Points of Pride

  • Thank You Selah School Board!

    Although we always appreciate their service, it is time to say “Thank You” to the Selah School Board! January is School Board Appreciation Month.

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  • National Qualifiers Again!

    The Selah High School FCCLA LifeSmarts Team is honky-tonk ready as they have qualified for national competition this summer in Nashville.

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  • Daniel Herrera is Ready to Serve!

    Selah High School junior, Daniel Herrera, is ready to serve as he has been selected as the new student representative on the Selah School District Board of Directors.

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  • Selah Academy Principal Honored with Safety Award!

    Selah Academy and Alternative Programs principal, Joe Coscarart, has always had a close-eye on student and staff safety. So, as the safety lead for operations at the Robert Lince campus, it is only fitting that Joe has been honored with the Second Annual Sheriff Brian Winter School Safety Award.

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  • Thank You Principals and Assistant Principals!

    In October, the Selah School District celebrated National Principals Appreciation Month. In acknowledging our building administrators for their leadership and commitment to cultivating quality and equitable learning environments, we have some thank-you celebrations to share.

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  • Preschool Program Selected as Project Demonstration Site

    The Robert Lince Early Learning Center is swapping its Viking blue for Huskey purple this year as the preschool program was selected as a demonstration site in the Inclusionary Practice Project.

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  • ECEAP Staff Shops 'Til The Drop for Families!

    Family support staff at the Robert Lince Early Learning Center shopped ‘til they dropped as they enjoyed doing their part and spending funds from a special grant to help the District’s littlest learners in the Early Childhood Education Assistance Program (ECEAP).

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  • SMS Trio Earn Second Place Honors at National FCCLA Convention!

    As we flashback again to summer and student accomplishments, congratulations to a trio of Selah Middle School students who definitely had their plate full over the summer—and it was full of gold medals and a second place finish at the national Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) convention!

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  • SHS LifeSmarts Team Crowned National Champs!

    Even though it’s September, it’s a summer rewind as we still have some bragging to do about Selah students and their accomplishments!

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  • Thank You Albertsons and Safeway for Supporting Our Schools!

    The Selah School District is extending a BIG THANKS to Albertsons and Safeway, their shoppers and the Albertsons and Safeway Foundation after receiving a $12,000 grant to help feed our families.

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  • Selah Students Recognized for Journalism Work

    Even though the new school year has begun, we still have some summer bragging to do as a quartet of Selah High School students used to reporting on the news made thCongratulations to Natalie Keller for being named the Unleashed Reporter and Photographer of the Year. e headlines for their work as members of the Yakima Herald Republic’s Unleashed Team.

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  • Robert Lince Kindergarten in the News!

    The Selah School District is in the news again as the new Robert Lince Kindergarten has been spotlighted.

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  • SHS Teacher Named WA-ACTE New Teacher of the Year

    Helping students and athletes stay on top of their “game,” Courtney Peart, a Selah High School Health Sciences teacher, has been recognized as the Washington Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) New Teacher of the Year.

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  • Congratulations SHS Class of 2020!

    In addressing her fellow Selah High School classmates comprising the graduating Class of 2020, as well as an immeasurable online audience, tri-valedictorian and class chosen speaker, Anna Ergeson, commanded the morning's virtual stage. As all eyes were tuned-in to her on Saturday, June 6, Ergeson, clad in the traditional Viking blue and gold, used the occasion to perfectly sum-up the Class' moment in the graduation spotlight, a topic that had been of interest since mid-March.

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  • Congratulations Selah Academy Graduates

    The 2020 graduating class from Selah Academy Online and Big Picture Learning celebrated success as 13 students earned diplomas in June. Honored students included those who graduated from Selah Academy or those who attended classes at both the Academy and Selah High School.

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  • Selah Schools Honored During School Recognition Week!

    The State Legislature has identified this week, April 27-May 1, as Washington School Recognition Week and in Selah we’re celebrating as Selah Middle School and Selah Academy Online are being recognized.

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  • Not Even Close to Slowing Down, Selah's Transportation Team Aces State Patrol Inspection!

    Not even close to slowing down, it’s already been a busy spring for the Selah School District’s Transportation Team as it continually works to keep Selah students safe!

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