The High School is hosting a Halloween festival for grades 6-8 on Friday, October 29th from 3:00-5:00pm . Entrance fee is $1 with costume and $3 without, so come dressed in your best! Food will be available on site - $3 for hotdog, chips, and a drink. Middle School students come join in the fun and activities - see you there!
Public Service Announcement: Northeast Tri-County Health District is partnering with Washington Department of Health's Care-A-Van team to provide another COVID vaccination opportunity. The free public clinic will be held Thursday, October 28 and November 18 from 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. either in the Selkirk High School parking area, or if it is too cold, in the building in the music room. This is a drive-in clinic free to the public. There is a pre-registration link for the Care-A-Van clinic. Please fill it out ahead of time if you are planning on going. 10/28 Ione: https://prepmod.doh.wa.gov/appointment/en/client/registration?clinic_id=9181&find_label=find_location&return_to=%2Fappointment%2Fen%2Fclinic%2Fsearch Walk ups are still welcome. All 3 vaccines: Pfizer (ages 12+) Moderna (ages 18+), Johnson & Johnson (ages 18+) will be available as initial doses, finishing a series, or as a booster dose.
Volleyball COVID Update: The volleyball game today (Saturday, October 23) at Selkirk High School has been cancelled because of COVID issues. We will notify everyone when it is rescheduled.
Please Help: You may have heard that Almira lost their school in a fire yesterday. It was a K-8 building and while they are working on a plans to move the students to other spaces within the Almira-Coulee-Hartline school district, everything inside was a total loss. Insurance will eventually cover items but in the meantime, we are taking donations of new PE shoes (sizes youth 11 to adult 8) for Almira students. We will ship them next week with a message of support, so if you would like to donate a pair of new PE shoes for Almira students, please drop them off at the elementary or high school by Tuesday, October 19.
Reminder: PICTURE RETAKES tomorrow, Wednesday, October 13! If you are not satisfied with the portraits taken in September, simply send the entire portrait package back to school tomorrow and Leo's will re-photograph the student and replace the portraits.
COVID has definitely reared its ugly head at Selkirk Elementary with three confirmed cases in second grade. In an effort to mitigate the spread, we have quarantined the remainder of the second grade class for a bit. We are offering testing to second grade students next week in hopes of seeing them return by October 11. In the meantime, we have sent learning packets home and teachers will be connecting with families for online sessions. We are sorry for the inconvenience, but hope this process stops COVID in its tracks! If you have a neighbor with a second grade family, reach out to see if they need a delivery or anything! Let's join together as a Selkirk Community and help combat COVID!
SELKIRK WATER UPDATE: The water is back on at the high school! Is that statement a little deja' vu? Well, it's true! Thanks to PUD employees John, Jeff, and Ryan along with our own maintenance man, John Cain, the system is functioning again and school is back to in-person for grades 6-12 tomorrow, Wed, Sept 29.
IMPORTANT WATER UPDATE - PLEASE READ: Selkirk High School water pump system went out overnight and early morning repairs are taking longer, so we will continue a 2nd day of remote learning in grades 6-12. No in-person school for grades 6-12 on Tuesday, Sept 28 after all. It seem that when it rains, it pours!
Selkirk Water Update: Thanks to the hard work of our maintenance and custodial staff aided by Z&Z, TECK mine employees, and other community members, we were able to repair the main water line to the high school so classes will resume in-person as normal tomorrow (Tues, Sept 28) for all students.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Grades 6-12 will move to remote learning for Monday, Sept 27 ONLY because of a burst water line at the high school. Students will need to check-in online with each teacher for attendance and assignments. No in-person program for grades 6-12, however, buses will run as normal for grades K-5.
FYI - Thursday, Sept. 23: Buses are running 10-15 minutes late this afternoon. Sorry for the inconvenience, but they are on their way now!
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: Northeast Tri-County Health District is partnering with Washington Department of Health's Care-A-Van team to provide additional COVID vaccination opportunities to the public. The free public clinic in our area will be held Wednesday, September 29, from 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. in the Selkirk High School parking area. No appointment is required. This is a drive-in clinic free to the public. If you missed the first clinic earlier this month, they can still provide you with your "first dose" on September 29. They will have all three vaccine types available: Pfizer (ages 12+) Moderna (ages 18+), Johnson & Johnson (ages 18+).
Picture Day Tomorrow! Tuesday, September 14 is picture day for K-12 students at Selkirk.
Public Service Announcement: Northeast Tri-County Health District is partnering with Washington Department of Health's Care-A-Van team to provide additional COVID vaccination opportunities to the public. The free public clinic in our area will be held Wednesday, September 8, from 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. in the Selkirk High School parking area. No appointment is required. This is a drive-in clinic free to the public.
Based on the number of participants currently in COVID protocol, Friday's football game with Mary Walker has been canceled. If you wish to receive all sports updates, please contact Athletic Director, Kelly Cain (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be placed on the email list.
Welcome Back Students! We are returning to a full day schedule this year! Elementary School begins at 8:05 & ends at 3:25 - Middle school begins at 8:04 & ends at 3:36 - High School begins at 8:00 & ends at 3:38 - MS & HS Daily Class Schedules can be found here: https://www.selkirkschools.org/page/student-handbooks-class-schedules
Open House tonight at 4:30 - 5:30 for Selkirk Elementary students in grades 1-5 (Kindergarten families have 1:1 meetings next week)! This is our annual open house for students to drop off supplies, meet the teacher, and see the classroom. Masks will be required to enter the building but teachers are setting up outside to visit with families and students. Masks are only required to enter the building or classroom, not outside.
Back to School BBQ for 6th - 12th grade Selkirk students on Wednesday, August 25. SCHEDULE: 6:00 - 6th grade students, 6:30 p.m. - 7th & 8th grade students, 6:50 p.m. - 9th grade students, 7:20 p.m. - 10th, 11th, & 12th grade students! Mask will be required at this event. Please park in the north "student" parking area and enter through the gym!
Don't forget your school supplies! Here is a link to the Supply Lists - https://www.selkirkschools.org/page/school-supply-lists
A video welcome back message from Superintendent Lotze. We are looking forward to the new school year! https://youtu.be/dz5jShaZF-c