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     Thursday, May 14th 2015

     

    Happenings

    Thursday 5/14: Spring musical “Young Frankenstein” in the PAC 7:30pm

    Friday 5/15: Spring musical “Young Frankenstein” in the PAC 7:30pm

    Saturday 5/16: Unified soccer tournament, District 1 and 2 at Lynnwood HS 8:00am

    Girls JV/V Ultimate Frisbee - USAU state tournament in Burlington – all day

    Spring musical “Young Frankenstein” in the PAC 7:30pm

     

    CLUBS: All meet during lunch unless otherwise indicated.

    Thursday: Abolitionist Club in 1113, Anime Club in 2134, Class of 2016 in 2139, Mock Trial after school in room 2134, African Girls and Boys Club at 2:40 in 2138, Latinas Unídas in 1118, Feminist Action Society in room 1206, Hip Hop Club after school in the Benson Forum

     

    LATINAS UNIDAS se juntan hoy durante almuerzo en la sala de Senora Weybright, numero once dieciocho.

     

    JAPANESE, FRENCH, AND SPANISH WORLD LANGUAGE STUDENTS: Please attend the editing workshop in the Library during Reflective Scholarship today. You will learn some great tips for editing your movies for the World Language Film Festival to be shown at the end of the month. Be there!

     

    JOIN US IN THE LIBRARY FOR REFLECTIVE SCHOLARSHIP.  It’s the place to be on Wednesdays and Thursdays.  Be sure to swing by at lunch and pick up your librarian pass to the library. 

     

    BIKE TO WORK DAY IS FRIDAY, MAY 15!  If you ride to school on Friday you will find free stuff at stations all around town.  Check out Cascade Bike to Work Day for details or visit Mr. Minor in 1120.  Don’t forget your helmet!

     

    SENIORS: TOMORROW IS THE SECOND ROUND OF SIGN-UPS FOR SPREE BUSES. This is your chance to gather with your friends during the transit from one amazing activity to another on Graduation night! If your ticket is purchased and your party agreement is signed and turned in, meet us in the lunch room Friday during lunch to choose a bus! More info is in the office or available by Facebook message from the Class of 2015 group.

    IT’S A RHYME.  Oh lookie, there’s a cookie.  I’m spent.  I’ll spend 35 cents.  Me and my friends bored with school chores, we’ll come to the student store.

     


    THERE ARE JUST THREE MORE SHOWS OF OUR SPRING MUSICAL, YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN:
    tonight, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm in the PAC.  Tickets are now on sale at lunch in the AC, online or buy them at the door: $15 for adults and $10 for students. Mel Brook's comedy classic film, Young Frankenstein, comes to life as a knee-slapping, toe-tapping musical.  Frederick Frankenstein inherits his grandfather's Transylvania estate, though he is reluctant to take on the family business of creating monsters.  But with the help of a collection of eccentric characters, he will bring the dead back to life and find his true destiny.

     

    A NATHAN HALE PATRIOT is a senior who has gone above and beyond the call of duty for service to their school and community.  They have given hours of service to clubs, organizations, and at school.  Quite often, they are behind the scenes workers who go unnoticed.  The Patriot Award is not an athletic award, rather a way to recognize those who make the Nathan Hale community better for all of us.  Nominations may be made either by a student or a staff member. The nominee must be a SENIOR who is actively engaged in school activities and given his/her time to help the school without obtaining recognition.  This student must truly express the spirit of Nathan Hale. Forms are available in the office or from Mr. Renouard in room 2132. Completed forms must be submitted to Mr. Renouard no later than Wednesday May, 15

     

    SENIORS - DO YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY?  Do you have a connection to Hale that you want to share?  Are you just a funny speaker?  Then audition to be a speaker at graduation.  Our graduation speakers have traditionally been from all over our student population.  They are kids with interesting perspectives and a story to tell.    Auditions for Graduation speakers will be held on Monday the 18th right after school in room 2132.   Students should have their completed speech written and well-rehearsed.  Many will audition, few will be chosen so encourage students to practice and be prepared.  Please encourage a broad cross-section of our students to audition.  See Mr. Renouard in 2132 for details and more information.


    END-OF-COURSE EXAM PREP!  GEOMETRY.
    Afterschool— 3:20 – 4:20.

    Monday, May 18 (P1 with Mr. Coon)

    Wednesday, May 20 (Room 1113 w/Mr. Windus)

    Thursday, May 21 (Room 1114 w/Mr. Howell)

    Tuesday, May 26 (P2 with Mr. Comiskey)

    Wednesday, May 27 (Room 1113 w/Mr. Windus)

    Thursday, May 28 (Room 1114 w/Mr. Howell)

     

    END-OF-COURSE EXAM PREP!  ALGEBRA 1. Afterschool— 3:20 – 4:20

    Mr. Zutz’s room (1121)

    Wednesday, May 20         

    Thursday, May 21

    Tuesday, May 26                               

    Thursday, May 28 

     

    CITY TO PROVIDE FREE ACTIVITIES FOR SEATTLE STUDENTS DURING MAY 19 TEACHER WALK-OUT. Seattle Parks and Recreation has announced it will open and staff drop-in activities at 21 designated community centers for Seattle Public School students from kindergarten to 8th grade in response to the May 19 teacher walk-out. The free program will operate from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 19 and will include supervised recreation activities.  Due to space limitations, eligible students will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. All students must have a completed registration form. Registration forms can be obtained at open community centers, at the community centers the day of the drop-in service, or printed from http://www.seattle.gov/parks/. To hold a spot at a center register in advance please go online at https://class.seattle.gov/parks/Start/Start.asp.  A registration form still must be brought to the community center on the 19th.  Parents are asked to drop off eligible children by 9:00 a.m. Spaces for parents who have pre-registered will not be held past 9:00 a.m. Once signed in, children will only be released to the authorized contacts listed on the registration form (identification is required).  Parents are asked to send a sack lunch with their child. Snacks will be provided to all students, and lunch will be provided to those students who are unable to bring their own.  Parks’ Teen Centers will be open 2:30-8:00 p.m. in order to provide some daytime drop-in activities for teens. Geographically located Teen Centers are Meadowbrook, Garfield, and Southwest. See http://www.seattle.gov/parks/tlc/.

     

     

     



    Lunch:
    Today; spaghetti with meatballs and focaccia bread,

    Friday; whole grain mozzarella cheese bread sticks with marinara sauce

     

             

     2 hour early dismissals: 6/3

     

     

    ***QUICK LINKS****

    Hale website http://spshalehs.ss8.sharpschool.com/cms/One.aspx?portalId=3943&pageId=3951

    Smarter Balanced Testing Information

    Scholarship information: http://halehighschool.info/career/collegeandcareers.html

    The Source:  https://ps.seattleschools.org

    Seattle Schools website:  http://sps.ss8.sharpschool.com/

    Nathan Hale Foundation website:  http://www.nathanhale.org

    Hale Sports Booster website: http://halesports.org

     

     

     



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