District Announcements

    • Kindergarten Parent Meeting, February 27.

      Kindergarten Parent Informational Meeting

      (For Next Year's Kindergartners 2020-2021)

      Thursday, February 27

      See Information Here

      En Español

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    • Happy New Year!  Please find the attached proposal for adjusting start times in the Selah School District for the 2020-2021 school year.  Make sure to read through the FAQ portion of the document and use the link at the end of it to provide input.  The input period will last until February 14.  Thank you!

      Please CLICK HERE to learn more.

      En Español—Horario de Inicio–Preguntas & Consideraciones

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    • Learn more about weather related school operating decisions in the Selah School District.

      Winter Weather and Selah Schools

      Where to Look for Selah School District Inclement Weather Operating Decisions

      When Ole' Man Winter makes his annual visit, there are often early morning operating decisions that must be made in local school districts.  If the Selah School District alters its regular operation schedule with a delay or cancelation, here's how to find out more about the school day.

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    • Hello, Viking Nation! Click the link below to view the third Viking Vibe episode of the 19-20 school year! This episode features the design of the new JCP campus, Viking Ambassadors and a "thank you" to outgoing school board member, Kathy Lambert!  Click Here To Watch!

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    • We Have an App for That...

      Download our District app!

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    News Updates

    • Thank You Selah School Board!

      It’s time to thank a school board member! Nationwide and throughout Washington state, school districts are currently celebrating School Board Recognition Month.

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    • 2020-2021 Calendar Tentatively Set

      As we have officially welcomed the start of 2020 and a new decade, it is never too early to begin preparing for next school year. With that, the 2020-2021 student calendar has tentatively been set.

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    • SHS Computer Science Students Receive Hands-On Experience During Field Trip

      Selah High School computer science students received an up-close look at the industry as they traveled to Seattle to attend the TEALs Computer Science Fair at Microsoft and visited the headquarters of Amazon.

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    • It's All About the Kids

      In the big picture, It’s all about the kids. That's what teacher Brad Smith said when describing the Big Picture Learning Program at Selah Academy. In its inaugural year, Big Picture Learning (BPL) is a hands-on, innovative educational program, where the mission is putting students at the center of their learning through real-work experience.

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    • SHS Students Prepare to be Future Ready!

      Selah High School students are preparing to be future ready as the skills they gain in the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Program prepare them for professional opportunities.

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    • Thank you Kathy Lambert for your Service!

      Kathy Lambert has quite a tenure in the Selah School District. Now, the District would like to extend a special thanks and recognize Lambert for her Board service.

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    • Viking Ambassadors Make Connections!

      As the District rolls-out The Viking Promise, its strategic priorities for the next five years, a team of student ambassadors are working to make community connections in order to ensure the Promise is kept.

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    • A Construction Video Update

      As we near the end of November, construction on the new Robert Lince Kindergarten campus is well under way! Please enjoy this short video highlighting the progress we are building.

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    • Benny on TV!

      For the past six years, Benny Thomas has been a part of the Selah Middle School team as its certified therapy dog. As the school’s unofficial mascot, Benny has touched our hearts. See what local media is reporting.

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    • Dan Peters Elected to Selah School Board

      Following the returns of the November 5, General Election, the Selah School District welcomes Dan Peters as its newest school board member.

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    • Selah High School is "In the News!"

      Watch what KNDO is reporting about Selah High School and its nationally recognized sports medicine and athletic training program.

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    • SHS Receives National Safe Sports Award

      At Selah High School, keeping athletes “in the game” is the top priority. In earning recent recognition, the school has definitely "scored" as it is a recipient of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Safe Sports School award for its Sports Medicine Program and Athletic Training.

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    • Melissa Singletary Selected as Robert Lince Kindergarten Principal

      At the end of this school year Melissa Singletary’s tenure as a first-year assistant principal at John Campbell Primary will have been short-and-sweet; 366 days to be exact. That is because she has recently been named the principal of the Robert Lince Kindergarten campus, which will open its doors next fall.

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    • We Have an App for That!

      The Selah School District is launching its new app.

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    Welcome

    • Welcome to the Selah School District—Home of the Vikings

      In Selah, our school district is an important entity in the community and works with the City, local businesses, and various organizations to build a stable education system which helps develop a strong community overall.  Selah patrons have a solid reputation of supporting their schools. 

      The Selah School District serves approximately 3,500 students and is comprised of the Robert Lince Early Learning Center, John Campbell Primary School, Selah Intermediate School, Selah Middle School, Selah High School and Selah Academy.  Additionally, the District has a HomeLink Center as well as other alternative learning opportunities. 

      Our District is committed to achievement and its core purpose of ensuring high levels of learning for every student.  Also, staff and students follow the Viking Way, a culture of achievement where the foundation of the District’s beliefs emphasize that every student is worthy and capable of making meaningful contributions to his or her communities, strong character is at the heart of preparing our students for lifelong success, and in a culture of excellence every student graduates on time prepared for college and career opportunities.

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