Remote Learning Fall 2020
News and Notes
Week of 11/30 - 12/4
Events this week:
For a direct link to the SC calendar, click here.
SC Drama is planning our spring production. We know it's winter, but we've got big plans and need to get started! Interested in joining SC Drama for our spring musical? We're having a virtual informational meeting about our plans for the spring and how to audition for the production! The meeting is this Thursday, December 3 at 3:15 PM.
Hello Shorecrest Students and Parents! The Class of 2022 is seeking any amount of monetary donations to help pay for their Senior Prom dance. To donate, go to the Shorecrest Website and under the Online Payments tab there is the option to directly donate to the Class of 2022. We thank you for your generosity and willingness to support the class!
Hey Scots! In Summer 2020, the Shoreline School Board passed the Ethnic Studies Resolution, which moves to integrate and add Ethnic Studies into the educational framework of the Shoreline School District. Our district’s Equity & Family engagement director, Dr. Tanisha Brandon-Felder, will be heading this incredible project. To ensure that student voices are represented and centered in this movement, we are establishing a student task force. This group will meet once a month, and will likely involve some amount of work outside of meeting times.
If you want to learn more about this, and if this sounds like a movement you want to be involved in, please contact Ms. Tellefson (email@example.com) to get a virtual application. Applications are due Dec 4th by 3pm. Please, feel free to also email if you have any questions. Thank you!
WINTER WISHES ARE A GO! Winter wishes is a chance for the Leadership class to fulfill your wishes and gives you a chance to do something nice for a friend. In the past, these wishes have ranged from our principal dressing up as an elf for the day, to the cheer team singing carols in classes. Due to covid, Winter Wishes is going to look a little different this year, all the wishes we grant must be virtual.
There are 3 categories you can choose from: Shoutouts/highlights on hyphyhighlanders and morning announcements, Song/Video tributes from a sports team, club or staff member, and virtual gift cards. If you would like to participate check your k12 and fill out the google form, to fill this form out you MUST BE LOGGED INTO YOUR k12. Make a wish for either yourself or a friend and explain why your wish should be granted this year. Be creative, have fun and happy wishing scots! The form closes NOVEMBER 30 and wishes will be granted by DECEMBER 11.
Join Tattoo Literary Arts Magazine for voting parties on November 24 and December 1 from 3:00-4:30 pm! Email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or DM us (@schs.tattoo.magazine) on Instagram for the Zoom link. You will get volunteer hours for attending, and it's a lot of fun! No club membership or experience necessary, and no need to stay the whole time.
Join Tattoo Literary Arts Magazine during lunch on Mondays! For the next few weeks, we'll be voting on art and writing pieces sent in by SC creators, and we need YOUR help deciding if they should be featured in the magazine! DM us (@schs.tattoo.magazine) or email us (email@example.com) for the Zoom link, or join using the SC webpage at 12:55pm. All are welcome.
National Honor Society: Please submit 2 hours of tutoring or community service to Ms. Monson by December 11. You may learn details in Modules of the Canvas course. Check your email to know if teachers have asked for your help.
Click here for the registration link!
Our Shorecrest Boosters is focusing on supporting school culture and climate, but also looking out for the grown ups of SC: parents, guardians, staff, and other SC supporters. They’ve come up with a novel 1980s-themed Virtual Game Night at 7:00 on Friday, December 4 that will feature various trivia games, music lyrics fun, a costume/best 80s hair contest and prizes.
It’s free to participate in, but you must register first to get the link which will help them to organize the event: https://charityauction.bid/SCGameNight. This is hosted by the same organizers of the SC Auction and Kellogg Trivia Night, so you know it’s going to be totally fun!
2021 Shorecrest Senior Spree! There are many ways to support this great graduation night out for our seniors. Please read over the fundraisers and select a way to help our senior event:
- Purchase a ticket. Tickets are $145 and are totally refundable if COVID cancels the event. See Shorecrest PTSA's website and this link to sign up.
- Feed your family and support a locally owned restaurant. Eat at Jersey's Great Food and Spirits. They will donate 15% of your order in November to our fundraiser. Take out is available. Don't forget to mention Senior Spree when ordering!
- Buy a Spree Tree! Christmas Trees, Garlands and Wreaths will be for sale December 4th [3-8 pm], 5th [9am 8 pm], and 6th [9am - 5 pm] at Loyal Automotive, 1211 NE 175th, Shoreline. CASH ONLY.
- Brown Bear Car Wash Tickets! These will be available at the Spree Tree sale. December 4th [3-8 pm], 5th [9am-8pm], and 6th [9am - 5pm] at Loyal Automotive, 1211 NE 175th, Shoreline. CASH ONLY.
- Get Flocked! Send a holiday flock of flamingos to your neighbors, family, teachers, boss or friends. We have a seasonal Santa and holiday flock or our Shorecrest Special Forces unit in green and yellow. All proceeds go to Senior Spree. Link here.
Thank you, and your contributions will make this a senior night to remember!
Daily Video Announcements
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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 firstname.lastname@example.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!
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Site Council
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Booster Club Meeting
December 7, 2020
7:00 PM School Board Meeting
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