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  • Thank you all for your patience in our parking lot, we are aware that our drop off and pick-up times can be a bit hectic.  We would like to remind everyone that children can be dropped off up to 15 minutes after the start of their class and can be picked up 15 minutes before the dismissal time.

    We have worked with our staff to ensure that important class lessons will not be taking place during those 15 minutes. 

     

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  • Attendance Reminder!

     

    Please call our office (206-393-4350) if your child will be absent from any of our programs (early learning, extended care, head start or special education services).  

    We especially want to remind families that are recieving extended care services at a school that they do not attend and are being transported by bus to let us know if your child will be absent. 

    Thank you!

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  • Edwin Pratt Early Learning Center is now open!

    We opened our doors on January 7, 2019, welcoming our students and families to the Edwin Pratt Early Learning Center.   The school is located at 1900 N 170th St., Shoreline. 

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School District News

  • Shorecrest Drama Presents: Be More Chill

    Shorecrest Drama is excited to present Be More Chill—a fresh, hilarious sci-fi musical comedy about finding out who you are and where you belong.Be More Chill will run from Thursday, November 14, through Sunday, November 17, and again the following weekend, Thursday, November 21 through Sunday, November 24.

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  • Shorecrest Holiday Benefit Dinner on November 19

    The Shorecrest ASB and Shorecrest PTSA will host their annual Holiday Benefit Dinner on Tuesday, November 19 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the Shorecrest Commons (15343 25th Ave. NE) to benefit the Shoreline Holiday Baskets Food & Teen Gift Drive.

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  • Two Shorecrest Seniors Recognized by College Board's National Hispanic Recognition Program

    The College Board recently announced Shorecrest seniors Enrique Garcia and Edward Noriega scored in the top 2.5 percent of Hispanic students in our region who took the PSAT and have achieved Scholar status in the College Board’s National Hispanic Recognition Program.

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  • October is Disability History Month

    In honor of Disability History Month, join Shoreline Schools in recognizing and celebrating the contributions and history of people with disabilities! Disability History Month is observed annually in October to raise awareness and understanding of disability rights history and celebrate the achievements of people with disabilities.

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  • Shoreline Schools Recognized for High Percentage of National Board Certified Teachers

    The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards recently recognized Shoreline Public Schools as one of 81 school districts in the country with at least 20 percent of its teachers having achieved National Board certification.

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  • Volunteers Needed for Student Services Committees

    Our Student Services Department has three very important committees this year that they are seeking volunteers for. It is critical to ensure that diverse perspectives, including those most impacted by programs and services, are involved in important decisions that impact our students.

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  • Video: Get to Know the Edwin Pratt Early Learning Center

    The Edwin Pratt Early Learning Center is home to our district's Head Start, Early Childhood Education and tuition-based preschool programs. In this video, you'll learn about their new school and the inclusion-based preschool program that it is home to.

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  • District Health Curriculum Night on Oct. 22

    Join us for our District Health Curriculum Night on October 22, 2019 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the Shoreline Room, Shoreline Center, 18560 1st Ave. NE. Director of Teaching and Learning Maria Stevens and Shoreline health teachers will preview the F.L.A.S.H. (Family Life and Sexual Health) and HIV/AIDS curriculum.

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  • Elementary Conference Days and Release Times Set

    Release times for the fall and spring elementary conference weeks have been set. The schedule for those weeks is as follows. Fall Elementary Conferences: Monday-Friday, November 4-8 will be Half Day Early Release. Spring Elementary Conferences: Monday-Friday, March 2-6 will be Half Day Early Release.

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