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    Thursday, 4/8: JV girls’ soccer at Blanchet 7:00pm
    V girls’ soccer vs. Blanchet at Raider Field 4:30pm
    Friday, 4/9: Gymnastics at Ballard vs. Ballard and Ingraham 7:00pm
    Football TBD
    Saturday, 4/10: Football TBD
    Monday, 4/12: C-team/JV/V Volleyball at Seattle Prep 4:00pm/5:30pm/7:00pm
    Tuesday, 4/13: V Soccer vs. Seattle Prep at JAMS #1 4:30pm
    Wednesday, 4/14: Boys cross country Metro championship at Magnuson Park 3:00pm
    Volleyball at Nathan Hale TBD
    Thursday, 4/15: Girls cross country Metro championship at Magnuson Park 3:00pm
    V Soccer TBD
    Friday, 4/16: Football TBD
    Saturday, 4/17: Gymnastics Metro championship at West Seattle 12:00pm
    Volleyball at Nathan Hale TBD
    Football TBD

    CLUBS: All clubs meet during lunch unless otherwise posted. Please contact club advisor listed below for a meeting link.
    Monday: Horticulture Club, Matt Davis;
    Dance Club, Elizabeth Weybright,
    RADD Club, Kristine Witt,
    Mock Trial, Larry Uhlman;, Debo Tolentino;,
    Class of 2024 Class Officers, Erin Lynch,

    Tuesday: Girls in the Arts, Erin Shafkind,
    Latinx Unidx, Elizabeth Weybright;
    Library Advisory Club, Dana West,
    Student Athlete Prep (SAP) from 3:30 – 4:30, Dominique Brooks,
    FCCLA, (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America), at 12:20, 2nd and 4th weeks of the month, Cindy Jamieson;
    DM @NHHS_FCCLA (Instagram Page) for the meeting link
    Class of 2023, Larry Uhlman,, Erica Ewell,, and Chris
    Pride Club, Leland Swarts;, Michael Grazewski;

    Wednesday: Native Club, Stacia Hawkinson;
    BSU, Larry Uhlman,
    RPG Club, Tim Arnot;, Kris Typolt,
    National Honor Society at 11:40, Jed Zutz;,
    Class of 2022 at 1:15, Kristine Witt,
    MESA Club at 3:00, Linda Wilson,, Join Microsoft Teams Meeting
    Dance Club, Elizabeth Weybright,
    Green Team at 11:05-11:35, Linda Wilson,
    Bible Club from 1:20 – 2:35, Brian Coon,, Bible Club Meeting Link
    Mental Health Club, Devora Eisenberg,

    Thursday: Coalition of Asian and Pacific Students (CAPS), Leland Swarts;
    Student Athlete Prep (SAP) from 3:30 – 4:30, Dominique Brooks,
    K-Pop Club, Shira Brewer;
    Fiber Arts Club (Yarn It), Pam Marx-Thompson;, Rebecca Padilla;
    Anime Club, Mike Comiskey;
    Photo Club, Stefanie Arneson,

    Friday: Drama Club, David Roby;,
    Climate Justice Club, Ted Lockery;
    Mock Trial, Larry Uhlman;, Debo Tolentino;,
    Muslim Student Association (MSA), Kristina Volkman;
    Racial Equity Club, Chris Mulder;, Erin Shafkind;

    INTERESTED IN PLAYING IN AN ADVANCED INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC ENSEMBLE? Check out for information on auditions for Wind Ensemble and Chamber Orchestra. Auditions will be accepted until Monday, May 3rd. Auditions for Jazz Band will happen later in May. If you have any questions, contact Ms. Sibicky at

    NATHAN HALE ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT IS LOOKING FOR SHOT CLOCK AND ANNOUNCERS for the upcoming basketball season. If you are interested, please contact the athletic director, Darby Haskins, at

    WE KNOW THAT THE PANDEMIC AND THE COST OF TRAVEL HAVE MADE IT HARD FOR STUDENTS TO VISIT COLLEGES, so here is an opportunity to virtually visit hundreds of colleges. College Board is bringing colleges to you with BigFuture™ Days college fairs. They have two events left this school year, so sophomores and juniors can register today. Students can chat directly with hundreds of college admissions reps and current college students. College Board is also hosting college planning sessions about important topics for sophomores and juniors like financial aid, scholarships, and more.

    NHS COLLEGE WORKSHOP RECORDINGS! Do you have questions about applying to college but missed the March College Workshops? Good news! They were all recorded and can be found here along with all of the resources shared during the live presentations. Feel free to email any additional questions you have to!

    AUDITIONS FOR NEXT YEAR'S CHOIRS ARE HAPPENING NOW! There are three choirs at Hale: Concert Choir (non-auditioned, just sign up!), Chorale (mid-level auditioned), and Vocal Jazz (advanced auditioned). You can read more about what our Choir Program has to offer and how to audition at Audition videos are due at the end of Spring Break, on April 18th. Please reach out to Ms. Ewell with any questions at

    PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE ARE CHANGES TO THE DAY TO DAY OPERATIONS OF THE ATTENDANCE OFFICE (for the duration of the 20-21 school year). If your student will arrive after class starts, please ask them to go directly to the classroom. The teacher will note what time they arrive and mark their attendance accordingly. If your student is more than 10 minutes late to class, they will be considered absent. If they are less than 10 minutes late, they will be marked late. Please call the office at 206-252-3684 and leave a voicemail regarding your student’s tardiness. Voicemails are checked daily. To determine if your student’s absence will be excused please visit the attendance and truancy policy link located here:
    If your student will need to leave school early, please notify the attendance office via email no less than one day in advance. For emergent dismissals only, please call the front office at 206-252-3680. Please also leave a message on the Attendance office answering machine at 206-252-3684 so that the absence may be recorded properly.

    YOU ARE ALL INVITED TO JOIN THE LIBRARY ADVISORY CLUB IN PLAYING SPRING BOOK BINGO! You can pick up a Bingo card at Wednesday materials distribution, or print one out from the Program Support Schoology page. If you complete all nine activities and log them on your card, you will receive a prize! Be sure to check out the Spring Book Bingo folder on the Program Support Schoology page for suggestions for completing each square on your Bingo card and encourage your friends to play along with you! You'll have through the end of April to complete your card, and prizes will be distributed in mid-May. Please reach out to Ms. West with any questions:

    NATHAN HALE’S CHAPTER OF FCCLA has been busy these last few weeks attending the State Leadership Conference (virtual). The nine students who participated were responsible for leading state-wide meetings, evaluating projects, and competing in events. Our Hale team earned gold and placed 2nd in the state for their Entrepreneur project, presentation, and portfolio. Congratulations to these leaders on a successful event.

    THE WESTERN GOVERNORS' FOUNDATION IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE ITS 6TH ANNUAL "CELEBRATE THE WEST" REGIONAL ART COMPETITION challenging high school students to create works inspired by their state. Here is a link to this year's contest: Students are welcome to submit artwork used for other contests or assignments, as long as entries also depict our theme of “Celebrate the West.” Please check the guidelines on the website for what art media is allowed. It is easy to enter- students only need to email a photograph of their artwork along with the entry form found on our website. Depending on Covid-19 restrictions, we most likely will again be conducting our final round of judging online in May 2021. We will keep you and your students posted. The entry deadline is April 30, 2021.

    CHECK OUT THE NATHAN HALE THEATRE MARCH NEWSLETTER! Theatre happens here! You’re invited to do it. Yes, YOU!!!

    HERE IS AN EVENT THAT ALL SEATTLE HIGH SCHOOL students/parents/staff are invited to attend! Learn about the Military with Veterans - April 20th @ 5:30PM (Register for April 20th),

    EARN UP TO 4 HIGH SCHOOL CREDITS IN A WORLD LANGUAGE. If you speak, read, and write in a language other than English, sign up to take a world language test. You can earn up to 4 high school credits and possibly the seal of biliteracy. The next testing dates are in May and June because the April 24 is already full. Contact Ms. Takahashi, to register for the test or if you have questions. You need to be registered at least one week before the testing date.

    YEARBOOK PRE-ORDERS ARE LIVE! The yearbook staff is breaking down barriers to commemorate the ups, downs, and moments worth celebrating about Nathan Hale's 2020-2021 school year. Follow the instructions below to secure your copy for $60. Ordering online:
    o Login to the Source with a parent/guardian account
    o Open the tabs on the left and click on the SchoolPay icon
    o Scroll down until you see the yearbook (or type "yearbook" in the search bar)
    o Then click "add to cart"
    • Cash or check:
    o Bring cash ($60) or checks to the main office (checks can be mailed / cash is drop-off only)
    o Check amount is $60 / made payable to Nathan Hale High School, with "yearbook" in the memo line
    o Provide a written note including what the payment is for, the student's name, and where to email your receipt
    End of year pick-up requires a photo identification. (Receipt is not necessary for pick-up, but we strongly recommend saving it in case of errors within the SchoolPay system.)

    BOYS LACROSSE PRACTICES START MONDAY APRIL 19TH! No experience necessary, get details at Hale Boy's Lacrosse site (or cut and paste in your browser: ) for details or contact

    INTERESTED IN TURNING OUT FOR A SPORT THIS SCHOOL YEAR? Please sign up using FinalForms, an online system that allows you to complete and sign forms from your computer, tablet, or mobile device. Please register at: Please sign up now for sports that you are interested in. This will help coaches get in touch with students.

    ATHLETICS: Based on the information in Governor Inslee’s plan, the Metro League adopted a two-season sports model for this year only. This format protects participants’ safety while providing student-athletes the best possible quality athletic experience. Season one has started. Season 2 is April 19 to June 12*. Sports for season 2 are:
    Baseball, B/G Basketball, B. Soccer, B. Swim & Dive, Fastpitch Softball, B/G Tennis, B/G Track & Field, B/G Wrestling.
    Initial word is that our club sports of B/G Ultimate and B/G Lacrosse will be played in Season 2*
    *All dates tentative. Seasons and/or sports may need to be adjusted based on Puget Sound Region’s metrics.
    For the most up to date information be sure to sign up your athlete for athletic participation on Final Forms
    Please email Athletic Director Darby Haskins,, with any questions

    IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET WITH YOUR COUNSELOR, they would love to hear from you. Use the link below to make a Teams meeting with them or reach out over Teams Chat, Schoology or email.
    Nathan Hale Counselor Contact Information:

    Kristen Patterson (A-Gra)
    Schedule an appointment:
    Ms. Patterson's Calendar

    Kristie Thompson (Gre-N)
    Schedule an appointment:
    Ms. Thompson's calendar

    Kelly Creech (O-Z)
    Schedule an appointment:
    Ms. Creech's calendar

    Please visit for detailed STUDENT log in steps.
    Schoology Student Guide

    login to The Source.
    Information about The Source can be found here.
    Technical Tips about The Source can be found here.

    If for some reason you are having trouble locating your teacher’s Schoology page, please email your teacher directly. You can find staff contact information on the Nathan Hale Website.

    To better support remote learning, Seattle Public Schools is enabling student Microsoft Outlook email accounts. Please take the steps to access your student email account as this is where school and course related information for students will be sent!

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

    If you are accessing this bulletin through School Messenger or Hale Mail, you may click directly on the links below.
    If you are accessing this bulletin through the Nathan Hale website, you must cut and paste the link into your browser.

    ***QUICK LINKS***
    NHHS Library
    Earn graduation credit for working: Cindy Jamieson, Career Connected Learning Coordinator
    Athletics Sign-ups:
    Nathan Hale HS Remote Learning Schedule:
    Nathan Hale Foundation website:
    Hale Sports Booster website:
    Raider Gear:
    To purchase Yearbooks, ASB cards, pay fees and fines on-line: Use parent/guardian Source Account then SchoolPay
    To pay for lunches on line:
    Seattle Schools website:
    For information and tickets to music concerts ->
    For information and tickets to theater productions ->
    Online Volunteer Application:
    Nathan Hale Music Boosters: