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Basketball, both Boys and Girls AND Cheerleaders have practice
Basketball, boys and girls - Monday through Friday 2:30-4:30 until further notice
Cheerleading - Monday through Thursday and possible Friday until further notice. 2:30-4:30
Buses ARE provided for basketball and cheerleading.
PINK OUT Shirts! Available in the main office/Room 109. Click HERE for an order form. 100% of the proceeds from this shirt will go to the Helen Graham Cancer Center
These are spirit wear shirts and can also be worn on Fridays.
Shue News You Can Use! Click Here
NJHS Holiday Food Basket Project: "Home of Val's Needy Family Fund" & BPA Newark Area Welfare
November 12-December 13th
The homeroom with the MOST food collected wins a PIZZA PARTY!!
Next NJHS meeting: December 5th from 2:30-3:30
No meeting on Thursday December 12th, but that meeting will be made up on Thursday, December 19th (NJHS Holiday Party from 2:30-3:30pm)
Reading Club - EVERY other Monday unless otherwise noted *** NO BUS - parent pick up by 4pm.
December 2nd - New novel, please bring back The Dark is Rising
December 16th, January 6th, January 21st (Tuesday)
February 3rd, March 3rd, March 17th
Newspaper Club - Thursdays ** Bus comes at 4:30 - or Parent pick up option
December 5th, December 12th, January 16th - first deadline Issue 3, January 30th - Goal for 3rd Issue
February 13th - TBD - if not this day, then February 20th, February 27th, March 13th.
2013 - 2014 School Supply List : Click Here
Yearbooks are on sale now! CLICK HERE to order! use school code 4714 to order
Have you taken pictures??? Share them with us!! We'd love to be able to use them in the yearbook!
Go to: www.hjeshare.com use code shuetigers to upload! Don’t forget to tag!!
In order to better help our families find uniforms through out the year in the approved colors and to also offer a wide variety of sizes and choices, we have proudly teamed up with Lands End Uniforms! These uniforms can be purchased online, or at Sears. Our preferred school uniform number is 900158619
click the picture below to be taken directly to our Preferred Uniform Site!
2013 - 2014 School Uniform Policy and Color Chart: Click Here
8th grade Williamsburg Trip Information
Initial Williamsburg packets have been handed out. If your student needs one, please go to either room 208 or 210 and pick one up.
Initial permission slip and a $50.00 deposit (either cash or check) in a sealed envelope with your students name on the front can be brought to either of those rooms during AM homeroom.
Joe Corbi Fundraiser info has been handed out.
Canned food drive going on now! Homeroom with the most canned goods will win a pizza party! The same homeroom has won the past 2 years. Who will win this year???
UPCOMING SCHOOL EVENTS
4~Coffee with the Principal 9-11
19~ Music Concert 7pm @ Newark HS
12-23 through 1/1~ no school - winter break
Want to Volunteer??
Parents who want to volunteer at Shue-Medill and have already been cleared throug the Christina School District's volunteer screening process do not need to be reprocessed. Any new parent, or parent who has not yet turned in these forms, that wishes to volunteer in the school needs to compete these forms Please try to get them turned into the main office as soon as possible. contact Carolyn Tims with questions. Click HERE for volunteer forms.
302-454-2171 ext 119
BANK AT SCHOOL is at Shue Medill!!
Please click HERE for information and Account Opening Form
Do we have an updated email address on file for you? If you don't think so, or need to update our records, please contact the main office. Please email Ms. Walsh - email@example.com with your updated information.
Uniforms wanted: Shue has a Uniform Closet for use by low-income families. If you have out-grown uniform clothing that is still in good condition, simply drop it off to Tracy Walsh, our front office secretary. Your student's out-grown clothing can be a real help to someone else who needs it. Thank you so much!
We are in need of larger sizes!!
Nurse News: All Health Forms are available to be viewed or printed. This will make it easy to have all important health documents ready for the start of school. Click here to be connected to the Health Center.
Dress Down Day Attire (These special days are announced)
- Jackets, coats, vests, hats, bonnets, hoods, caps, or gloves may not be worn.
- Shirts must have some type of sleeve.
- Shirts or dresses must cover the chest, abdominal, and back areas.
- Leggings, tights, yoga pants, jeggings, and spandex pants must be worn under a dress or skirt.
- Skirts, dresses, skorts, skirts, or shorts must be longer than the tip of the student’s arm.
- Pants, shorts, skirts, skorts must be worn at the waistline.
- Undergarments should not be seen under clothing.
- No sleepwear or slippers.
- Shoes must have closed toes and heels.
- Heels on shoes must be less than 2” in height.
"Research shows that family involvement promotes student success. Students with involved parents are more likely to earn higher grades, attend school more regularly, have better social skills and go on to secondary education." National PTA
- New High School Health Requirements
- New High School Health Requirements
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- Anti-Bullying Hotline
- Posted 24 January 2011
- Anti-Bullying Hotline Number: 302-454-2171 ext. 144
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Students of the Month
Top Six Reasons to Choose Shue-Medill
- 6. It's your neighborhood school
- 5. Intramural sports at the school
- 4. High School credit courses available
- 3. A top notch band, orchestra, and chorus
- 2. Academic Competition teams
- 1. A strong supportive PTA