Howling Herald

November 18, 2022

Hello Wolf Pack Families,

This week we began our 2nd quarter here at Selkirk. Most students experience some adjustments to their schedule. We took the opportunity to go over school-wide PACK Expectations with our students, reminding them choices they can make to help them be successful during their school day. If you are interested in reading over those expectation, they are linked here: School-wide PACK Expectation for Q2.

Selkirk Community Sense of Belonging Survey

One of main priorities at Selkirk, and across CVSD, so help create a strong sense of belonging for all students, staff, and our community. We would love to know how we are doing with this. Please take a moment to complete our brief survey. Your feedback is greatly appreciated.

Selkirk Community Sense of Belonging Survey

This Week & Upcoming Events:

This Week:

  • No Lego Club this Wednesday.
  • Early dismissal on Wed., Nov. 23rd @ 11:45.
  • No school for Thanksgiving break Thursday and Friday, Nov. 24th & 25th.

Coming Soon:

  • Save the Date: Winter Ball on Friday, Dec. 16th. More information to follow.
  • Winter Break begins on Wednesday, Dec. 21.
  • School begins again on Wednesday, Jan. 4.

Sports This Week:

  • See this week's schedule below.
Save the Date: Dec. 16th

Positives for our Wolf PACK

PACK Character Awards will be emailed out this weekend.

Congrats to Nevaeh A who won a 30 minutes of Board Game Time in a Class Period of Your Choice.

Our next raffles include:

  • Corn Hole in the Commons for a class period of your choice
  • Cooking Session with Mrs. Hurst to learn how to make French Toast Maple Bars (offered at student request. 3 winners will be drawn and each will be able to invite a friend.)
  • Hot chocolate bar for you and 2 friends. (4 winners will be drawn.)
  • Scholastic Prize Pack of fun things from our Book Fair (2winners)

Students can earn raffle tickets by trading in 10 Wolf Bucks or by being selected by a teacher for a PACK Character Award. Students can select which raffle they most want to enter.

Join our Lego Club!!!

The Lego Club will not meet this week, but will resume the week after Thanksgiving. Students can still join. The Lego Club meets on Wednesdays starting November 9. It will be in Mrs. Kirsch’s room 217 after school until 3:45 pm. Don’t forget to sign up on Final Forms!

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SVT - STEM camp

SVT will be holding a STEM Camp on Saturday, December 3rd! These are fun hands-on days where students can explore 3-5 STEM programs per session.

See the link to the registration form.

STEM Camp Form

HOSA Biomed Camp

On Saturday, November 19th from 9am – 11am. University High school HOSA students (future health professionals) will engage campers in a variety of activities that relate to health care and the medical field. This camp is open to current 2nd-8th graders. The cost of camp is $30.00 per student. We can only accept 40 students at this time, register early to reserve your spot. All funds raised will support HOSA. Enrollment forms may be dropped off (7:00 AM-2:30 PM) at University High school. Please plan to pay with cash or a check. Checks should be made to University High School HOSA.

Registration form

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Contacts at Selkirk Middle School

Attendance Line: 558-6207 (or email:

Principal, Ty Larsen:

Asst. Principal, Jen Hurst:

Counselor, Connie Mott:

Head Secretary, Mandi Daniels:

Assistant Secretary, Denise Burgess: