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WASC Student Survey

We ask that all 10th-12th grade Sheldon students help us in our WASC Accreditation by completing the student survey.  Please visit http://bit.ly/shsstudentwasc and complete the online student survey.  This survey provides valuable feedback for our self-study that supports the accreditation process.  You will need your ID number and birthdate to login.  All responses are anonymous and not connected to your student name in any way.

WASC Parent Survey

We ask all Sheldon parents to help us in our WASC Accreditation by completing the parent survey.  Please visit http://bit.ly/shsparenteval and complete the online parent survey.  This survey provides valuable feedback for our self-study that supports the accreditation process.  Students and staff will also be completing surveys at a later date.  Thank you.




Friday, December 19, 2014



I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 


Today’s news


Attention Husky Nation! Mission Planet Earth is doing a recycling project called TripleR Project. You Will find Cardboard Boxes In Many Classrooms Around Campus Including The Library And The office. Please recycle plastic water bottles, soda cans and even Ink Cartridges!  This project will run for the whole year and the money raised will be donated to a non profit organization. So please recycle and help the Earth!  (O’Bear 12/19)


Attention Mr. Tharp’s honors art students from last year. Your art that was at the district office is now back at Smedberg. Please come by K01 at Smedberg to pick it up.  (Howard 12/19)


Class news

If you missed the deadline for the 4th senior payment plan, which will pay for the Senior Trip, you still have a chance.  Go to the senior window during lunch on Tuesday or Wednesday or after school on Thursday and Friday.  The cost is $25 which includes a $5 late payment.  If you miss this final deadline, you will be dropped from the payment. (Weaver 12/19)


Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 12/19/14

Advanced Education Opportunity at CRC

Hey Juniors and Seniors!  Have you thought about getting a head start on college?  It is not too late to take advantage of the Advanced Education program and take classes at Cosumnes River College next semester.  Take another look at what CRC has to offer!  Check out the links in the “High School Students” section on their homepage at www.crc.losrios.edu

Posted by: Angela McCabe
Published: 12/19/14

Shakespeare's MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING - Theatre's Spring Show AUDITIONS!

Spring Theatre Show


Some Cupid kills with arrows, some with traps.


Sheldon High School’s performing arts department is proud to present its new adaptation of the classic comedy by Shakespeare!


Much Ado About Nothing

Auditions for Sheldon THEATREworks’ Spring production, Much Ado About Nothing, are scheduled for January 21-22, 2015. The auditions will take place in the Studio Theatre immediately after school. In addition, there will be a SHAKESPEARE workshop on Tuesday, January 20th prior to the audition. Any Sheldon student with a grade point average of 2.0 or above is eligible and encouraged to participate.


Much Ado About Nothing requires a large cast, with main roles for 18 actors, and an ensemble of up to 30! Come out and be a part of the great Award-Winning Sheldon Theatre Program!


 Much Ado About Nothing is perhaps one of Shakespeare’s most popular and enduring comedies. The play is, among other things, a comedy about love, hate, jealousy, and miscommunication – a forerunner to today’s romantic comedies. Shakespeare filled

 Much Ado About Nothing with physical comedy, disguised lovers, intelligent wit, wily tricks, double-entendres, an evil villain, and of course, a happy ending!

As young lovers Hero and Claudio fall in love, a “merry war” rages on between Beatrice and Benedick. To pass the time until their wedding, Hero and Claudio conspire with the Prince, Don Pedro, to set a “lover’s trap” for Benedick, an arrogant and witty confirmed bachelor, and Beatrice, his favorite sparring partner. Meanwhile, the jealous Don John conspires to break up the happy wedding by accusing Hero of infidelity. In this classic “battle of the sexes”, all ends well when it is discovered that all the drama was “much ado about nothing.”

Sheldon’s production will be set in the mod 60’s, at Leonata’s swank pad. This is a fast paced production filled with trendy fashion, big hair, and plenty of sweet ‘60’s music and dancing! It promises to be a psychedelic hip time!Show More

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Audition information is available in K009 or PAC1. Performance dates are April 10, 11, 16, 17, and 18 @ 7 PM, and April 18 @ 2 PM, in the PERFORMING ARTS CENTER THEATRE. 


Posted by: Craig Howard
Published: 12/19/14

Bank of America Student Leaders Program

Since its inception in 2005, the Bank of America Student Leaders® Program has recognized more than 2,000 exemplary high school juniors and seniors who have a passion for improving their communities.  The program helps students gain a greater understanding of how nonprofits create impact in the community and helps develop them as the next generation of community leaders through two components:

  • A summer eight-week paid internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank. This internship is designed to provide opportunities for the students to develop and apply leadership skills through hands-on work experience, while raising their awareness of community issues addressed by their Host Organization. 
  • The week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders® Summit in Washington, D.C. from July 12-17, 2015. Conducted in partnership with the Close Up Foundation, the Summit introduces students to aspects of civic, social and business leadership and provides them with knowledge and skills they will use throughout their life to create positive community change.

For more information and application (due Jan. 31, 2015) please go to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders.

Posted by: Craig Grivel
Published: 12/18/14

Need Money For College? Enter The Lions Club of California Annual Student Speakers Contest!

2014-15 Student Speaker Contest Topic:

"Water Conservation - How Can We Reduce, Recycle and Reclaim?"

15 District Winners receive $4,500. each

4 Area Winners receive $11,000. each

1 Final Winner receives $21,000.

Additional cash awarded to Region, Zone, and Club winners

Club Contest will be held January 26, 2015

Competition open to all California High School students.  Students entering the contest prepare a talk to be as close as possible to, but not over, ten minutes, nor less than five minutes delivery time.

For more information see the posting in the Sheldon Career Center, visit the website MD4lions.org, or contact Warren Weaver at 685-3536

Posted by: Angela McCabe
Published: 12/16/14


Make sure to get your 2015 yearbook before they sell out. We did sell out of the books the last 2 years. Make sure you have yours.

You can order online at http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A01023295 and pay with a credit card. You CAN EVEN split up payment into 3 easier payments. Get your now before prices go up in December. A yearbook makes a great Christmas or Birthday present.


Yearbooks can also be purchased on campus in the student store or the front office.

Posted by: Adam Shupe
Published: 10/10/14

Welcome back Sheldon students!
A new work permit application must be completed for the 2014-2015 school year. This is for students currently working or who have found a new job.   Please print the applications attached or pick up a new form in the counseling office. Our office hours are 7:00am - 3:45pm
Posted by: Jill Aldana
Published: 8/6/14

Get School Information by Text Message

If you would like to receive periodic information regarding upcoming activities or school wide information via text message please sign up for our new Remind service.  There are accounts for the entire school and then for each class.  Examples of information that might be sent out would be updates on upcoming games and events, safety/security messages, information on days with a different bell schedule, testing information and more.  Class specific messages could include senior payment updates, senior event updates, junior prom information, TEAM Husky reminders to freshmen and more.

To receive message via text, text the highlighted information below to (916) 661-4750.  

Seniors - @2015husky
Juniors - @2016husky
Sophomores - @2017husky
Freshmen - @2018husky


Visit www.remind.com to learn more.

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For a more complete list of events please use the school calendar link above.

Today: 12/19/14
8:00 AM Finals - Periods 3 & 4

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The Elk Grove Unified School District has launched a new secure EGUSD Portal website that will allow parents and guardians the option to receive their student’s official academic progress reports and report cards electronically.  Parents and guardians will also be able to securely update and change opt-out elections, such as directory information, posting of student photos, and movies and videos.  Additional features and reports are planned for the portal in the near future that will provide parents and guardians with the opportunity to view other academic information about their student rather than receive printed reports through the U.S. mail. 

For more information please go to the following link:


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