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    MONDAY, OCTOBER 22nd 2018

    Monday, 10/22: V Girls soccer vs. Ingraham at NW Athletic Field 4:00pm
    JVC Football vs. Evergreen at Nathan Hale HS 4:00pm
    C-team/JV/V volleyball at Chief Sealth HS 4:30pm/5:30pm/7:00pm
    Tuesday, 10/23: V Boys Ultimate Frisbee SPS Tournament Final Location/Time TBD
    Wednesday, 10/24: JV/V Volleyball vs. Cleveland at Nathan Hale HS 5:30pm/7:00pm
    Thursday, 10/25: Montana College in the Counseling Office 10:20am
    Boys/Girls V Cross-country at Lower Woodland 2:30pm/3:10pm
    Fall Choir Concert in the Commons 7:00pm
    Friday, 10/26: V Girls swimming at Snohomish Aquatic Center 4:00pm
    Saturday, 10/27: JVC Football at Ballard 10:00am
    V Girls swimming at Snohomish Aquatic Center

    CLUBS: All clubs meet during lunch unless otherwise posted.
    MONDAY: Class of 2020 in 1121, Horticulture Leadership Team in room 1125, Disney Club in the Black Box, Earth Service Corps in 1126, Latinx Unidx Club in 1118, Origami Club in 2107

    SMARTER BALANCED RETAKES! Ms. Greene has sent passes to JUNIORS and SENIORS who must retake the Smarter Balanced exam. Students must report to the Library at 9:00 today, Monday. Passing this test is a graduation requirement. The test has fewer questions this year so plan on finishing in one day. See Ms. Greene if you have any questions.

    COLLEGE VISITS TO HALE. The following college is visiting Hale: Montana is coming Thursday October 25th during Mentorship at 10:20AM. Sign up in the Counseling Office to get a pass to meet with the college rep and find out what Montana has to offer you.

    GET YOUR LAWSUIT ON! Interested in acting as an attorney? Testifying as a witness? Join the academic and engaging club, Mock Trial. Provides both educational experience and looks great on college applications! No experience required. Meets Mondays and Wednesdays after school in Magic Demirel’s room or Mr. Heald’s room.

    COME TO THE HALE HOLLOWS: October 25th – 27th. Family hour: 5:45 – 6:45 and general admission: 6:45 – 9:30. $5 with ASB, $7 without, and $4 for ages ten and under. Enter by the student parking lot.

    DO YOU ENJOY MUSIC? WANT TO SEE WHAT NHHS CHOIRS ARE ALL ABOUT? Thursday, October 25th, come support Concert Choir and Vocal Jazz at the Fall Choir Concert! Admission is free and there will be baked goods for sale. 7:00 pm in the Commons.

    WHAT DO MONSTROUS DRAGONS, FEISTY FAIRIES, AND HORNY DEMONS HAVE IN COMMON? Come find out in our Fall Play “She Kills Monsters” by Qui Nguyen. Watch live sword fights, hang out with the Pride Club in the lobby, and see if the Great Mage Steve ever survives. The show performs Nov 1-3rd. Get your tickets early online, or by talking to Mr. Roby.

    WINTER SPORTS START MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH. Athletic packets are due Friday, November 9th by noon in order to turn out on the first day of practice. Make sure to get your athletic packet turned in!

    BASKETBALL TRY-OUTS ARE A MONTH AWAY, be at open gym today. Times: October 22nd from 4:00 – 6:00pm, 26th from 7:00 – 8:30pm, 27th from 12:00 – 2:00pm.

    THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST BLACK COLLEGE FAIR will be held at Garfield High School’s Quincy Jones Performing Arts Center on November 4, 2018. This is a wonderful event to connect students from the Pacific Northwest to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s). Students from communities across Washington State and Oregon attend such as: Marysville, Seattle, Renton, Kent, Federal Way, Tacoma, Vancouver and Portland. For further information, please visit

    HEY NATHAN HALE! JOHN ROGERS ELEMENTARY NEEDS VOLUNTEERS FOR THEIR FALL FESTIVAL on Friday, Oct. 26th. The festival runs from 6-7:30 in the John Rogers cafeteria. They need help running the games, fun stuff like pumpkin bowling and sack races, as well as face painting and the cupcake walk. They could also use some help with set up and clean up—we should be all wrapped up by 8pm. You can get volunteer credit too. Email Karen at if you are interested.

    RAIDER GEAR REPS/SPORTS BOOSTERS VOLUNTEERS. Raider Gear is looking for current Hale parent(s) of freshmen - juniors to take over Raider Gear for Sports Boosters. It’s a fun way to get involved with Hale and Sports Boosters, and a perfect volunteer job to share with fellow parents. The current coordinator is a senior parent, so needs willing parent(s) to show the ropes to throughout this year. Without new volunteers, Raider Gear's great merch may not be available for all students, staff, families, and alums. For more info: Thanks!

    NINTH GRADERS! CLASS OF 2022! It is time for class office elections! Come to the main office to pick up your election packet to run for office. Packets are due signed by teachers and parents /guardians on Wednesday, October 31st. Elections will be help November 5th.

    REMEMBER TO PICK UP YOUR STUDENT ID CARD in the main office before school, during lunch, or after school.

    PARENTS AND GUARDIANS ARE INVITED TO STUDENT WELLNESS NIGHT, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, NATHAN HALE LIBRARY SPONSORED BY NH COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION. 6:30 PM Resource/Informational Tables, 7PM Presentations on “Nutrition for Teens”; “What Students Would like Parents and Guardians to Know”; “Stress Reduction Strategies”; “The Latest Need to Know Info on Vaping, Over the Counter Drugs, Marijuana and More”; Community Resources and more! Please join us for an evening focused on keeping our student healthy.

    Lunch: Today: penne chicken alfredo, Tuesday: beef hotdog with fries, Wednesday: grilled turkey ham and cheese sandwich, Thursday: beef and cheese nachos, Friday: Chef’s choice

    Ensuring that all students become honorable, skillful, thinking, global citizens.

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    Hale Sports Booster website:
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