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Principal Update - Spring is Almost Here!

posted Mar 9, 2021, 12:40 PM by Beth Dean

It is almost Spring!

As the weather warms up many students typically start pulling out some of their lighter clothing to wear at school.  Due to this, I want to send out a friendly reminder related to our dress code policy at SHS.  

  • No clothing that promotes drugs, alcohol, or has explicit language

  • Students should show proper attention to personal hygiene.

  • All clothing must fully cover the belly and buttocks for males and females, and undergarments should not show during normal activity.

  • Shorts and skirts need to be worn at an appropriate non-offensive length.  Shirts and tops may not reveal excess amounts of chest, shoulders and back for both males and females.

Thank you for all your effort in keeping SHS a school where the primary focus is student learning.

                                                                                        David Miles II - Sandpoint High Principal

Student photos for this years Monticola- Deadline 2/22!

posted Feb 17, 2021, 1:19 PM by Beth Dean

Due to Covid protocols we were unable to bring a photographer in to take school photos.  School photos whether purchased or not were then used by the yearbook staff in the final product.  This year we are asking for your help in getting your students picture in the Monticola (SHS yearbook).  Please click here and follow the instructions in this letter to complete by Monday, February 22nd.  

An Open Message to the Students from Principal Miles-

posted Feb 4, 2021, 9:46 AM by Beth Dean

Hello All,

I hope you had a great first semester/term 1 and 2!
I'm glad we were able to successfully complete half a year without too many interruptions and I'm looking forward to the second half of the year.
I have two things I hope you can help me with:
1. We are running out of masks to give away each day. I give out around 110 daily. We will eventually run out requiring you to bring your own. Please try your best now to remember to bring your own mask each day so we can extend the time we can hand out masks to those who are truly in need or forget. 
2. Please be aware of your garbage. We are finding an increase in breakfast, lunch, and mask garbage in the mornings and evenings. With the fluctuating weather patterns, they are getting wet, breaking, and freezing to the benches and ground where they are being left. Please try to get your garbage into the garbage cans provided so we can keep a clean and professional looking atmosphere for visitors!
I appreciate all the efforts you have been making this year. If you have any questions or concerns you would like to share with me I am always interested in having conversations.

Welcome Back - 2021

posted Jan 4, 2021, 6:43 AM by Beth Dean

Hello All,

I am very excited to see you all again for the new year. I am looking forward to a better year though I have been impressed with how our community found solutions to the difficulties faced this past year. I look forward to continued progress and problem solving as we close out this challenging school year.

A few reminders:

  1. Please come back ready to continue our safety protocols with a renewed vigor. I know it’s easy to forget, become overwhelmed, and feel ready to move on but we must continue to do our best to maintain the safest possible environment. I am willing to be uncomfortable and inconvenienced from time to time to keep school open and I hope you will also choose to do so as well. These protocols include: a) wearing a face covering at all times, b) maintaining social distancing, and c) following proper hygiene practices such as washing your hands often and staying home when you are not feeling well.

  2. The end of Term 2 is fast approaching! The last day of this term is Jan. 29th (a non school day). Progress reports will be sent after this week to help you identify your current progress. The time will fly by quickly so be sure to continue your academic progress. Talk with teachers and counselors and if you have any questions or need help completing your classes. All IPs from last spring will also need to be completed by this time.

  3. Please remember class work is on Schoology for almost all classes. You should be checking your class sites and completing work everyday whether you are attending school in person or not.

  4. If you are involved in any extracurricular activities or athletic teams for SHS, please help us follow the new protocols from the State of Idaho. It is paramount we follow the guidelines in order to continue to offer sporting events this season. You can read the guidelines here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Oztu2rnBbdbWYBamTr89hOw032DM_fv-/view?usp=sharing

Thank you again for your continued support and please feel free to reach out to me with questions, concerns, or suggestions.

David Miles II

Sandpoint High School Principal

David Miles II
Sandpoint High School
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SHS Winter Home Games Streamed on Facebook

posted Dec 3, 2020, 12:38 PM by Beth Dean   [ updated Dec 3, 2020, 12:41 PM ]

Due to Govenor Littles  Covid stage 2 restrictions we are not allowed to have fans, parents or spectators at our winter sporting events in the gym.  We understand how much you want to support our student athletes and how much we wish our entire student body had the opportunity to attend as well, we just can't right now.  Thanks to our technology director, Matt Brass and others we are able to offer real time streamed events via our SHS Facebook page.  
 Sandpoint High School facebook.   You do not have to be a facebook member to view. We hope you will watch and share with the world!  SHS Bulldogs are resilient!

New Bell Schedule - Beginning Monday, November 30

posted Nov 20, 2020, 2:52 PM by Beth Dean   [ updated Nov 20, 2020, 2:52 PM ]

New bell schedule!  Lunch will be at the end of 4th, please take note of the new class times.  School will start at the same time.  Doors open at 8:20am and school begins at 8:50am

New Bell Schedule - Effective Monday, Novembet 30

Basketball/Winter Extra Curricular Activities - Stage 2 Govenors Orders

posted Nov 17, 2020, 7:55 AM by Beth Dean

The Inland Empire League (IEL) is in agreement that we will follow the Governor's Stage 2 order regarding winter extra curricular activities. The IEL has determined that only participants in winter sports and essential workers will be allowed in games and events. There will be no fans in attendance. Each school will attempt to live stream events when possible. If the governor moves us to Stage 3, we will re-evaluate fan attendance.  

Participants and essential team workers will be listed on each school's roster. Each school will determine the essential workers for the clock, book, etc. 

Veterans Day 2020

posted Nov 11, 2020, 8:21 AM by Beth Dean   [ updated Nov 11, 2020, 8:22 AM ]

Thank you to our SHS Veterans and all Veterans for your service.  The following video was put together by Student Council with student Colton Moore, producer.  

Good News! Extended Free Breakfast/Lunch

posted Nov 4, 2020, 10:33 AM by Beth Dean

We are pleased to announce that Free Breakfast and Free Lunch has been extended through June 2021 for all children 1 through 18 years of age. The USDA has extended previously approved waivers and provided full funding for LPOSD to continue offering FREE meal services, regardless of household size and income through the remainder of the school year.   

Football vs Moscow Friday - Without a ticket you will not be admitted-

posted Nov 4, 2020, 9:10 AM by Beth Dean

Friday's football game! Senior citizens must have a ticket in hand, still no charge but must come to the school on Thursday beginning at 1:15pm to pick one up. (If available). Century club and ASB card holders will not be admitted without purchasing a ticket. $6 each. No one is guaranteed a ticket you must come to the school to purchase. Today's ticket sales are for family of active players only. We are severly restricted by the number of patrons allowed inside the city's facility. NO ONE is admitted, WITHOUT A TICKET. No ticket sales over the phone, debit cards not accepted, cash or check only. For more information please call the bookkeeper (Arlene) at 208-263-3034 ext 4001 Please share. Please respect the process. The game will be streamed. and .......GO BULLDOGS!

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