World Night 2014

2014-2015 Accreditation Survey for Parents and Guardians

Shorewood  High School is continually striving to provide high quality education to all students in our community.  Help us by providing your input regarding mission, leadership, teaching and learning, and student support.

Please follow this link to access the Shorewood High School Accreditation Survey:

 We appreciate your time.  Your feedback is invaluable in this process.

Mandatory Homework Club Assigned

Mandatory Homework Club has been assigned to all Freshman with failing grades and those students failing Geometry.  Students and parents will receive an email from Ms. Elder, Monday October 20, 2014 in the afternoon.  In addition, students will receive a paper notice on Monday or Tuesday.  Homework Club is held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:40-3:40.   Additional information about Homework Club can be found by clicking here.


Your telephones will be ringing on October 19th from 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. when The Shoreline Public Schools Foundation’s annual Calling For Kids Phone-A-Thon takes place   Students, parents, teachers, principals and staff will be calling to ask for your donation to help us support academic excellence and expanded learning opportunities.  If you are unable to answer your phone this Sunday – please go to and Click to donate!  Your gift in any amount will help provide programs that will assist our students achieve success in school and life.

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Pre Collection starts today! Start collecting from family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers!

We all have unwanted textiles* that are either worn out, or no longer fit. Instead of throwing them into the trash where they’ll simply add to our Nation’s growing landfills, give your clothes a second life by participating in our textile collection drive!

Now – Saturday, November 1: We are collecting bags of clothing and textiles beginning now and running through Saturday, November 1 when we’ll host a final collection day and truck loading event from 10am-noon at Shorewood in the parking lot. (17300 Fremont Ave. North – Shoreline, WA 98133-5299).

You can gather up your donations and deliver them to the November 1 collection event, or you can drop off your donations at the location below.

Drop off location: SOUTH PARKING behind the SWHS GYM
Times:   7:30-8:15a & 2:15-3:15p each day
Dates: 10/1, 3, 8, 9, 13, 15, 20 & 22


*Textiles include: CLOTHING any kind/any condition. SHOES any kind/any condition, single or paired; TOWELS bath, kitchen, rags; SHEETS, BLANKETS, QUILTS; CURTAINS/DRAPERY; PURSES, BELTS synthetic/leather; THROW RUGS (not carpet); TABLECLOTHS, PLACEMATS, THROW PILLOWS, STUFFED ANIMALS, BACKPACKS, ATHLETIC BAGS…

We cannot take glass, breakables, electronics, pet beds, bed pillows, carpeting, uniforms, mattresses, hotel linens, or items previously for sale in a thrift store.

Shorewood High School Orchestra students thank you for your generous support.

Contact with questions: Rene at


Altered Schedule October 15, 2014

On Wednesday, October 15, 2014, ALL 10th grade students and those 11th graders who pay for the test will have the opportunity to take the Preliminary SAT (PSAT) during the school day. This is a standardized test that provides firsthand practice for the SAT©, and measures critical reading skills, math problem-solving skills and writing skills.

The PSAT is offered only one time, nationwide, each year. The begins at 7:50 a.m. All juniors are strongly encouraged to sign up, regardless of whether they took it last year. The PSAT is an inexpensive, convenient and effective way to practice for the SAT. Detailed results arrive in December, perfectly timed for spring SAT preparation. It also is the qualifying test for the National Merit Scholarship Program. Fee waivers are available for qualifying juniors. The cost is $14 payable to the SW business office. The deadline to sign up is October 10th or until the test sells out. Juniors should sign up soon! All sophomores will be taking the test, free of charge, due to a district-wide program.

Regular classes won’t begin until 11:30 AM. Sophomores and most juniors will be taking the PSAT from 7:50 to 11:15 AM. Then, regular classes begin at 11:30 AM with periods 1, 3 and 5. However, buses run on the regular schedule. Grades 9 and 12 will need to provide their own transportation if arriving when classes begin. Rooms will be open on campus for quiet study beginning at 7:50 AM for those students not testing.
Schedule for the day:
PSAT: 7:50-11:15
Break: 11:15-11:30
P1: 11:30-12:13
Lunch: 12:13-12:53
P3: 12:53-1:37
P5: 1:42-2:25

Mandatory Homework Club Assigned Due to Failing Grades

The first Data Dashboard upload was Thursday, September 25th.  Freshman students with failing grades and those students failing Geometry have been assigned to Mandatory Tutorial (Period 9 Homework Club).  Mandatory Tutorial (Period 9 Homework Club) is held each Tuesday and Thursday from 2:40-3:40 pm.  Parents and student wills receive an email notification and students will also receive a paper notice.

Subject Teacher Room
Geometry Mr. Rajotte 3105
Integrated Physical Science Ms. Maves-Watson-TuesdaysMs. Giesey Thursdays 24042205
Algebra I Ms. Crowder 2107
English 9 Ms. Bonallo 2306
General Homework Club Ms. Elder and Ms. Emmanuel Library

More information at Mandatory Tutorial (Period 9 Homework Club) can be found by clicking here