Spirit Week starts Monday, October 31st through November 4th. Each day we will have a theme for students to dress up as and earn points for their grade level. At the end of the week, the grade level with the most points wins a super, fun filled activity. This is a fun way to show our school spirit!
Monday – Character Day
Tuesday – Pajama Day
Wednesday – Crazy Hat, Hair, Accessory Day
Thursday – Dress a Different Age Day
Friday – Color Battle Day
Click here to see the Spirit Week Poster and “dress up day” guidelines.
We kicked off our PTO Mixed-bag Fundraiser and catalogs are coming home with students today – check it out! Share the catalog with everyone you know – it has something for everyone!
Our goal is to earn money to purchase additional Chromebooks for our classrooms. Click here for information on how to order from the catalog or purchase online!
Please let me know if you have any questions and thanks in advance for your support! We couldn’t do it without you!
Shasta PTO President
541-359-6267 (text ok)
Pizza and a Performance – DATE CHANGE – Shasta’s Choirs will be performing at Papa’s Pizza on West 11th at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 26th, NOT Friday, October 28th as previously scheduled. This is a fundraiser to help our choirs with budget needs. Click here to print off the flyer that must be presented for us to receive 50% of profits.
Winter Hult Concert – Tickets are on sale now for our Annual Winter Concert on December 12th. This is our Band and Choir’s 27th year performing at the Hult Center. Shasta is the only school in our area to hold an annual concert at the Hult Center. To order your tickets click here.
October Students of the Month – click here to see who will be joining the principal for lunch on Friday, October 28th
Spirit Week – October 31st – November 4th – more information coming next week.
Picture Retakes – Friday, November 4th
PTO Meeting – November 9th – Media Center 6:30 p.m.
No School – Veteran’s Day – Friday, November 11th
It is time to reconnect with you about Bethel School District’s adopted strategy for improving school safety, known as ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate.) It is the district’s desire to keep our students and staff as safe as possible, and the updated protocols in ALICE are recommended by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Education, the Department of Justice, and more. The strategy empowers staff and students with more options during a life-threatening emergency, the kind we all hope never happens.
Sharing With Students Our district implemented ALICE training for all staff two years ago, including active shooter drills (with staff only) to tighten our procedures before introducing the protocol to students. Continue reading
PTO Meeting This Wednesday – Please join us for our 1st PTO meeting of the year! We will be meeting in the Media Center at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 12th. This is a wonderful opportunity to find out what is going on at Shasta and help make a difference for our students and school. We hope to see you there!
No School – Friday, October 14th – District Inservice
Reach the World Right Where
You Are…Become a Host Family!
What: Middle and High School Age Chinese Student participating in the 22nd bi-annual Music/English Camps at the University of Oregon.
When: Multiple 1-week sessions in February.
Note: The host family provides transportation, breakfast and dinner on weekdays; 3 meals a day on the weekend and occasional sack lunches. Students may share a room but must have their own bed.
Students spend only evenings and the weekend at home. Host families are strongly encouraged to take 2 students, and may host multiple sessions.
*Stipend will be offered and should cover expenses for meals, transportation, laundry and all activities. The number of days may vary slightly due to travel arrangements; stipend will be prorated accordingly.