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Sheldon ISD Compass Schools parent information meetings set for Feb. 25-26

Sheldon ISD will be hosting parent information meetings regarding the district’s Compass Schools program next week. The first meeting will be Tuesday, Feb. 25, at Cravens Early Childhood Academy beginning at 6 p.m.; and the second meeting will take place at Sheldon Early Childhood Academy on Wednesday, Feb. 26, also at 6 p.m.
Compass Schools allows parents to choose a specialty program (Performing and Visual Arts; Science, Technology, Engineering and Math; or High Tech) that best fits the interests and/or needs of their child.
The informational meetings are for parents whose children will be entering first grade during the 2020-2021 school year.
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KHS senior named ‘Regional Finalist’ for Coca-Cola scholarship

C. E. King High School senior Sofia Bucio-Garcia has been named a Regional Finalist for the Coca-Cola Scholarship. There were more than 93,000 applicants who applied for this scholarship – and Sofia’s next step is to participate in an interview. Then, if selected to move on, approximately 150 students will be invited to the Coca-Cola headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia to attend workshops and to receive their awards.
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KASE hosts College Mini Fair

On Friday, Feb 4, KASE hosted its annual mini college fair. Several schools participated including San Jacinto College-North, San Jacinto College-Maritime Campus, Lee College, the University of Houston-Downtown, Texas State Technical College, Texas Barber College, and the Texas Workforce Commission.
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Sheldon ISD recognizes 'National School Counseling Week'

Sheldon ISD joins other districts throughout the country in celebrating "National School Counseling Week."

This special week honors school counselors who implement comprehensive school counseling programs, a vital part of the educational process for all students as they meet the challenges of 21st century learning.
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Sheldon ISD celebrates 'Black History Month'

February is Black History Month - and this year's national theme is "African Americans and the Vote."

Through voting-rights campaigns and legal suits from the turn of the twentieth century to the mid-1960s, African Americans made their voices heard as to the importance of the vote.

Indeed the fight for black voting rights continues in the courts today.

More information: https://asalh.org/black-history-themes/
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C. E. King High School athletes sign letters of intent on 'National Signing Day'

Congratulations to all of our C. E. King High School athletes for signing letters of intent to showcase their talents at the next level!


Aareeon Demby (Blinn College)
Noel Wright, II (Howard Payne University)
Tra'Vonce Butler (Howard Payne University)
Kevin Warner (Manmouth University)
Bryson Washington (University of Oklahoma)
Bobby Brisker (Pacific University
Jessie Evans (Prairie View A&M)
Mekhi Kelsey (Southwestern University)
Jordan McGuire (Texas A&M - Kingsville)
Daniel Mulonda (Texas A&M - Kingsville)
Sandie Opiela (Kankakee Community College)
Ariana Brown (St. Thomas University)
Jy'Veona Moore (University of the Southwest)
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Sheldon ISD board members call May 2020 bond election

Sheldon ISD school board members who attended Tuesday’s workshop unanimously voted to call a May bond election in the amount of $438.8 million.
The majority of the bond funds would be allocated toward the construction of new campuses; expansions and renovations to existing campuses/district facilities; and security upgrades. Other portions of the bond would include a new multipurpose arena as well as a community/district natatorium.
“We have been experiencing tremendous student growth throughout the district over the past few years – really over the past decade,” Sheldon ISD Superintendent Dr. King Davis said. “Although most of our student growth was anticipated, there has been a recent influx of significant future developments within our district that most likely will impact our student enrollment numbers in the near future.”
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