I Got An Idea… Experience The Walking Dead Season 6 Finale in Virtual Reality. This is a video made by Sheldon High School’s K9 Studios
Congratulations Mr. Shupe!
Sheldon is proud to congratulate Adam Shupe for being named ABC10’s October Teacher of the Month! ABC10 profiled Mr. Shupe in a newscast! To see the story, click here: http://www.news10.net/features/teacher-of-the-month/
Teacher of the Month/Teacher of the Year is ABC10’s way of honoring exemplary teachers in our community and say ‘thank you’ for their hard work. ABC10 viewers, students, principals, parents, family and friends nominate educators they feel deserve this title. Each month Sac State selects a teacher out of this pool of nominees to be honored as ‘Teacher of the Month, receiving a $1,000 dollar check from School’s Financial Credit Union, a profile story on ABC10 and ABC10.net, an awards banner for the school, two award certificates (one for school and one for teacher) digital logos and other prizes!
Plus, all nominees are put in the running for Esquire IMAX and ABC10’s ‘Teacher of the Year’ winning an additional $5,000 dollars courtesy of School’s Financial Credit Union. The ‘Teacher of the Year’ ceremony is held every June at the fantastic Esquire IMAX Theater in downtown Sacramento.
To nominate a teacher you think is deserving and see all of ABC10’s Teacher of the Month nominees go to: http://www.news10.net/features/teacher-of-the-month/
SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
You always pass failure on the way to success. – Mickey Rooney
Attention all Photo Club Members - there will be a Photo Club meeting on Tuesday October 25th after school in room j006. We will be starting our first project. Hope to see you all there. (Coates 10/25)
A classic legend goes rogue in The HEART of ROBIN HOOD! This raucous and thrilling production explodes off the stage with swashbuckling, comedy, romance and music. The HEART of ROBIN HOOD puts a bold new twist on the story of the world’s most infamous outlaw. Robin Hood isn’t a beloved vigilante who gives to the poor... he’s just a headstrong thief! It’s up to the brave Maid Marion to protect the kingdom and show this legendary outlaw how to be a hero. You can buy tickets at the Studio Theatre Box Office window starting October 31st. Tickets are only $10 General Admission. There are 6 performances starting November 4th and continuing on November 5th, 10th, and 12th at 7:00, with matinee performances on November 9th at 4:00, and November 12th at 2:00. For more information, like Sheldon High School THEATREworks on Facebook or follow @SheldonTheatre1 on Twitter. Don’t miss this heart-pounding, eye-popping adventure — it’s Sherwood Forest like you’ve never seen it before! (Howard 10/26)
Are you stressed? Overworked?
Would you like to learn some relaxation techniques? Maintain healthy mind and body? Come if you are interested in being part of the Yoga Club. Our first meeting is on Tuesday, October 25th after school at 3:15 pm in room E008. Hope to see you there! (Montague 10/25)
Attention all BSU members. Our next meeting is this Wednesday, 10/26, at 9:00 am in room R007. See you there!! (Mamou 10/25)
Hey huskies, It’s week two of kids can and we are here to let you know we are still collecting cans to support the less fortunate in our community. We did not collect last week due to the many activities of homecoming. Our goal as a school site is to collect 8000 cans. If every husky donates 4 cans we will reach our goal. Just bring your cans to your 1st period class. If your class has the most cans per student by the end of our 4 weeks of collection your class will get a pancake breakfast. 2nd and 3rd place classes will receive juice and muffins. Lets go Huskies – WE all Can for Kids Can!!! (Ward 10/28)
Gentlemen’s Club – We get to meet all together on Wednesday at 9 am this week. Be in room C001 at 9 am. Please bring a tie and a coin. (McMorris 10/25)
Hey Huskies! This week Students Helping Students is sponsoring the #Smile project in support of suicide awareness and prevention. Did you know nearly 30,000 Americans commit suicide each year and suicide is the second leading cause of death among 15 to 24 year olds? That is way too high if you ask Students Helping Students! This week we want all Huskies to participate in our #Smile daily challenges. Today is a random act of kindness challenge and on Wednesday wear YELLOW! Just remember no one else can play your part, reach out and show you care!! (Ward 10/26)
Sheldon High School Sober Grad “Give Back” Fundraiser
10/25/16 5-11pm Leatherby’s Family Creamery at 8238 Laguna Blvd., Elk Grove. 20% of sales
will go towards funding the Sober Grad celebration. Please present the printed flyer or show it to the server from a mobile device. See you tonight at Leatherby’s where everyday is a Sundae! (Lowe 10/25)
Class and College News
Juniors and Seniors: Would you like to get a head start on College? You can earn college credits while in high school. Take Commuications 301, a CSU and UC transferable college course this spring, right here at Sheldon! The course will be taught by a CRC professor on our campus on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:20 – 4:50, beginning in January and concluding in May. For applications and details about Comm 301 and other college courses, sign up to attend Ms. Clark’s Advanced Education Meeting on Wednesday Oct 26th, or see Ms. McCabe. (McCabe 10/26)
Tonight is the night if you are interested in joining an Academy. Come to Academy Information Night at 6:00 pm in the cafeteria. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn all about our ACADEMIES! Applications will be available. (Grimm 10/25)
Reminder, we are on a reverse minimum day bell schedule this Thursday, 10/27/16. Below is the bell schedule for this day:
Come to Ashland and Experience Great Art!
Plenty of room, and plenty of fundraising opportunities!
See attached letter and itinerary for more information!
Deposit and Parent Permission accepted beginning WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5th to reserve your spot on the trip!
Bring to K009!
Hey Huskies! Attached below is Sheldon's tan and black hats that are on sale in the Student Store! We have a very limited number so come and buy them as soon as you can. It's $20 w/ASB and $23 w/o and open to teachers and students!
To 9th Graders and Parent/Guardians,
Are you interested in joining one of our Academies for next year?
Attend our Academy Information Night Tuesday, October 25th 6:00-7:00 pm in the Cafeteria. Applications will be available there.
Come and meet the Academy Heads and learn all about their exciting programs! See the attached flyer for more details.
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 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 81010.
Class of 2017 - @2017husky
Visit www.remind.com to learn more.
Login to your School Loop Account Here
For a more complete list of events please use the school calendar link above.
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News 10 Teacher of the Month
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: