Ergon Exchange Students
Ergon, an Italian-based organization partnering NorthWest Student Exchange, is looking for families to host a 16-17 year old Italian student for a semester or school year. If you are interested, check out the following document for more details!
SHORECREST HS AD 2016 MARCH (1)
Senior Spree 2016 Update!
Attention Seniors Parents!
Four years of hard work deserves more than a diploma. Regardless of the Senioritis slump your student may be facing now, the night of commencement they will be feeling both exhilarated and melancholic that their high school career is ending. Celebrate their achievement and keep them safe by sending them to Spree the night of commencement. For over twenty years Shorecrest Graduates have enjoyed the after commencement party known as Spree. A PTSA sponsored event, Spree is a drug and alcohol free party that allows your student to safely celebrate on their graduation night. Private buses pick up registered seniors at the Lake Forest Town Center at 9:00 p.m. and whisk them off to secret locations where they are treated to all night food, dancing, shows, activities and general hilarity and bring them home exhausted, but safe and sound, at 6:00 a.m. Monday morning. The ticket cost of $175 includes all transportation, endless food, live entertainment and the security of knowing your son or daughter is with their friends and fellow graduates having a great time in a secure environment. The earlier you purchase your ticket – the more your hard working Spree committee can add to events, activities and scholarship funds.
Seniors can’t focus on making decisions on something seven weeks away. Be their advocate and purchase a ticket for their Spree today. Forms are available in the front office or at this link: http://www.shorecrestptsa.org/spree. For your convenience – purchases can be made on PayPal or forms can be turned into the front office. Please be sure to fill out all paperwork including the Hold Harmless and medical forms as indicated at the bottom of the link. Deadline for purchase June 12. (but earlier is better!)
Golden Acorn and Outstanding Educator Awards
These two documents are the forms to submit your nominations for the Golden Acorn and Outstanding Educator Awards! If you are interested please read the forms and make your submission! But don’t forget, the forms are due by March 5th!
Golden Acorn Award 2015-16 recommendation form
Outstanding Ed. 2015-16 recommendation form
Snow Ball Dance
The Snow Ball Dance will happen on February 5th. We still have some spots open for parents to volunteer at the dance. The spots open are Food Donations, Coat Check Host, Buffet Table Host, and Game Room Volunteer. You can find more information if you are interested in the link included below:
Shorecrest is hosting a Dress Swap prior to the Snow Ball dance to give students an opportunity to exchange a gently worn formal or semi-formal dress and/or accessories for a “new-to-you” dress or accessory. Students bringing in an item to the Main Office attention Ms. Phillips can get a ticket to exchange at the Dress Swap between now and January 26th.
We are still looking for donations of cupcakes for passing out to students on 2/12 by 8 am.
You can find this information on the included link.
News Regarding Upcoming Meetings
PTSA Members, we are sorry for the late notice and lack of updates, but this is a message informing everyone that there will be no meeting this February, and the next meeting will occur on March 8th. This meeting will include a Driver’s Education & Insurance Forum for both parents and students. Thank you!!
Fred Meyer Fundraising!
PTSA members, the Fred Meyer Community Rewards program now benefits the PTSA, and you can help by linking your Fred Meyer rewards card details online on the PTSA section, (We are organization #92292)
which can raise money for the PTSA! There will be a paid check sent to the PTSA monthly. Thank you so much, and if you are interested, you can visit this link for more details and a way to input your card.
Shorecrest Winter Wishes
Happy Holidays! Shorecrest Leadership is working on Winter Wishes – a project that grants wishes for individual students from their peers. Examples of wishes are anything from serenading a friend, wishing for a cupcake, or a simple act of kindness. However, the majority of wishes are for food and other items that our budget cannot cover. This is where you, the Shorecrest community comes in! We would greatly appreciate your support with specific donation items from the list below.
Here is a link to the list of items needed and if you are able to grant a wish, please put down your name and contact info in the spreadsheet. Please make sure not to add or delete any items on the master list. Also, if you are interested in helping to fund Winter Wishes so that we can purchase items, we would appreciate any support you have. We would love donations from Nov 30th-Dec 9th and a box is set up in the main office for drop offs of items and money can be brought to the ASB window. If you are bringing a physical item in, please label it with the wish number from the far left column of the master list.
We have a work day Dec 7th from 10-2 in the Commons and would like to have as many items as possible signed up for and dropped off at school by that day. Thank you in advance for any donations and support!
If you have any questions, you can email Abby Seliga –
President’s Message 2015-16
We’d like to welcome the Class of 2019, all new and returning students and their families to the start of a wonderful new year at Shorecrest High School.
Did you know that the PTSA provides the following services?…. classroom grants for teachers, Reflections art
program, parent education evenings, supports Senior Spree, staff appreciation luncheons, and so much more! Joining
PTSA is a terrific way to show your support to Shorecrest High School!
The PTSA will also continue to keep parents informed about legislative issues that affect our children and schools. We invite all Shorecrest parents, students, and teachers to join and become involved in our PTSA. There are many opportunities to make a difference in our school and community!
Thank you and we look forward to working with you this year!
Prom Shop is open for Homecoming shopping at The Works!
Come check out the great selection (over 600 dresses) of formal and semi-formal wear, shoes, jewelry and accessories for guys and gals on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8 PM. Appropriate clothing for all the school dances as well as special occasions like weddings, church, graduation, etc., is available for our tween and teen students.
Prom Shop is open to ALL Shoreline District students and is located in the portables at North City Elementary, 810 NE 190th Street, Shoreline. ID is required and can be a WA driver license or permit, or a Shoreline school ID/ASB card.
Donations of any items for Prom Shop are gratefully accepted as well. Most needed items are clothes and shoes for young men.