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Shirley Hills Announcements

  • supplies

    2019-20 School Supplies List 

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  • Summer

    Summer Office Hours:

    June and August

    Monday-Thursday 7:30am-4pm

    Friday 7:30-11am


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  • Our Kindergarteners Shine Bright here at Shirley Hills!

    If you missed Kindergarten Round-up, have no fear!  You and your future Kindergartener(Fall 2019) will have another opportunity to visit the school and meet the teachers at our Kindergarten Meet and Play on August 14th, 2019.  Information will be mailed out early August.  We are already looking forward to welcoming Westonka's Class of 2032!

    How to Enroll


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  • yearbook


    The deadline has passed to customize your yearbook and have it shipped to school for free BUT you can still purchase a yearbook.  You will have to pay for shipping and have it shipped to your home. To order go to: and enter our school code : 1013433171864304

    More information to order is located by clicking TreeRing PDF .

    Also if you run into any trouble at all while setting up your TreeRing account or have any additional questions, they have a great support team. Please contact them at


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  • S.O.A.R.

    At Westonka we SOAR...we create a SAFE environment for all, we OWN our actions, we ACHIEVE our goals and we RESPECT others and property.

    This school year our students have earned over 11,000 SOAR slips!!  


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  • Together Everyone Achieves More....Welcome to TEAM Shirley Hills!

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  • Contact Ushide

    Main Office: (952) 491-8400

    Principal, Mr. Eidsness (952) 491-8401

    Attendance Line: (952) 491-8490

    Health Specialist: (952) 491-8404

    Fax: (952) 491-8403

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  • School Times: 9:05am-3:45pm


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Westonka News

  • Westonka Friends of the Arts to Present 'A Day of the Arts'

    The Westonka Friends of the Arts are thrilled to be supporting this summer’s production of “The Music Man” and look forward to introducing it to the community as part of a special event. A Day of the Arts, focusing on a broad range of music styles, including musical theater, will be presented from 1:45 to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 13, at the Westonka Performing Arts Center.

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  • Shirley Hills Recognized for Achieving Positive Student Outcomes

    Shirley Hills Primary School has been recognized for achieving Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Sustaining Exemplar status through the Minnesota Department of Education. Shirley Hills was one of only 71 schools in the state recognized this year for completing PBIS implementation and continuing to achieve positive student outcomes.

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  • Fourth-Graders Make Memories at Wolf Ridge

    In what has become a rite of passage, Westonka's fourth-grade students, along with a group of staff and parents, recently spent an exciting week at the Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center in Finland, Minnesota. This year, Shirley Hills students visited Wolf Ridge May 13-17, while Hilltop fourth-graders made the trip May 20-24.

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  • Shirley Hills Second-Grader Earns Statewide Anti-Bullying Award

    Shirley Hills Primary School second-grader Kaia Kallestad received a statewide honor this week from PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center for helping to make the world a kinder place. She was presented with the 2019 Faces of Change Award at PACER’s Unity Awards banquet, which was held May 22 in Bloomington.

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  • Super Hero Safer Tweens Class Offered

    Western Communities Action Network (WeCAN) will host a free Super Hero Kids™ Safer Tweens Training for kids in fourth- through sixth-grade and their parent on Tuesday, June 18, from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m.

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  • Free Summer Meals Offered to Students

    For most kids, summer means carefree days. But for some children, no school means wondering where their next meal is coming from. Several local organizations are teaming up this summer to make sure kids have access to healthy and nutritious meals.

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