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3/01/12 > Advisory Committee Meeting: March 1, 2012 at 6:30 pm in room I-109

Advisory Committee Meeting: March 1, 2012 at 6:30 pm in room I-109
11/14/11 > Desert Town Hall: Youth Ambassador Program

Youth Ambassador Program Volunteer Application

New This Year! An exclusive and exciting opportunity for 10 Coachella Valley high school students to volunteer for four evening events in the 2012 Season of Desert Town Hall, the desert's premier speaker series.

Vice President Dick Cheney and daughter Liz Cheney, Political Commentator - Thursday, January 26
David Brooks - Author and New York Times columnist - Sunday, February 12
Robert Gates - former U.S. Secretary of Defense - Monday, March 5
Bob Ballard - Ocean Explorer & discoverer of the Titanic - Thursday, April 5

We invite the participation of your best and most deserving students.

  DOWNLOAD : YAP Youth Volunteer Application 2012 (148kb .doc)

Thank you for your kind attention. Please contact us with any questions at (760) 610-2852.

Brian S. Harnik
Board President
Desert Town Hall

5/20/11 > ASB Elections & Spring Carnival

ASB Elections & Spring Carnival

Where: in the grass

When: quad area after school

Time: 3:30 - 5:30 PM

5/20/11 > ASB Elections

ASB Elections via WEB, Details to follow!

5/19/11 > Spring Sports Assembly

Spring Sports Pep Assembly (Thursday Block A)

5/14/11 > Spring Spirit Week

Spring Spirit Week

May 14th to the 19th

Details to be released this week with Dress Up Days, etc.

5/12/11 > Staff vs. Student Softball

Staff vs. Student Softball game

Time: 5:00 PM

See Mrs. Perrence for more details!

5/03/11 > Tryouts for Talent Show!
3-5 pm!
5/03/11 > Robotics Club returns from St. Louis

Welcome back to Shadow Hills High School!! Our very own "Noble Nuts" Robotics team competed in St. Louis, Missouri and placed 25 out of 85 teams. 

The team is led by teachers Kate Keener and Carol Carey.

Here is a link with more information:



5/02/11 > SHHS Book Fair

Book Fair

May 2-6 Room E-114

To be held before school, during lunch & after school

Teacher Sneak Peek Friday April 29 after school until 3:45pm

4/18/11 > Test Taking Tips

Test Taking Tips

This four-panel brochure will provide parents with the Do's and Don'ts, Test-Taking Strategies, and a list of parent friendly websites to assist their children in this annual event.

 Test Taking Tips Link
3/24/11 > College and Career Day
3/24/11 > Spring Sports Team and Individual Shots

Please pick up picture packets from Ron Shipley

3/22/11 > School Site Council

School Site Council (3:30 P.M.) PTO (7 P.M.)

3/21/11 > College Journey

Staff Wear college wear - discuss last 10 minutes of each class.

3/15/11 > Middle School and High School Cheer Camp

You've got spirit, yes you do!

Come see what Knights cheerleading is all about

Come be a part of something great!!



Middle School and High School Cheer Clinic hosted by

  SHHS Cheer Team


Tuesday, March 15th  3:30pm-5pm  $10.00


SHHS Gymnasium

We will have a performance on Thursday, March 17th at 3pm during the SHHS Staff vs. Student Volleyball game




*We will be teaching a cheer and going over motions, jumps, and tumbling to help get you ready to be a cheerleader


*No prior cheer experience necessary


Please contact Coach Kara Contreras at 760-393-5400 or kara.contreras@dsusd.us with any questions

3/14/11 > AP Tests

AP Tests will be sold in the student store from March 7th to the 30th.

3/08/11 > Panda Express Dine Out



Date:   Tuesday March 8th 2011

Time: 10:00am-10:00pm

Location: I-10& Jackson Panda Express


You must present this flyer just click on the file and download.

  20% of your  purchase will be donated to Shadow Hills High

School PTO


3/07/11 > AP Tests

AP Tests will be sold in the student store from March 7th to the 25th.

3/01/11 > Board of Education Presentation

Dinner at 5:30 PM and presentation at 7PM

3/01/11 > Board of Education

Board of Education presentation at the District Office - Presentation at 7PM.

2/28/11 > Academic Awards Assembly

Academic Awards Assembly - 10am in the theatre. Only release students who are listed as award winners.

2/24/11 > DRA visit SHHS and course requests
2/16/11 > Lady Knights win 1st CIF Playoff game!!

Girls Soccer Team Wins!!

Congratulations to the Shadow Hills High School girls soccer team for earning the right to advance to the second round of the CIF playoffs by beating Nuview Bridge from the WARRIOR league. 

The girls will travel to play number one ranked St. Genevieve on Thursday.  Check with Coach Shipely for details.

2/14/11 > Valentine's Day Sock Hop

6PM to 8PM

Watch for special appearnace by cupid, John Johnson! Anybody who went to Winter Ball and bring 2 friends to the dance gets in free.

2/08/11 > National Counseling Week

Take a moment to thank OUR amazing Counselors and Counseling Department.



2/03/11 > Academy of Technology and Landscape Management is coming to Shadow Hills High School

Advisory Committee Meeting: Feb 3, 2011 at 6:30 pm


Academy of Technology and Landscape Management

Video Click here  

A new Career Technical Education program at Shadow Hills High School is going to be called "Academy of Technology and Landscape Management" and will emphasize Turf Management, landscape design and installation.  The program will provide the student knowledge and skills that can lead to employment right after high school in a golf course community or prepare them to pursue higher education in a college or university setting.

1/31/11 > Wrestlers: 2011 De Anza League Champions

Wrestlers: 2011 De Anza League Champions

Congratulations go to the coaching staff and wrestlers of the Shadow Hill High School wrestling team.  They won the De Anza League championship for the 2011 season.


1/25/11 > Spirit Week - Random Item from My Closet

Spirit Week - Random Item from My Closet

1/24/11 > New Schedules

New schedules will be handed out in front of the ASB office for all students.

1/24/11 > Winter Formal Spirit Week

January 24th to 28th, Winter Formal Spirit Week - Details to follow.

1/24/11 > Spirit Week - Band Tee Shirt Day

Spirit Week - Band Tee Shirt Day

1/18/11 > Auditions for spring show
See Ms.Deady for more infomation.
1/06/11 > Starry Knights Productions, Spring Play, “Twelfth Night”, by William Shakespeare

Yes, this is quite a bit at one time, but "we are wasting daylight" and must be ready to go!

Starry Knights Productions, Spring Play, "Twelfth Night", by William Shakespeare

Performances are Wed- Sat, March 24 through 28, 2011, in the big theatre. Auditions are next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 11, 12 and 13, from 3 to 5 PM.

Here's what you need to know in order to be happy and organized.

1.   Our monologue competition is also the Thursday of competitions. You can do both things at once. If you are interested in a speaking part for "Twelfth Night", use the monologue you have prepared for that. If you would like to come to the Tuesday or Wednesday auditions to practice for the competition, now that's good thinking!

2.   We are not able to go to Chapman this year. Scholarship and college career steps are stressed for this competition and would be better served by taking seniors and juniors next year. So, plan to compete in our Monologue competition next week. There will be prizes.

3.   Rehearsals for "Twelfth Night" will be Tuesday, Wednesday( as needed for fencing rehearsals) and Thursday until the middle of March. Check to see if you are available after school from 3 to 6 PM.

4.   You do not need to audition for our show in order to compete in the monologue competition. The 2 grand finalists will represent us at English Speaking Union on Friday, February 18th at College of the Desert. But there will be many more prizes.

5.   If you wish to audition, fill out a form and read the play. No experience? Now's the time.

Confused? Don't be! Please contact Ms Deady for monologues, information or to come by for a cup of tea.

12/09/10 > 2nd Annual Holiday Event: December 9th and 10th 6 pm

Starry Knight Productions

2nd Annual Holiday Event

A Night of Friends and Families

  • Dec 9th and 10th in the MPR at 6 pm.
  • $5 drinks and Deserts included
  • Children 5 and under free
  • Tickets: Pre-Sale only
  • Contact: Sharon Deady at sharon.deady@dsusd.us

12/06/10 > Transfer Applications

Transfer Applications to Shadow Hills High School now available for the 2011 2012 school year.


Beginning November 1, 2010 through April 1, 2011 the office of Child Welfare and Attendance will begin taking Intra and Inter District transfer applications for the 2011-2012 school year. You may pick up an application in the office of Child Welfare and Attendance located at 47950 Dune Palms Rd. in La Quinta. Applications are also available on line by going into the Desert Sands Unified School District web site under Child Welfare and Attendance documents.

Transfers are allowed in Desert Sands per Board of Education policy, and are based on space and program availability. For schools whose capacity will not allow for the number of applications made, an unbiased lottery process is made to fill available spots for applications that have been submitted on or before April 1, 2011. Two lotteries will be conducted: One will be for Intra-District transfers, and one for Inter-District transfers. Applicants who are not chosen are placed on a waiting list in the order established by the lottery in case more spots open up at a later date. Parents will be notified by mail as to whether or not they were selected by May 31, 2011.

12/06/10 > Fresh & Easy


MONDAY D ecember 6 -  4-8 PM

Fresh & Easy 

(corner of 42nd and Jackson Streets)


Shop for Schools Night

SHHS PTO will receive 5% of all sales

between these hours.


Please come by and join us tonight!

12/06/10 > Penny Wars !
Penny Wars are here! WE will be distributing bottles to classes tomorrow and collecting through Next Tuesday- the 7th period class with the most money will receive a pizza lunch on Friday December 17th.
12/06/10 > Toys for Tots
We are collecting toys for Toys for Tots - any student who brings a new / unwrapped toy to the activities office will receive a coupon for $5.00 off Winter Formal. We will collect these starting Wednesday the 8th. All Toys stay local here in the desert
11/22/10 > School will be closed November 22-26 for Thanksgiving Holiday....
School will be closed November 22-26 for Thanksgiving Holiday....



  We Teach Success

  • Graduation Requirements
  • A-G UC/CSU Admission Requirements
  • Be Organized, Be Successful in the Classroom, Manage your Time and Study Smart
  • Job Market and Career Options
  • To Do Lists
  • Testing
  • NCAA Guidelines
  • College and University  and Post High School Options
  • Exploration
11/15/10 > Christmas Tree Sales for Band and Cheer

Christmas trees distribution lot will be on December 4th from 9am to 2pm in the parking lot of Shadow Hills High School. All trees sales are due on Friday November 19th.

11/15/10 > Penny Wars for Toys for Tots

Will take place first 2 weeks in December. Class competition during 7th period. Class witht the most money will receive a pizza party on the last day before Winter Break.

11/15/10 > Basketball

Knights Basketball Cookie Dough and Pizza Sales happening this week.

11/08/10 > Free Baby Sitter Class


Program Location:


  • Sponsored by Eisenhower Medical Center's Pediatric Unit, this class is FREE and open to the
  • public 12 years of age or older.
  • As a babysitter, you might be faced with emergency situations you may be unprepared to handle.
  • Eisenhower's Babysitters Class will give you information to help you prepare for these
  • emergencies.


  • * How to handle a high fever
  • * Recognizing unsafe situations/how to childproof the home
  • * Demonstration of basic first aid
  • * What to do if you suspect poisoning or choking
  • * How to handle a police or fire emergency
  • * What to do if you suspect a prowler
  • * Learn about "Consent for Treatment"

* Learn emergency telephone numbers

Learn how to care for infants to school age children

Time will be allowed for questions. Plan to eat dinner prior to attending. Light refreshments will be served.

Call 760-773-2083 , from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Registration


39000 Bob Hope Drive, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270



11/05/10 > Holiday Fundraiser

Shadow Hills High School

Football and Cheer Fundraiser

  • Order now by way of football players or from the cheerleading team members. 
  • Last Day to order Nov 21, 2010
  • Payment method: Cash or Check
  • Pick up/Delivery: December 4th, 2010 8 am -5 pm.


 Holiday Trees.pdf
11/03/10 > The Legend of Sleepy Hollow


11/03/10 > The Legend of Sleepy Hollow: Program guide
11/01/10 > Band and Colorguard
Congratulations to the Regiment of the Realm and Colorguard for a first place win at the parade last weekend. Way to go Knights Band and Colorguard Members!
11/01/10 > Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Show tickets are on sale at the Student Store- Online and at the door each night of the event.
11/01/10 > Final Home games in Volleyball and Football this week!
Come out and cheer the Knights on!
10/14/10 > Panda Express Fundraiser


  • Date: Thursday Oct 14th 2010
  • Time: 10:00am-10:00pm
  • Location: I-10& Jackson Panda Express Present this flyer from 10:00am-10:00pm and 20% of Your purchase will be donated to Shadow Hills High School Band

Contact person Paul Bluto 760-393-5400

10/01/10 > P-SAT Exam

P-SAT 2010
GRADES 9,10 and 11



OCTOBER 13, 2010
Time: 8:00 AM
Dependent upon number of examinees
COST IS $20.00 for all students
Pick up a P-SAT Student Guide when you sign up
and pay your fee.

9/20/10 > Robotics Club

SHHS Robotics Club

Shadow Hills High School will be participating in the 2011 season of the FIRST Robotics competition. FIRST stands for "For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology".  At the Kickoff in January the students will see the challenge for this year and begin to design their robot.  In just six weeks, we will join teams from around the world to compete in regional events.  The robots will be judged on design, innovation, culture changing behavior and performance.

This fall we will be recruiting members, attending workshops and learning all we can about robots before the Kickoff in January.  On the left you'll find links to the various aspects of the club.  Please contact the Advisor, Kate Keener with questions or suggestions.  We are looking forward to a fun experience!

9/07/10 > The Legend of Sleepy Hollow: Auditions

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

Dare Yourself to Be Part of the Show

Auditions for All Actors

Wednesday and Thursday, September 8 and 9

From 3 PM to 6PM in the Performing Arts Center


Wanted: Shadow Hills High School Male and Female Actors. Experience is not necessary. This year's fall show in our theatre will be a mysterious comedy about the original Jack o lantern of early American folklore.


Show Dates: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 3rd through 6th.


Questions? See Ms Deady in the Theatre for an audition packet or for any other questions you might have.


How: Come to auditions on Wednesday or Thursday, you choose what day you would like. We will let you know before you leave that day if we can offer you a part. Please check rehearsal and performance dates before you decide to be in the show.


What do you need for auditions? Please fill out the forms in the audition packet and come to auditions ready to play. It's fun for all.


Interested in Production Team Positions? See Ms Deady, we have all kinds of parts available, some more messy and spooky than others. Seriously, if you are looking for something different, this may be your ticket to Theatre.


8/30/10 > ID Requirements


Student ID Requirement:

Due to our focus on schoolwide safety, beginning next Monday (May 3rd ), students without  proper SHHS IDs will be held outside the school grounds until the school starts.  Student options will be:

1) Ask parents to bring ID.  

2) Purchase new ID and or Lanyard from ASB at the cost of $5 for each piece.

3) Be assigned to OCS for the day. 

Torn, destroyed, or damaged IDs must be replaced. We can no longer issue paper temporary IDs due to costs and time.  Students found not wearing their IDs during the day may be escorted to OCS.  Not wearing IDs on campus is considered defiance and is subject to discipline.


Douglas N. Bluth


8/22/10 > Band Camp Schedule

This year's Band Camp information  


Band Camp Schedule  



23-25 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Rehearsal (11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Lunch Break)  

26-27 3:00 - 9:00 p.m. (due to teacher meetings)   Rehearsal (5:30-6:30; Dinner break)

27   Band Camp Concert   8:00 p.m  





During the first three morning sessions of Band Camp (8:00 -11:30 a.m.) we will focus on basic marching techniques outside while the weather is cooler. The afternoon sessions (12:30 - 4:00 p.m.) will be devoted to music in an indoor environment. The inside-outside schedule for the last two days of camp will depend on weather conditions. I will try and hold outdoor sessions when things are cooler. Students should plan on providing own their food for lunch and dinner breaks. It is possible for parents to pick up students and take them out for meals, but a better idea might be delivering their meals to them. There are no fast food places close to the SHHS campus.



Attention SHHS students:

"You will be denied your August registration packet for 2010/2011 until you have returned or paid for your outstanding textbooks or library books from Shadow Hills High School or from any previous district school you attended.  If you have outstanding books from two years ago, you will be denied your registration packet until your books are returned or paid for in full.  Please return your outstanding textbooks immediately to the district Kay King Media Center at 47-950 Dune Palms Road in La Quinta before August 1st.  To check if you have outstanding books, call 760-771-8619."


6/29/10 > Theatre Boot Camp

Theatre Boot Camp


School for Scoundrels- the Making of LSH, (Legend of Sleepy Hollow) or, "So you want to be in the Fall Show" and get a leg up on your fall audition?


This year's Theatre Boot Camp will be all about the fall show, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow", This is for students who want to perform, (act, sing, stage combat, and dance), as well as the student who is interested in production and management.  Session includes:


1. Character study for audition preparation- We challenge you to a game of "Stand and Deliver",

2. Music and movement of the 1790s. No kidding, they sang and danced before they had electricity? Blind Man's Bluff, what is that?

3. Come on down, Techies! Ever build a tree? Learn the secrets of painting for black light. You know you want to be among the famous who know how to rig the running, I mean, run the rigging!

4. Shadow puppets. No kidding. Ancient Asian art form, coming to Starry Knights Productions

"Heads will fly", or so we hope.


Tuesday, August 24th from 3 to 8 PM and Wednesday, August 25th from 3 to 8 PM - Open house from 7 to 8 PM in the Performing Arts Center, it's air conditioned! Your families are more than welcome!



Question: Do you need to be experienced in theatre? 

Answer: No! Our answer to that is, "Come on down." Don't know anyone? You will now, and before the 1st day of school.


Question: What else do I need to know?  

Answer: The cost is $20 for two days, which covers the cost of materials for your very own shadow puppet or mask and the cost of dinner each night, (served about 5:30PM). Please wear comfortable clothing that you can get dirty and bring closed toed shoes. Safety!


Ladies bring snacks, chips, cookies, or candy to share with your cast mates, Gentleman bring drinks, water, soda, etc to share with your cast mates.


Question: How do I sign up?

Go to the Shadow Hills High School Webstore located on the SHHS website, www.shadowhillshs.com and click on Webstore, pay your fees of $20 - or bring a check to the school to pay your fees in advance. Make sure you fill out this form and email it to Ms. Deady or fax it to the school at 760-393-5402 prior to the beginning of boot camp!




Tuesday, August 24th from 3PM to 8 PM

Wednesday, August 25th, from 3PM to 8 PM

Open house on Wednesday, from 7 to 8 PM

6/15/10 > Summer Registration Hours

June 14th - June 18th 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
June 21st to August 19th 
7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

6/10/10 > End of School Schedule: Last Two Days

Attention all parents and students; Thursday, June 10, 2010 will be a 7 period day, this will also be the final opportunity for students to complete exams for the semester.  School will dismiss at 2:37 p.m.


Friday, June 11, 2010 will be a minimum day for all students, school will dismiss at 11:46 a.m.  Students will be checking in all materials and checking out of school for the summer.

6/10/10 > Transfer Window is Extended: June 14-July 2.

The transfer window to Shadow Hills High School will reopen beginning June 14 through July 2 for the 2010-2011 school year.  Applications are available at DSUSD Child Welfare and Attendance Office 47-950 Dune Palms Road, La Quinta.  Phone: 760-771-8612


6/09/10 > Summer Bus Pass!!

Need a ride to summer school, camp, parks, rec centers, malls, movies, summer job? 

Buy Go Pass.  Go in air conditioned comfort on SunBus for 33¢ a day or $10 per month.


One GO PASS costs $30 for unlimited rides - June 1 to August 31 for kids 5 - 17.


6/08/10 > $20 Athletic Physicals

Athletic Physicals on our campus on Tuesday, June 8th beginning at 4:00 pm in the Gymnasium. There is a $20 fee and they physicals are good for 1 calendar year. It will cover you for all 3 sport seasons next year.

Contact Coach Shipley if you have any questions.

6/04/10 > Look Out Broadway Fundraiser Dinner: Supporting the SHHS Band and Colorguard

Look Out Broadway Fundraiser Dinner

Supporting the SHHS Band and Colorguard


Menu: Carne Asada Tacos, Rice, Beans and a Drink

Date: June 4th, 5:00-6:30 p.m.

Location: PAC Multi-Purpose Room

Presale Tickets: $5

At the Door: $7

Dessert: A la Carte Bake Sale Supporting the SHHS Choir

6/04/10 > Cross Country Meeting

For anyone interested in running cross-country and long distance for the track team next year, there will be a brief meeting this Friday during lunch in the gym @ 11:30. Come meet your new coach, Coach Avra is excited to meet all of you.

6/03/10 > Musical Review That Brings Broadway Back Home


Musical Review That Brings Broadway Back Home


Shadow Hills High School Concert Band

Shadow Hills High School Choir

Spring Concerts


Shadow Hills High School

Performing Arts Center

Thursday and Friday, June 3rd and 4th   at 7:00 PM

Tickets are $5.00 in advance, $7.00 at the Door

Students receive $2.00 with student ID

6/03/10 > Yearbook Distribution Schedule 2010

Yearbook Distribution Schedule 2010

1. Teacher Yearbooks will be distributed on Monday June 7th

2. All Customers must show ID!

3. Window 1 is for all customers A-L (All Grades)

4. Window 2 is for customers M-Z (All Grades)





Who Will Receive Books

Thurs. 6/3/2010

At Lunch and After School

Prepaid Honor Roll Students

Friday 6/4/2010

At Lunch and after School

Prepaid Students

Monday 6/7/2010

Lunch and After School

All Others $90 CASH ONLY

Tuesday 6/8/2010

Lunch and After School

All Others $90 Cash Only

Wednesday 6/9/2010

Lunch and After School

All Others $90 CASH Only

Thursday 6/10/2010

Lunch and After School

All Others $90 CASH Only

Friday 6/11/2010

Lunch and After School

All Others $90 Cash ONLY


Yearbook Sales Policy

All Sales will be during posted times only, no exceptions! Once a book is purchased the sale is final. Refunds may only be issued at the discretion of the adviser for the following reasons.

Any student who does not wish to keep his / her book may obtain a refund provided he book is returned in the same condition in which it is distributed. Books returned must be free of any marks, writing, damage, etc. Once returned the book becomes the property of the school and can be resold at the current price. Any refunds will be issued in the form of a check from the district office in La Quinta. NO CASH REFUNDS!

Exchanges can be made for minor flaws provided there is no writing in the book. The exception is if the adviser feels that the book is the flaw of the publisher, i.e. missing pages, upside down, etc. In that case the book will be replaced, regardless of signatures.

It will be the responsibility of the buyer to provide proof of a purchase in the form of a receipt of a cashed check. Only a valid blue bear receipt or a cancelled check will suffice as proof of payment.

5/28/10 > ASB Election Results
ASB Election Results are posted on the ASB Page!
5/28/10 > Our Online Store is here!!

Our Online Store is here! Pay your fees by credit card, for a small convenience fee. Check out the website by clicking on the button below! You must login in using your Student ID number. Specific instructions are found directly on the homepage of the WebStore. Questions email Mrs. Sherman at Kristin.sherman@dsusd.us


5/26/10 > McBooster Night at Mcdonalds

Let's have a McBooster Night!

On May 26, 2010

between 5-7p.m.

We will have a fundraiser for Shadow Hills High School Band and Colorgaurd.



42550 Jackson St. Indio, Ca 92201

Flyer not neede at the time of purchase, 20% of all proceeds will go to your school.(food must be bought INSIDE the resteraunt)

So come and support your SHHS Band and Colorguard!

5/26/10 > Looking to play Varsity sports at SHHS?

Looking to play Varsity sports at SHHS next year? Get a jump on the process and get your athletic clearance today! Click here to be taken to a site where you can print out the necessary forms. Questions email our athletic director, Ron Shipley at ron.shipley@dsusd.us Meeting on 5/26 @ 6pm in the lecture Hall for all incoming athletes. Come and find out what it takes to play for Shadow Hills!

4/24/10 > Starry Knights Building Days

Starry Knights Building Days!

If you have never been to our building days, you have not experienced what fun you can have with a drill and/or a paintbrush.

We are moving into the new facility while we build a simple set for our show on June 3rd and 4th, "Look Out, Broadway!"

The times are Saturdays, from 10 AM to 2 PM, in the PAC at SHHS.

Wear old comfortable clothing and bring anything special you would like to eat, or tools you would prefer to use.  We provide water and snacks. Everyone is welcome! Students, extra class credit!

Don't worry if you have no building experience, there is something to do for everyone. If you have any questions, please call 760-485- 4327, or contact Ms Deady at Sharon.deady@dsusdus .

This Saturday, April 24th Saturday, May 1st

Saturday, May 8th   Saturday, May 15th


3/30/10 > Testing Snacks

Testing Snacks!

 All this week please remind students to bring testing snacks to the student store at lunch or after school and receive a free slushy and also an entry into the $100 Best Buy Gift Card to be drawn at the end of the school day on Thursday!



Knights do it Right!


3/27/10 > Flying Doctors: Free Medical Services

Desert Mirage High School

For families with NO Medical Insurance

Free of Charge

86-150 Ave. 66, Thermal, CA

Saturday March 27, 2010

8:00 am - 3:00 pm



3/24/10 > A big thank you from the Cast and Crew of Comedy of Errors

Cast and Crew, March 2010

Thank you, Staff and Faculty,

For all Your Support

3/17/10 > New Contest!(:

All Non-Food purchases will be entered into a weekley drawing, all tees are $8 and all class sweatshirts are $20. Come by and make your purchase today, we will be drawing for a weekley $10 gift card on Friday.

Yearbooks are now $80, for ASB and $85 without.



3/12/10 > Comedy of Errors

"A Comedy of Errors"

Looking for a "Knight" on the town?  We invite you to join us in the MPR this week.
Come to our town, New Orleans in the 1890s.

Listen to the band as they take you on a journey.
Watch the actors as they carry you far away.
To another time and place, "A Comedy of Errors" 

2/22/10 > Drawing For An Inaugural Yearbook/ Best Buy Card

From Now Till March 10th - All Non-Food Purchases From The Student Store, Tees, Sweats, Stickers, Yearbooks Will Be Entered In A Free Drawing For An Inaugural Yearbook/$100 Best Buy Gift Card - Please Tell Students To Be Listening To Annoucements!


  Knights Do It R.I.G.H.T!

2/22/10 > Popcorn At Lunch Time!

Popcorn Is On Sale At The Student Store At Lunch Time - 100% Of The Proceeds Benefit That Athletic Department - Please Help Sperad The Word!

2/12/10 > ESU competition
Hello All:

Shadow Hills High School will be represented at this year's English Speaking Union competition at Collage of the Desert on February 11 by the students who won our competition, held this saturday. We had 14 students compete with Shakespearian monologues who were judged by collage students from out of the area.
Our winners are:
1. Taylor Cerny, who will perform a monologue from "Macbeth"
2. Scott Hancock, Who will perform a monologue from "Much Ado About Nothing"
3. Our alternate is: Madison Maler, who will perform a monologue from "Romeo and Juliet", if our winners are unable to compete.

The winners of the ESU competition at College of the Desert win a trip to New York and $500.2nd prize is $300 and 3rd place is $200. We will compete with high schools from our area, who also bring 2 winners and an alternate.

Congradulations to our Knights: Taylor, Scott and Madison and to all who competed.
2/03/10 > TUPE Program
SHADOW HILLS HIGH SCHOOL is an active participant of the T.U.P.E (Tobacco Use Prevention Education) program.

If you have questions, concerns or would like more information; please contact the SHHS Counseling and Student Services office at 760-393-5400 ext. 44146
2/03/10 > Attention!! Ornamental Horticulture is Coming to Shadow Hills High School!!


  @ Shadow Hills High School

As part of the California Career Education Act (CTE), this program will be availiable to this years Freshmen.  By following a sequence of courses starting in their sophomore year students will be able to obtain real on the job experience as interns in various golf course communities when they become seniors.

Possible assignments will include all aspects of turf management. 

  • Landscape Design
  • Golf Course Management
  • Water conservation
  • Mechanical skills
  • Planning
  •   Identify and control plant diseases and pests
  •   Design irrigation systems
  • Study fertilizers and soil management
  • Learn plant propagation (reproduction) techniques
  • Identify plants types

 Interested?  Contact your counselor or Mr. Gonzalez

1/25/10 > Winter Ball Tickets♥

Tickets for winter ball will sold at the student store window only BEFORE the dance.

$28 with ASB

$33 without ASB

$35 for Guest

1/11/10 > ID and Lanyards

For student safety, all students are required to wear school issued IDs during school hours.  Students without IDs will be placed in On Campus Suspension for the day and placed on the activities exclusion list for thirty (30) days.  Exclusion includes not participating in athletic events, dances, and all school extra-curricular activities for 30 calendar days.


Gooooooo Knights! :D




Apply through February 15, 2010, available to grade 9, 10, 11 and 12 students who have solid grades and are involved in volunteer, community or work experience. Apply on-line at www.bestbuy.com/scholarships or www.at15.com


12/16/09 > Little Women


the Cast and crew from

"Little Women" Holiday Events

Wish you a very merry Holiday!

Thank you for all your support and may the new year bring you joy and excitement.


All the Best,

Sharon Deady and the Theatre Department


12/16/09 > Track and CC Athletes

To all advanced or beginning Cross Country Athletes: You should now be on week #6 of the workout sheet as we prepare for the track season. If you have any questions you can e-mail Coach Lacy at narrowvlly@dc.rr.com or call him at 760-360-4366. 10th grader Anthony Garcia is also holding team workouts during this time.

Also, Cross Country athletes and other interested students, please plan to participate on the Shadow Hills High School Track Team and be a part of the Long Distance Runners. For more information see Coach Sterling in room H-101.

12/10/09 > Governors Fitness

Governors Fitness Challenge Kickoff- 10am-GYM!

11/30/09 > Powder Puff Football

All Freshman girls interested in participating on this years' inagural powder-puff football squad please come by E-111 and sign up with Coach DeRoo or make sure to attend the first meeting to be held tomorrow Tuesday at Lunch in E-111.

Powder-puff Football is Fast Approaching! - Frosh vs. Soph!!! Come and watch the girls battle it out in our first inagural PP football game under the lights at Shadow Hills High School, Wednesday December 2nd @ 6pm. Entrance is $3 per person, and free with an ASB card!!

11/30/09 > Theatre Performance of Little Women

THEATRE PERFORMANCE OF LITTLE WOMEN- December 10th and 11th @ 7 pm Tickets are sold at the Student Store and at the door of the event. Dessert Included.

11/26/09 > Thanksgiving Day 5k
It will be held at La Quinta Park. Contact Martha's Village and Kitchen for information.
11/20/09 > Recycling Fundraiser

Shadow Hills High School PTO is conducting a recycling fundraiser. There's nothing to buy. We are simply asking you to protect the environment by donating your used cellular phone(s), ink jet cartridge(s), laptop / notebookcopmuter(s), iPod(s), digital video camera(s), Your used item(s) may be tax deductible and will be recycled in accordance with EPA regulations or refurbished and sold. 100% of the proceeds will help fund Shadow Hills High School PTO.

 We greatly apperciate your support!

 Best regards,

 Shaodw Hills High Shool PTO

Jimmy Santa Maria / (1760) 902-7217

11/09/09 > Teen Center Van

The Teen Center Van Will Be Here Every Day Beginning Monday, November 9th Right After School To Take You Over to The Teen Center . Your Parents Will Have To Pick You up From The Teen Center . Dont Miss Out On All The Cool Activities!

11/09/09 > Court Introduction
There will be a court introduction and lunchtime activity tomorrow at lunch - See you there. All court members please report to the student store 5 minutes after lunch starts.
11/09/09 > Floats

The sophmore class will be putting the final touches on their float building next Wednesday from 9am to 11am - join us for the fun.

Frosh float building - the final touches will be put together this Tuesday after school from 2:45 to 5pm - Don't miss out on the fun!!

11/09/09 > Winter Sports
Remember, for all winter sports you must have a clearance card and an ASB card purchased in order to practice. So get that taken care of next week!
11/09/09 > Girls Basketball

Today is the day... ALL GIRLS interested in playing BASKETBALL, tryouts begin today! Be in the gym at 2:55 pm and be sure to bring your clearance card, good court shoes, and some water. Practices will run 3-5 pm this week! ANY QUESTIONS SEE COACH MILLER.


11/09/09 > Tickets for Newcoming

Tickets for Newcoming start selling today at lunch- don't miss out on the fun, and remember Knights do it right!

10/21/09 > Technology is our Friend

One of the very fun elective classes that we have here at Shadow Hills is Digital Technology. This class is taught by Mr. Craig Taylor, who calls himself a digital arts and media production teacher. Mr. Taylor has taught in Desert Sands for fourteen years, and in that tenture has tauht at La Quinta Middle School, Palm Desert High School and one year at La Quinta High School. Now this year he is now teachin full time at Shadow Hills High School. Mr. Taylor interviewed for the postion in February and he found out he got the job shortly thereafter. From the day he got hired he was hard at work making sure that he was ready to greet his students. Some of the fun projects that he had planned for this year is a bi-weekly new repot, a documentary on the Palm Oasis resort, Knight animations, and each student will be doing a personal interview video that covers their first year of school.

Mr. Taylor is a dynamic teacher who has a very quick wit and keeps his class fun and engaged by never stopping "playing" with the students. On the personal side he is married and had one son who is graduating from La Quinta High School in June of this year. His wife Jennifer Taylor is also a paraeducator who works at John Glenn so this is a family that knows and is committed to Desert Sands Unified School District. One of his favorite memories about Desert Sands is "He can remember the first time Indio High School was closed because it snowed!" Yes it snowed! Mr. Taylor was in the desert and graduated from Indio High School in 1980.

Mr. Taylor loves the energy around the students and he actually learns from the students mistakes when they make mistakes. He consistently leanrs from his students, which sounds silly but it's true. His biggeset pet peeave is people's general lack of courtesy for each other. Mr. Taylor loves that most students have a sense of wonder which means that things are new. He likes Shadow Hills High School because he likes having the oppotunity for a fresh start. One of Mr. Taylor's favorite quote is "You have to have a destination in mind for any trip" That quote means that students have to have a goal in order to succeed. So take Mr. Taylor's advice to heart and make sure that you set some goal and go for them.

   Story by :

Kirsten Sherman

10/21/09 > A Resourceful Source

We are so lucky to have a great librarian, Melinda Delgado. I got the privilege of interviewing her, and concluded that she is very nice and down to earth. She used to work at Jefferson Middle as a librarian, when she got offered the position and promotion here at SHHS she jumped on it. I asked her how working at our school compared to Jefferson and she replied there was NO comparison.

 This school is AWESOME with great staff and students, and brand new books and equipment. She absolutely loves working here! She said "Its good to come to work at a place where you're accepted, comfortable, and excited to work. There are different things to do everyday!" When asked what made herwant to become a librarian she said that when she was working as a T.A she saw the need for nice and caring librarians in schools today.

 Her goals for the library are that by the end of the school year, students would have experienced and read books that could broadn there interested and knowledge. She also wants to know that she did a good job serving the staff,students and the community. She stated" I hope as we grow as a high school, reading will be the top of students list along with sports, art music and any beneficial extra curriculer activities! The library is open everyday at 7:30 and stays open till 3pm.

 Miss Delgado is always there if you need her and especially if you have a research question or if you need some help on a project for a class she is there for you as a valuable resource. Miss Delgado also wants to start a book club at lunch so if you have a book that you are fond of stop by the library and let he know so she can make sure that she has copies of it in stock and ready to go.

Story By: Serena Letwinch, 9th

10/21/09 > Coach’s Corner

Even though it isn't easy at all to start a team from scratch, money-wise or coaching-wise, Coach Shipley has a simple plan: "I'm going to start with the basics and practice every day and get them to learn the sport of football. " Coach Shipley chose his coaching staff by personal knowledge of their solidness and their willingness to give up their free time to help him coach. Joining him on the coaching staff is Frosh Head Coach, David Sterling: Defensive Coordinator, Teg Diffey: Line Coach, Doug Macleod: Defensive Bacs, Aaron Wiltrout: Frosh assistant, Ariel Gonzalez: Volunteer, George Ballard and Running Backs Coach James Toland.

As you can see it takes a lot of talented coaches to get this program up and running. Even though it was a new program and for a new school, a whopping seventy three student athletes tried out for and made either the Frosh or JV football team. The cost to join the teamwas a $75 spirit pack, a $20 ASB card and a lot of blood, sweat and tears. Sadly some kids quit, but the coaches quickly found replacements for them. Due to the fact that our school doesn't have a Varsity team until nextyear, the teams aren't in a league. The teams play whatever team that wants to play against them on their free time. Next year Coach Shipley had already signed us up for the DeAnza League and will be playing schools like Xavier, Big Bear, and Desert Hot Springs High School.

All in all, we are very lucky to have Coach Shipley and his talented staff. He has done a fantastic job with the football teams and we are looking forward to many more wonderful things from this Head Coach. If you missed your opportunity to play this year, then talk to Coach Shipley he will make sure to find a spot for you at next year's tryouts.

Story By: Brandon Arellano, 9th

10/21/09 > Letter From Our ASB President:

Hi, everyone! If you didn't know, I'm your ASB President. I along with my other executive board members, Miranda Moreno (VP) and Peter Garza (Treasurer), have been very busy since elections! We have much to do this year, and we are ready! On September 11 we had our very first dance! It was great! It was very fun and a great way to relax and pump up our football who played La Quinta the next day! Our football players have been improving steadily since their first games. I am looking forward to seeing them continue to improve throughout the year!

 On September 15, I as ASB president went to the district office to be sworn in as an official Student Board Member, Superintendant Dr. McGehee Swore me in and in doing so I had to recite the same oath as President Obama did. Also, just as Obama I accidently messed up t the end! At this meeting I had a vote in whether items were passed or not. There were so many things that I got a vote on; my vote is just as equal to the rest of the board's votes. There was one thing about being a Student Board Member that scared me; the Friday before the board meeting, a 4-inch binder, FULL of paper, was dropped at my doorstep. That binder is packed full of everything I need to know for the meeting. If you get the chance to see the binder, you will be amazed at its volume. The remaining two meetings I will be attending are on October 6 and 20 at 7 o' clock at the district office on Dune Palms Road and Avenue 48 in La Quinta! Hope To see You There!

We held our first official ASB meeting Wednesday, September 16. We discussed many things regarding anything and everything associated with SHHS. ASB will be very busy this year. Opening a new school is a lot of work, but we have the knowledge, skills, and dedication to get everything done. And everything will be done to high standards! If you have questions or comments regarding ASB or SHHS please talk to any ASB student! We have our ASB meetings every Wednesday in room D101 during fourth period.

Newcoming! Our theme this year is 80's! As any high school, we will have a court. We will have a king, Queen, Prince, and Princess. Our Newcoming game is November 12 and our dance will be November 13th at 7:30 pm in our gym. We will have spirit week, that week and a a lot of dress up days and other activities to show out Knight Pride. Show your SHHS spirit and participate in the activities that week!

Ninth grade class meetings are held every 3rd Tuesday of the month in the lecture hall. Come and find out what your class is doing. Your elected officers, Taylor Cerny (President), Justin Medina (VP) and Estephany Garcia (treasurer) will be at these meetings as well as your class advisor Ms. McGee. These meetings are all about the class of 2013. There are only ninety seats available in the lecture hall, so claim your spot! For Newcoming the class of 2013 has to put together a float, this will be discussed at the next meeting. Questions or comments please see your class advisor.

Tenth grade class meetings are held every 4th Tuesday of the month in the lecture hall. Come find out about the class of 2012, these meetings are for you! Your elected officers are Tierra Zachmann (presidents), Emily Gregory (VP), and Nicole Amador (Treasurer), your class advisor is Ms. Oberman. For Newcoming the class of 2012 has to make a float as well! Let's see who makes the better float, 2012 or 2013! Step up to the plate and help build your float! Questions or comments please see your class advisor.

Shadow Hills High School, home of the Knights! We are brand new and ready to go! We have some of the best spirit anybody has ever seen! Keep it up Knights! Your spirit has definitely proven that "Knights do it Right!"

10/21/09 > Got Marching Band?

Got Marching Band?

  You may not always see them but you can always hear them. Yes, that's right we're talking about marching band. Marching band, from what I've gathered, is a cross between the military and regular band. You can find them roasting along with the rest of us at JV football games playing and supporting our team. "It's hard but it's worth it." Said Scott Hancock a ninth grader, "It's fun to perform." Just like a port marching band practices at least three after school, out in the heat. "I heard them practicing after school yesterday and I think they have a great future." Commented Ms. Deady, a theater and English teacher.

The marching band is directed by Mr. Bluto who taught at La Quinta last year. He had a great band and will do great things for our music department. "Mr. Bluto is a very nice person with lots of experience." Christian L azaro said. Marching and practices and performs with our color guard. Marching practice consists of you guesses it, lots of marching. There's also running, pushups, and other things that are not enjoyable. "I could never do marching band, I would die! It looks really hard." Sariena Callin, a ninth grader in color guard mentioned.

Though marching band has all the ease of army when asked David Lopez, a ninth grader who plays the mellophone, said he would return next year. For all of you who think marching band is easy try running around the field for an hour blowing into a 50 pound susaphone. We dare you, and then you can say you have been in our shoes. Leading our marching band this year is Mr. Bluto. After teaching at La Quinta High School for eight years Mr. Bluto, our talented band teacher aand chairman of the Performing Arts, decided to come and start a new program at our very own Shadow Hills. He says he is very excited to be working at a brand new school because he was looking for something different. "You need changer to grow as a person", he believes. When asked what his philosophy of music was as it relates to high school students was, he answered that he believes every student has a love for music in many ways.

 Being in a band or group teaches kids how to function with others and learn leadership skills. Mr. Bluto to is excited about the star of this brand new school and is curious to see how we grow over the years to come. Mr. David Hill is in charge of the color guard - he too came over with Mr. Bluto from La Qunita. We are lucky to have such fine talent. Shdaow Hills is sure to have the best marching band around as long as these two are at the helm.


  Story by:

  Regan King, 9th

  Ruby Garcia, 9th


10/21/09 > Freshmen Football
Our football team has been practicing everyday after school. The team practices for two hours in the 100 degree weather with exceptions of game days and holidays. During practice the team works on hitting, defense, offense, and special teams (such as kick off, kick return, field goal, and hands team). At the end of practice the team does conditioning for 30 minutes.

Between the JV and Freshmen team there have been six games that have been played for each. The JV football team has fought hard, but lost to Notre Dame, La Quinta, and Los Osos. The Freshmen team has fought hard also, but lost agianst La Quinta and Indio. The Freshmen team also won their first game when they played Cochella Valley on September 24, the score was 20-14. They had a great running game and worked together to achieve this win.

Our coaches gave us great support and have taught us well. The excitement was in the air for our football team and for the people there to support our team. The Freshmen team was really surprised they won the game, Troy Martin tells us and not only that, but the Freshmen were the first to win a game and make SHHS history!

Now that we have had several home games it is time to hit the road for the Knights. Our next game will be at the home of the Serrano team. Good luck to both the Freshmen and the JV teams. Keep up that team spirit and go for the win!

Story By:
Troy Martin, 9th
10/21/09 > French: The Language That We Love!

  This year SHHS is offering students the opportunity to take two languages, which are Spanish and French. In Spanish we have two different levels and in French there are three levels. Many students have taken a language before so they are fair when it comes to speaking either. Each student must take two years of a language to get into college, so you have to take it at one time or another.

On September 24th, the Silver Shield interviewed Mrs. Lisa Rae-Schiller, our very experienced French teacher. I asked her if she liked her job, she replied, "I so enjoy teaching French because I get to show my language and my culture to these young minds. All my students are so wonderful." Mrs. Schiller is originally from Canada, one of the many French-speaking countries of the world. She has been teaching since 1987, first in Canada and now in California.

  Mrs. Schiller experienced first-hand of what two educational systems are like both from different countries. In Canada, classes are often a semester long and you switch the class with a different one at the end of that semester. Teachers would usually teach 3 or 4 classes a day with twenty or thirty students because of the semester system. Mrs. Schiller decided to teach at SHHS because we needed a French teacher. When the time came, Mrs. Schiller answered the call of responsibility and greatness. She loves this faculty and the students because it's a new start and a new chance to make many relationships with her extraordinary students and staff.

  Although Mrs. Schiller is a French teacher, she also has many interests in other subjects concerning the arts. She loves art and can play the piano. She may be talented, but teaching the French language and culture is still her primary concern.

   If you would like to learn a new language and experience a new knowledge of a culture then be sure to sign up for French with Mrs. Schiller when the elective choices come around later in the year. This is a great way to enable you for college and have a fun experience with one of our most talented teachers on campus.

10/15/09 > SHHS Newly Formed StepTeam
The SHHS newly formed step team and Friday Night Live Club will be having their club kickoff on October 15th at lunch in the quad. There will be a step dance, music, and a whole lot more -join us for club kickoff on October 15th at lunch.
10/14/09 > P-SAT

Time: 8:00 AM

Location: SHHS Multi-Purpose Room

Details: Cost is $20.00 for grades 9 and 10

You MUST sign-up at SHHS ASB/Student store by Friday, October 9, 2009

Pick up a P-SAT Student Guide when you sign up and pay your fee.

10/13/09 > Freshmen's Float
Freshmen- Your next float building committee will take place on Tuesday during lunch in Ms. McGee's room. Come join the fun.
10/12/09 > Open Gym for Girls Basketball is cancelled this week
Open Gym for Girls Basketball is cancelled this week due to a prior commitment - Open Gym for Girls will resume next week. See you then!

questions- ask Mrs.Miller at lunch or in PE.
10/12/09 > Do you love to swim?

The Water Polo team is looking for players - Come out to the pool deck any day after school and talk to Coach Tim and Coach Michelle about joining this sport.

10/12/09 > Sophomore Floats

Do you know what your float is going to look like? Well if you want to know more talk to Emily Gregory, Tierra Zachmann and Nicole Amador - they are working hard with their committee to make sure Knights do it Right!



10/12/09 > Girls Soccer!

Attention all girls interested in playing soccer, there will be a lunch meeting next Tuesday 13th at 11:30 in room H107-Mrs. Sheperd's classroom. The Coach, Mr. Cabezas, has information to share with all players regarding try-outs, practices and upcoming events. Join us to find out about playing this sport.


10/12/09 > SHHS Mascot Tryouts.

Shadow Hills students who are interested in tyring out for the position of the The Silver Knight Mascot, tryouts will take place during cheer practice TODAY.Please stop by and learn the tryout material with our SHHS cheerleaders. Tryouts will take place at the end of cheer practice at approximetly 4:30 pm. this will be the only tryouts for this year-Don't miss out. Questions see Coach Contreras or Ms. Sherman.

10/12/09 > Student Store
The student store will be open today at lunch and after school. We have some new snacks and drinks so make sure that you stop by. Remember your purchases go back to your school and the activities that we have here at SHHS.
10/01/09 > Back To School Night

Back to School Night at Shadow Hills High School will be held on Thursday, October 1st beginning at 5:30 p.m. in the Gym. Please join us to celebrate our new school opening. Enjoy student performance by the Band and Cheer Squad, meet your students teachers and visit their classrooms.


Your child will bring home a class schedule for you to follow. Please join us on October 1st at 5:30 p.m. for Back To School Night.

9/30/09 > 24th Annual Tram Road Challenge
This will tae place October 24th. 6k race begins at 7:00a.m. Proceeds will benefit Police Activities League. For information contaact: www.Kleinclarksports.com.
9/25/09 > Cheerleading Fundraiser
Cheerleading Fundraiser
at Red Robin La Qunita-
5pm to 10pm- 20% goes back to Cheer-
you must have flyer to get credit.
Join us for a night of spirit and fun!!


Shadow Hills High School is now accepting applications for Peer Mediators.
As a peer mediator students will be trained in proper procedures for handling
conflicts, decision making, communication skills, problem solving and critical
thinking skills. Peer Mediators will help students who are in conflict listen to
each other’s point of view, focus on the problem, and create their own solutions.

All Peer Mediator candidates will be required to complete ten (10) hours of
training. Trainings will be conducted by professionals from the Community
Action Partnership of Riverside County’s Dispute Resolution Center.

Student Name

Parent Signature

Period you have PE_______

Return completed application to Mr. Smith in the Counseling Office at SHHS by Friday, September 25, 2009
9/23/09 > Spirit Gear

If you need any school spirit wear we have spirit shirts, poms, and baseball tees for sale in the student store. Purple tees have been reordered and should be here in 10 days.

9/23/09 > Library is now open!

The Library will now be open at lunch, after school, and before school.

9/23/09 > Interested in sponsoring a club?
Please let us know - we will have Club Rush days on the 29th and 30th of September - We still are looking for a variety of interesting clubs - Chess? Young Political? Help our students get involved!
9/23/09 > Activity Request

Please make sure that any activity on campus begins with an activity request. If its for a sporting event then it gets approved by Ron. Any other given to me first then I will make sure you have what you need to go.

 Kristin Shermen

9/21/09 > Calling all Artists!

Calling All Artists....


Check it out below; "picture" your work showing in a public place. The
"Shadow Hills High School Performing Arts Center." Be brave, be creative, be a Knight!

The Theatre Department is looking for artists for their upcoming after school productions, Starry Knights Productions. Fame and Fortune (more fame than fortune, we admit) will be yours if you would like to paint, draw or build logos and graphics for our shows and events. If you see anything that you might like to do, see Ms Deady in Room I-105/6, E-103 or her mailbox in the office, or email her.

(Click on the link below for more information.)


9/18/09 > Student Presentation to Board of Education

October 20, 7:00 p.m. - Student presentation to the BOE on opening SHHS. All staff members are welcome to attend.


"We Teach Success"

9/16/09 > ID Replacement

Students who need a replacement ID - the cost is $10 for both pieces or $5 for each individual piece - and they can purchase one in the ASB student store before schhol, during lunch or after school.

9/16/09 > Student Store
clip art

Student Store will be opening Wednesday with drinks, snacks, and delicious sugar free, low calorie sorbet/ frozen yogurt. Prices range from $1 to $2.
9/11/09 > Cross Country needs runners

Cross Country is still looking for a few good runners. We are competing against Xavier Prep today (9/10/09) and Palm Springs (9/12/09). There is still time to get your clearance from the Athletic Director (Mr. Shipley) and be out in time for our next meet on September 23rd. We need both boys and girls. Practice starts at 2:52p.m. Monday-Friday. We meet at the Stadium. If you have any questions just ask Mr. Lacy at Narrowvlly@dc.rr.com or talk to Mr. Smith in the counseling office.

8/31/09 > First Day of School