School opens Wednesday, September 3rd for the 2014-2015 academic year. The school doors will open at 7:20AM.
School will start with a brief celebratory assembly. All are welcome. Class periods 1-6 will meet on Wednesday, 9/3/2014. Zero period classes will start Thursday, 9/4/2014, at 6:30 for PE classes and 6:50-7:40AM for music. Students should plan to enter school from the courtyard doors by the gym for zero period classes.
Final student schedules will be distributed to all students to include period 10 “SAS Home-base.” Distribution will begin at 7:30 in the commons immediately before the assembly.
Remaining SUMMER OFFICE HOURS:
September 2, 7:30AM-3:30PM, closed Sept 1st, Labor Day
Classes begin September 3rd. See full information at the link.
School Calendar and Bell Schedule: The school’s bell schedule has been adapted to meet the state’s revised 1080/1027 hour instructional year requirement that is an increase from previous school years. The current bell schedule includes a rotation of A and B days on Mondays, and consistent A or B days on Tuesdays through Fridays. The school day starts at 7:50 and ends at 2:35PM. The school day is ten minutes longer than in the past. There are two “C” Days in the calendar when all classes meet. The calendar for A, B, and C days as well as the bells for the day can found at the following page: Revised Bell Schedule.
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Become a Shorewood Booster! Your $15 member fee helps support Shorewood High School clubs, sports, and activities throughout the year. Receive a Shorewood Booster Cling for your car window while they last. These are not sold as part of the Shorewood gear and are only available to Booster Members.
You can find Booster Membership envelopes all around school - the front office, the concession stand in the gym, whereever and whenever SW Gear is sold, or you can click on a Membership Form link and print your own. Please return your form to the Booster box in the main office at Shorewood.
All Shorewood High School parents and guardians are invited to the 2014 Curriculum Night on Thursday, October 2nd. This is an important opportunity to form a partnership with your student’s teachers, to visit the campus and to hear about activities available to Shorewood students. Current students, staff and parents will be available to help you explore and see for yourself what Shorewood has to offer. Ample parking is available from school entrances on 175th and Fremont Avenue North.
Please join us to learn about the academic program, experience your student’s class schedule, meet the teachers, and hear about your student’s individual courses. The evening program begins at 6:45 – 6:55 for parents and guardians whose students have period 0 or 7 classes. Please report directly to the room listed on the student’s schedule. The standard program begins at 7:00 – 7:15 with a school community meeting in the T-Bird Gym. From there all classes, period 1-6 meet for 10 minutes each, providing families the opportunity to learn about SWHS teachers and the curriculum.
Our annual mid-evening video program highlights the annual PTSA “Pass the Hat” fundraiser and membership drive that supports classroom grants, help for struggling students and families, and staff appreciation. Our amazing PTSA makes it all happen through this one fundraiser, so we hope you will plan to participate.
The curriculum night program of classes ends with the conclusion of sixth period at 9:00PM.
Join SWHS PTSA for 2014-2015
The Shorewood PTSA is a vital part of the Shorewood community, running programs that include:
• Classroom grants via EQC
• Shorewood Signal newsletter
• After Shorewood college and career program
• Student scholarship funds
• Funding for Extended Day Intervention and Advanced Academic Enrichment Programs
• Back-to-School BBQ for new families
• Shorewood Student Directory
• Teacher appreciation
• Community services such as the Holiday Food Drive, Teen Gift Programs, and the WORKS
• Advocacy for children at all levels of government
Download the membership form here.
Click here for a free e-copy of the 2014 Shorewood literary magazine Imprints! Also, we have print-by-demand copied available as well. Enjoy!
See the right side for links and files for Summer Homework.
Congratulations to all members of the Shorewood High School community on the recent “silver” ranking in US News and World Report’s ranking of public high schools in Washington and in the nation. US News reviewed 31,242 U.S. public high schools; 133 Washington schools made the rankings. Shorewood High School is ranked 24th within Washington, and #1071 in the national ranks.
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