Nathan Hale High School Invites Current and Incoming Parents & Guardians to our
MAY COMMUNTY CONVERSATION
Wednesday 22nd May – 7pm Nathan Hale High School Commons
HOW are Decisions Made at Nathan Hale and HOW Can You Influence or Get Involved?
An evening of information about the Nathan Hale organizations that support our students, families and school:
ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY of NATHAN HALE NATHAN HALE SENATE
NATHAN HALE PTSA NATHAN HALE FOUNDATION PRINCIPAL AND STAFF
Come join us! Questions? Please email email@example.com
We have lost a great friend in Mr. Stern. Many years of NHHS ninth graders heard Mr. Stern’s story of Holocaust survival and reunification with his beloved wife. His unflinching manner of speaking and his message of remembrance, dignity and hope will stay with many of our students and staff long into the future.
A longtime member of the Washington State Holocaust Education Resource Center's Speakers Bureau and one of the Center's founders, Klaus served the Center's mission to inspire teaching and learning for humanity in the schools and communities of this region through study of the Holocaust. Klaus educated students and the community about his experiences during the Holocaust, encouraging generations of young people to speak out for what is right, to respect others, and about the tragic consequences of intolerance.
Find out What's Happening at Hale in the May Raider:
Reader PTSA Newsletter:
NHHS wins another award
Horticulture Plant Sale
Upcoming PTSA Events
World Language Film Festival
Summer Opportunities and more!
---------------------- Read the Raider Reader online here!
CLUBS – ALL MEET DURING LUNCH UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED – Monday: Science Fiction Reading Club in Linett’s room #2139; Robotics Team-1131 @ 6PM; FCCLA–1137;Earth Corp-1130; Latino Club-2104; a capella club-1410; Mock Trial team at 3:30 in rm. 2134; Tuesday: Spoken Word in 2121 after school; RADD in Ms. Michael’s rm, 1319; Key Club-2138; GSA-2135; Agape Bible Club-1118; Chess Club in Mr. Stidham's rm. Wednesday: Spanish Club in rm 2106; Asian Club in rm 2141; Native Club-2134 at 2:30; Black Student Union in Ms. Ruehle’s class rm 1116 during Reflective; Thursday: Photography Club in rm 1205; Abolitionist Club in Mr. Windus’ room 1113; Japanese Club-2107; Opera Club-2121; Class of 2015-Room 2129; a capella club-1410; Special Olympics Club in Ms. Fraser’s rm. 2123, African Girls Club-2129 @ 2:30-PASS REQUIRED; Mock Trial team at 3:30 in rm. 2134; HAM radio club in the Radio Room; Friday: Fiber arts -2104; Jew Club-2139
Check out the Nathan Hale Weather station. See what the weather is like at our school right now. Bicycle riders might appreciate this information during the winter months.
This station collects weather information from a site on the Nathan Hale rooftop and sends it every 5 seconds to the Internet, assisting our science students in their weather studies. Access the station here