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  • Tick Control

    Please see the attached information.

    Sunnyside Elementary
  • Welcome to Sunnyside Elementary

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    Sunnyside Elementary
  • Shelton Cafeteria Nutrition and Wellness Summit

    Shelton Intermediate School

    Tuesday March 8th at 6:30 p.m.

     

    VITAHLS March Newsletter

    Sunnyside Elementary

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District News

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    Elementary School Redistricting Plan Public Meetings

    The redistricting plan proposal for Booth Hill, Elizabeth Shelton, Long Hill, Mohegan, and Sunnyside elementary schools was adopted by the Shelton Board of Education at their meeting on Wednesday, April 24, 2019. The Scenario 5 proposal and other important information can be viewed in the documents posted below. This adopted proposal provides the district with the best long-term redistricting outcome for all of our elementary schools. 

    All elementary school families that will be directly affected by redistricting will be contacted by their current school with a transition plan for their students. 

    Specific questions or concerns can still be emailed to redistricting@sheltonpublicschools.org.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

    Shelton Public Schools
  • Hidden in Plain Sight - April 25, 2019

    The Shelton Public School System is inviting parents and guardians of 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th grade students to an informative evening presented by CT Association of Prevention Professionals (CAPP) called “Hidden in Plain Sight”. This unique parent informational meeting will help to grow your skill set in recognizing how items used to Stash, Sip, or Smoke may be lurking in your own homes – “hidden in plain sight”.

    Adults will be able to walk through and experience a “hands on” search for clues of high risk behaviors in a typical home environment.  You’ll learn more about what to look for in drug trends such as concealment areas, hidden containers, clothing, paraphernalia, logos, and more. There will also be breakout sessions on Narcan and Vaping for your information.

    The Hidden is Plain Sight Presentation will take place on Thursday, April 25 at 6:00 p.m. in the Perry Hill School Cafeteria on 60 Perry Hill Road in Shelton.

    Shelton Public Schools
  • Showcase Shelton - April 4, 2019

    Please plan on attending the first annual Showcase Shelton which will be held on Thursday, April 4, 2019 beginning at 5:00 p.m. at Shelton High School. Showcase Shelton is a system-wide event highlighting exhibits, demonstrations, and performances from all K-12 Shelton public schools and community members. Doors open at 5:00 p.m.

    See attached flyer and schedule for more information

    Shelton Public Schools
  • Grading Timeline - 3rd Quarter & 2nd Trimester

    Please see attached grading timeline for the Third Quarter and Second Trimester of the academic year 2018-19.

    Shelton Public Schools
  • “A Parents Perspective” at the Plumb Memorial Library on Wednesday, May 15th

    Good Evening:


    This is a message provided by the Shelton Public School System for all Parents of Shelton Public Schools Special Education Students.

    On Wednesday May 15th from 6:30p TO 8:00p all Special Education parents and Guardians of Special Education Students are invited to attend a program entitled “A Parents Perspective” at the Plumb Memorial Library on Wooster St. in Shelton.

     

    This program will be presented by five parents who have experienced the Shelton Special Education system.

     

    These Parents will be offering information on a variety of topics regarding  Special Education including their own Personal Experiences, Services

    & Agencies available, Extracurricular Activities, Guardianships, Post Graduation Programs, Financial Information, Student Independence Opportunities along with a Question and Answer session.

     

    Anyone interested in attending should RSVP by Monday, May 13th to kristentreilly@sheltonpublicschools.org or call Kristen at 203-924-1023 Ext. 319.


    Your attendance is very much anticipated and appreciated.   Please check the www.sheltonpublicschools.org website for more information.


    Coffee and cookies will be provided.

    Shelton Public Schools
  • Shelton Public Schools is looking for Tutors and Substitute Staff

    The Shelton Public School system is looking for committed individuals who are interested in working as tutors and/or substitute staff for the remainder of the 2018-2019 academic year.  For more information please contact Human Resources:  203-924-1023, extension 339

    Shelton Public Schools

Principal's Message

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Birds are chirping and flowers are blooming. Sunnysiders are excited to enter the last trimester of the 2018- 19 school year. I cannot thank our families enough for their outstanding support with our Raise Craze fundraiser. The acts of kindness completed and donations collected are a testament to your commitment to your children and our school. I would like to thank our families for delving into our read initiative with Chocolate Touch. We are excited to share some chocolate-inspired activities during our Family Night on Wednesday, April 3rd at 6pm. In addition, some community businesses are joining us to share ways to combat those chocolate cravings. Although our book has ended, the love of reading as a family never ends. Take advantage of your local library and bookstores to continue this “family read” tradition. Our grade 3 & 4 students will be participating in the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) this May. They are assessed in three areas - reading content, mathematics content and mathematic performance task. Our testing window begins May 7 th and concludes on May 24 th; giving an extra week for make-up testing. Students are given extra time and may continue the following day if needed. We encourage students to get a good night sleep, arrive to school on time and eat a healthy breakfast. Our teachers and students have been working diligently incorporating higher level thinking skills and problem solving strategies into their daily lessons. They are well prepared and eager to demonstrate their skills. We have confidence in their ability to perform well.

Mrs. Amy Yost