Cedar High begins life at OC Shelton


September 16, 2021

Gordon Weeks

Cedar High School students on Sept. 7 gather in a circle and toss a stuffed animal to each other as they learn each other's names at the school's new home on the Olympic College Shelton campus.

What a difference a year makes for Cedar High School.

The Shelton School District's newest school debuted last September with all 70 students in grades nine through 12 learning at home due to the pandemic, and all seven teachers are offering instruction, alone in classrooms, at CHOICE High School in downtown Shelton or from home.

On Sept. 1, Cedar High School started its second year with 100 students on the 27-acre Olympic College Shelton campus. Olympic College President Marty Cavalluzzi and Shelton School District Superintendent Wyeth Jessee were among the guests who gave speeches on the...

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