Please stay warm and safe today as we have NO SCHOOL due to inclement weather.
Just a reminder... tomorrow evening we will have our SHES Talent Show practice as we prepare for the our dinner theatre show on Friday night!
Reminder... NO SCHOOL on Monday, January 21st.
SHES wellness fair and family fitness event is happening this morning! We hope you can join us as we celebrate the new year. 9-11 a.m. in our SHES gym and main hallway!
Pajama day and Santa hats tomorrow at SHES!
We hope to see you tonight at our 5th and 6th grade music program!
Donations of new hats, gloves, socks and toys are being collected daily by STUCO for distribution at out SHES community outreach event at New Hope Food Pantry on Saturday. December 15th.
Pink out day is tomorrow at SHES!
Just a reminder... NO SCHOOL for students tomorrow (Monday, November 26th)
It’s not too late to come to SHES for our Reading in Your Jammies event focused on Brush, Book &Bed! It is open house style so come by anytime before 7:00 p.m. We hope you can make it!
Looking forward to seeing our SHES families in their jammies tonight as we host hands-on activities for our Brush, Book, Bed literacy night! 6-7 pm
Friday, November 16 is a Class Color Day and school-wide photo sponsored by SHES student council. See the image for each class color.
We hope to see you at our patriotic sing-along in honor of all veterans on Monday 9:15 am. at SHES!
As we continue to discuss Red Ribbon week and living drug-free, consider asking your child to share 3 things he/she loves about your school. Then discuss how drugs would mess up education.
We look forward to seeing our hats on tomorrow during our final day of Red Ribbon week!
Wear your favorite SHES gear on Monday, October 29th as our Red Ribbon Week activities continue!
Thank you for making our SHES parent-teacher conferences a success with 94% attendance over the last two days!
We look forward to seeing our students and families on Monday.
Red Ribbon week continues at SHES. Consider asking your child to think of a goal he/she wants to reach. Ask, “How might drugs keep you from reaching that goal?”
We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming parent-teacher conferences!
The National Red Ribbon Week theme is “Life is Your Journey. Travel Drug Free!”
Consider asking your child to share 3 places anywhere in the world that he/she would like to go. Then ask... “How would drugs keep you from enjoying your journey?”
Red Ribbon week continues with “Jean-ius” day. Wear jeans on Wednesday!
Red Ribbon week begins at SHES tomorrow. All students and staff are encouraged to wear red to show... “ We are Ready to Live Drug Free!”
Tomorrow is the last day for our SHES food drive benefiting Harvesters. Nonperishable food items and cash donations are being accepted. $1=3 items. Our 6th grade continues to be in the lead with over 300 items. The winning grade level receives a pizza party lunch with Washburn University athletes. Thank you for your support of our Topeka community!
6th grade is in the lead with 86 items collected for our SHES food drive. We are collecting non-perishable food items or cash all week. $1= 3 items. All collections are being donated to Harvesters.