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    NATHAN HALE HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN
    WEDNESDAY, MAY 23rd, 2018


    CLUBS: All clubs meet during lunch unless otherwise posted.
    Wednesdays: Superfans in 2132, Bollywood Dance Club in 2113, Drama Club in the Black Box, Tuesday Club in 2129, Confidence Boost Club in 2123, Pride Club in the Pride Center, Bible Club in P1 after school, Writing Club in 2121 after school, Native Club in 2105

    ICHS' MOBILE DENTAL CLINIC WILL BE HERE TODAY, May 23rd, and is available to all Hale students who need a dentist at no cost to their families. If you haven't been to the dentist in the past year and would like to be seen by the Mobile Dental Clinic, please get a registration packet from the Teen Health Center.

    VOCAL JAZZ AND JAZZ BAND AUDITION PACKETS ARE OUT! Be a part of these exciting music groups at Hale!
    Vocal Jazz auditions are June 7th and 8th after school. Sign up on the choir room door and pick up a packet from Mr. Norberg. Rhythm Section Auditions for BOTH groups are on Saturday June 10th from 11-4. Sign up on the Band Room door and pick up a packet from Mr. Rowe or Mrs. Sibicky. Jazz Band auditions are Saturday June 17th. Packets are available as well.

    TAKE A TRIP BACK IN TIME AND COME TO SPRING FLING, Friday June 1st, from to 8:30 to 11. It's $10 with ASB, $12 without, and $15 at the door. Wear your style of throwback, whether it's the early 2000's, way back in the 90's, or even way back to that thing called the 80's and dance to music from today and the past.

    NATHAN HALE TRACK & FIELD ATHLETES, please turn in your washed gear including uniforms, warm-ups and bag by today, May 23rd, to avoid fines. Please turn in to Coach Stidham or Coach Rasp.

    9TH GRADE STUDENTS WHO PURCHASED A FRESHMAN T-SHIRT. ASB apologizes that Freshman T-Shirts did not come. If you purchased a Freshman T-Shirt, you will instead, receive our Sophomore T-Shirt next year at no cost. If you would prefer a refund, see Denden Lambino.

    YOU FOUND YOUR CAREER, HELP HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FIND THEIRS. We are building a non-profit online virtual internship website to guide high school students towards careers in fields they love. It will show them what careers exist, what education is needed to enter into these careers, and give them real world experience on a professional level. This is an area of massive need in our schools, and we need your help! Visit our GoFundMe to learn more and to contribute to the future. www.gofundme.com/studentinnovationguild

    NATHAN HALE SWING DANCE. Thursday, May 24th @7pm in the NHHS Commons. No entrance fee. Come early for dance lessons. Listen to great performances by Vocal Jazz and the Jazz Band. There will be delicious food including Banh mi sandwiches and baked goods for a suggested donation.

    THE JAZZ BAND IS PERFORMING AT THE FOLKLIFE FESTIVAL! May 25th. Jazz Band will perform in the Armory from approximately 4 - 5 pm. Come to watch, come to dance.

    SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL GRADES! The Chinese Institute of Engineers/USA - Seattle (CIE/USA – Seattle) 16th annual Asian Pacific American (APA) youth scholarship is open for application. This scholarship is designed to promote APA career interest in the fields of science, engineering, and technology. There are three award categories covering 7th graders to undergraduate college students. The application period has started already and will end on June 23, 2018. All Asian Pacific American youth students are encouraged to go to http://www.cie-sea.org to apply. More info in the counseling office.

    SENIORS! DO YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY? Can you articulate what your time at Nathan Hale has meant to you? Are you the voice of your class? If so, consider becoming a graduation speaker. Speeches should be significant, thoughtful, well prepared and connected to your class. Speeches should 4-5 minutes in length. If you are interested in auditioning, please see Mr. Renouard in room 2132 for details. Auditions are held on Wednesday, May 30th at 3:30 room 2132.

    ATTENTION SENIORS: please check the list posted outside the fiscal window to see if you have a fine. You may not walk at graduation if you have a fine.

    RAIDERS, ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK NOW for $75 at the fiscal office. Stop by Snyder’s room for online ordering instructions.

    PE WAIVERS FOR SPRING SPORTS are available in the main office. Seniors were due 5/4. All other grades are due June 8th.

    SENIORS: SPREE BUS SIGN-UPS WILL BE MAY 29th, 30th and 31st DURING LUNCH. IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO BUY YOUR SPREE TICKET! ... but space is limited so sign-up soon!! Check the posters outside the Commons to see if you are registered. Spend one last night with your classmates after graduation. Check-in at Hale starts at 9:45pm on June 18th and students return at 6:00am on the 19th. We've got two fun places the class is going with games, prizes, music, fun, food, laughs and great stories you'll share for years to come. Graduation and SPREE are 6 weeks away! Purchase your SPREE ticket now before space runs out!!! How to sign up?...bring the following to the Hale office.
    1. A check made out to “GRAD NIGHT” or a receipt from your online payment. $160 check if signing up by May 31st (increases to $175 on June 1) SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE.
    2. Along w/ your check or online payment receipt, please print out and sign these forms and bring to office (forms also available in office):
    Form 1 - 2018 SPREE Registration Form (2 pages). Form 2 - 2018 SPREE Party Agreement (2 pages).
    Form 3 - Fill out Form 3 only if your student has a life-threatening allergy (1 page)

    IF YOUR STUDENT WILL NOT BE ATTENDING SEATTLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS for 2018-19, go to the Seattle Public Schools Admissions web page http://www.seattleschools.org/admissions/school_choice, click on and complete the Not Attending 2018-19 form, and we will be able to inactivate your student's assignment for the upcoming school year.

    CHAPERONES NEEDED! Why: The Class of 2020 ASB are organizing the Spring Fling and are in need of LOTS of chaperones (35-40). Dances cannot happen without the generous help of parents and guardians to serve as chaperones. Hale staff and security will be present the entire evening. Chaperones can help in a variety of ways (sell tickets, work in coat check, hall monitors, etc). Wear comfortable shoes and bring ear plugs! When: June 1st. 7:30-11pm. Where: NH Commons and Cafeteria. All chaperones need to be cleared by Sandi Mann administrative assistant, she is located in the main office. You must have completed the ASM safety module and have a current (within 12 months) SPS background check form from NH. All forms are available online at the SPS webpage and in the school office. Please let me know if you can help with this. Cindy Klein. NHHS Volunteer Coordinator and Parent of Class of 2020 graduate. schulzsea@yahoo.com. 206-851-5077


    Lunch: Today: chicken corndog with fries, Thursday: beef or cheese nachos, Friday: BBQ chicken



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    Seattle Schools website: http://www.seattleschools.org
    Nathan Hale Foundation website: http://www.nathanhale.org
    Hale Sports Booster website: http://halesports.org
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    To pay for lunches on line: https://paypams.com/HomePage.aspx
    Scholarships/Colleges/Careers: http://halehs.seattleschools.org/services/counseling_office/colleges_and_careers
    Music: www.nathanhalemusic.com