Seniors, you are strongly encouraged to apply for every scholarship for which you are qualified. Read carefully, and apply only for those for which you are qualified. See your counselor or college advisor if you have questions.
• Complete the application included in this packet. Print neatly using black ink. Do not leave any item blank.
• Typed the required essay. Use a computer if possible. If not, again, print neatly in black ink.
• On the cover sheet provided in this packet, check the scholarships for which you are applying.
• You only need to complete one application for all of the scholarships. The office will copy the correct number of local applications from the one completed application that you submit.
The registrar will provide transcripts directly to the scholarship committee, so you do not have to request a transcript.
The office will also make the appropriate number of copies of your essay and letter of recommendation so you will only need one good original of each.
Sheldon I.S.D. Prekindergarten and Kindergarten early registration is here!
If your child is already in Prekindergarten you do not need to re-register them.
For new students, parents are to complete the on-line registration prior to coming to registration. On-line registration is found on the district web site at www.sheldonisd.com
To be eligible for enrollment in a Prekindergarten class, a child must be at least four years of age by September 1, 2018, and live within the Sheldon ISD school zone.
Laurel D'Antoni, wife of Houston Rockets head coach Mike D' Antoni, was named the inaugural recipient of Partner in Public Education Award, given by the Texas School Public Relations Association. The award is in recognition of Laurel's work with the Rockets Women's Organization (RWO) in helping Sheldon Independent School District (ISD) recover from the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey in August of 2017.
Members of the Sheldon ISD Board of Trustees approved the districts 2018-19 school year calendar at the 2/20/18 meeting in the Ney Administration Building Board Room.
C. E. King High School continues to be the target of ongoing threats that have now reached into the Friday school day. Local law officials are fairly certain these series of threats have been coming from the same individual who continues to post information on social media, and they are working hard to obtain the name of the owner of the online account.
Sheldon ISD’s policy is that it takes all threats seriously. Therefore, additional compliance checks will be conducted tomorrow at both C. E. King High School as well as C. E. King Middle School. Although no threats were made at KMS, administrators still wanted to conduct a compliance check there because of the proximately of the two campuses.
Lastly, if you have any information that could help lead law enforcement to the alleged perpetrator, please call Crime Stoppers of Houston at 713-222-TIPS…that’s 713-222-8477. Tipsters remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $5,000.
This month, all SISD students will be asked to complete a two question survey regarding their situation during Hurricane Harvey. This information will be sent to the Texas Education Agency as it continues to determine the extent that communities and schools were impacted by Harvey. If you would like additional information about the survey, please contact J.R. Webster, Director of Student Services, at 281-727-2013.
If you are the parent of a home schooled high school student who would be zoned to C. E. King High School or have a current student at KHS and would like your child to take one of the AP exams listed below, please contact Jessica Holt, Testing Coordinator, at (281) 727-3541 or email@example.com, by Friday, March 2, 2018, to register and pay for your child’s exam(s).
The C. E. King Panthers football was named a finalist in Class 6A by the Texas Association of Sports Officials (Houston Chapter) at last week's 13th Annual Comerica Bank Sportsmanship Luncheon, sponsored by The Fellowship of Christian Athletes at The Touchdown Club in Houston.
On January 25, 2018, KHS ninth and tenth grade students and their parents attended the Close KNIT (King Nurses in Training) Kick-off. The dual credit program, a partnership with Harris County Public Health and San Jacinto College, allows students to complete up to 34 college hours in the nursing field of study while experiencing hands-on learning experiences via health science classes and the Harris County mobile medical unit.