Tiger Pride

New principal is excited to be a part of the Tiger community.

September 2, 2022

New principal is excited to be a part of the Tiger community. Tiger Pride is a presentation of Shelby Public Schools in partnership with Oceana County Press. By Allison Scarbrough, Editor. SHELBY — Zach Christian is the new principal at Shelby High School, taking over for Mark Olmstead who was recently hired as the district’s superintendent. A 1998 Spring Lake…

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Police train educators for school shootings.

August 31, 2022

Police train educators for school shootings. By Allison Scarbrough, Editor. Tiger Pride is a presentation of Shelby Public Schools in partnership with Oceana County Press. SHELBY — Shelby educators and support staff were students for the day while local law enforcement officers were the teachers Tuesday, Aug. 30, during an active shooter training session. The valuable training exercise just prior…

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Shelby soccer star battles the odds to sign full-ride scholarship.

June 17, 2022

Shelby soccer star battles the odds to sign full-ride scholarship. Tiger Pride is a presentation of Shelby Public Schools in partnership with Oceana County Press.  By Allison Scarbrough, Editor. SHELBY — A few years ago, Ricardo Bahena was living in Mexico where he played soccer in the streets and didn’t speak English. After moving to the US and settling in…

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Tigers will once again march through the forest.

June 15, 2022

Tigers will once again march through the forest. Tiger Pride is a presentation of Shelby Public Schools in partnership with Oceana County Press. By Allison Scarbrough, Editor. ROTHBURY — The Shelby High School Marching Band will once again march through the Electric Forest Festival to earn money for new equipment. The band is slated to perform Saturday, June 25, some…

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Neil Gowell receives Principal’s Award.

June 13, 2022

Neil Gowell receives Principal’s Award. Tiger Pride is a presentation of Shelby Public Schools in partnership with Oceana County Press.  ‘He made sure that he sat in the same seat all year for one of our students with special needs who counted on him to be his lunch buddy.’ SHELBY — Shelby Middle School eighth grader Neil Gowell received the…

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