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    CLUBS: All clubs meet during lunch unless otherwise posted. Please contact club advisor listed below for a meeting link.
    Monday: Horticulture Club, Matt Davis;
    Pride Club, Leland Swarts;, Michael Grazewski;
    Dance Club, Elizabeth Weybright,
    RADD Club, Kristine Witt,
    Photo Club, Stefanie Arneson,
    Mock Trial, Larry Uhlman;, Debo Tolentino;,

    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), Cindy Jamieson;
    DM @NHHS_FCCLA (Instagram Page) for the meeting link
    Class of 2023, Larry Uhlman,, Erica Ewell,, and Chris

    Wednesday: Native Club, Stacia Hawkinson;
    BSU, Larry Uhlman,
    RPG Club, Tim Arnot;, Kris Typolt,
    National Honor Society at 11:40, Megan Simmons-Rice;,
    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

    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;

    Friday: Drama Club, David Roby;,
    Pride Club, Leland Swarts;, Michael Grazewski;
    Climate Justice Club, Ted Lockery;
    Mock Trial, Larry Uhlman;, Debo Tolentino;,
    Muslim Student Union (MSU), Kristina Volkman;

    ATTENTION FAMILIES WITH JUNIOR AND SENIOR STUDENTS! Join College Possible on October 26th from 6:00-7:30 pm for our Virtual Open House. This event is open to students, their friends and family. Come meet our coaches, hear current students’ testimonials, and experience what it’s like to be a College Possible student. College Possible is a non-profit striving to help low income and first-generation college students apply and succeed in college. Coaches provide support to students from their junior year of high school until they receive their college degree. Our free program assists with test preparation, college exploration and applications, the financial aid process, scholarship search, professional development, and support while pursuing your college degree. Link to Register: To join College Possible, students should have at least a 2.5 GPA (or plans to increase their GPA to 2.5) and be lower income or quality for free or reduced lunch. We encourage all interested students and families to attend! Take advantage of a Q & A with current Junior and Senior College Access Coaches answering any questions you have about the college application process. A raffle for a $100 grocery store gift card will be drawn at the end of the night. All attendees will be entered!

    UPCOMING VIRTUAL COLLEGE VISITS THROUGH NAVIANCE. See the list below and long into your Naviance account to register. If you have any questions please email Ms. Takahashi,
    Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR Thursday October 22 1:30pm
    Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA Thursday October 22 2:00pm
    Menlo College Thursday October 22 2:30pm
    University of Montana, Missoula, MT Thursday October 22 3:00pm
    Montana State University, Bozeman, MT Friday October 23 2:30pm
    UW Bothell Monday October 26 1:30pm
    University of Oregon Monday October 26 2:00pm
    Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL Tuesday October 27 1:30pm
    Grand Canyon University-Traditional Campus, Phoenix, AZ Tuesday October 27 2:00pm
    Northern Arizona University Tuesday October 27 2:30PM
    University of New Orleans Wednesday October 28 10:00am
    Willamette University, Salem, OR Thursday October 29 1:30pm
    Whitworth College Thursday October 29 2:00pm
    Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA Thursday October 29 2:30pm
    Linfield College Friday October 30 1:30pm
    Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA Monday November 2 1:30pm
    Thomas College Wednesday November 4 10:00am
    Salve Regina University Thursday November 5 1:30pm
    Southern Oregon University Thursday November 5 3:00pm
    Seattle University Friday November 6 1:30pm
    University of Arizona Monday November 9 1:30pm
    DigiPen Institute of Technology Friday November 13 1:30pm
    University of Washington – Tacoma Wednesday November 18 10:00am
    Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) Friday December 11 2:30pm

    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. Contact Ms. Tobon,, to register for the test. Our first online test date will be October 24, 2020. You need to be registered to take the test.

    SEATTLE PROMISE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION: Apply for up to two years (or 90 credits) of free college tuition plus support services to help with the transition from high school through college. All Seattle Public School high school graduates are eligible regardless of their grade point average (GPA), family income, test scores or country of birth. The deadline to apply for the Seattle Promise scholarship is February 1st. Seniors interested in attending North, Central, or South Seattle College and receiving the Seattle Promise Scholarship can get support with the application by connecting Francisco Ramos from Seattle Promise. He will be assisting students with the application process and can also be reached by email at

    VIRTUAL COLLEGE FAIRS ARE HAPPENING! Both the national and regional college fairs are virtual and free! You have access to zoom meetings and virtual tours and the ability to schedule one-one meetings with college reps, workshops, and more. Check out the Counseling News page for more information and the links to sign up.

    UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON – IDUB EVENTS: The following recurring events are open to supporting underrepresented minority, low-income, and/or first-generation high school seniors in Washington interested in attending the University of Washington in Seattle for the 2021 Autumn Quarter. For more information and to register for the following events
    Application Workshops: Oct 30, Nov 6, and Nov 13 at 3:00 - 5:30PM See website for details.
    MOR Mondays: Multicultural Outreach and Recruitment (MOR) is holding drop-in virtual office hours every Monday for underrepresented minority high school seniors (Class of 2021) to answer questions about the Coalition application, personal statements and everything in between.
    Community Sessions & Student Ambassador Q&As: Community Sessions are one-hour information sessions to learn more about the UW admissions process and the student experience for students from different underrepresented minority groups on campus. Student Ambassador Q&As are student panels where you will be able to ask current UW students about what it’s like to be a Husky.

    SENIOR PHOTOS: Deadline: Senior photos are due November 20th, 2020
    Photo size: Photos must be either 1.5 x 2" or 3 x 4.5"
    Resolution: Minimum resolution is 300 DPI
    File type: Photos must be submitted as JPG files
    How to submit your senior portrait:
    • Go to
    • Type in the school code "nathanhale"
    • Fill out the form thoroughly and accurately
    • Select and upload your photo
    Follow the Nathan Hale yearbook team on Instagram for important updates and other photo submission opportunities! Instagram: nhhs_yearbook2020. Questions may be directed to:

    CAPTAINS ARE HOSTING XC PRACTICES Monday through Fridays from 4:30 – 5:30pm, meeting in the big grass field next to the tennis courts. If attending, please practice social distancing, wear masks, and bring your own water bottle.

    INTERESTED IN GIRLS BASKETBALL? If you are interested in Girls Basketball, please email Head Coach, Tiana Jordan, at to be added to our email list. Also, please fill out your information on Final Forms! We hope to see our athletes in person soon.

    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 when athletics begin.

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    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.

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