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Sheldon ISD campuses, departments closed on Monday, May 27, in observance of Memorial Day

All Sheldon ISD campuses and departments will be closed on Monday, May 27, in observance of Memorial Day.

Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in service of the United States of America.

Thank you so much to our active and/or retired military for placing your lives on the line in oder to defend our country! You are truly our heroes.
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Technology Volunteers Needed

Are you looking for a way to use your computer science background to give back to your community? The Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS Program (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools) supports computer science (CS) education by recruiting and training technology professionals to volunteer in high school classrooms. These volunteers are paired with CS teachers to help high schools in the Houston metro area and nationwide build and grow rigorous, sustainable CS programs.
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Royalwood Elementary without power

6:56 am.- Attention, Royalwood Elementary parents.
The district has just learned that Royalwood Elementary is without power, and it is estimated not to be turned back on until at least noon.
Please keep your Royalwood Elementary students home today.
If your child is a bus rider - the bus will pick them up and transport them to the campus.
Again, we are sorry for the late notice but just were made aware of this outage. Thank you.


El distrito acaba de enterarse de que la Primaria Royalwood no tiene electricidad, y se estima que no se volverá a activar hasta al menos el mediodía.
Por favor, mantenga a sus estudiantes de Royalwood Elementary en casa hoy.
Si su hijo es un pasajero del autobús, el autobús los recogerá y los transportará al campus.
Nuevamente, lamentamos la notificación tardía, pero nos avisaron de este corte. Gracias.
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New Dual Credit Electrical Technology Program and Paid Internship

Sheldon ISD, San Jacinto College Dual Credit and TRIO Electric are offering a new opportunity for students who are interested in Commercial Electrical Technology. The program will serve as training and potentially future employment with TRIO Electric for those students who are eligible for employment. Students will earn the Level I Certificate of Technology from San Jac and any industry certifications they may qualify to receive. Students will work for TRIO as PAID interns during the summer between their junior and senior year. Students who may not be eligible to work can still participate and will complete a residential wiring class during the summer instead of the internship. San Jac is hosting an information night for any interested current sophomores and their parents. TRIO Electric will be there to explain the program and answer any questions. We are excited to get this wonderful opportunity started this Fall.
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Funding for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Harris County Project Recovery is offering funding for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.  The program is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development. Since this is a new program, it doesn’t matter if you were turned away by FEMA, or whether you had insurance or not. They will be in the Sheldon area every Tuesday and Thursday in May from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The address for their office is 12402 Greensbrook Forest Dr. or you may call 832-927-4961.
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STAAR Report Cards available for Grades 5 and 8 (online only)

Previously, the Texas Education Agency, TEA, published each child's STAAR results on the Confidential Student Report (CSR) and provided the district a paper copy of the results to send home. TEA has redesigned the CSR and given it a new name, the STAAR Report Card. The redesign has significant changes with the goal of providing a more user-friendly report on student progress.
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Sheldon ISD celebrates 'King Nurses in Training' students at annual ceremony

Sheldon ISD students, teachers and administrators celebrated its second year of the King Nurses in Training (KNIT) program Thursday in the KHS Annex Cafeteria.

SISD Executive Director of Secondary Education and C. E. King High School Principal Dr. Keith Brooks was the master of ceremonies at the event, and he explained the significance of the program along with Sheldon ISD’s partnership with San Jacinto College and the Harris County Public Health Department.
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