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The Shepherd Digest | March 25, 2018

Education Edition

Shepherd Public Schools seeking candidates for Office Administrative Assistant

The Shepherd Public Schools posted a job opening for a Office Administrative Assistant for the SPS Central Office. Click here to view the description posted by Jay Gross. When I checked on the Employment page inside the Shepherd Public Schools’ website, I didn’t see a description posted for this position.

The deadline for job application is April 5, 2018.

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Shepherd Middle School seeking two “dynamic science teachers”

Last week, Jay Gross shared a posting from the Shepherd Middle School for two science teachers. The full letter can be found here. The deadline for applications is April 6, 2018.

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Jim Olson shared his inspirational story with Shepherd High School

Jim Olson shared an inspirational message on depression and suicide to SHS students during a presentation in March. Jay Gross wrote on Facebook that Olson had “Lost his son to depression and suicide” and “shared an incredible story that grabbed hearts.”

Photos from the presentation can be seen here. You can learn more about Jim Olson and the “Do it for Daniel” documentary here.

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PTO Carnival was a Success

A post on the Shepherd Elementary School Facebook page states that “The 2018 PTO Carnival was another huge success with a seasonal St. Patriot’s Day theme Activities included games, a money machine, goodie bags, blow up activities, prizes, lunch, popcorn, cotton candy, face painting, and a cake/pop walk. Thanks to all the adult and student volunteers who helped with this event.”

Click here and here for photos from the event.

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Top Ten Students from Class of 2018 recognized during SPS Board Meeting

On March 20, the SPS school board recognized the class of 2018’s top ten students. This year’s top ten graduating seniors are:

  1. Olivia Moeggenborg
  2. Sarah Cox
  3. Larisa Salisbury
  4. Michael Lator
  5. Theresa Clark
  6. Adrianna Bush
  7. Marcie Russell
  8. Kaylee Phillipson
  9. Emma Fulk
  10. Owen Moeggenberg

In a letter released March 12, the Shepherd High School stated that the top ten students of the graduating class are determined by a formula which looks at students’ GPA multiplied by 250 plus their SAT score multiplied by 0.625.

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