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Recent SC Webinars

  • All SC students - Wed 3/31/21

    Click here to view a recording of the student webinar.

    Click here to read the slideshow presentation (PDF).

     

    SC Senior Class Meeting - Fri 4/2/21

    Click here to view a recording of the meeting.

    Click here to read the slideshow presentation (PDF).

     

    SC College and Career Planning Night - Thur 4/8/21

    Click here to read the slideshow presentation (PDF).

News and Notes

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  • Week of 4/12 - 4/16

     

    Events this week: 

    Every day is early release. Please follow the normal Wednesday schedule each day.

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    Wed 4/14 @ 9:00am - 10:00am

    Student School-Wide Webinar

    • Building and classroom protocols for hybrid learning starting on Monday, April 26.
    • Students will check in with their first period class for attendance and will be given the webinar link.

     

    Wed 4/14 @ 11:45am - 1:00pm 

    All 9th graders and new students who have registered for in-person/hybrid learning are invited to attend a student orientation session. Bus transportation from elementary school sites to Shorecrest is available with pickup at 11:30 am. Please be sure to wear a mask and maintain social distance. We are looking forward to welcoming you on the school campus for the first time! Please register using this link.

     

    Wed 4/14 @ 2:00pm - 3:30pm

    Textbook and materials distribution (see info below).

     

    Wed 4/14 @ 7:00pm - 8:00pm

    Parent/Family School-Wide Webinar

    • Review our building and classroom protocols for hybrid learning.
    • Zoom link here, Passcode: Scots

     

    Thu 4/15 @ 3:30pm - 5:30pm

    Textbook and materials distribution (see info below).

     

    For a direct link to the SC calendar, click here.

     


    Semester 4 textbook and materials distribution:

    • April 14 @ 2:00 to 3:30
    • April 15 @ 3:30 to 5:30
     

    Book Return

    We are not doing an all school book return this quarter. But, if a student is eager to return book, they certainly can. There will be a cart outside the main entrance doors of Shorecrest. Students can drop books on that cart during these days and times:

    • April 12-15 @ 8:00am to 3:00pm

     


    We're nearing the end of scholarship season for seniors - but there are some goodies still out there for just the right applicant. There's money for Korean Americans. There's dough for seniors planning to major in engineering. And - if you know your way around a hammer and a nail - there are some pretty good bucks out there from both Porch.com AND the Master Builders Association for seniors with an eye on construction trades. Do any of these scholarships sound like they're up your alley? If so, reach out to your counselor or Ms. Monson.

     


    Calling all future engineers! University of Washington Seattle's "UW Engineering Ambassadors" is hosting a 10 a.m. Zoom on Wednesday, April 14. It's for high school students to hear directly from current UW engineering students. Even if you're thinking about engineering at another college, this presentation is designed for you. Learn what these college students did in high school to prepare for college AND what studying engineering in college is really like. If you're curious about their tips and tricks, RSVP here.

     


    We know there are some of you out there who aren't afraid of a little blood - or taking someone's blood pressure. If you're thinking about a career in nursing or healthcare, this is for you: The University of Washington Seattle is hosting its Summer Nurse Camp virtually and it's free! Applicants must be sophomores or juniors and at least 16 years old by July 12. The camp runs July 12-16. It's designed to diversify the healthcare provider population, so BIPOC students and students with economic challenges are encouraged to apply. Nurse "campers" can talk to current nursing students, attend nursing panels and be matched with a mentor nursing student in a virtual setting. Mrs. Monson has posted the application link into Canvas. 

     


    Hi Scots, we are starting up student shoutouts. This is a way to recognize your friends and peers for their hard work during this time. Please take a minute to fill out this google form. Thanks!

     

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  • If you’ve seen a Shorecrest all-school art installation, then you know how amazing they are and what an impact they have on our entire community. These projects are organized by the art club and executed by the entire school! This one is special. Imagine thousands of cranes and fish strung up at the front entrance, or even throughout our Art Building making origami magic! Cranes and fish symbolize peace, love, hope, contentment, and healing. What could be more inspiring during these challenging times?

     

    But to make it work, they need your help! So, here’s the plan: everyone makes a few and then drops them off at Shorecrest at designated times that will come up periodically. Then the Art Club will complete the vision and make it a reality to be enjoyed by all upon our return to school. There are near 1500 students at Shorecrest and if everyone made five, we’d have 7500 cranes! We are counting on you, so we want to make it easy!

     

    How do I make the cranes and fish?

    Please use blank or lined white paper for a uniform look. (However, you can personalize your cranes by writing your wishes for the new school year on them.)

    Instructions:   CRANE   FISH

     

    When/where can I drop them off?

    The last Wednesday and Thursday of the month (4/28-29, and 5/26-27). The bin will be set out near the main doors in front of the school, where you can easily drop your creations in a plastic bag anytime during school hours (7:30-4:00)

     

    The top three contributors will get gift cards! Let’s go! Your participation is so appreciated! Let’s do this, Scots!

     

    Thanks!

    SC Art Club

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  • COMMUNITY NOTES 

    Senior Cap & Gown Order - Order by ASAP for SC Delivery on 4/29:

    (If you have already ordered your cap & gown, please disregard this order reminder. Note that you will be able to pick up your cap and gown and any other materials at Shorecrest on April 29 from 3:30-5:30pm. Stay tuned for details.)

    Hey seniors and parents! We know there has been a lot of uncertainty and unknown in these times, but one thing we know for sure, you and your class will be celebrated! With graduation only a few months away, we wanted to inform you that if you still haven't ordered your Cap and Gown time is running out!

    • Place your order for your required cap/gown unit, and all the graduation items for our SC Delivery Day on April 29. (You can order after that date, but it will have to be mailed separately which costs more.)
    • All students walking in graduation will need a JOSTENS cap, gown, tassel & stole unit.

     

    *If you need financial assistance or a scholarship, please contact your counselor - the earlier the better.     

     

    Be sure to click the links below for all the information to place your order during this week.

     

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Daily Video Announcements

  • Wed 4/14/21

SCNN

  • Watch the latest episode of SCNN (Shorecrest News Network):

    3/26/21

  • Our School Office is Open for Online Business and Appointments

    Our school office is open for online business and appointments only at this time. School business will be conducted online, by phone or by Zoom appointment in accordance with the Washington State Safe Start Reopening Guidelines. You can contact our office by calling 206-393-4286 or emailing jennifer.farnam@shorelineschools.org.

    Any in-person meetings will need to be scheduled ahead of time and follow Department of Health guidelines for social distancing, wearing face coverings and limiting the number of people gathered. 

    Drop-in appointments are not possible at this time as our buildings remain closed to the public. 

    Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

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Shorecrest Weather Station

  • Daily Bell Schedule 

    Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri
    8:50 - 10:20 Per 1
    10:30 - 11:05 HiHo
    11:15 - 12:45 Per 2
    12:55 - 1:20 Lunch
    1:30 - 3:00 Per 3
    3:00 - 3:30 Classwork / Homework
    Each class period is a combination of "Synchronous" (teacher led or small group work) and "Asynchronous" (individual work)

     

    Wed (Early Release)
    8:50 - 9:25 Per 1
    9:30 - 10:05 Per 2
    10:10 - 10:45 Per 3
    10:55 - 12:55 Classwork / Homework
    12:55 - 1:20 Lunch
    1:20 - 3:30 Homework / Early Release
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