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Please consider donating to May 10 'Senior Decision Day' event

Each year, the Sheldon ISD community donates Decision Day baskets to support graduating KHS seniors as they pursue their postsecondary goals. Similar to an athlete's signing day, Decision Day recognizes students who have committed to a college, university, technical program or the military. Please consider collecting items for a campus or department basket. Attached is a list of suggestions for donations. Please share with community organizations and vendors who wish to support KHS seniors.Decision Day - May 10, 2019, 9-11 AM in the KHS Competition GymBasket Pick Up - May 3, 2019
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Possible 'stranger danger' incident this morning (April 9) in Bavaria neighborhood

Parents, Sheldon ISD would like to make you aware of a “stranger danger” incident that occurred near the Bavaria neighborhood this morning. In addition, administrators learned of this incident this afternoon.
At approximately 6:20 a.m. today, a C. E. King High School student was approached by a Caucasian male and female – believed to be in their late 20s to possibly early 40s – driving a late model blue BMW four-door SUV at the intersection of Pia Drive and Piave Drive. The couple stayed near the bus stop area for around 15 minutes before asking the student if they knew how to get to the airport.
While the student was on the phone contacting a parent, the couple sped off in their SUV and continued to circle the Bavaria neighborhood.
Thankfully, no one was harmed, and the police are currently investigating this incident. In the meantime, I encourage you to discuss these safety tips with your children:

• Students should walk in groups, not alone;
• Students should avoid distractions, such as cell phones, and pay attention to their surroundings;
• Students who are approached by a stranger should run away and seek help from others;
• Students should physically resist and yell for help if anyone tries to force them into a vehicle or a home; and
• Students should immediately report any incident that makes them feel uncomfortable.

Again, Sheldon ISD administrators are working very closely with local law enforcement to help them in any way possible during their ongoing investigation.
Thank you.
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Posted: 4/3/19 at 9:35 a.m.

Update - 4/3/19 9:48 a.m.

Sheldon ISD is also limiting all outside activities today until the odor dissipates. In addition, we are closing off outside air vents to prevent outside air from entering the campuses. Please note - this does not affect our air conditioning they will continue to function properly.
These are just additional precautionary measures the district is taking to ensure the safety of our students and staff.
Thank you....


Posted: 4/3/19 at 9:35 a.m.
Earlier this morning, Sheldon ISD administrators placed Carroll Elementary, Garrett Elementary, and Null Middle School in a shelter in place for approximately 30 minutes as a precautionary measure because a gas-like odor was detected in the areas surrounding those campuses.
The local fire department was dispatched, and we are happy to report that all campuses were quickly cleared of any gas detection.
Sheldon ISD would like to thank the Sheldon Fire Department, Harris County Precinct 3 Constables, and SISD maintenance department personnel for their swift actions in helping resolve this situation by using gas-detecting instruments.

Temprano esta mañana, los administradores de Sheldon ISD ubicaron a Carroll Elementary, Garrett Elementary y Null Middle School en orden de resguardo durante aproximadamente 30 minutos como medida de precaución debido a que se detectó un olor similar a gas en las áreas que rodean esas escuelas. El departamento de bomberos local fue enviado, y nos informar que todas las escuelas fueron eliminados rápidamente de cualquier detección de gas. Sheldon ISD desea agradecer a las agencias locales por sus acciones rápidas para ayudar a resolver esta situación mediante el uso de instrumentos de detección de gas.
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Regular School Day 3/3

Sheldon ISD will have classes on Wednesday, April 3. We will continue to monitor the conditions of the KMCO chemical fire and if anything changes, will keep you updated with the necessary information.

Sheldon ISD tendrá clases mañana, 3 de abril
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Update, 4/2/18 at 12:45 p.m.

Sheldon ISD administrators initially called a shelter in place out of an abundance of caution earlier this morning. Since then, the Harris County Sheriff’s office has declared a shelter in place within a one-mile radius of the fire in Crosby.

Since Sheldon ISD does not fall within this one-mile radius, the district is lifting its shelter in place. Sheldon ISD will continue to limit outside activities for the remainder of the school day. However, we are allowing parents to pick up their children from school early should they wish to do so. At this time, we are planning to dismiss students at normal dismissal times.

We will continue to monitor the conditions of the fire and will keep you updated with any additional information at a later time.
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Posted 4/2/19 at 11:17 a.m. - SISD campuses in "shelter in place"

UPDATE - 4/2/19 at 11:50 a.m.

Parents, we would like to provide you with an update regarding this morning’s KMCO fire in Crosby.
Please respect our shelter-in-place protocol – as students and staff are safe inside our facilities. During shelter-in-place procedures, no one is allowed inside or outside the buildings.

In addition, any students who are on field trips will continue to be on their field trip...and we will continue to monitor the status of the incident. If there is a need to change a designated pickup location, we will make you aware in a timely manner.

Again, we appreciate your cooperation in understanding our shelter-in-place protocols – as our students and staff are safe inside our facilities.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

At approximately 11:10 a.m. today, Sheldon ISD administrators have placed all campuses/facilities in “shelter-in-place” due to a chemical leak at the KMCO facility in Crosby.
We will continue to monitor these conditions and will keep you informed about any future decisions within our district.
As always, the overall safety and security of our students and staff remain our top priority.
Thank you.
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