February 18, 2020
Interested in a spring sport? Track, baseball, softball, golf and tennis to name a few. Be sure to attend the Spring sports information night on February 24th from 4-7pm in the cafeteria. 4-5 open registration, 5-5:45 Athletic department presentation, 6-7 team meetings. If you have questions please visit the athletic office.
Spring sports season is fast approaching. To be academically eligible you must be enrolled in and passing 4 of 5 classes for WINTER and SPRING term. If you have questions about eligibility please see the athletic office.
Shout out to Sheldon cheer as they attended their state competition this weekend. While they didn’t place they had an amazing performance and represented Sheldon well!! Congrats team!
Congratulations to Sheldon Wrestling. The team competed at districts this weekend. Special congratulations to the following wrestlers who placed in their respective weight classes Bradford Harward and Sidney Bork finishing 2nd. Chase McCord finishing 3rd and Brandon Thayer 4th. Congrats!
Congratulations to Sheldon swim team after a tough weekend of competition the individual boys and girls teams finished 2nd. Sheldon’s combined boys’ and girls’ team did finish the weekend strong taking the first place southwest conference title! Congrats swimmer!
In an effort to make the school more inclusive by meeting the basic needs of all of our students, Sheldon High School has added another layer. We will now have a washer and dryer that are available for students to do their laundry. The washer and dryer can be found off of the Career Center and right next door to the Athletic Director’s office. In order to use the washer and dryer we ask any student to find an adult in the Career Center and they will help you learn about and use the washer and dryer. We hope that this service will be used by our students and make school a better place.
You may have noticed that there are signs up around campus with the #SHELDONEQUITY. These signs have been made by Sheldon students that want ALL students to be treated with dignity and respect. The pictures show some of the staff and students that want to take a stand against degrading words and actions that happen on a high school campus. We want to unite and let people know that racist, homophobic, and sexist comments are not part of the culture here at Sheldon High School. How can you be involved? First, let people around you know that these kinds of comments are not acceptable at Sheldon High School. Second, you can join in and have your picture taken while holding a sign? The signs, including both pre-made and the materials to make your own are in the library. Please go into the library throughout the day and the staff can help you to become part of this movement. We will be posting new pictures throughout the week. Come be a part of the movement!
Sheldon Students, show your support and come to the boys’ basketball game tonight against North Medford. The first 200 Sheldon students to come through the door will receive a Sheldon basketball t-shirt. See ya there!