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Four Ways to Get Active with Shoreline Schools this Spring

Apr 15, 2019 01:43PM ● By Rachel Belfield

The weather’s warmer, days are longer, and the time is right to get out and about in town. And what better place to grow your engagement and understanding of Shoreline’s opportunities for families than our own school district? I checked in with Curtis Campbell, Shoreline Schools’ Public Information Officer, to get his top four recommendations for how families in town can get involved and active.


  • Get up to speed on the district’s successes, priorities, and plans by attending Superintendent Rebecca Miner’s “State of the Schools” address on April 17. Superintendent Miner will present information about the District’s demographics, budget, academic achievement and much more. There will also be a question and answer session at the conclusion of each presentation. 

Superintendents

Superintendent's "State of the Schools" Address - 10:00AM

Held in the Board Room of the Shoreline Center. Are you interested in learning more about Shoreline Schools? Have a question you’d like to ask? Join us for our State of the Schools Presen... Read More » 

 

Superintendents

Superintendent's "State of the Schools" Address - 7:00PM

Held in the Board Room of the Shoreline Center. Are you interested in learning more about Shoreline Schools? Have a question you’d like to ask? Join us for our State of the Schools Presen... Read More » 


  • Dive deep by attending a School Board meeting. Have you ever wondered how the school board makes decisions about construction, school boundaries, budget, and more? Take a peek behind the scenes nearly any Monday. Upcoming topics include decisions on instructional materials, a “Healthy Youth Survey” report, and a report on the district’s early release implementation. Find all meetings times and add to your calendar.
  • Branch out! Consider attending a school event that your family wouldn’t normally try. If your student’s a golfer, actor, or coder, why not check out a spring soccer game? Shoreline’s soccer teams have historically been top contenders in the conference (and often the entire state), and games are often packed with high-paced action for a full 80 minutes, sure to entertain and inspire!
Tomorrow, April 16, the Shorewood boys’ team hosts the strong Lynnwood High School squad at Shoreline Stadium at 7:00 pm.

Next Monday, April 22, the Shorecrest boys’ varsity team hosts Archbishop Murphy at Shoreline Stadium at 7:00 pm.

Tickets to a soccer match cost $6 for adults and $4 for students with ASB cards and senior citizens--cash only. Concessions are available, and they accept cash or card.

  • Sing along at the Shorecrest High School production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast. The school has a long tradition of strong performing arts, and this spring's musical is sure to be no different! Two weekends, with evening and matinee shows, allow lots of dates for families to find one that fits their schedules:
Disneys Beauty and the Beast by Shorecrest High School Drama - start May 09 2019 0730PM

Disney's Beauty and the Beast by Shorecrest High School Drama - 7:30PM

Shorecrest Drama presents Disney’s Beauty and the Beast beginning May 9 at the Shorecrest Performing Arts Center.Based on the smash hit 1991 Disney movie and dating back to a late 18th-ce... Read More » 

 

Disneys Beauty and the Beast by Shorecrest High School Drama - start May 09 2019 0200PM

Disney's Beauty and the Beast by Shorecrest High School Drama - 2:00PM

Shorecrest Drama presents Disney’s Beauty and the Beast beginning May 9 at the Shorecrest Performing Arts Center.Based on the smash hit 1991 Disney movie and dating back to a late 18th-ce... Read More » 

 


Our city’s schools are bustling with activity, talent, and enthusiasm, and I encourage you to try something new this spring. We’ve attended two elementary school plays already, and now I’m planning to branch out by taking my children to a high school soccer game and attending the Superintendent’s address. How about you?