacts and information:
Student iPad Information - see the Shoreline Technology Website – for information and special alerts.
Shorecrest Health Office – forms & information from the SC Nurses.
Shoreline Emergency Procedures – the district’s website provides centralized information. This is also where snow delays and bus route information is located.
Shoreline Transportation Website – where you will find school bus schedules and emergency routes.
SC Student Services Website – who’s who supporting students. Includes our family advocate, drug and alcohol counselor, school psychologist, and guidance counselors. You will find direct email links.
Shorecrest Attendance Office – start here if you have questions about student attendance.
Shoreline Online Payments site – Make online credit card payments for food services, athletics and activity fees, and more.
Personal Information Opt Out Form (pdf) – some laws require SC to disclose certain personal information unless you opt out. To opt out you must fill out this form which also explains more.
Shorecrest On-line Media Resources – many things to help students achieve success.
Shorecrest College and Career Readiness Website – help for students to plan their future, including scholarship information.
Shorecrest Bell Schedule – when is 3rd period on an all day C-day? Find out!
Shorecrest Registration Website – information on graduation requirements, course offerings, schedule changes, and more. This is also where we post summer assignments and course information for classes that require it.
Shorecrest Food Services Website – information on school lunches and menus.
Shorecrest Traditions Website – find out how the school got started and what all the Scottish stuff means.
Shorecrest Athletics Website – GO SCOTS!
Groups where parents can be involved and find help:
Shorecrest PTSA – this group is organized by parents to support Shorecrest. It is a great place to start if you want to be involved or need help.
Shorecrest Boosters – this parent group supports our athletic programs and ASB.
Shorecrest Site Council – the governing body of our school. There are two parent reps that can take your input into school decision making. You can also become a parent rep!