• Welcome to Shelburne Middle School!

    We are pleased to have you as a part of our school family. At Shelburne, we want every student to succeed, and we are committed to working with you and your parents or guardians to ensure that you can learn and grow in a safe and supportive environment.

    As a middle school student, you will undergo many changes during your years here. There will be new friends, new teachers, new knowledge, and a variety of opportunities. Get involved! This is YOUR SCHOOL. Shelburne Middle School offers many exciting academic and extra-curricular opportunities for our students. We encourage you to take advantage of all Shelburne has to offer and to accept the many challenges you will face with interest and enthusiasm. During middle school, expectations of responsibility and leadership will increase. We hope that with clear expectations, a strong instructional program, and the support of your family and teachers, you will make the most of your middle school experience.

    This handbook has been written to inform our students and their families about Shelburne’s policies and procedures. It contains important information that will allow you to better understand how your school operates. The information included in this handbook is specific to Shelburne Middle School and all policies included here are in addition to the policies stated in the Staunton City Schools’ 2012-2013 Handbook for Students and Parents. If you have any questions about any of the Staunton City Schools or Shelburne policies, please do not hesitate to give us a call. We look forward to working with each of you and to 2012-2013 being our best year yet at Shelburne Middle School!

    Mr. Robert Craft
    Principal

    It is the policy of Staunton City Public School Board to comply with all applicable state and federal laws regarding non-discrimination in employment and educational programs and services. The Staunton City Public Schools will not discriminate illegally on the basis of sex, race, religion, natural origin, disability, or age as to employment or educational programs and activities.