Georgie Shafer has qualified in the 100 meter hurdles, 300 meter hurdles, and the triple jump.
Aley Curran has qualified in the discus.
Guyla Boyle has qualified in the 800 meter run.
The Selkirk Lady Rangers Fastpitch team took 1st place at the district tournament on Saturday, May 11th and secured a place in the state tournament on May 24th and 25th in Yakima. They will play in the regional tournament on Saturday, May 18th at Medical Lake for seeding. Congratulations Rangers!!
Click here for Regional Tournament bracket
The Selkirk School District Board of Directors is accepting nominations for the “Selkirk Educator of the Year”. Nominations can be made for any position within the Selkirk School District, teachers, para-educators, secretaries, bus drivers, cooks, custodians, school board members, etc. Nominations will be accepted from students, parents, patrons, educators and administrators.
Click here for the nomination form. Forms can also be obtained at both schools, or the district office. Only one nomination per person. Your completed form may mailed to the address below or hand delivered to the Selkirk School District Office in the Selkirk Elementary by Friday, May 17th.
Selkirk School District
PO Box 129
Metaline Falls, WA 99153
middle, and high schools across the state. Selkirk is proud to receive the
following awards for 2012:
►Selkirk Middle School - Overall Excellence
►Selkrik High School - Outstanding Achievement
Please register early!
Andy Anderson- 446-2420 between 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM
Kathy Mondich- 442-3435
Since 1996, hundreds of students in the Selkirk School District
have benefited from the care and compassion of Dianne Allert who
will retire in June after 17 years as a guidance counselor. Allert
has worked tirelessly to ensure students receive the opportunity
to attend college. Under her guidance this past year, 100% of
eligible students completed applications for federal student aid and
the state's College Bound Scholarship. In addition, many students
took the SAT and/or ACT college entrance exams, completing their
college applications and identifying scholarship opportunities. "Dianne has been
amazing with her dedication to the students in Selkirk," says Keith Slim Tolagai,
College Bound Scholarship counselor at the College Success Foundation. "She
has been the key to opening doors for many of them, beginning with College Bound
sign-ups and taking the time to literally walk them through the process of getting
into college. Dianne is awesome." "Dianne is the consummate counselor," says
Donna Jo Smith from CCS Institute of Extended Learning. "She is so passionate
about her students' success!" Thank you Dianne. You will be missed.
edition of the NEWESD 101 Focus on Education
newsletter. This story recognizes the unique
environmental science program Mr. Kinney created
here at Selkirk. The program not only gives students
wonderful exposure to real world math and science,
it also provides the school an essential water treatment
service. Click Here to read the NEWESD 101 article.
The Sophomore Class is doing a recycled grocery bag fundraiser. They are collecting and scrubbing up grain sacks, trimming to size, sewing them up and attaching webbed handles. If you have empty grain sacks they would love to have them. These bags are awesome for Costco shopping!!! They have numerous colors and styles to choose from for the low-low price of $5.00. Thank you for your support of the sophomore class. Contact Mrs. Cain.
State Board of Education. Even better, there was only one other regular public high school
in the entire state, any size, that had a higher overall index score.
►On May 8, U.S. News and World Report identified Selkirk also one of America's Best High Schools.
This marks the sixth consecutive year Selkirk has received this distinction.
Thank you staff, administration, parents & students!!!
Respect ♦ Attitude ♦ Pride ♦ Believe
6 – 12 from the Ione, Metaline and Metaline Falls area, our dedicated staff works
together to prepare our students for lifelong success. With the support of parents
and the community, we are making a positive difference in the lives of our students.
|Principal: Mr. Larry Reed
Secretary: Mrs. Michelle Grant
Secretary: Mrs. Pam Zimmerman
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