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    TUESDAY, February 25TH, 2020

    Spring Sports Practices start March 2nd


    CLUBS: All clubs meet during lunch unless otherwise posted.

    TUESDAY: (SAP) Student Athlete Prep in the Team Room at 3:45, Music Appreciation Club in 2121, The Office Club in the Black Box, Meet & Eat Club in 1121, Library Advisory Club in the Library, National Honor Society Club in 2127, MESA in 1126, Board Game Club in 2134, Card Fight Club in 2107, Muslim Student Association (MSA) in The Pac


    SCHEDULING NOTE: Just a reminder that our schedule this week includes the Naha Welcome Assembly on Thursday, 2/27 during Mentorship & Support. This means Friday, 2/28, will be a Tuesday schedule. 


    WINTER SPORTS BANQUET: The Winter Sports Awards Dessert will be held today- Tuesday, 2/25, at 7:00pm in the Commons. All winter sports athletes and families are invited and encouraged to attend.  Winter sports are asked to bring a Small dessert to share.  The Sports Booster Club will provide cakes for all to share.


    BASKETBALL FANS: Our loss Saturday to Rainier Beach 66-63 was a season-ending loss. The boys made a huge run in the metro league tournament to get to District. Junior Julian Agosto was voted 3rd Team All-League.

    ​Here is a link to the recap of the Rainier Beach game on Saturday!


    BASEBALL TEAM MANAGER NEEDED: Student manager to help with Stats, Organization, and Game Day operations.

    Please contact Coach Bosley at if you are interested!


    TRACK INFORMATIONAL MEETING: All athletes interested in Track & Field, please come out to the mandatory pre-season Track & Field meeting today - Tuesday, February 25th at 3:40pm in the Commons. Grab sports paperwork, meet coaches and captains and learn all things Nathan Hale Track & Field. See Coach Stidham or Coach Rasp with any questions.


    CHEER INTEREST MEETINGS: Thursday 2/27 in the Commons at 3:45. Tryout packets will be available. Mandatory Parent meeting will be held on March 5th at 6:30pm in the Library.


    TENNIS MEETING: There will be a Tennis meeting after school THURSDAY, FEB. 27th at 4:00pm in the AC to receive the practice schedule and information regarding uniforms. Tennis Season Begins Monday March 2nd. Players need 10 practices to be eligible to play in matches.


    SOCCER PARENT MEETINGon 2/27/20 in the Hale Library from 7-8pm. Tryouts, fundraising, and plans for the upcoming 2020 Spring season will be discussed. Contact information will be gathered to create a Parent Contact List. If you are unable to attend the meeting in person, please submit your name, email and cell number, along with your student’s name, to Coach Keith at to be added to this list for the 2020 season.  Please contact Taren (Booster Rep) at with any questions. 


    BOY’S LACROSSE: Practices start March 2nd. Registration is due this week and required before the first practice - go to our Hale boy's lacrosse website for detailed registration info.  Practices are M-F 5:30-7:30 and Sat 12-2 at Jane Addams Field.  You do not have to have previous lacrosse experience to play. Email if you have questions.


    BITE OF HALE: Want to take a dive into the culture and food of Nathan Hale? Bite of Hale is coming up on Tuesday, March 3rd in the Commons from 6pm till 8pm! Bite of Hale is a fun filled night with bite size food and performances from your Nathan Hale clubs! A $1.00 ticket gets you two bites and a $5.oo ticket gets you 10 bites! All tickets are sold at the door! If your club would like to participate, table request forms can be found in the main office and are due back Friday, February 28th.


    JUNIORS: have you checked The Source to see if your student has met standard on the Smarter Balanced English/Language Arts and Math (SBAC) test? If your student did not meet the standard there is another great opportunity for them to fulfill this graduation requirement. Students who take the SAT on March 4th and receive a 410 or above on the English/Language Arts section and a 430 and above on the Math section meet standard and can use this as their SBAC requirement. PSAT packets are in the counseling office and available for pick up, we encourage students to use these as a study tool and rest up to take the test!


    REGISTRATION: The course registration window for fall of 2020 is now open. It will close on March 5. Counselors visited all 10th grade students on Tuesday 2/11, and have started 9th grade presentations. Students are learning about their transcripts, graduation requirements and pathway options. Juniors will receive guidance from the Mentorship teachers. All students, grades 9-11 will receive a paper option sheet to fill out and turn in to their Mentorship teacher by March 5th. All students should complete registration online through the Source. Here is the link to the counseling presentation: Current Running Start students who do not have Mentorship, please pick up a course option sheet from the Counseling Office to complete your online registration. Here is a link to the course catalog:


    WORLD LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY CREDITS. ATTENTION: Another opportunity to test for the language test…If you speak, read and write a language other than English, sign up to take the world language test to earn up to 4 high school credits and possibly the seal of biliteracy. Please check-in with Miss Tobon during lunches in room 2106 and register for the test. Next testing date will be March 18th at 2:45PM at the library. You need to be registered to be able to take the test.


    TIPS Teen Internship Application open to students ages 15-19 in King County! High School students interested in a paid summer internship working at a not-for-profit organization can apply for TIPS 2020 Summer Internship Program! The deadline for teens to apply is this Friday, February 28, 2020. All students must have two letters of recommendation submitted on their behalf to qualify. More information on TIPS program, internship requirements, and application can be found through our website in the link below. Learn more about TIPS Internships


    SUMMER LEARNING OPPORTUNITY: The 2020 INSIGHT High School Program is an intensive four-week summer academic program designed to introduce high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors to medicine and public health. Students will take a deep dive into health research and complete a capstone in injury prevention. For more information and the online application:


    Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program: FREE 7-week Summer Immersion Program

    Teaches 10th–11th grade girls & non-binary students (rising juniors or seniors) the computer science skills they need to make an impact in their community while preparing for a career in tech. No prior experience in computer science is necessary to apply. (Students who have taken AP CS classes are not eligible) In addition to providing a free program, Girls Who Code provides students with free lunch every day and offers summer stipends between $350 and $1,200 for students who qualify.

    This year our program is in Redmond - 14560 NE 87th St., Redmond, WA 98052. Dates: June 29th - August 14th


    Lunch: Today: BBQ Chicken, Wednesday: Shrimp Jambalaya, Thursday: Haitian Lentil & Chicken Stew, Friday: Jerk Chicken w/ Plantains


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


    ***QUICK LINKS***

    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 online:

    Seattle Schools website:


    For information and tickets to music concerts ->


    For information and tickets to theater productions ->

    Senior Spree:

    Online Volunteer Application:

    Nathan Hale Music Boosters: 

    Seattle Promise Contact: Francisco Ramos