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Superintendents Message

We are already in our third month of the school year and students are hard at work. Please take some time to visit your child’s school. Whether they are in elementary school or a teenager, your child needs you to be connected to their school. Recently, I was reminded of a great book by Dr. Timothy Rasinski, The Fluent Reader. In this book, Dr. Rasinski discusses the importance of oral reading for students. His research concludes that oral reading is not just great for the reader, but also for the listener as it provides the opportunity for children to increase their word recognition, fluency, and comprehension. 

Taking the time to read to your children and to listen to them read to you is critical to the development of reading. It is also important to give your child an opportunity to respond to what they have just heard. It is in their response to what they have heard or read that your child can begin to demonstrate fully what they may learn from their listening and reading. 

I am consistently amazed at the wonderful events occurring each day in the classrooms throughout our district. However, I know that we can continue to do an even better job. Your voice is an essential part of our improvement efforts. As a member of our community, it is important that you hold our schools, staff, and students accountable for teaching and learning. Collectively, we can do great things!
Mark G. Sutton

  • SHS Student Receives Scholarship
    Pictured below is Hernan Gill and Mrs. Debbie Richardson, Learning Director at Selma High, recognizing Hernan for his scholarship award of $3,000.00 received at the 4.0 or Higher event held at the Fresno Fair. Hernan was chosen a scholarship winner for his academic excellence at SHS.
    SHS Student Receives Scholarship
     
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  • SHS Students of Characters - September 2014
    Pictured below are Yesica Alvarez with her AVID teacher, Jennifer Manter and David Ferrer with his teachers Christina Gonzalez and Mrs. Kutsuberria who were chosen as Student of Character at Selma High for the month of September. The two students were nominated by their teachers for their outstanding contributions to Bear Nation. Each were awarded a Dell tablet for being chosen. The Student of Character awards support Selma High's PBIS program that looks to recognize positive contributions by students and staff.
     Yesica Alvarez with her AVID teacher
     Jennifer Manter and David Ferrer with his teachers Christina Gonzalez and Mrs. Kutsuberria  

     
     
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  • Bears of Brilliance for September
    Below are the Bears of Brilliance for the month of September from Selma High School. Pictured from left to right are Jonathan Vivian, RSP teacher, Amy Read, English Teacher and Derek Gagnon, School Resource Officer. These staff members were nominated by their peers for their outstanding positive contributions to Bear Nation. Bears of Brilliance is part of the Positive Behavior Intervention Supports program (PBIS) at Selma High School.  
    Bears of Brilliance September 2014

     
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  • Parent Portal Web Address
    The web address below is now used for parents to access the Parent Portal to view student's grades in classes at Selma High. Call Lorrie Romero at Selma High School, 898-6550, for more information on accessing the Parent Portal.
     

     
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