As we all know the weather is unpredictable and although a 2-hour late start is NOT planned for Selkirk on any upcoming school days we want to remind everyone of how the procedure works if the need arises.
Looking forward to our Veterans Day Concert today at 10:00 a.m. at Selkirk High School. We are happy to announce that this concert is once again open to the community! Come help us honor our local veterans.
Happy Halloween from Scooby, Shaggy, and the Gang at Selkirk High School! Be safe and have fun tonight!
Have a safe and happy Halloween night from our house at Selkirk Elementary to yours!
Selkirk High School and Selkirk Elementary School each house a Department of Health (DOH) Air Quality Index (AQI) monitor with a third monitor in Ione at the Community Center. To view current AQI levels visit: https://map.purpleair.com/1/mAQI/a10/p604800/cC0#10.21/48.7873/-117.3894 and click on MAP. This DOH chart also lists recommendations for activities based on AQI numbers. We are hoping to see rain soon to help with the AQI, but until then stay informed about air quality in our community!
Just a reminder, picture day at Selkirk schools tomorrow!
Clarification: Selkirk Elementary Open House is for students Grades 1-5. Kindergarten and Transition Kindergarten students will have 1:1 scheduled meetings throughout this week or on August 29 or 30.
Selkirk Elementary Open House on Wednesday, August 24, 2022 from 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Drop off school supplies and come say hi to your teacher!
2022-2023 Selkirk Middle/High School Orientations 6th and 9th grade families, please plan to join us for the upcoming orientations in the HS cafeteria on Wednesday, August 24. 6th grade at 6:45pm 9th grade at 7:15pm Students will get their schedules, meet their teachers, and office and athletic paperwork can be completed. Ice Cream will be served!
SELKIRK MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL FALL SPORTS PRESEASON MEETING Monday, August 15. 6:00 @ Selkirk HS. For Parents, Guardians, and Athletes In an effort to ensure a smooth start to the upcoming season we are hosting a meeting for all parents, guardians, and athletes who are planning on participating in volleyball or football at either the high school or middle school level. You will have the opportunity to fill out and turn in all paperwork, receive game and practice schedules, as well as meet with coaches. If you are unable to make it please contact the head coach of your sport or myself so we can make sure that participants are ready to begin on the first day of practice. * Football players will be fitted for helmets on that day as well. The fitting is at 5:00. ** Start dates: HS Football 8/17 HS Volleyball 8/22 MS Football & Volleyball 8/29 (first day of school) GO RANGERS!
The 2021-22 school year has officially ended! We hope you have a safe and fun summer. We will see you all next fall!
The Class of 2022 High School Graduation Ceremony is Saturday, June 11th at 1:00pm. After the ceremony concludes, there will be a celebratory parade led by POC Fire District #2. Parade will start at the HS, proceeding to Metaline Falls, going up 5th Avenue, back to Hwy 31, and on to Main Street in Ione. Come congratulate these exceptional students!
Congratulations to Joel Krabbenhoft, Selkirk Ranger, for 6th place at the State Track Meet in the Boys 100 m!
Congratulations to Rowan Hampson, Selkirk Ranger, for 12th place at State in the Girls’ 1600 with a time of 6:19! Rowan is an 8th grader competing in the high school state track meet and this is her first year in track! Good job, Rowan!
Congratulations to Rennie Pelkie, Selkirk Ranger, for 8th place at State in the Boys 1600 (mile) with a 4:49 which is a new Selkirk High School record and for 3rd place in the 800 at 2:05!
Congratulations to our Selkirk Rangers at the State Track Meet this weekend in Cheney! Here is a photo from Open Ceremonies today.
In the wake of yesterday's senseless tragedy at Robb Elementary in Texas, we wanted to provide parents with resources for talking with children about violence. Your child may see a news story or hear other students talking of the shooting yesterday. Students may be confused and anxious or some may not internalize feelings at all. However, no matter how much we are reeling with the impact of this situation as adults, it is important to assure children with a message of hope (most people in this world are good), security (there are plans in place to keep you safe), and empowerment (when you see something wrong, say something to an adult). Children are resilient and they can work through most stress and anxiety when adults around them offer a supportive environment to help them process their thoughts and feelings. Here is a resource from the National Association of School Psychologists: https://nam12.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.nasponline.org%2FDocuments%2FResources%2520and%2520Publications%2FHandouts%2FSafety%2520and%2520Crisis%2FTalking_To_Children_About_Violence.pdf%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR1hfamR044air3qQqehm2jksO0iVj-jR9f7aJT07gOxDSmUu8MMjHFnnkU&data=05%7C01%7Cmdunn%40esd101.net%7C813d4e61344e49525f5408da3e4deb45%7C7308c4c78c904128805c8ede2642bde8%7C0%7C0%7C637890801651353651%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C3000%7C%7C%7C&sdata=unZGiL%2F5Uk%2FULA3MjFOYbuqa5C7W0Dw%2FUUzQb%2BJH8Ec%3D&reserved=0 and another one from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network: https://www.nctsn.org/resources/talking-children-about-shooting.
Selkirk is proud to present the “Ranger Report”, a short video summary of daily events, news, and life on the Selkirk High School campus. A product of Mr. Lukens’ communications class, the Ranger Report is likely the most stunning example of journalistic genius you will ever see. The news clip is written, filmed, edited, and produced exclusively by students. Ryan Seaney, Silas Petrich, Keira Nelson, Wyatt Miles, and Sophia Huffman all lend their talents to make the report a success. The Ranger Report has its own page on our website where you can view the current video. Be in the know and stay up-to-date with the Ranger Report! Link: https://www.selkirkschools.org/page/ranger-report
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Low cost internet connection for Selkirk Families: The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is now offering eligible households high speed internet (100Mbps download) for $30 a month with no additional out of pocket costs. There are 3 ways families can qualify: Income of 200% or less than the Federal poverty guidelines Program participation (such as Free Reduced Lunch Program eligible, or SNAP, etc.), or Meets the eligibility criteria for a participating broadband provider’s existing low-income internet program For those that meet the eligibility requirements: $30 guaranteed plan download speed of 100 Mbps 20 providers to choose from New or existing internet plans 3 ways to qualify Go to this link and sign up online: https://www.whitehouse.gov/getinternet/?utm_source=www.getinternet.gov