Olympic Middle School

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4th & 5th Grade Students Preparing To Transition To Olympic Middle School In The Fall

(Date Posted 1/7/2019)

4th & 5th-grade Transition Information

 

As you are aware the Shelton School District is transitioning to a grade level 5-6 middle school in September 2019.  That means students who are currently in 4th & 5th grades will attend Olympic Middle School when school resumes in September.  

In order to help this transition be as smooth as possible for both students and parents, we have scheduled a series of Information Nights to help with the changes.  During these information nights, building principals will outline school programs, and what students and parents can expect at Olympic Middle School as well as answer parent questions.

Opportunities will be ongoing, students and families are invited to attend one or more of these meetings as program details are finalized in the coming months.  Be sure to look for further information coming from your building principals.

January Transition Meetings

 

January 17 Olympic Middle School 6:00 - 7:00

Community Forum - What Reconfiguration and Transitions - What Parents Can Expect

 

January 24 Olympic Middle School 6:00 - 7:00

What Parents Can Expect in Middle School

 

January 15 Mt View Elementary 5:30 - 6:30

January 24 Evergreen Elementary 5:30 - 6:30

January 31 Bordeaux Elementary 6:30 - 7:30

New K-4 Program & What Parents Can Expect in Middle School



February Transition Meetings

 

February 13 Olympic Middle School 9:15-10:15 a.m.

Things We Need To Know About Middle School

 

 




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