Sheldon, Iowa — The school year for students in the Sheldon Community Schools won’t be lasting as long as it was first thought. The last day of classes for Sheldon students is scheduled for Friday, May 31st.
Snow days this winter were threatening to have classes continue into early June, but Superintendent Cory Myer says a professional development opportunity caused the district to rethink that schedule.
Myer says the focus of the “Leader In Me” program is on building leadership capacity in the district’s students.
He says they’re excited about the program, and will be getting started with the overview yet this week.
The last day of classes for the 2018-2019 school year will be May 31st, with commencement exercises scheduled for Sunday, May 26th.