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Superintendent Search

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The Shelton School Board has initiated a search for the district's next superintendent and is committed to an open and transparent search process with stakeholder input with the goal to hire the best superintendent for the Shelton School District. McPherson & Jacobson LLC, the superintendent search firm chosen for the search process, invite you to share your thoughts through a key stakeholder meeting and/or a survey.

Can’t attend? Take our 5 question survey before Jan. 15th instead. (Survey available in three languages)

Free Vaccines

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The Shelton Pharmacy is offering free vaccinations for children under the age of 18 thanks to the Vaccines for Children Program. Shelton School District Family Liaisons will be on-site to offer a friendly face and Spanish interpretation services at the Shelton pharmacy on:

  • Tuesday 1/12 from 4pm-6pm
  • Saturday 1/16 from 10am-12pm

You must bring the following:

  • ID to show student's name and birthdate
  • The CIS form listing which vaccines they need (Families can access their immunization records on the WAIIS by signing up at or by contacting Nurse Amy or Nurse Crystal for further help)
  • An adult to provide consent
  • If you have insurance, please bring your insurance card. If you do not have insurance or are unable to pay, the vaccines will be provided at no cost thanks to the Vaccines for Children Program.

Vaccinations can also be obtained during normal business hours at the pharmacy. No appointment is necessary.

Normal Pharmacy Hours
M-F: 9am-6pm, Sat: 9am-1pm, Sun: 10am-1pm
110 W K St, Shelton, WA 98584
(360) 545-4333

Ready! for Kindergarten- FREE Parenting/Caregiving Workshops

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We’re happy to share that Ready! For Kindergarten winter parent classes are now available to Shelton School District families ONLINE! If you have a child at home age birth - 5 years old, learn more and register for a class here:

Elementary Parent Forum: Social Emotional Learning – Understanding How to Support Your Child

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On Thursday, January 14 from 6:00-8:00 PM our elementary school counselors will be hosting another Evening Parenting Forum in which they will be providing strategies for parents and students in understanding how to cope with issues surrounding trauma and stress while providing resources to help support our school families. Topics will include understanding the different developmental stages of trauma and stress related to remote learning challenges and preparing students if/when we return back to school. We will also have representatives from the Committee For Children as part of our panel to share resources and websites that families together can access. From 6:00-7:00 PM the presentation will be conducted in English. From 7:00-8:00 PM the presentation will be conducted in Spanish. Please see the link below to the forum:


Our Mt. View staff to created this video in appreciation for their students and families. Students, good job on your hard work and resilience in 2020.



Vaccine Requirements
Vaccine Requirements

Now more than ever we are focusing on keeping students healthy and safe. This includes keeping students safe from vaccine-preventable diseases. The Washington State Department of Health and Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction govern vaccine requirements. Per these requirements, only students who are fully immunized (this includes actively becoming compliant with vaccinations) and those with medically verifiable documentation of vaccination or exemptions, will be allowed to come to school for face-to-face instruction. State laws and rules, as well as district policy, require compliance with immunization requirements on or before the first day of attendance at school.

Obtaining required vaccinations:

  • If your student has medical insurance, you can find vaccination providers covered by your insurance on the insurance website or calling your insurance customer service. Then you must call the clinic and make an appointment for vaccinations.
  • If your student does not have medical insurance, you can contact Mason Health: Health Plan Finder Susana Lopez at (360)432-7766. She can also help you find a clinic for vaccinations.
  • Local pharmacies may also provide vaccinations for children, with medical insurance. You should call the pharmacy before you go to ensure they have vaccinations available and that they take your medical insurance.
  • Shelton Pharmacy may also be able to provide vaccinations to children who either have or do not have medical insurance; you must call ahead to ensure the vaccination is available. They participate in the Vaccines for Children program providing free vaccinations to children who do not have medical insurance. They are located at 110 W. K St, Shelton, WA. Their phone number is (360)545-4333.

Meal Information
More than a Meal

Did you know that you might still qualify for free or reduced meals? It is quick and easy to apply through Family Access. Don’t wait, apply online today!
Login to your Skyward Family Access account and follow these steps:

1. Click on "Food Service" on the left-hand side menu.
2. Along the top of the page, click on the drop-down box next to "All Students" and select a student from your household - You will only need to fill out one application per household.
3. Click the "Applications" link along the top of this new page.
4. Click the "Add Applications" link.
5. Follow the prompts to complete and submit your application. 

You will receive an email once your application has been processed and your eligibility will be updated in Family Access.

** USDA has extended free meals for kids through the end of 20-21 school year.**


Did you know that you could receive school notifications as text messages?  This includes messages about school closures, delays, low or negative meal balances, and more!  Opt-in today by texting “Y” or “Yes” to 67587.



Thank you

Sunshine Pearson from Denny’s auto service for providing over 200 of stockings for our families in need. Shelton Family Center supported our families in need by providing food during the break.Through the generosity and hard work of Morgan Law Firm, Smoking Mo's and Olympic Ice Cream, over 250 meals were provided to families through the Doorstep Dinners Project. Fran Beard for coordinated with different organizations such as Olympia Women Club, LWVCT, and American Legion to adopt some of our families the holidays.
The Shelton community is always reaching out to help.  A big thank you to the special people who helped our families in need over the winter break!

South Sound Reading Foundation FREE Bag O' Books Program

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South Sound Reading Foundation’s Free Bag O’ Books Program is letting you order FREE books for children, teens, and adults! All you need to do is fill out this form:

Turning Pointe Resources
EXPRESSIONS VIRTUAL TEEN ART GROUP Through art projects, participants will l have the opportunity to identify strengths, relieve stress, and build community in a safe and empowering space. This group is designed for teens ages 11- 18, who have been impacted by domestic, sexual, or dating violence. Violence takes many forms, and can be both emotional and physical. Find more info at TO SIGN UP, CALL OR TEXT 360-426-1216 Wednesday nights at 8pmUnderstanding Resiliency Parenting Class Thursdays 6-7:30 pm Attend virtually over Zoom This class provides a supportive space for parents and caregivers to share their experiences and learn how to foster greater resiliency in their families. This class is designed for Turning Pointe clients. Curriculum for this class is driven by the interests and needs of participants. Topics covered in this class includes building resiliency, understanding the impacts of trauma, managing o stress, engaging in self care, responding to challenging behavior, fostering empathy, and building secure attachments. This project was supported by Grant No. 2019-CY-AX-0008 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of Justice.

Hidden in Plain Sight

The teen years can be difficult. Indicators of teen drug use, mental health concerns, unhealthy relationships, human trafficking and other risk factors can be hidden in plain sight, but easy for parents and other adults to miss. Join us to learn about current trends, how to increase protective factors and understand risk factors, as well as tips for talking to youth about these important issues.  Parents, Caregivers and other adults who work with youth are encouraged to attend. 21+  *Must be 18+ to attend Sponsored By: The North Mason and Shelton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalitions. EVENT DETAILS BEDROOM DETAILS Our mock teen bedroom contains 70+ items, which can indicate problem or risky behaviors.  PRESENTATION After a virtual walk through of the teen room, attendees will participate in a presentation and discussion which will cover: •	Identification and discussion of items and how they may indicate problem or risky behaviors •	Popular local youth trends backed up with local data. •	Tools to help navigate the teen years and discussion points for family conversations •	Time for questions and answers throughout the presentation will be provided EVENT INFORMATION Date: Wednesday Jan 27,2021 Time: 6:30PM-8:30PM Location: Recommended for only those that live or work in Mason County. Link to register:  A Zoom link will be sent to you by Wednesday Jan 27, 2021

Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame

Do you know someone you think should be inducted into the Shelton School District & Community Hall of Fame? We have good news! We are now accepting nominations!
The purpose of the Shelton School District & Community Hall of Fame is to recognize students/alumni, faculty/staff, friends/benefactors, and community members who have contributed to the success, tradition, integrity, development, and promotion of the Shelton School District and/or excelled in the areas of Athletics, Fine Arts, Academics and/or Business and have achieved a high level of excellence deserving of recognition.
The categories for nomination are:
- Friends and Benefactors of the Shelton School District
- Shelton School District Faculty and Staff
- Fine Arts, Academics, and Business
- Humanitarian and Service
- Lifetime Recognition
- Athlete
- Coaches, Athletic Staff Members, and Other Athletic Support Person
- Teams and Groups
To find out more and/or to nominate someone, please visit 🏆

Shelton Family YMCA

The YMCA is coming to Shelton in March 2021!  Read about all the Y has to offer on their flyer below or by clicking here: YMCA Flyer PDF


Crossroads Housing

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Are you experiencing a housing crisis, homelessness, fleeing domestic violence, falling behind on rent, can't make a payment, or have another barrier to obtaining housing? Crossroads can help!

360-427-6919 360-490-6510: 24/7 line 1 Sargison Loop

Washington COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fun

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If you’re an immigrant experiencing hard times because of COVID-19, and you aren’t eligible for federal financial relief or unemployment insurance, this fund is for you.

Apply for the Washington COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund and receive a $1,000 one-time direct payment (up to $3,000 per household).  You can apply by going to this website:

If you need help, call 1-844-724-3737 (Mon-Fri, 9AM-9PM) 


School board meetings are online live via Zoom every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at 6:00 pm.  As part of the regular school board meeting, the board invites community members to make public comments in person and/or by phone as conditions allow by calling 1-253-215-8782 and entering meeting the ID # (listed in the board agenda and district calendar) during the community comment time.  Please make sure your phone is on mute by pressing *6 until it is time to speak. Press *9 to raise your hand if you wish to speak. When called upon, you can unmute yourself by pressing *6 again.  Our public comment procedure allows each person 3 minutes to speak and comments will be heard during the two Community Comment periods as listed on the agenda.  In accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act, the board is not allowed to discuss items that are not on the agenda.  The board may direct the superintendent to follow up on certain items that arise during public comment, if appropriate.  As with in person meetings, public comments received in writing or by email will not be read aloud but will be directed for follow up where appropriate.  Please be mindful of how you present your testimony as the board will not allow complaints against an individual staff member or student in open session (unless that individual has requested an open public hearing).  Please state your name before speaking.  


  • 700 S. First St., Shelton, WA 98584
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The Shelton School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employee has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Terry Meisenburg, Director of Human Resources. 360-426-1687. 700 S. 1st Street; Shelton, WA 98584. Complaint procedure can be found on this website under Board Policy #3210 (students) and #5010 (employees).

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