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  • Online Registration

    Shelby Eastern Schools will be offering Online Registration beginning the 2018/2019 School Year.  This will allow parents to fully enroll their child online without the hassle of multiple paper forms to fill out.  For those that are unable to complete registration at home, each school will make accommodations and offer families the ability to perform […]

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  • A Growth Mindset

    Some children are born with an inner drive to keep trying over and over when they fail. Most children aren’t, though, and it is up to us to help them see that failing is actually the key to succeeding. Teaching our children the word YET is key. They may come to you and say, “I […]

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  • Summer Camp Opportunity for incoming 9th-12th Grade Girls

    The Department of Computer & Information Technology at Purdue University was awarded a GenCyber grant, funded by the NSA and NSF, to host a free, residential cybersecurity camp for 40 girls. Find out more information here:

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School Is Closed Today!

Shelby Eastern Schools are closed for summer break. Students return to school on August 2nd.

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Upcoming Events

  • May 24
    Last Student Day
  • May 25
    Last Teacher Day
  • June 2
  • June 13
    Monthly School Board Meeting
  • July 11
    Monthly School Board Meeting
  • August 1
    Teacher Day
  • August 2
    First Day of School for Students

Welcome To Shelby Eastern Schools

Dr. Robert Evans, Superintendent Dr. Robert Evans, Superintendent

Welcome to Shelby Eastern Schools. We are currently enrolling for the 2018-19 school year! Shelby Eastern has numerous advantages to offer your children that will prepare them for their future. Our first advantage starts right away, at Morristown and Waldron elementaries. Our teachers and staff have been studying the way students learn, and as a result, they have changed their practices to better meet the needs of young learners. Students are immersed in an environment that allows them to develop positive self-esteem, realistic self-concept and appreciation of cultural differences. Our main focus is to develop lifelong learners...

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