Home Page Logo
Sheldon High School Departments/Staff Bell Schedules Calendar Career Center Community Service Counseling Directions Library School Accountability Report Card Vocational Resources
Academics Academic Awards Pack Pride Renaissance
Athletics Athletic Schedules Athletic Boosters
Student Activities Academies ASB Clubs TEAM Husky
Forms Reading Writing Resource Manual Senior Project
Alumni Alumni Reports
Parent Volunteers Parent Seminars

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.

SHS ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Mr. Grivel was challenged by Mrs. Siever to accept the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS.  The challenge has now been brought by Mr. Grivel and ASB to the entire campus.  Thursday is the last day to put money in the container for the department you would like to see challenged for Friday during lunch.  As of Wednesday, English is the leading department, followed by ASB, and then PE.  Our totals are low and it wouldn't take much to change the standings with just a few small donations.  Please help us support the fight against ALS and bring whatever you can to donate and see your favorite teachers take on the Ice Bucket Challenge Friday.  Remember, Thursday at the end of second lunch is your last chance to donate.

News

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, August 28, 2014

 

Quote of the Day

My philosophy of life is that if we make up our mind what we are going to make of our lives, then work hard toward that goal, we never lose - somehow we win out. – Ronald Reagan

 

Today’s news

 

Teal, Black, and White!

Teal, Black, and White!

Attention all huskies!

Make sure to wear Teal, Black and White every Friday!

And to get your spirit Points for it at the spirit booth in the quad at lunch each Friday! (Grivel 8/28)

 

Come to the first meeting of Girls and Guys Who Code Club on September 2, Tuesday after school in room C-03. This should be a fun and exciting computer club for all.  We will be discussing what kind of content, activities and events you members will be interested in. See Mrs. Vranesic for more information. (Vransic 9/2)

 

Cafeteria News:  Would you like to earn community service hours and get a free lunch? Come see Kathy or Delene in the kitchen. We need 1 or 2 students per lunch to help in the snack bar. (Smith 8/29)

 

Hey Huskies! Are you an artist? Universal Rhythm is seeking an artist who would like to design this years company t-shirt. The t-shirt must have “Universal Rhythm Dance Company,” the year 2014-2015, and space for senior names with any unique design representing us. All designs must be electronically created. Submit your t-shirt design to M009 by September 15th. The winner will receive the shirt with their design and 2 free tickets to our annual Mainstage Production!  (Hobgood 9/2)

 

Hey Guys!!  It’s about that time again! Powder Puff Cheer Sign Ups are Thursday, September 4th in the AO. Come pick up your permission slips in the AO today!  (Grivel 8/28)

 

Attention Mathletes--  Meeting today.  After school, in room D107.  See you there. (Wallace 8/28)

 

"Are you a winner? Come win with us in Academic Decathlon. We will be competing against schools in the region. If you want a meaningful experience that will prepare you for college, come talk to Mrs. Newton in room 303 or attend the meetings on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7am in room 303."  (Newton 8/28)

Class news

SENIORS!!! This week is the last week to sign up for the senior payment plan with a late fee. Last day to sign up is on Friday, August 29th. Come to the AO/Sr. Window for more information or to pay for your payment. Also make sure to fill out a green Senior Payment Contract form along with your payment.  (Weaver 8/29)

 

Senior BBQ is on September 5, 2014. Come grab the pink form in the AO. Forms are due by Tuesday, September 2nd  in the AO!!!  (Weaver 9/2)

Attachments:
Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 8/28/14

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

SHELDON DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

 

Quote of the Day

There is a certain enthusiasm in liberty that makes human nature rise above itself, in acts of bravery and heroism.   – Alexander Hamilton

 

Today’s news

 

Cafeteria News:  Would you like to earn community service hours and get a free lunch? Come see Kathy or Delene in the kitchen. We need 1 or 2 students per lunch to help in the snack bar. (Smith 8/29)

 

 

Hi!  This year we will again be competing in the Air Force Cyber Patriot competition. Come and learn how to protect your computer against cyber attacks from hackers in a national cyber-defense competition. The Computer Club will

hold a sign-up meeting this coming Wednesday, August 27th at 3:15 in Room C005 in the Business Department.

See you there!”  (Foster 8/27)

 

 

Hey Guys!!  It’s about that time again! Powder Puff Cheer Sign Ups are Thursday, September 4th in the AO. Come pick up your permission slips in the AO today!  (Grivel 8/28)

 

HUT, HUT, HIKE!!

ATTENTION Ladies!! Interested in Powder Puff Football? Sign Ups are Wednesday, September 3rd at 3:15 in the Cafeteria after school. You must bring your ID, $12 for your shirt, and a completed permission slip which you can pick up in the activities office.  (Grivel 8/27)

 

 

Get a jump on your community service hours!  Cosumnes CSD is looking for volunteers to work the Best of Elk Grove Party Friday, September 12 from 4:30-9:30 p.m. at Laguna Town Hall.  Volunteers are needed to run carnival games, hand out goodie bags at the door, sell raffle tickets and more.  If you are interested, please email Captain@PiratesIslandEG.org or call Jenny at 405-7168.  (McCabe 8/27)

 

 

“Hello Mathletes.  We will be having our first mathletes meeting Thursday, 28th at 3:15 in room D107.

Be there or be squared.”  (Wallace 8/27)

 

 

Vocal and Dance workshops for our fall musical, Little Shop of Horrors are next week.  Join us in the Choir room on Tuesday Sept. 2nd for a vocal workshop and  in the PAC on Thursday, Sept. 4th for a Dance workshop.  We will be teaching you songs from the show to audition with and the dance routine you will need to know for the audition.   We hope to see you there!  (Fox 8/27)

 

 

Scripts are available for a 24 hour check out for the fall musical Little Shop of Horrors.  Stop by K009 or PAC1 to check out a copy.  (Fox 8/27)

 

"Are you a winner? Come win with us in Academic Decathlon. We will be competing against schools in the region. If you want a meaningful experience that will prepare you for college, come talk to Mrs. Newton in room 303 or attend the meetings on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7am in room 303."  (Newton 8/28)

 

“Welcome back CSF members! We will be holding a brief informational meeting for any students interested in running for office Wednesday, Aug. 27th after school, in room 328. See you there!”  (Steger 8/27)

 

Class news

 

SENIORS!!! This week is the last week to sign up for the senior payment plan with a late fee. Last day to sign up is on Friday, August 29th. Come to the AO/Sr. Window for more information or to pay for your payment. Also make sure to fill out a green Senior Payment Contract form along with your payment.  (Weaver 8/27)

 

Senior BBQ is on September 5, 2014. Come grab the pink form in the AO. Forms are due by Tuesday, September 2nd  in the AO!!!  (Weaver 8/27)

 

 

Posted by: Cheryl Sedgwick
Published: 8/27/14

Sober Grad Committee Looking for New Members

The Sober Grad Committee is having their first meeting of the year on Wednesday, August 27 at 6:30pm in the Counseling Office at SHS.  This is a parent run committee that is responsible for planning and coordinating the Sober Grad Event at Golfland Sunsplash following graduation.

 

Each year, the Sober Grad Committee works with local businesses, school administration, and You, our Sheldon Community to deliver a safe, fun and memorable event for our graduating Seniors. Events must be planned well in advance (due to reserving the venue, ensuring entertainment is booked and available, funds are raised for raffles, food, and treats for the students during the event, and to recruit volunteers who are able to work the whole or partial shift which runs over the course of 6-8 hours). Ask an alumni who attended the event how they enjoyed the experience and you will get a positive reply about the fun, activities, and safe environment that was provided for them and their friends.

 

Ideally, the committee will consist of parents of all grade levels so there is continuity as students/parents graduate and move on. We are asking that you consider serving on the Board or as a Volunteer even if your student is a Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior this academic year. Your time will be well spent understanding the organization and fundraising activities that need to take place as well as the purpose of the Committee and why it strives to ensure that as many students who want to participate with Sober Grad Night can participate.

 

If you are not able to attend tomorrow's meeting but are interested/have questions regarding Sober Grad Committee service, please send an email to sobergradcommittee@hotmail.com.

Posted by: Craig Grivel
Published: 8/26/14

Sheldon Baseball Golf Classic

On behalf of Head Coach, Matt McGrew, you are invited to participate in the First Annual Sheldon Baseball Golf Classic.  This new event is a fund raising event for the Sheldon High School Baseball Boosters.

 

The event will be held Sunday, October 5, 2014, at Bradshaw Ranch Golf Course on Bradshaw Road, Sacramento.

 

Attached are the golfer registration forms and volunteer sign-up sheet with volunteer job descriptions.

 

We are immediately seeking sponsors for the event.  Attached is the sponsorship  form that details many ways that you and/or our employer or business can support this event.  The form details the marketing and other fringe benefits that you will receive from your sponsorship.  The sponsor opportunities are on a first come basis and there are many levels to choose from.

 

There are ONLY 124 spaces left available for golfers.  Your entry fee of $50.00 will provide you with a light lunch, beverages throughout the tournament, 18 holes of golf, prizes for hole contests, and a catered dinner.  There are two start times; 11:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. and they will be determined on a first come basis with receipt of payment.

 

The Sheldon High School baseball program is in need of field renovation and equipment for the program.  All funds from this event will promote furthering the tradition of Sheldon Baseball and go directly to development of our players and facilities.

 

Help us make this event a HOMERUN!  Come have fun and support our ballplayers.

 

Respectfully,

 

Sallie Merker

Event Chair

salliemerker@aol.com

(916)973-1500

Posted by: Craig Grivel
Published: 8/21/14

WORK PERMIT APPLICATIONS
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

Senior Dedication Contract

SENIOR DEDICATIONS 2015 YEARBOOK

 Purchase Senior Dedications for the 2015 Yearbook NOW. Dedications are a great way to personalize a senior yearbook, and make the memories extra special. We really want to be able to feature most, if not every, senior in the dedication space. To do this we have lowered prices below what it costs to print the page, lower than most schools in the are, and also have offered a small size that is more affordable. Parents can place a dedication to a child, friends can do a group dedication, clubs and organizations can also do dedications to the senior members. You can print this contract and submit it to the front office with payment to reserve your space.  We did sell out last year and had to turn people away, so reserve your space now because once space is gone sales will close.

Attachments:
Posted by: Adam Shupe
Published: 5/30/14

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 appropriate information below to (916) 661-4750.  You can opt-out of messages at anytime by replying 'unsubscribe @______'.

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

To receive messages via email, send an email to @________@mail.remind.com.  Fill the blank in with the appropriate @title from above.  To unsubscribe, reply with 'unsubscribe' in the subject line.

WHAT IS REMIND AND WHY IS IT SAFE?
Remind is a one-way text messaging and email system.  With Remind, all personal information remains completely confidential.  Teachers will never see your phone number, nor will you ever see theirs.  Visit www.remind.com to learn more.

Login to your School Loop Account Here

Parents - Register once for one student then add your other students to that account. You don't need to register for each student.

Get the Husky Nation App in Google Play Here

WEBSTORE 
Click here to buy items online

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

Today: 8/28/14

 

portal_logo_sm.jpg

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:

http://www.egusd.net/students_parents/portal.cfm

File Readers

Throughout this website you may find files that can be downloaded as either an Adobe pdf file or as a Microsoft Word document.  Please use the links below to download readers for both if you do not have the needed programs.

 

Adobe pdf reader

Microsoft Word reader