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As we approach the holiday season, it is important to take some time to reflect on what we are accomplishing on behalf of the children we serve in Selma.  I am inspired at the hard work of all of our staff.  The entire staff of employees at Selma Unified continue to do an amazing job with all students and are so dedicated in their mission to make a difference in the lives of our children.  I am excited to see the learning taking place as I visit classrooms at every school site.  We are blessed with tremendous facilities and people who care for them.  Most importantly, I am encouraged by our children.  As a collective group, they continue to rise to meet every challenge placed before them and will lead us as productive citizens in the future.  We are privileged to serve them and we appreciate all that you do, as parents or relatives, to help us to accomplish this great, but extremely worthwhile task of educating all students.

Take time to share with friends and loved ones over the holidays and make this time of year special.  May you and your families have a Blessed Holiday Season!

Mark G. Sutton


  • Selma High Rotary Student of Character
     Pictured below from left to right are Mrs. Jennifer Manter, Natalie Correra, Bob Allen and Mrs. and Mrs Correa at the December Selma Rotary meeting. Natalie Correa was names Selma High School's Student of Character by the Selma Rotary. Mrs. Manter, AVID teacher for Natalie describes her as a hard worker who is responsible and dedicated to academics and athletics. Congratulations to Natalie and her parents for the outstanding award.
    Rotary Student of Character Natalie Correa  

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  • Students of Character for December
     Pictured are Lauren Rocha with Ms. Erin Niino and Silvano Garcia with Ms. Julie Toste who were nominated and chosen Students of Character for the month of December at Selma High School. Ms. Niino states that Lauren is a hard working student who is mature and a great role model for other students. Ms. Toste describes Silvano has a student who has voluntarily worked after school to improve his grades and he shows maturity and responsibility. Both students demonstrate Selma High’s FIVE each day. Both were presented a Dell tablet for school and home use. The Student of Character program is part of Selma High’s PBIS program looking to recognize positive contributions by students and staff.
    Lauren Rocha and Ms. Niino Silvano Avendano Garcia and Mrs. Toste

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