Office and School Hours
Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri
8:20 a.m - 2:30 p.m
8:20 a.m - 12:33 p.m Wed.
7:15 - 3:45 Mon- Fri
In Need of a Computer or Internet?
Do you need internet and/or a computer? The world has gone digital. Internet service has become essential for success. That’s why Comcast has created Internet Essentials. It’s available to households with children who receive low cost or no cost school lunches under the National School Lunch Program. To find out what you will receive while participating in Internet Essentials click the link below to open the flyer.
Shoreline Middle School honored National Anti-Bullying Month by hosting a variety of events. Students dress in orange to support Unity Day Against Bullying. Students also sign anti-bullying pledge cards and receive bracelets with Shoreline’s anti-bullying slogan, “Be the Difference –Stop Bullying”.
Parcel Tax Support
The Shoreline community would like to thank the voters in Live Oak who continue to support our Parcel Tax. After School Sports, Music and Art are funded through the Parcel Tax. Again, thank you for all your support so we can continue to serve the students at Shoreline Middle School.
Shoreline Middle School
Newsletter from Colleen Martin, Principal
First semester has just ended ... Parent Newsletter Jan. 2015.pdf
A bit about Shoreline
In the heart of Live Oak in Santa Cruz County, Shoreline Middle School serves 600 students in sixth, seventh and eighth grades. The average experience of our credentialed teaching staff exceeds the state median, validated by parent enthusiasm for the quality of the learning experience. With a diverse student body, the teachers and staff focus on teaching the 21st century skills needed to succeed in high school, college and beyond.
Shoreline is a digital destination.
Focused on using technology to support learning, we have Promethean Boards in every classroom so teachers can quickly include real world examples to make learning a rich experience. With just a click, they can show the intricacies of a microorganism, the faces of another culture or the devastation of the Sendai tsunami.
We have many special programs that encourage students to explore and develop their interests to supplement strong language, math and science curriculums. About 35% of the students participate in instrumental music while others learn art, video production, computer science and languages. We also offer a student leadership program based on teaching leadership skills including civic service.
A passion for learning, the center of excitement.
Logistically, our campus revolves around the student quad that centralizes student activities and optimizes supervision. Shoreline has twenty-four regular classrooms, and a specially designed art room, music room and computer lab. Our student store is just around the corner from the cafeteria and outdoor amphitheater that seats 450 students. The physical education facility contains two large locker rooms, a circuit training room and a large multi-use gymnasium.
We offer tours to interested families. Please contact our office to make arrangements.
Go to this website for hours of operation, previews, and to download the new Scholastic app for amazing summaries:
School Accountability Report Card (SARC) 2012-13
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Fri. 4/10 - Spring Pictures
Thurs. 4/16 - Bike to School
Mon. 5/4 - Home & School Club Meeting
Thurs . 5/7 - Bike to School
Mon. 5/25 - Holiday (No School)
Wed. 5/27 - Full School Day
Support Shoreline when buying magazines
Here is a link to the magazines you can purchase and support Shoreline Middle School at the same time.
8th Grade Graduation Dance
8th grade dance meeting on Mon. March 16th in the Library at 6pm. Come and support your 8th grade student! Help plan for a memorable, wonderful dance. This is for parents only!!
Home and School Club
Home and School Club meets one evening per month. If you are a Shoreline parent we would love to have you join. The meetings are from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. The dates of our meetings are:
Sept. 8th, Oct. 6th, Nov. 3rd, Dec. 1st, Jan. 5th, Feb. 2nd, March 2nd, April 6th, May 4th
ELAC, (English Learner Advisory Committee), meetings are held four times a year from 6:30pm - 7:30pm in our school library. We would love to have you join us. If you are interested in attending the meeting dates are:
Oct. 13th, Dec. 15th, Mar. 9th, May 18th
Felt Street Sewer Project
Check the work progress of the sewer project in our vicinity by clicking the link below.
We apologize for the inconvenience while passing through the construction zone, and request your patience while the work is being completed.
Project phone line 831-708-8285
Click below to view the Press Release relating to the Felt St. & 17th Ave. Sewer Replacement Project for the Santa Cruz County Sanitation District