Second School Make-Up Day is Monday, June 12
Selah students made up the first of two snow closure days on Friday, February 17, as the District utilized its built in snow-day. The second snow make-up day is scheduled for Monday, June 12, which will also be the District’s last day of school for the 2016-2017 school year. On this day the early release schedule will be followed. Friday, June 9, now converts to a full day of school for students.
Viking Boys’ Basketball Crowned District Champs!
It was the battle of blue and gold and the Selah Boys’ Basketball Team prevailed!
Congratulations to the Viking Boys’ Basketball Team as it was crowned District Champs by defeating Wapato High School 87-65 this past Friday. The boys will face Mark Morris High School in a regional seeding game on Saturday February 25, at 4:00 p.m. at Central Washington University. The team then heads to the SunDome for state tournament play. Game times TBA.
Wrestlers Place at State!
The pins piled up and the wins piled up and it is congratulations to the Selah High School Wrestling Team which placed seventh at the State Mat Classic Tournament!
On the way to seventh place team honors and in their respective weight classes:Carlos Lopez was crowned State ChampAaron Pimentel was crowned State ChampDaniel Callahan earned Third Place honorsAj Au took Eighth Place honorsJaime Pimentel Flores earned Eighth Place.
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.
Points of Pride
Selah High School Freshman, Timothy Mowery, had a good look at government in action after spending a week in Olympia serving as a page for the Washington State Senate.
Even the snow and cold of this winter was melted by the inspirational performances by the Matsiko World Orphan Choir as they performed for students at John Campbell Primary School and Selah Intermediate.