SHS Weekly Bulletin
September 25, 2023 Volume 5
Message from Principal Schwan
Bulldog Parents, Guardians, and Students:
It is a GREAT DAY to be a Bulldog!
As we are now into fall and September is almost in the rear-view mirror, we are diligently trying to place the final touches on our fall iReady testing session. Students have been very diligent in getting the test completed, but we still have some catching up to do.
Our student body is doing very well with the new attention to our dress code and cell phone policies so kudos to the SHS students. As the rain has started falling the mode of our students does become impacted. As parents, please continue to encourage your student(s) to attend, participate, and do their work. This combination is essential in pushing through the dark days of fall. We have many resources for our students to access assistance services while at school.
I want to end with this message, as we progress into the new school year, I want to emphasize our commitment to All students in providing a safe learning environment for everyone. Our continued emphasis on RESPECT, SAFETY, COMMUNICATION, and addressing the emotional well-being for all of our students is central to moving our school community forward. These are difficult times and I understand that access is always the first step. I want to assure that all of our students know that if they need assistance or someone to talk to, we can provide access to any of our service providers. Please contact me if you have any concerns about your son/daughter so I can assist in addressing their needs. Thank you!
Thank you and have a great week!
PLC's @Work - Friday, September 29, 2023 - District Office
SHS Weekly Activities
9/25 Monday 4:00/5:15 WRMS VB vs Estacada (Two JV Games at C.E.S.)
9/25 Monday 5:00 SHS JV FB vs Seton Catholic (Dismiss 3:30) Cancelled
9/26 Tuesday 4:30/5:30/7:00 JV2/JV1/Var. SHS VB vs La Center
9/27 Wednesday Early Release
9/27 Wednesday 4:30/5:45 WRMS VB at Boring (two gyms)(LV WRMS 2:45)
9/27 Wednesday 4:30 - 6:30 Cheer Clinic
9/27 Wednesday 5:00 pm WRMS FB vs Corbett at SHS FB Field
9/28 Thursday 4/5:30/7 SHS JV2/JV1/Var. VB at Seton Catholic (LV 2:15)
9/28 Thursday 4:30 - 6:30 Cheer Clinic in the Gym
9/28 Thursday 6:00 SHS GSC at Seton Catholic (LV 4:00 Motor Pool)
9/29 Friday 7:00 SHS Var. FB vs Kalama
9/30 Saturday 9:00 am SHS XC Running at C.C.C. (LV SHS 7:00 am)
9/30 Saturday 6:00 pm SHS FB & Cheer BINGO NIGHT at SHS Gym
10/2 Monday 4:30/5:45 WRMS VB at Wy'East (two gyms) (LV WRMS 3:00)
10/2 Monday 6:00 SHS JV FB at Kalama (LV SHS 3:00)
Here is a link to the Calendar https://arbiterlive.com/School/Calendar/22548
Here is a link to sport schedules https://arbiterlive.com/Teams?entityId=22548
Get Your 2023-24 Bulldog Spirit Gear
William Schwan • 6 days ago • Friday, Sep 1 at 3:31 PM • STEVENSON HIGH SCHOOL
The 2023/2024 ASB Spirit Gear is now available!
Please allow 24 hours for your excused absence to be entered and or corrected. Your patience during these unpredictable times is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
2023 Cell Phone Policy
SHS Counselor Information
2024 Senior Class
Regular Daily Schedule
Period 1 9:00-10:00
Period 2 10:05-11:05
Period 3 11:10-12:10
Period 4 12:45-1:40
Period 5 1:45-2:40
Period 6 2:45-3:40
Class Schedule for 2 hour late start days
Period 2 - 11:45 - 12:25 a.m.
Lunch - 12:25 - 1:00 p.m.
Period 3 - 1:05 - 1:40 p.m.
Period 4 - 1:45 - 2:20 a.m.
Period 5 - 2:25 - 3:00 p.m.
Period 6 - 3:05 - 3:40 p.m.
Class Schedule for 3 hour Early Release
Period 2- 9:40-10-10 a.m.
Period 3-10:15-10:45 a.m.
Period 4-10:50 - 11:20 a.m.
Period 5-11:25-11:55 a.m. Release to BBQ
Period 6-12:00-12:40 p.m. SHS BBQ
Dear, Stevenson Carson School District Families
Riley Hershberger is a Student Assistance Professional working with Stevenson High School and Wind River Middle School students to prevent substance use and abuse in our school and in our community. Children and teens who use alcohol and other drugs are at higher risk than adults for developing short and long-term physical, developmental and emotional problems. This is because their brains are still developing and more vulnerable to the effects of drugs. Riley Hershberger utilizes the research-based Project SUCCESS model, which offers a combination of interventions designed to meet the unique needs of Stevenson High School and Wind River Middle School.
o Early alcohol and other drug education and prevention in classrooms and for school wide-activities
o Screening and early intervention services to students and their families
o Referrals to treatment providers
o Help with transitioning back to school for students who have had alcohol or other drug problems
o Coordination with One Prevention Alliance (OPA)
Riley Hershberger provides a variety of support groups for students who have concerns or issues that may interfere with their optimal academic progress. The groups focus on the development of skills and self-confidence necessary for students to make positive choices in their lives related to: school success, resolving conflicts, coping with grief, peer pressure, self-esteem, anger management, and drug and alcohol use. The purpose of these time-limited groups is to help students develop skills necessary to realize their academic and personal potentials.
(509) 427-5631 x2047
The Stevenson-Carson School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employee(s) have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: [Title IX Officer, William Schwan, 350 Bulldog Drive, Stevenson, WA 98648, (509) 427-5674, email@example.com; Section 504/ADA Coordinator and Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator, Ingrid Colvard, 350 Bulldog Drive, Stevenson, WA 98648, (509) 427-5674, firstname.lastname@example.org.