Shark Report


A message from Ms. Thompson, SV Principal

Hello Shark Families!

Thank you to all who were able to join us last Friday for our Family Fun Night hosted by the Shelton View PTA! It was so fun seeing our families get to know one another. A huge THANK YOU to our amazing PTA for hosting and organizing such a fabulous event!

At Shelton View we support and appreciate our wonderful school community. As we continue through the school year, we will look for ways to bring our community together to make sure all feel a sense of belonging here at Shelton View.

Have a wonderful weekend,

Go Sharks!

~Ms. Thompson

Family Fun Night Adventures!

Important Dates

Monday 9/25

Cross Country Practice on Intermediate Basket Ball Court 8:40-9:10AM

Choir in Music Room 8:45-9:20AM

Tuesday 9/26

4th Gr. EAP (Cowan) Curriculum Night 5:15-6:15PM

Kindergarten Curriculum Night 5:15-6:15PM

4th/5th Gr. Split (Kahlert) Curriculum Night 6:30-7:30PM

5th Gr. Curriculum Night 6:30-7:30PM

Wednesday 9/27

Cross Country Practice on Intermediate Basket Ball Court 8:40-9:10AM

Early Release Wednesday - 2:25PM Dismissal!

Thursday 9/28

Choir in Music Room 8:45-9:20AM

Friday 9/29

ABS Class Color Day (see flier below!)

Calling all 3rd-5th grade families!!!

Your student has the opportunity to participate in cross country! Register your student at the link below and fill out the emergency card at the bottom of the page and return it to the office by the end of the week!

Practices will be Mondays and Wednesdays at the Intermediate Basketball court (8:40-9:10) and meet's will be every Tuesday in October after school (4:45.)

Make sure you use your student's login provided by the school!

Coach Kraft and Coach Smith

Update Your ParentVUE Information!

Please be sure to keep your information up-to-date in ParentVUE. This includes emails, phone numbers, emergency contacts, and more!

Need to activate your ParentVUE account? Email

A Note from Ms. Kraft

Hello families!!

Last week many of our students participated in feelings freeze dance! They discussed what different feelings looked like on our faces and bodies and danced as they embodied different emotions. This week they discussed what feelings were and why it's important to share how we are feeling with others. They then practiced sharing how they felt about something they had experienced that day.

By recognizing what our body is experiencing, it becomes easier to name the emotion. When we name that emotion to ourselves and others, it is easier to communicate what we may need or how we should handle that emotion in a way that helps us and others.

At home you could practice naming your own feelings (sad, happy, annoyed, etc) and voicing the choice you are making in response to that emotion allowing your student to recognize the connection between our feelings and our choices 🙂

Mary Kraft | School Counselor

Shelton View Elementary

(425) 408 - 5260

Important Early Pickup Information

SV Families,

If you plan on coming to pick your child up early (before the 3:55PM bell on M, T, Th, and F or before the 2:25PM bell on Wed.), please note that we will NOT be calling into classrooms for kids during the last 15 minutes of the school day. This is due to all the movement and busyness of the end of the school day. Please plan on picking your child up before 3:40PM/2:10PM if you need to pick your child up early. And be sure to bring your ID!

A Note From Nurse Sherrie

The Health Room Could Use Some Donations!

If you have any of the following items that your children have outgrown, please consider donating them to the Health Room! We could use:

-Elastic pants (boys and girls, able to fit Kinders-3rd graders)

-Underwear (boys and girls, able to fit Kinders-3rd graders)

Thank you!

COVID Dashboard

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A lot of opportunities to sign up to be an active participant in your child's education at Shelton View This year:
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**We are hoping to have these completely stocked and in EACH classroom/teaching space by the end of September! Please help us by purchasing a few items from our Amazon List and thanks to The Home Depot of Bothell, all the buckets have been donated and we will stock them as we receive the supplies. **

We learned last year that having these supplies readily available in classrooms is MUCH more beneficial in case of any type of emergency/precaution situations where students are inside their classrooms. Thank you for helping us make sure that all students and staff have all the materials they need to ensure safety on our campus!

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It's FREE to activate - all memberships are donation optional! Joining SV PTA provides us with communication to our SV Community and allows you to be an active participant in your child's education. No volunteer commitment required!
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Be sure to follow the Shelton View PTA website!