Headlines & Features

  • Congrats 2013 Shorewood Graduate

    2013 Shorewood graduate, Riley O'Brien, had his #8 baseball jersey retired Friday night. Riley currently plays baseball professionally for the Cincinnati Reds in the MLB. Congrats Riley!

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  • Shorewood Has a New Mascot!

    Watch the video to discover Shorewood's new mascot.

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  • A visit with Storyteller Johnny Moses

    Listen to storyteller Johnny Moses as he honors us with stories from his family and community. Recorded on 11/18 as our students listened, Mr. Moses, "through storytelling...shares the knowledge and richness of his spiritual and cultural traditions." A great great grandson of Chief Si'ahl (Chief Seattle) and member of the Tualip, Mr. Moses is a master storyteller. Click for two versions of his visit with our students.

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  • 2021-2022 Shorewood RECORDED CURRICULUM "OPEN HOUSE"

    While we had hoped for the opportunity to meet all of our families in person at a traditional back to school open house program, the building is still closed to the public and parents in keeping with COVID safety procedures. We are thankful, however, for the technology that will allow everyone to learn more about our learning community, "meet" our teachers and staff, and see some of the the spaces where your students are learning. We are excited to offer students and families our first ever recorded curriculum "Open House."

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  • Introduction to Therapist from Ryther

    My name is Sarah Lantz (she/her), and I’m therapist from Ryther’s Outpatient Clinic at your school on Fridays to offer therapy services for students...

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  • NEW- District COVID Operation Manual posted

    Shoreline Schools has published the School Safety Operations guide for 2021-2022.

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  • Announcing Free School Meals for 2021-2022

    For the 2021-2022 school year, the federal government has funded a TEMPORARY program that will allow school districts to serve FREE breakfast and lunh to all K-12 enrolled students regardless of househould income...

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  • King County Virtual Resource Center

    Are you looking for resources in the community for rent, food, transportation, legal assistance, substance use treatment, cash assistance, education, or mental health? King County offers a weekly virtual resource center via zoom or phone.

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  • Registration for the 2021-22 school year is now open!

    Did you miss the Parent Night webinar for incoming 9th grade students? Don't worry, click to see the recording of the webinar.

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