SELAH ACADEMY ONLINE (GRADES 9-12)
Information for Parents
Reimagine: Navigating Distance Learning for Parents
Recorded Q & A on Learning Model OptionsHere is a link to the video recording of the Q & A session for families on learning model options for the 2020-21 school year that occurred on Thursday, August 13th.
- With Educator, Author and Speaker Jeff Utecht
- Co-Sponsored by the Selah Education Foundation and the Selah School District
- Link: https://youtu.be/
SELAH ACADEMY ONLINE & BIG PICTURE LEARNING OFFICE
NEW LOCATION & HOURS:
The Selah Academy Office, as of 6/22/20, has returned to the classroom closest to the Lince Gym. Our entrance is at the turnaround at the end of the SSD Admin parking lot. We are open from 7 am-3:15 pm. Please call to make an appointment (no drop-ins due to COVID restrictions). Please call 698-8062 for questions, procedures for enrollment, or for scheduling a Zoom meeting with the principal and/or counselor. We look forward to serving you in 2020-21!
SA ATTENDANCE: 698-8062
SA/SHS ATTENDANCE SPANISH HOTLINE: 698-8450
Welcome to Selah Academy and Selah HomeLink. Selah Academy provides an alternative high school setting for grades 9-12 with reduced class sizes and paced learning. The learning is delivered in several methods, with traditional online learning for science and electives (teachers located off-site with computer lab support staff), blended online learning (English teacher on-site), and more traditional curriculum with on-site teachers in mathematics and social studies. Physical Education is also offered.
Selah HomeLink is a K-8 program for those who desire a blend of homeschooling and some public school supplemental support. Please call us for information at 698-8062.
Points of Pride
In October, the Selah School District celebrated National Principals Appreciation Month. In acknowledging our building administrators for their leadership and commitment to cultivating quality and equitable learning environments, we have some thank-you celebrations to share.
The Robert Lince Early Learning Center is swapping its Viking blue for Huskey purple this year as the preschool program was selected as a demonstration site in the Inclusionary Practice Project.
Family support staff at the Robert Lince Early Learning Center shopped ‘til they dropped as they enjoyed doing their part and spending funds from a special grant to help the District’s littlest learners in the Early Childhood Education Assistance Program (ECEAP).