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 By Matt Baide    News    January 20, 2022

Shelton High NJROTC program seeks new members

Chief Stephen Gonczi provided an update on the NJROTC program to the Shelton School Board at the Jan. 11 meeting. Gonczi, in his first year at Shelton High, said the program is doing well. He's in...

 

School Briefs

Pioneer School Board meets Tuesday The Pioneer School Board will meet for its regular meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday. A virtual link will be included in the board agenda on the district’s website 24 hours before the meeting. According to School Board...

 
 By Matt Baide    News    January 13, 2022

Shelton School Board proposes field trip rules

The Shelton School Board had a first reading on a proposed change to the out-of-state field trip rules at its meeting Tuesday. According to the information packet, the most notable change regards out-of-state travel. The current policy is the Shelton...

 
 By Gordon Weeks    News    December 23, 2021

Teachers say 'no confidence' in Pioneer superintendent

A majority of teachers in the Pioneer School District have given a vote of "no confidence" to Superintendent Jill Diehl, and have asked her to resign. The Pioneer Education Association submitted the...

 
 By Gordon Weeks    News    December 23, 2021

Shelton district hiring will begin earlier

The Shelton School District plans to begin recruiting employees for the 2022-2023 school year in February, a few months earlier than usual. "We'll know what we're doing early on, and that's going to m...

 
 By Gordon Weeks    News    December 2, 2021

Two Sallys leave the Shelton School Board

Sally Brownfield and Sally Karr bid farewell to the Shelton School Board after serving for six years. The Nov. 23 regular meeting was the last for the two Sallys. At that meeting, Marilyn Stevenson...

 
 By Gordon Weeks    News    November 25, 2021

MET Academy building opens Nov. 30

On Nov. 30, Shelton High School students eying careers in engineering, electronics and robotics will take their first steps into the campus' new Manufacturing, Engineering and Technology (MET)...

 
 By Matt Baide    News    November 25, 2021

North Mason schools levy passing before certification

The North Mason School Board levy is passing by 34 votes as of the Nov. 22 count. In Mason County, the levy is passing by 28 votes, 2,561 to 2,533. In Kitsap County, the levy is passing by six votes, 64 to 58. The election results were scheduled to...

 
 By Matt Baide    News    November 25, 2021

Bull leads Curtin by 22 votes

Arla Shephard Bull leads Michael Curtin by 22 votes in the race for Mason School Board Director No. 5 in Monday’s tally. In Mason County, Shephard Bull leads by 34 votes, 2,242 to 2,208, with 64 votes for write-in candidates. In Kitsap County,...

 
 By Matt Baide    News    November 11, 2021

North Mason School Board levy is now passing

The North Mason School Board levy is passing as of Thursday’s afternoon by just 42 votes. In Mason County, the levy is passing with a vote of 2,516 to 2,479. In Kitsap County, the levy is passing by eight votes, 56-51. In Tuesday’s initial...

 

Shelton School District seeks employees

In a news release, the district said it is hiring regular substitute teachers for $175 a day, emergency substitute teachers for $140 a day, para educators for up to $21.59 an hour, substitute para...

 

Report gives some Shelton High buildings poor HVAC ratings

The state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction reports that 787 school buildings in the state receive “poor” ratings for their heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, including 11 buildings at Shelton High School....

 

Shelton schools seeks interpreter for Q'anjob'al, Mam language

The Shelton School District is looking for people who are fluent in Mam or Q’anjob’al and English, and who can help with interpretations. The district will pay an hourly wage. For more information, contact Betty Uriostegui at 360-426-2151, ext....

 

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