South Shore Sea Dragons PTSA

Our four school wide expectations and commitments: I am safe. I am kind. I am respectful. I am a learner everyday with myself and others.

Rehearsals and preparation are underway for the Disney Aladdin Kids production at South Shore!! Here is what you can do to help the school and the kids to make this production a success!

1. If you have any experience with sewing, construction or building props and are willing to help, please let me and the production team know.

2. If you have any old makeup, props or artifacts that you would like to donate, please let us know. Some of the things we need are:
Props : market vendor items (dried flowers, wicker baskets, fake food items such as fruit, veggies and bread. Small Persian-style rugs, throw or couch pillows, elastic for sewing, rubber and plastic rats ( yes, really!)

Costumes : 3 skeleton costumes

Costume Makeup (old Halloween make up)

Latex, acrylic house or craft paint.

3. We always welcome monetary donations!

Thank you in advance for your contribution!

Richard Schlichting and the Production Team

South Shore 3x3 basketball tournament results and a YouTube video! Check it out! Thank you to Mark Palermo (PTSA Special Events Chair) for all of his hard work on this.

On Dec 16 we wrapped up “Part 2” of the South Shore Family 3 on 3 Basketball event just in time for the Holiday Break. It was a great event and we would like to congratulate the champs of each grade:

• 8th Grade: Kejohn, Trev,on and Jaylen – (Team Cheat)

• 7th Grade: Khalil, Devin and Donovan – (Team Light Skin)

• 6th Grade: Harvey, Corshon and Jalen – (Ballers)

The full court game between Staff and Students was exciting and hotly contested! It was close, but in the end it was the Staff who had the poise and experience to hold off a younger, hot shooting 8th grade team.

Basketball wasn’t the only performance of the day, Mr. Schlichting and the South Shore Band provided great pep rally band music that got the crowd excited and helped to set the atmosphere! Awesome job by the band!

Click on the link to see the video of this great day’s events put together by the PTSA.

Reminder! The after school club open house is this Wednesday!!

Hello, South Shore families!

CLC (3rd-5th grade) afterschool clubs forms went home yesterday and KidsCo ASC (K-2nd grade) forms are going home today. Please email if you need the forms emailed to you. The Rainier Beach After School Zone forms for 6th-8th graders will be coming shortly. As a reminder, there is an Afterschool Open House next Wednesday from 6-7:30pm where there will be representatives from all three programs.

Clubs start on January 23rd and end on March 30th.

Thanks and please let us know if you have any questions. Will Levine ( can answer K-2nd grade questions and I can answer 3rd-5th grade questions. Derryn Anderson ( will be sharing 6th-8th grade forms and can answer any questions about those.


Jennie Morrison
Seattle Parks and Recreation
Community Learning Center Coordinator, South Shore PreK-8

Happy 2017!! KidsCo, Rainier Beach Community Center, and I are gearing up for our Winter Session of afterschool clubs that start on January 23rd and run through March 30th. Forms for each program are going home this week and I will send out electronic copies once they are finalized.

Next Wednesday, CLC is partnering with KidsCo and Rainier Beach CC to host an “ Afterschool Open House.” This will be an informal event--there will be club information, help with enrollment paperwork, and snacks!

Please spread the word to any families you think could be interested. Here’s the flyer:

Thanks and please let us know if you have any questions,

Jennie Morrison
Seattle Parks and Recreation
Community Learning Center Coordinator, South Shore PreK-8

2016 Pictures of the Year

South Shore and Detective Cookie are featured in the 2016 Seattle Times pictures of the year!! How cool is that!! Check it out ! Images taken by Seattle Times photographers over the past year offer the perfect portals through which to gaze at what has passed.

Are you looking for last minute holiday gifts?

We still have a few Blacks Lives Matters T-shirts available from adult size Small to 2 XL. Get them while they last!

See photos below for other items available.

Proceeds will fund our new South Shore sound system and classroom supplies!

Email us at
Or message us on Facebook! Payment and local delivery in the 98118 area can be arranged this week.

Family Connectors University @ Garfield High School! Winter Quarter begins on January 11th. Registration is open now!!

Check out this link for information

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