Dear Viking Families
October is here, and we are still in awe of all of the great things happening around our campus this fall. We are thrilled to have kids back in the building learning full time, growing, and achieving academic success as each day passes. As we transition into October, we have several assessments taking place. We would like to take this opportunity to reach out to ask for support for our students from their families as we begin. Below you will find a breakdown of the dates, and a few things you can do to help your student.
Estimadas familias vikingas,
Octubre está aquí, y todavía estamos asombrados por todas las grandes cosas que suceden en nuestro campus este otoño. Estamos encantados de tener a los niños de regreso en el edificio aprendiendo a tiempo completo, creciendo y logrando el éxito académico a medida que pasa cada día. A medida que avanzamos hacia octubre, se están realizando varias evaluaciones. Nos gustaría aprovechar esta oportunidad para pedir apoyo a nuestros estudiantes por parte de sus familias al comenzar. A continuación encontrará un desglose de las fechas y algunas cosas que puede hacer para ayudar a su estudiante
Don't Be A Mask Mishap!
Parent and Family Engagement Policy and Procedure 2020-2021
Selah Middle School Core Values
Selah Middle School is a community where we stand up for each other and challenge one another to be our best.
- We treat each other with respect.
- We work hard, develop our talents, and aim for excellence.
- We do the right thing because it is the right thing to do, even when no one is looking.
- We strive to make our school a safe and positive place for everyone.
We are Vikings, and this is the Viking Way!
Points of Pride
A trio of Selah High School students used to reporting on the news are now making headlines for their work as members of the Yakima Herald Republic’s Unleashed Team. Selah’s featured newsmakers included Natalie Keller, Mary-Frances Ballew, and Indiana Hilmes.
As he stood high atop the day's biggest stage on the grounds which because of 15 months gone by were even more significant in meaning, faculty chosen speaker, Julian Gonzales, looked out at a sea of blue and gold and quickly cut to the reality of the occasion, "Here we all are at a graduation ceremony like no other."
The graduating class from Selah Academy Online and Big Picture Learning celebrated success on the evening of June 12, as 11 students were honored for earning their high school diplomas.