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Student Government Appointed Applications Due April 7

Applications for appointed Student Government positions are available for the 2017-18 school year.  Please go to Google Classroom and sign up using the class code - dn4cp6s - to access the application packet.  Applications are due Friday, April 7.  Interviews will be the week after Spring Break.


Position Open to grades: Filled by:
ASB (2nd Period Class)    
President: 12 Thomas Le
Vice President: 11-12 Appointed
Spirit Committee    
Athletic Commissioner 11-12 Appointed
Construction/Decoration Commissioner 11-12 Appointed
Homecoming Commissioner 11-12 Appointed
Publicity Commissioner 10-12 Appointed
Rally Commissioner 11-12 Simran Thandi
Spirit Commissioner 11-12 Appointed
Academics/Recognition Committee    
Academics Commissioner 11-12 Appointed
Elections Commissioner  12 Appointed
Renaissance Commissioner 11-12 Appointed
Secretary 10-12 Appointed
Staffulty Recognition Commissioner 11-12 Appointed
Technology Commissioner 10-12 Appointed
Community Committee    
Club Commissioner 11-12 Appointed
Community Outreach Commissioner 11-12 Appointed
Diversity Commissioner 11-12 Manmit Chahal
Events Commissioner 10-12 Appointed
TEAM Husky Commissioner 11-12 Appointed
Treasurer 11-12 Appointed
Class Councils (4th Period Class)    
Class of 2018    
President: 12 Megan Simmons
Vice President: 12 Luong Lu
Spirit/Publicity Representative 12 Daisy Ly
Treasurer/Secretary 12 Appointed
Historian 12 Appointed
Senior Payment Plan/Sober Grad. 12 Appointed
Community/Parent Outreach Commissioner 12 Appointed
Class of 2019    
President: 11 Melody Chan
Vice President: 11 Tasfia Bari
Spirit/Publicity Representative: 11 Asia Hollingsworth
Treasurer/Secretary 11 Appointed
Historian 11 Appointed
Community/Parent Outreach Commissioner 11 Appointed
Class of 2020    
President: 10 Appointed
Vice President: 10 Robert Williams
Spirit/Publicity Representative: 10 Kaili Nakagawa
Treasurer/Secretary 10 Appointed
Historian 10 Appointed
Community/Parent Outreach Commissioner 10 Appointed
Class of 2021    
President: 9 Appointed
Vice President: 9 Appointed
Spirit/Publicity Representative: 9 Appointed
Treasurer/Secretary 9 Appointed
Historian 9 Appointed
Community/Parent Outreach Commissioner 9 Appointed

Sheldon Celebrates 20 Years!

Calling all Sheldon alumni! We are celebrating our 20 year anniversary and we would like to include you. We are putting together a slide show of our alumni and need your information. Please go to bit.ly/Husky20 and fill out the quick form to submit your information and pictures. Share with everyone you know so we can include as many people as possible. We will be sharing the slide show on the school website. Today is a great day to be a Husky! Thanks




Tuesday, March 28, 2017


Today’s Thought


Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.  – Pele

Today’s news


STUDENT STORE NEWS:   If you haven’t already got a class shirt this year, now is the time to do it!  This week class shirts will be marked down by $2.00, so come by the Student Store and pick one up!  (Shupe 3/31)


H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S. Hilarious. “Boisterously merry; extremely funny.” Hilarious. THEATREworks’ mainstage production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, promises to be a HILARIOUS good time! At The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. Six spellers enter; but only one speller leaves the Spelling Champion of Putnam County! The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is coming NEXT WEEK to the SHELDON PAC. For more information, “like” Sheldon High School THEATREworks on Facebook or follow @SheldonTheatre1 on Twitter. Don’t miss Sheldon THEATREworks’ production of this Broadway hit!  (Howard 3/31)


Hey, hey, Huskies! The very last Food Faire of the year is TOMORROW! Tickets will be sold before school at 9AM and during both lunches. Don't forget!!  (Grivel 3/28)


"Hey Huskies, come out to Precision Drill Team auditions the first week of April.  April 3rd will be the first day in K011 dance room from 3:15-3:30.  It will be an informational meeting explaining the details of the rest of the week’s audition process.  Final auditions will be held Friday, April 7th."  (Kendro 3/31)


Attention all students using the Student Parking Lot – Please be reminded that the first four parking rows closest to the school are reserved for STAFF ONLY.  If you park in one of these rows without a valid STAFF PARKING PERMIT you may be towed.  Thank you for your cooperation. (Mola 3/29)


Class and College News


“ATTENTION ALL FRESHMEN WHO SIGNED UP FOR AP WORLD HISTORY NEXT YEAR!!!! There is a MANDATORY meeting tomorrow, March 29th, in the cafeteria at 3:15 with Ms. Newton and Mr. Goodwin. See you there!” (M. Newton 3/29)


Hey hey seniors! ball tickets are now on sale! buy yours today at the student store window for $60 with asb and $65 without.. don't miss out...   (Weaver 3/31)



Black Light Dance tickets are on sale now, $10 w/ ASB and $15 w/o. The dance is on March 31st at 7pm-10pm. Food and fun will be available ;)). Hurry up now before the fallout shelter fills up... the apocalypse is here!


Please join us in the Sheldon Cafeteria on Wednesday, April 5th from 6:00 - 8:00PM for Junior Parent Night.  

College Information 6:00 - 7:00 

Representatives from Cosumnes River College, CSU Sacramento and UC Davis will provide:

  • Community College, CSU and UC information
  • Timelines, Tests, Admission Requirements
  • Panel Discussion

Senior Information 7:00 - 8:00 

Sheldon ASB Students will provide details about:

  • Senior Activities
  • Senior Payment Plan
  • Senior Portraits
  • Cap and Gown, Class Rings

The senior year is fun-filled and very busy... don't miss this opportunity to get important information that will help you successfully navigate the year and minimize your stress levels.  


How do you spell H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S?

Sheldon High School THEATREworks is proud to present its SPRING production of the hit Broadway Musical


Sheldon High School Performing Arts Center
April 7, 8, 20, 21, and 22 @ 7:00 pm
April 22 @ 2:00 pm



At The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, an eclectic group of six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. While candidly disclosing hilarious and touching stories from their home life, the tweens spell their way through a series of [potentially made-up] words hoping to never hear the soul-crushing, pout-inducing, life un-affirming "ding" of the bell that signals a spelling mistake. Six spellers enter; one speller leaves! At least the losers get a juice box.

Winner of the Tony and the Drama Desk Awards for Best Book, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee has charmed audiences across the country with its effortless wit and humor. A riotous ride, complete with audience participation, Spelling Bee is a delightful den of comedic genius and a fast-paced crowd pleaser and an instant theatre patron favorite.

This production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is directed by Craig Howard, assisted by Royea Fox, with choreography by Katie Rogers, musical direction by Stafford Hebert and Justin Bunselmeier, costumes by Denise Lorenz, technical direction by Larry Fox, and design by Larry Fox and Steven Adkins.

Opening night of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is Friday, April 7, at 7:00 PM. The production runs April 8, 20, 21, and 22. Show time is 7:00 PM on Thursday through Saturday. A matinee will be performed on Saturday, April 22, at 2:00 PM in addition to the 7:00 PM show. The production will be held at the PERFORMING ARTS CENTER THEATRE to the North of the Sheldon campus, 8333 Kingsbridge Drive. Ticket prices are $12.00 general admission, $10 children under 10. Tickets go on sale March 27th. For ticket reservations and additional information, call (916)681-7500, ext. 43682, email jchoward@egusd.net, or find us on BrownPaperTickets.com.

Don’t miss Sheldon THEATREworks’ production of this Broadway hit!
It’s H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S!


Monday - Superhero Day

  • Dress up as your favorite superhero and save the world.

Tuesday - Group Day 

  • The world is ending. Team up together and dress up as characters with your group of friends

Wednesday - Dress your BEST

  • Dress to impress. 

Thursday - GLOW ALL OUT!

  • The only way to prepare for the apocalypse is to glow out and go crazy with neon.

Friday - TEAL, BLACK, WHITE apparel 

  • Show your husky pride.  Dress in black for a Black Out at the rally.

Buy your tickets at the student store on March 29th in the morning or during your lunch

  • Each ticket is 50 cents

Project R.I.D.E. offers therapeutic recreational horseback riding instruction to over 500 riders with disabilities. 

The Project R.I.D.E. Summer Leadership Institute is a special summer volunteering program geared toward highly motivated and mature high school student volunteers who would like t learn more about horses and working with kids with special needs.

Interested rising high school sophomores thru seniors can submit an application.  Preference is given to applicants 16 and older but younger applicants may be considered based on maturity level.  Volunteers will be selected by competitive application/interview process.

You must commit to serving at least 100 hours during your 10-11 week assignment.

Visit the website and view the attached application for more details.  This is not an EGUSD sponsored program and the district accepts no liability or responsibility for this program/activity.

Application Deadline : April 28, 2017, 4:00PM


Runnin' for Rhett!


Attention all students and community members. Sheldon is the only high school selected to receive a Runnin' for Rhett Youth Fitness Grant for the "Run Because You Can!" 5K walk/run held on April 2nd, 2017 at Sacramento City College.  The grant provides all SHS students with free training sessions each Monday and Friday after school from 3:30-4:15, a free t-shirt, free entrance to the walk/run, and a medal upon completion of the walk/run.  If a student is currently involved in a sport, or Physical Education class, he or she will register for the walk/run and not need to participate in the training sessions seeing that the training would occur during the sport or PE class.


Beth and Randy Seevers founded the Runnin' for Rhett non-profit organization for their son Rhett who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy and passed away at the age of seven.  Beth found that running was something that helped her cope with the tremendous amount of grief she was experiencing from her loss. Beth and Randy want to encourage today's youth to run because they can, seeing that their own son never could.  Rhett would have been a student here at SHS and Rhett's brother is an SHS graduate.


 Registration is now open for the Spring 2017 Run Because You Can race. SHS parents, family, and school community member’s are invited to sign up to participate in the Run Because You Can 5K on April 2nd.  All SHS friends and family members will receive a discount to the walk/run.



Step 1: Go to www.runbecauseyoucan.org

Step 2: Click the blue REGISTER button on the right.

Step 3: Select 5K (9:00 AM) - I am running with a school or a child who is running with their school - $30.00

Step 4: Choose your school from the drop down menu.

Step 5: For “Coupon Code” type in S17RBYC for $10 off. Click Apply.

Step 6: Finish form and submit.


Registration Cost: $30 through February 28, $35 through March 31, $40 at packet pickup and day of event.


You may only use the coupon code online until March 31 at noon. 


T-shirts are guaranteed until March 19, and will be on a first come first served basis after March 19. 

Personalize your race bib for free by adding your name, phrase, or child’s school name.  Personalization is limited to 11 characters.  Deadline to personalize your bib is Feb. 25

If registered by 2/25 and you don’t personalize your bib, the school name will be added if a school is chosen in the drop down menu.


Thank you for your support of our Youth Fitness Program.


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
Class of 2018 - @2018husky
Class of 2019 - @2019husky
Class of 2020 - @2020husky

Visit www.remind.com to learn more.

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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:



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