February 18, 2019
  • Southside Elementary with rainbow


  • February 15, 2019 school will be starting on time with some bus route changes.

School will resume to its regular schedule for Friday February 15th. Remember this was an already scheduled early release day with release time of 12:00 pm.

Due to current road conditions and lack of turn around points snow routes are in effect.

See instructions below for effected bus stops.

Alternate Pickup locations and times

Any students that live on Dickinson Ct need to meet at Dickinson and Puget Street at approx. 7:15 am
Any students that live beyond Gosnell need to meet at Gosnell at approx. 7:38 am.
Any students that live on Cook Plant Farm Road beyond Harrier need to meet at Harrier at approx. 7:30 am.
Alternate Dropoff locations and times
Any students that live on Dickinson Ct will be dropped off at Dickinson and Puget Street at approx. 12:45 pm
Any students that live beyond Gosnell will be dropped off at Gosnell at approx. 12:31 pm.
Any students that live on Cook Plant Farm Road beyond Harrier will be dropped off at Harrier at approx. 12:35 pm.
Please contact the office 360-426-8437 or Mason County Transportation CoOp 360-426-3182 for additional Information.


  • A Capital Levy for Southside School’s contribution to the Shelton High School Expansion Project will be submitted to the voters of the District at the Special Election to be held February 12, 2019.  Southside is a nonhigh school district  and Shelton is a designated high school district for Southside. Southside high school students attend Shelton High School. Shelton School District’s voters approved a proposition on February 14, 2017, authorizing Shelton School District’s Expansion Project. Southside’s contribution of the expansion project is $450,723.00 to be paid over 4 years.

Upcoming Events

February 12th – Special Election

February 15th – 12:00 pm Early Release

February 18th, 19th – No School – Mid Winter Break

Vision & Mission

Welcome to Southside School District- Best School Around. Celebrating 116 Years This Year.

“The mission statement of the Southside School District, as a small, community-centered school, is to inspire lifelong learning and to empower students of all ages to become knowledgeable, contributing citizens by meeting the diverse needs of the whole person in a safe and nurturing environment.”

Non-discrimination Statement:

Southside School District does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, including gender expression or identity, creed, religion, age, veteran or military status, disability, or the use of trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts of America and other designated youth groups. Read more…