The Dale Turner YMCA will be offering their Before and After-School Enrichment (BASE) program at all Shoreline K-5 schools for the 2024-25 school year. The BASE program currently operates at Echo Lake, Lake Forest Park, Parkwood, and Syre elementary schools.
Starting in January, the School Board and Superintendent Reyes will begin holding regular community listening sessions.
Shoreline Schools will be closed December 25 - January 5 for Winter Break.
The Since Time Immemorial curriculum was developed to provide educators with materials that were endorsed by all 29 federally recognized tribes of Washington State. During this year’s Native American Heritage Month, many classrooms across Shoreline School District are deepening their learning and appreciation for indigenous culture, history, and contributions to our communities. A recent visit to Highland Terrace Elementary School showcased the power that learning about Native Americans can have on our youngest learners, as they learn from the lesson “Stories and Histories of Our Place.”
Take a video tour around the district and school websites to view the organization structure, new features, and improved experience.
Volunteering at Brookside is a great way to enhance the learning experiences of our students. Our volunteer page has information and paperwork to get started.
Get your school supplies ready for the first day. Check our each grade's list in the drop down or download a 1 page printable list.
Jobs offer benefits, flexible schedule, paid training, and more.