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    Have a wonderful summer break!

    JAZZ BAND AUDITIONS ARE GOING ON NOW! Check out for audition information. Videos must be submitted by Friday, June 18th. Contact Ms. Sibicky at if you have any questions.

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

    HELP SUPPORT THE SOPHOMORE CLASS BY PURCHASING AN AWESOME SET OF NATHAN HALE THEMED PLAYING CARDS for the low price of only $10 a deck. Cards feature pictures from the Hale community – have fun seeing what’s what and who’s who. Purchase through SchoolPay at They are going fast – get yours now!

    THE CITY OF SEATTLE IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE SEATTLE YOUTH COMMISSION (SYC),, a 15-member commission of ages 13-19 that addresses issues of importance to youth. Appointed by the Mayor and Seattle City Council, youth serving on this commission work with elected officials, City staff, community leaders, and young people citywide to make positive changes through policy, organizing, and events. The deadline to apply is Monday, June 28 at 5:00 p.m. Commissioners serve a two-year term beginning September 2021 and ending June 2023. The commissioners meet biweekly on Wednesdays from 4:30 – 6:00 p.m. and will have additional committee commitments. In addition, the commissioners are required to attend a half-day virtual retreat. To apply, complete and submit the online application ,, by June 28 at 5 p.m. Interviews for applicants will be held in early July. For more information, go to For questions, please contact commission coordinator Osbaldo Hernandez at or 206-233-3732. Seattle Youth Commission Projects In addition to representing youth across the city, commissioners receive hands-on experience in the public sector and learn how to cultivate the youth voice in city policy. Here is a sampling of projects the Seattle Youth Commission has worked on in the past: researched marketing and recruitment strategies to increase enrollment in Seattle Public Schools’ Career Technical Education Skills Center to recommend to the Office of Economic Development, collaborated with the Mayor's Chief of Police Search Committee to facilitate a youth forum on selecting the new Chief of Police, and advised the Department of Education and Early Learning on top priorities to consider for the Families and Education Levy.

    MUSEUM OF HISTORY & INDUSTRY IS ONCE AGAIN ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR OUR 2021-22 MOHAI YOUTH ADVISORS (MYA) PROGRAM! Youth Advisors make the museum more welcoming for their peers by finding fun and creative ways to connect teens with MOHAI and providing input on the development of museum programming and exhibits. At the same time, MYA gives teens access to museum professionals and adult mentors and helps them connect with their local history. We are looking for creative and motivated teens who are interested in history and community engagement to join. MYA offers stipends for a ten-month commitment (September-June), with twelve spots available in our 2021-22 MYA group. Students can find out more information and apply through our website at The online application is due no later than June 30th

    NHHS ALL SPORTS YOUTUBE – NEEDS YOU TO SUBSCRIBE! In support of our students, Darby has set up a YouTube channel where all Hale games can be live streamed. But we need you! We must get to 1,000 subscribers, and it will take all of us to get us there – students, parents, teachers and staff, our coaches + players, grandparents, etc. We are at 302– we need more!
    • Click here to one-click subscribe:
    • Share this link! Once the channel hits 1,000 – all Hale sports can be streamed by cell phones and saved for replays and so much more.

    WHAT IS ENGINEERING ACADEMY? The Engineering Academy is a 2.5-week virtual summer program-based UW Seattle campus with high school juniors (11th grade) from across WA state. It is designed to be an academic program to help participants explore engineering and hone problem-solving skills. We highly encourage students who currently and/or previously participated in UW-sponsored college access and community support programs.
    Program Dates:
    • Orientation & Welcome: Wednesday, July 14, 2021 at 6:00pm
    • Program Dates: The Engineering Academy begins on Thursday, July 15 and conclude on Friday, July 30, 2020
    • Closing Program: Friday, July 30, 2021 - 6-7:30PM
    Program Eligibility:
    • Must be a current junior (11th grade) 2020-2021
    • Attend high school in the Washington State
    • Currently participating or previously participated in UW-Sponsored/Affiliated College Preparatory Program(s) or community-based college access program
    • Interest in learning more about Engineering!
    • Strongly Encouraged to apply:
    o African American, Hispanic/Latinx, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Pacific Islander, and Southeast Asian descent
    o First generation college students
    o Active leader in their high school and/or community
    Application Information: Application will close on June 18th at 11:59PM!

    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.
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    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!

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