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    NATHAN HALE HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN                                                            

                                                                                      THURSDAY, JANUARY 16TH, 2020

    Thursday, 1/16: V Wrestling vs. Garfield/Franklin at Ingraham HS 6:30pm/7:30pm

    Friday, 1/17: V Boys swimming vs. Ballard at Evans Pool 4:00pm

    JV/V Girls basketball vs. Holy Names at O’Dea HS 3:30pm/5:00pm

    V Gymnastics at Bainbridge HS 6:00pm

    JV/V Boys basketball at O’Dea HS 6:30pm/8:00pm

    Saturday, 1/18: JV/V Boys basketball vs Seattle Prep at Nathan Hale HS 3:30pm/5:00pm

    C-team Boys basketball vs Seattle Prep at Nathan Hale HS 2:00pm

     

    CLUBS: All clubs meet during lunch unless otherwise posted.

    THURSDAY: FCCLA in room 2145, K-Pop club in room 1116, Jewelry Club in the Maker’s Space, (SAP) Student Athlete Prep in the Team Room at 3:45, Meet and Eat Club in 1121, Anime Club in 1120, Mock Trial after school in 2139, CAPS; Coalition of Asian and Pacific Students In 1102, Racial Equity Club in 2134, Vintage Video Game Club in Portable 6, Girls in the Arts in 1206, Card Fight Club in 2107, War Hammer after school in 2149, Language Learning Club in 2106, Film Club in 2105

     

    SPECIAL SCHEDULING NOTE: The assembly to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will be rescheduled to next week on Thursday, 1/23 during Mentorship and Support time. 

     

    Schedule for Friday, 1/17, which will be a 1/3/5 day  

    11th/12

    10th

    9th

    1st period

    8:45 - 10:15

    1st period

    8:45 - 10:15

    Block I

    8:45 - 10:15

    Mentorship

    10:20 - 10:50

    Mentorship

    10:20 - 10:50

    Mentorship

    10:20 - 10:50

    Support

    10:50 - 11:20

    Support

    10:50 - 11:20

    Support

    10:50 - 11:20

    3rd period

    11:25 - 12:55

    Block III

    11:25 - 12:05

    Block II

    11:25 - 12:55

    Block IV

    12:10 - 12:55

    Lunch

    1:00 - 1:30

    Lunch

    1:00 - 1:30

    Lunch

    1:00 - 1:30

    5th period

    1:35 - 3:05

    5th period

    1:35 - 3:05

    5th period

    1:35 - 3:05

    Reading

    3:05 - 3:35

    Reading

    3:05 - 3:35

    Reading

    3:05 - 3:35

     

    SECOND SEMESTER SCHEDULES: Students will receive a copy of their second semester schedule in Mentorship TODAY- January 16th. If there is a hole or error, students should complete a Schedule Change Request form in the counseling office. Requests to change elective courses may be submitted but are not guaranteed. All requests must be turned in to the counseling office by Monday, February 3, 2020 at 3:45 pm.

     

    UNIFIED DRAMA PERFORMANCE TODAY - THURSDAY 1/16: 6pm in the PAC. Performance is free to everyone. All are welcome. Come and enjoy yourselves by watching this student-written comedy called “Pocketful of Truffles”.  Truffles can’t keep a job.  They’re clumsy, irresponsible, unlucky, and hungry.  Sound familiar?  Unified Drama is a full-inclusion classroom consisting of general education students and students with special needs, some of whom have no prior theatre experience and some of whom have a lot.  See you on tonight at 6pm.

     

    EARN GRADUATION CREDIT FOR YOUR JOB – TODAY - THURSDAY 1/16 after school: To get started for next semester attend one of these info sessions in Cindy Jamieson’s classroom 2145 – Tomorrow after school, Tuesday 1/21 during support and Wednesday 1/22 during mentorship (get a pass). In order to qualify, students need to be 16+ years old; have taken a CTE class; and plan to work 180+ hours per semester.

     

    WINTER RUNNING CLUB – Come out and get fit for Spring. Winter Running Club meets TODAY and every Tuesday and Thursday at 3:45pm at the track during January and February. Easy, low-key runs followed by short strength workouts.

     

    PLAYING SPORTS THIS SPRING: Consider signing up for girl’s lacrosse, starting at the end of February! We would love to have you on our team. If you want to see what it's all about, come to our captain’s practices starting TODAY on Thursdays from 4-5!

     

    WINTER BALL TICKETS ON SALE NOW! This year’s theme is Starry Night and is a semi-formal dance.  It will be held off-campus at Fremont Abbey on Friday January 31st from 8pm-11pm.  Ticket sales are TODAY during lunch and cost $15 with ASB and $17 without. Limited tickets are available, so be sure to get yours fast! We hope to see you there! 

     

    SEATTLE PROMISE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION: The deadline to apply for the Seattle Promise scholarship is February 15th. Seniors interested in attending North, Central, or South Seattle College and receiving the Seattle Promise Scholarship can get support with filling out the application TODAY in the Career Center during Mentorship & Support (except during MLK assembly). Sign up in the counseling office to receive a pass. Francisco Ramos from Seattle Promise will be assisting students with the application process and can also be reached by email at  Francisco.Ramos@Seattlecolleges.edu

     

    ARE YOU INTERESTED IN RECEIVING COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM TRAINING?

    FEMA is seeking high-school aged youth from Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington to attend a Youth Preparedness Camp near Anchorage, Alaska in July 2020. All expenses will be paid if you are selected. There will be exciting leadership opportunities, team building, and of course, traditional camp activities to ensure a fun week. You can find additional information at www.fema.gov/youthprep. Application deadline is this Sunday, January 19th, 2020.

     

    WORLD LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY CREDITS: 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. You need to be registered to be able to take the test. Next testing date is January 22nd at 2:45PM in the library.

     

    BLOODWORKS AT HALE THURSDAY 1/23/2020. The Bloodmobile will be parked in front of the school. In the main office you can pick up permission slips for minors and sign-up for a specific time (form on the counter). Any questions contact student Rosie Port in Leadership class.

     

    ULTIMATE FRISBEE INFORMATION NIGHT: If you are interested in Ultimate Frisbee there is a Parent/Player information night on Monday 1/27/2020 in Mr. Uhlman’s -room 2121, from 7 – 8:15 pm. Anyone interested in joining Ultimate is encouraged to come and meet the team and coaches! 

     

    PSAT SCORE REPORTS: To all students who took the PSAT at Nathan Hale in October:  PSAT score reports and test booklets are available to pick up in the counseling office.  Scores can be linked to Khan Academy online through the student’s College Board account to receive personalized practice for the SAT.  To sign in, or create a College Board account, please go to collegeboard.org.  There is resource information available for other ways to study for the SAT in the counseling office.  Juniors will have the opportunity to take the free School Day SAT at Nathan Hale on March 4th.

     

     

    Lunch: Today: chicken tenders and waffles, Friday: chief’s choice

     

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

     

    ***QUICK LINKS***

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

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

    Raider Gear: http://bit.ly/2cr6syY

    To purchase Yearbooks, ASB cards, pay fees and fines on-line: Use parent/guardian Source Account then SchoolPay

    To pay for lunches on line: https://paypams.com/HomePage.aspx

    Seattle Schools website:  http://www.seattleschools.org

    Scholarships/Colleges/Careers: http://halehs.seattleschools.org/services/counseling_office/colleges_and_careers

    For information and tickets to music concerts -> https://nathanhalemusic.com/

    NHCO: https://halehs.seattleschools.org/school_involvement/nathan_hale_community_organization

    For information and tickets to theater productions -> https://www.nathanhaletheatre.com/

    Senior Spree: https://nathanhalespree2020.shutterfly.com/

    Online Volunteer Application: https://seattlepublicschools.volunteerlocal.com/volunteer/

    Nathan Hale Music Boosters: https://nathanhalemusic.com/ 

    Seattle Promise Contact: Francisco Ramos Francisco.Ramos@Seattlecolleges.edu