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The graduation rate at Shields Valley is 90%. Approximately 73% of our graduates go on to higher education. Our student/teacher ratio is: elementary 10:1, junior high 11:1, and high school 9:1. The two-year Trend of Proficiency on CRT Scores Reading 97% and Math 92%.
All (100%) of our classes are being taught by "highly qualified teachers".
The Shields Valley spelling bee winners are:
1st place - Isabel Sexton (8th grade)
2nd place - Emma Woodruff (5th grade)
3rd place - Michael Collins (7th grade)
Alternate: Perry Dominick (5th grade)
The top three will compete at the County spelling been at 1:00 pm on
February 25th in Livingston.
Great job to all the spellers!
The Shields Valley School District is dedicated to creating a community of lifelong learners and productive citizens by meeting our student’s and communities’ present and future needs through encouragement, challenges, support, reassurance, and inspiration in a positive and diverse atmosphere.
Updated Divisional Tournament brackets are now available. An updated Weekly Reader is now posted
The Shields Valley Boys will meet Dummond at 5:15 Wednesday at the Maroon Activities Center in Butte. This is a play-in game so it is loser out.
The Lady Rebels will play Darby at 6:30 Thursday, also at the MAC
Boys beat Drummond 63-57 and will meet Arlee at 5 at the MAC in Butte. Girls will play Darby at 6:30, also at the MAC. Be sure to check Shields Valley Rebels on Facebook for updates.