Welcome to Shelton Intermediate School
School hours are 8:05-2:50
School hours are 8:05-2:50
The Teen Summer Reading Program for Shelton Libraries is geared to kids entering grades 5-12. Teens are encouraged to visit either Plumb Memorial Library or Huntington Branch Library to register for the program. There will be weekly prizes of $25 gift cards and teens have a chance to enter in both libraries to increase their chances of winning weekly. See the attached flyers for more info.
The Shelton Public School system is looking for committed individuals who are interested in working as tutors and/or substitute staff for the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic year. For more information please contact Human Resources: 203-924-1023, extension 339
The redistricting plan proposal for Booth Hill, Elizabeth Shelton, Long Hill, Mohegan, and Sunnyside elementary schools was adopted by the Shelton Board of Education at their meeting on Wednesday, April 24, 2019. Please see attached PDF "new" school zone map which outlines all elementary school districts and lists school zones by street and lot. Note that PDF map can be enlarged to determine street names and lot positions.
All elementary school families that were directly affected by redistricting have been contacted by their current school with a transition plan for their students.
Welcome to Shelton Intermediate School (SIS). The “Middle School” years are a unique period of time during which you will notice a tremendous amount of social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth. To assist students during their years spent at SIS, we have developed this handbook. Please take the time to read and review this handbook with your child / children. This handbook will prove to be a valuable resource to which you can refer to answer a variety of questions regarding a number of policies and procedures which exist at SIS.
At Shelton Intermediate School, our goal is to enable our students to experience social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth. In addition, we attempt to instill in our students a sense of personal accountability in all areas ranging from academic performance to behavior. Every effort is made to ensure that students are provided with a safe and positive environment in which learning can take place. We promote empathy, courtesy, and respect while teaching our students to appreciate diversity in all of its various forms. Our academic programs are designed around a set of learning principles, or core beliefs, which frame the concept of “learning for understanding” in which students are challenged to apply their knowledge in a variety of contexts.
Parental involvement is critical to ensure the success of each child. It is for this reason that we encourage parents / guardians to be involved in the education of their respective children. Maintaining open lines of communication will allow us to work together with you, the parent / guardian, to do what is in the best interest of your child.
Please allow us to extend our best wishes for a healthy, productive, and successful school year. If you have questions or concerns, we encourage you to contact us so that issues can be addressed in an appropriate and timely fashion.
KENNETH D. SARANICH, PRINCIPAL