Registration for the 2021-22 school year is underway. Registration is for new students, only. Returning students do not have to register. Returning students should complete the residency verification through Skyward Family Access.
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Sheldon updates COVID guidelines after state's mandate/ Sheldon actualiza las guias de COVID después del mandato estatal
Gov. Abbott's executive order requires school districts to make the wearing of face masks optional for students and adults inside and outside of the buildings. This will go into effect on June 5, 2021.
Verify your child's residency for 2021-22 school year / Verifique la residencia de su hijo para el año escolar 2021-22
All families who will return to Sheldon ISD in the 2021-2022 school year will need to verify their residency in order to be registered for the upcoming school year. / Todas las familias que regresarán a Sheldon ISD en el año escolar 2021-2022 deberán verificar su residencia para poder registrarse para el próximo año escolar.
The first day of school is Wednesday, August 11. A new webpage is available to provide information about the upcoming school year.
At the April 6 board workshop, Sheldon ISD trustees approved the 2021-22 academic calendar.
Registration for the 2021-22 school year is now open for all NEW pre-k and kindergarten students. / Las inscripciones para el año escolar 2021-22 ya están abiertas para todos los estudiantes NUEVOS de prekínder y kinder.
Sheldon schools will be hold parent meetings the month of March to share testing schedules for the upcoming STAAR exam.
Sheldon ISD’s communications department was the recipient of seven awards – including a Certificate of Merit and a Best of Category rating – at the 59th Annual Texas School Public Relations Association’s Star Awards Celebration Feb. 24 in Denton.
With the upcoming state assessments, Sheldon ISD provides important information for families including a testing schedule. Click here for an email from Dr. Davis.
On March 3, SISD received an updated Public Health Planning Guidance document from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) regarding Gov. Abbott’s executive order to lift the mask mandate beginning March 10.