• As we begin a new school year, the District would like to remind parents and other individuals providing school pick-up about some important transportation and student release information at John Campbell and Selah Intermediate School.  Please read here.  

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    • All Selah Students to Receive Free Meals Next School Year

      Prioritizing student nutritional needs, beginning with the 2022-2023 school year, all Selah School District students will receive daily meals at no cost. This is because the District will transition from the National School Lunch Program and participate in the federally-based system, Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). 

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    •  Welcome to Selah Intermediate School. We believe in partnering with families and the community to help students achieve their potential both inside and outside of the classroom. Through this combined effort students will benefit by growing into a contributing member of our community. Selah Intermediate’s mission is to provide creative and innovative support for every student, family, and staff member

    Points of Pride

    • SHS Teacher Wins HSCTE New Teacher of the Year Award

      Working to connect students to health, well-being, and people, Selah High School teacher, Heather Gamache, has been recognized as the Washington Health Sciences Career and Technical Education (HSCTE) New Teacher of the Year.

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    • JCP Assistant Principal Honored with Safety Award!

      With an eye on safety, John Campbell Primary School assistant principal, Cesar Ortiz, always has an eye on student and staff well-being.  So, as the safety lead for the John Campbell campus, it is only fitting that Cesar be honored with the annual Sheriff Brian Winter School Safety Award. 

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    • LifeSmarts Team Headed to Nationals!

      Congratulations to the five-member Selah High School Lady Viking LifeSmarts Knowledge Bowl Team!  After dominating the state’s competition and earning first place honors, they will test themselves against the nation’s best during the national contest later this spring in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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    • SHS Musicians Play Music to the Ears!

      Musicians from the Selah High School band recently played music to the ears and earned superior ratings from the WVMEA Band Adjudication contest.

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