SHS Announcements

    • Selah Summer Meals program
      FREE BREAKFAST & LUNCH
      AGES 1-18
      Open to the community
      Selah Intermediate
      Cafeteria
      June 18th — August 8th
      Tuesday-Thursday
      Closed July 4th
      8:30am-9am breakfast
      11:40pm-12:30pm lunch
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    • Juniors! Want to get a head start on your community service hours? Seniors! Still need a few more hours of community service? There are many
      opportunities to earn hours by volunteering at Selah Community Days, the weekend of May 18 th . Opportunities include: caramel apple booth, face
      painting booth, potato feed, and parking volunteers. Stop by counseling to sign up.

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    • As we are working to address our vaping and other safety issues, please be aware that we have created an email address (shsconcern@selahschools.org) for students and/or community members to use to let us know when something is going on regarding drugs/safety. Students can use this for reporting and we won't call in the reporting student for any further follow up unless there is an immediate threat to someone's safety.

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    Welcome

    • Welcome to Selah High School, home of the Vikings and where every student shows character, is capable, and is college and career ready.

    Points of Pride

    • Selah High School Students Headline the Story!

      A quartet of Selah High School students used to reporting on the news are now headlining the story as they have been honored this summer for their journalism work as members of the Yakima Herald Republic’s Unleashed team.

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    • Selah Middle School Students Bring Awareness to Human Trafficking

      For a group of Selah Middle School students, the statistics were too alarming to ignore, and, as they immersed themselves into a year-end assignment, the one number they could not overlook was 11. Eleven. This number, students found, is the figure that signifies the bottom of an age range, 11-21, when human trafficking statistically begins. For these students, who themselves are not many years past age 11, the figure signified one of the alarming statistics that motivated them to turn a classroom project into the need to act.

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    • "Limitations are the Anchors of What We Want to Be"

      As he stood before his fellow Selah High School graduates, class chosen speaker, Hunter Foster, commanded the afternoon's stage, and in doing so, used the moment to talk about a piece of equipment found on a water vessel—an anchor.

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