Sheldon R-VIII School Supply List 2018-19 Preschool: Clorox Wipes, Full change of clothes , Folder w/2 pockets, 3 ring binder (new students), back pack, water color paint Kindergarten : 12 plain #2 pencils, 2 pink pearl erasers, 2 black dry erase markers, 1 box 24 count crayons, 1 box 10 count broad line markers, 2 packages 3x5 index cards, 1 index card box, . . .
The Board of Education approved the following meal prices for the 2018-2019: Elementary Breakfast-$1.50, Lunch-$1.90, High School Breakfast-$1.75, Lunch-$2.40, Adult Breakfast-$2.00, Lunch-$3.15. Please remember to fill out the Free and Reduced forms at the beginning of the school year.
How about 2 District Wins in a year for the Sheldon Panthers!!!!!! The Sheldon Baseball Team was able to beat Ballard 8-6 after a long 9 inning game to bring home the win. For the first time in school history Sheldon was the District Champion in 2 sports, both Basketball and Baseball for the 2018 Seasons. It's a great time to be a Sheldon Panther!!!!!!!
A huge congratulations to the Sheldon Boys High School basketball team for their first ever District 6 Basketball Championship!!! They are also the GVVC Conference Basketball Champions for the 2017-2018 season. Way to go Panthers!!! Another huge thank you goes to our community for the rally of support they provided our boys this season and especially during the District championship and sectional game! Panther Proud!!!!!!!!!
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TodayA 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 3pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 91. Heat index values as high as 98. Light and variable wind becoming north around 5 mph in the afternoon.
TonightA 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 8pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 72. North wind around 5 mph becoming calm in the evening.
TuesdayA 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 91. Heat index values as high as 98. East wind 3 to 7 mph.
“Selfies” (self-portraits) were the assignments for these grades. Art can be a ton of fun for a student of this age. However, simply trying to draw a line can be overwhelming, so we began the year with putting pencil and crayon to the paper. For the older end of the group, we’ve begun talking about adding things like ears and feet. We’ve also begun looking at moving away from stick figures and trying to draw a body. I think for their very first art class assignment, they’ve done a remarkable job!
MSTA's Tips to help your student succeed We know you can't be with your students around the clock. That's why MSTA created a booklet for parents. It suggests ways for families to get involved with students and schools, as well as ideas for after school and homework time. You can download this free .pdf in the MSTA Community. A Spanish version is also available. English version: https://na15.salesforce.com/sfc/p/#i0000000J1Zs/a/i00000004ILp/ppk8_JJ1cg0or_sKZ94RGfIl0KETHIDmtxw.0MjmCSw= Spanish version: https://na15.salesforce.com/sfc/p/#i0000000J1Zs/a/i00000004ILu/Q_lc2suNA7BS8k6sUFwo99qSdG3p3d9DEcG7IFCGOFo=
TOP TEN THINGS TEACHERS WISH PARENTS WOULD DO Be involved. Parent involvement helps students learn, improves schools, and helps teachers work with you to help your children succeed. Provide resources at home for learning. Utilize your local library and have books and magazines available in your home. Read with your children each day. Set a good example. Show your children by your won actions that you believe reading is both enjoyable and useful. Monitor television viewing and the use of videos game systems. Encourage students to do their best in school. Show your children that you believe education is important and that you want them to do their best. Value education and seek a balance between schoolwork and outside activities. Emphasize your children's progress in developing the knowledge and skills they need to be successful both in school and in life. Recognize factors that take a toll on students' classroom performance: Consider the possible negative effects of long hours at after school jobs or in extracurricular activities. Work with your children to help them maintain a . . .