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Free and Reduced-Price Meal Applications Available

Apply today for free breakfast and lunch for students while at school.

Applications are available in English, Spanish, Amharic, Chinese, Korean, and Tingrinya.

Learn More and Apply

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Hispanic Heritage Month September 15 - October 15

Please join us in celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month and expressing our appreciation for our Hispanic and Latinx students, staff, families, and community members!

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Our Vision for Special Education

My job teaching in special education gives me the chance to help my students develop new skills, overcome challenges, and build confidence in themselves. It's amazing to see the positive changes that come from building confidence, and it's one of the most rewarding parts of my job. When we help them build confidence, we're helping them see that they're just as capable of achieving their goals as anyone else.

- Emilie Falk, Resource Room Teacher, Highland Terrace Elementary School

Disability History and Awareness Month takes place during October to increase awareness, respect, and acceptance for people with disabilities, and to bring a greater sense of pride to people with disabilities.

See our Special Education Vision and Guiding Principles

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Enroll Now for 2023-24

We accept students throughout the year, and it's not too late for the 23-24 school year!

So if you are new to Shoreline or Lake Forest Park, or you have a young child enrolling in school for the first time, now is the time to sign up for school in Shoreline School District.

Shoreline schools are open to students who live within and outside of the boundaries of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park.

Learn More and Enroll

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Superintendent Susana Reyes

Superintendent Reyes loves taking part in community events and visiting Shoreline schools. A recent visit to Einstein Middle School with members of the School Board was a lively glimpse into science explorations.

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Welcoming Environments for Families

Shoreline Schools welcome students and their families with smiling faces, from our youngest preschool learners to high school seniors about to finish their K-12 schooling journeys with us.

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Shoreline Elementary Schools Serve Students in Kindergarten - Grade 5

Nine elementary school buildings serve a diverse population of young learners from Shoreline, Lake Forest Park, and beyond the Shoreline School District boundary.

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Thank You, Local Voters!

Strong support for recent bonds from voters in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park have allowed the school district to maintain and update buildings as well as build all-new, modern facilities that foster safety and security and support learning.

News & Events

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Registration for the October 5 and 12 flu and COVID vaccine clinic slots have been filled, so we are offering another opportunity.

Flu and COVID vaccines will be available to staff, students, families, and community members at Shorecrest and Shorewood high schools two dates in October.

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While the full 12-month district wall calendar was not produced for the 23-24 school year, there are many other printable and online calendar options available to staff, families, students, and community members on the district’s calendar page and on school websites.