Congratulations to Cheyenne Thibodeau on being named to the TVC Academic All-Conference 2024! #WeAreShelton
about 21 hours ago, Activities Director
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Thank You to Patty Wiehn from Cornerstone Bank for presenting to our elementary students about the importance of financial literacy. It's crucial to start teaching these concepts early on, and presentations like these can make a significant impact on young minds. Financial literacy sets a strong foundation for responsible decision-making later in life. It's wonderful to see organizations like Cornerstone Bank investing in the education of the community.
about 22 hours ago, Jeff Kenton
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We would like to thank the PTO for providing the funds to purchase reading incentives for our students.
about 24 hours ago, Jeff Kenton
Letter
Mrs. Kropp outlines the importance of setting aside time to read and our April & May reading incentive. Thank You to the PTO for providing financial assistance to our reading incentive program.
2 days ago, Jeff Kenton
Letter
Breakfast Change: Wednesday Breakfast: pancakes, early riser, fruit Thursday Breakfast: breakfast sausage, egg, cheese croissant
3 days ago, Jenette Meyer
The Midwest Nebraska Track Classic in Gothenburg scheduled for today has been cancelled due to weather. #WeAreShelton
3 days ago, Activities Director
Due to the forecasted weather for the day, the JH Track Invite in Franklin has been canceled. It will NOT be rescheduled. #WeAreShelton
3 days ago, Activities Director
Mark your calendars for the Spring Elementary Concert.
4 days ago, Jeff Kenton
Program
Shelton State Champions 2024 t-shirts!! Get them here! https://www.mydynamicts.com/sheltonbasketball/shop/home
4 days ago, Julie Wiese
We are a little over a week away from the Activities Banquet! Click the following link for more information: https://bit.ly/SHSActivitiesBanquet
4 days ago, Activities Director
We are under way here in Shelton! #WeAreShelton
8 days ago, Activities Director
meet
Junior/Senior Students and Parents, Please be sure to pay for your prom tickets. It is $40 per couple and $25 for a single. Also, post-prom permission forms need to be turned in to Mrs. Flint ASAP!
8 days ago, Shanna Gannon
Track picture day! #WeAreShelton
9 days ago, Activities Director
track pics
Just a reminder that Thursday, April 11th will be a normal school day for Shelton Elementary. We are hosting The Shelton Invitational Track Meet on this day. Elementary classes will be business as usual. Thanks
10 days ago, Jeff Kenton
JH track is under way in Sandy Creek for the Lawrence Nelson meet. Good luck tracksters! #GoBigBlue #WeAreShelton
10 days ago, Activities Director
Students enjoying the partial solar eclipse this afternoon.
11 days ago, Jeff Kenton
Eclipse
Mr. Walter provided some hitting instruction during a 2nd-grade PE lesson this afternoon.
11 days ago, Jeff Kenton
PE
Please click the following link for new information about making up snow days. https://bit.ly/43NsH95
15 days ago, Shanna Gannon
SYTC DAY #2 šŸ“ Shelton Track šŸ—“ April 3rd, 2024 šŸ•°ļø 5:00 PM - 6:15 PM ā˜€ļø 54 - šŸ’Ø NNW 21 mph šŸ“ HJ - SP - Relay Exchanges
16 days ago, Jeff Kenton
SYTC
With spring comes the annual Nebraska Student-Centered Assessment System, (NSCAS), testing window. The NSCAS Assessments are given to all students in grades 3 through 6th. The testing schedule for Shelton Elementary is as follows: Tuesday, April 23 - NSCAS English Language Arts Test - 5th & 6th Grades Wednesday, April 24 - NSCAS Math Test - 5th & 6th Grades Tuesday, April 30 - NSCAS English Language Arts Test - 3rd & 4th Grades Wednesday, May 1 - NSCAS Math - 3rd & 4th Grades Thursday, May 2 - NSCAS Science - 5th Grade May 3, through May 10 - NSCAS Make-Up Test Days if needed Please encourage your student(s) to do their best and show what they know. The NSCAS Assessments are important in providing educators, administrators, and decision-makers at all levels with the insights we need to support student learning. State assessments provide valuable data and a current picture of student learning in every school and district across the state. Here are a few strategies we can all utilize to help prepare our students for these tests: See that your child is rested and eats breakfast See that your child arrives at school on time and is relaxed Encourage your child to do their best work possible Please try to schedule appointments on non-testing days
16 days ago, Jeff Kenton