News Updates

  • Updated Schedule for the 2022-2023 School Year Reflects Adjustments for Preschool Students

    With its commitment to maintain quality educational opportunities and best serve Selah families, the District has revised the start date for preschool students so there is no remote learning needed, as well as modified the program’s full-day bell schedule. 

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  • District to Implement ParentSquare Communication Tool

    We are excited to announce that the District has adopted a new centralized form of school-to-home communication called ParentSquare. This unified communications platform is designed to keep parents informed and encourage greater engagement and connection with our District and schools.

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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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  • Administrative Transitions and New Hire

    The District has announced that familiar faces, Joel Starr, Jeff Cochran, Joe Coscarart, Sarah Hansen, Kendra Korynta, and new hire, Heather Burfeind, will fill administrative positions next year.

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  • A Savings to Selah Taxpayers

    There is some good news for Selah taxpayers!  In the years to come, they will be saving money—millions! The Selah School District has successfully taken advantage of current low bond interest rates to save taxpayers almost $4.7 million over the next 15 years.

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  • Preserving a Piece of Sunset History!

    As the new John Campbell Primary facility is constructed to represent the future, a piece of Selah School District history remains to connect the past.

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