School District News

  • Black Voices Presents Jewell Parker Rhodes on Nov. 17

    Join us on Tuesday, Nov. 17 for a special Black Voices event as we welcome New York Times best-selling author Jewell Parker Rhodes. The award-winning author will be interviewed by Shoreline students about her career and books, including her latest, "Black Brother, Black Brother."

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  • Three Shorewood Seniors Named National Merit Semifinalists

    Shorewood seniors Ellie Chew, Robert Olomon and Samuel Perkowski were recently named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.

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  • Remote Learning Family Survey Reports

    The overall and disaggregated survey reports from the Remote Learning Experience Family Survey have been posted to our website. You can find them linked in this article.

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  • Holiday Baskets Registration Open Through November 12

    Registration is now open for the Holiday Baskets: Food, Toys and Teen Gifts Program! The deadline to register for this year's event is November 12, 2020. Holiday Baskets provides holiday food and gift support to Shoreline School District families who are experiencing circumstances that make it challenging to provide those things for their children.

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  • Video: Black and Brown Families Town Hall

    Did you miss our Black and Brown Families Town Hall Virtual Discussion on October 12? A recording is now available to watch online. Watch to learn more about the work our Equity and Family Engagement Department is engaged in to support BIPOC students and families, community Q&A and more.

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  • Edwin Pratt Early Learning Center Selected by OSPI and UW as an Inclusionary Demonstration Site

    The Edwin Pratt Early Learning Center is being recognized and studied as a model for inclusionary preschool practices by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) and the Haring Center for Inclusive Education at the University of Washington.

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  • Seeking Affinity Group Members and Facilitators

    Shoreline Public Schools is inviting parents, guardians and caregivers to participate in affinity groups. These groups are designated “safe spaces,” where everyone in that group shares a particular identity. These groups can be a place for underrepresented people in a community to come together to feel less isolated and more connected.

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