Points of Pride

  • FCCLA LifeSmarts/Knowledge Bowl Qualifies for Nationals

    Selah High School Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) will once again be packing their bags for competition as the LifeSmarts Knowledge Bowl team has qualified for the national championship this summer.

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  • Collecting for a Cause!

    John Campbell Primary students have been collecting for a cause as they have spearheaded a food drive in honor of local Veterans. Throughout the month of November, students and staff showed their appreciation for military personnel by collecting food items to donate to the Freedom Pantry for Veterans.

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  • SHS Students Honored!

    In the world of dissenting politics, it is refreshing to see that two Selah High School students had the “write” stuff and the courage to have their voices heard by sharing their feelings on the greatness of America.

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  • In the Words of Students—Dear Veterans...Thank You!

    At the recent Veterans Day Assembly at Selah Middle School, two students wanted Veterans to know how they were appreciated. So, they penned their thoughts and words.

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  • Students Enjoy a Lively Celebration During Day of the Dead

    It was a lively celebration during the Selah School District’s Day of the Dead commemoration as vivid color, cultural song, and festive dance “set the spirit,” as students and families remembered loved ones.

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  • Benny on TV!

    For the past six years, Benny Thomas has been a part of the Selah Middle School educational team as its certified therapy dog. As the school’s unofficial mascot, Benny has touched all of our hearts. See what local media is reporting.

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  • Benny's Bones

    It seems so insignificant to say that Benny Thomas is just a dog. But, by definition, the Burnese Mountain Dog and daily fixture at Selah Middle School, is 100% canine. Down to his wagging tail, perfectly marked fur, big, brown eyes, and open mouth grin, Benny is definitely all pooch. He even has the “bones” to prove it.

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  • Selah High School is "In the News"

    Watch what KNDO is reporting about Selah High School and its nationally recognized sports medicine and athletic training program.

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  • SHS Receives National Safe Sports Award

    At Selah High School, keeping athletes “in the game” is the top priority. In earning recent recognition, the school has definitely "scor ed" as it is a recipient of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Safe Sports School award for its Sports Medicine Program and Athletic Training.

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  • Hannah Weeks is Ready to Serve!

    Even though the month of September marked the first school board meeting Hannah Weeks attended, the Selah High School junior is ready to serve! Appropriately, Weeks has been selected as the new student representative on the Selah School District Board of Directors.

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  • Intermediate Administrators Take a "Hit" to the Face with PRIDE!

    Talk about taking a hit to the face. However, it was with PRIDE that Selah Intermediate administrators willingly took a cream-filled smack to the face.

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  • Selah Intermediate Students Show Spirit During Annual Food Drive!

    Students at Selah Intermediate displayed their community spirit as they spearheaded the school’s annual food drive to benefit Selah and Yakima residents.

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  • CTE Classes Provide "Hands-On" Experience for Students!

    As the first weeks of classes are “in the books,” Selah High School students are gaining valuable hands-on learning experiences through Career and Technical Education (CTE) Programs at the campus.

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  • It's a BIG WELCOME to New Viking Staff!

    It's always a point of pride when we welcome new staff to the District! The start of a new school year and the new faces on our Selah campuses can only mean it has been an active hiring season!

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  • Another BIG Donation Benefiting Selah Students!

    As Selah students are settling into their back-to-school routines, generous supply donations continue to help families!

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  • Stuffing Backpacks for Students!

    As we head back to school, the Selah School District would like to extend a BIG THANKS to a volunteer team that has generously stuffed backpacks to ensure students return to class with the supplies they need.

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  • A Trio of Vikings Selected to All-State Team!

    A trio of Vikings have hit a home run as they have been honored with selection to the All-State Baseball Team released by the Washington State Baseball Coaches Association.

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  • 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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