The first day of school is Wednesday, August 11. A new webpage is available to provide information about the upcoming school year.
News & Announcements
King High School Percussion will be hosting a free live performance on Tuesday (4/20/21) at 5:30pm. This will be the final presentation of their show entitled "Gasoline Rainbows" for the season. The performance will take place at the Old King Middle School Gym and we are looking forward to seeing you all there! Click on the Headline for additional information.
At the April 6 board workshop, Sheldon ISD trustees approved the 2021-22 academic calendar.
Seniors who would like to apply for the Sheldon ISD Local Scholarship will need to complete an application by April 9. Please click on the headline for more information.
Sheldon schools will be hold parent meetings the month of March to share testing schedules for the upcoming STAAR exam.
Please come and join us for the first public performance of the award-winning C. E. King High School Winter Guard! They will be performing their contest show entitled “Fly” on Friday, April 9th at the Old KMS Gym. Please enter through the east doors nearest to the stadium. Come and give our team a great send off in their final performance of the year!
Sheldon ISD’s communications department was the recipient of seven awards – including a Certificate of Merit and a Best of Category rating – at the 59th Annual Texas School Public Relations Association’s Star Awards Celebration Feb. 24 in Denton.
With the upcoming state assessments, Sheldon ISD provides important information for families including a testing schedule. Click here for an email from Dr. Davis.
C. E. King High School will be hosting two parent webinars to discuss the upcoming STAAR EOC exams this Thursday, March 11 at 9:30 am or Friday, March 12 at 6:00 pm. STAAR testing is held in April and May. To provide a secure and quiet environment for students, the state requires students to test in person at district schools. Please joins us for our webinar to review the testing requirements and review how these requirements affect graduation.
On March 3, SISD received an updated Public Health Planning Guidance document from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) regarding Gov. Abbott’s executive order to lift the mask mandate beginning March 10.