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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,
    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), 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

    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
    Athletic Director Q/A Session 12-1:00, Darby Haskins,, Click here to join the meeting

    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;,
    Pride Club, Leland Swarts;, Michael Grazewski;
    Climate Justice Club, Ted Lockery;
    Mock Trial, Larry Uhlman;, Debo Tolentino;,
    Muslim Student Association (MSA), Kristina Volkman;

    Grades 10-12
    Mentorship: 9:00-9:15am
    Period 1: 9:20-9:45am
    Period 2: 9:50-10:15am
    Period 3: 10:20-10:45am
    Period 4: 10:50-11:15am
    Period 5: 11:20-11:45am
    Period 6: 11:50-12:15pm
    Lunch: 12:20-1:10pm
    Support periods 1&4: 1:15-2:00pm
    Support periods 2&5: 2:10-2:55pm
    Support periods 3&6: 3:05-3:50pm
    Grade 9
    Mentorship: 9:00-9:15am
    Block I: 9:20-10:00am
    Block II: 10:05-10:45am
    Period 4: 10:50-11:15am
    Period 5: 11:20-11:45am
    Period 6: 11:50-12:15pm
    Lunch: 12:20-1:10pm
    Support Block 1&Period 4: 1:15-2:00pm
    Support Block 2&Period 5: 2:10-2:55pm
    Support Period 6: 3:05-3:50pm
    YOUR STUDENTS ARE INVITED TO YOUTHFORCE’S LEADERSHIP 101 WORKSHOP THURSDAY, JAN 14TH FROM 4-5PM ON ZOOM. Meet our Host: Chad Scarbrough. Chad most recently worked for the Seattle Seahawks and First & Goal as the Director of Employee Experience & Development. He is passionate about leadership, guest experience, organization development, and talent management. With Chad, we will explore what traits we look for in a leader, who can be a leader, what are enemies of Positive Leadership, and more. This is the first of 3 workshops Chad is leading with YouthForce! He is also hosting Communication 101 (Thurs 2/11) and Self-Discovery: Passion & Career (Thurs 3/11). We recommend attending all 3 – Youth can register here:, the form is at the bottom of the website. 

    A MESSAGE FROM THE LIBRARY: As we near the end of Semester 1, please return or renew any outstanding library books, and return your Language Arts books and textbooks for semester-long classes. Books can be returned every Wednesday between 1:00-4:00 outside the main entrance to school or by special arrangement with Ms. West if you email her at Please log onto the Source to see what books you currently have checked out and make plans to return them. This does not apply to textbooks that you will continue using in Semester 2.

    NEXT WEEK ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20TH YMCA EARTH SERVICE CORPS will be hosting its annual Environmental Leaders Summit. This year the event is virtual. This is a unique opportunity for participants to collaborate across generations and geography. What happens at the Summit? This event is a launching point for youth action and provides an opportunity for students from across the Puget Sound to share ideas and learn from others in the environmental community. This year student selected table topics will include Waste Reduction, Climate Change, Marine Health, Environmental Justice, Plastics and much more. Our last Summit gathered over 160 participants representing high schools across Western Washington.
    WHAT: YMCA Environmental Leaders Summit
    WHO: Students grades 8-12
    WHEN: January 20th, 1:00-3:45
    REGISTER: Youth can register online here. Deadline: January 15th.
    If you have questions or would like further information, please feel free to contact Chelsey Wheeler | YMCA Earth Service Corps Director | Pronouns: she/her P 206.466.1048

    STUDENTS ARE INVITED TO JOIN THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON FOR YOUNG, GIFTED & BLACK — a day of inspiration and empowerment. Through workshops and mentoring, UW faculty and staff work to connect with students and provide them with the resources they need to pursue the goal of higher education. February 6 / 11 a.m.–3 p.m. Pacific Time. Event will be online. Learn more and apply here;
    Questions? Email We look forward to working with you! Multicultural Outreach & Recruitment, Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity,

    YEARBOOK GRAD ADS. While this is not the senior year we pictured for the graduating class of 2021, placing a Yearbook Grad Ad is one way to give your senior a gift worth remembering. Yearbook Grad Ads are now available to purchase until March 17th. Space is limited, so follow the instructions below to secure yours!
    • Go to
    • Type in the school code "7408"
    • Click "Start Your Ad"
    Thank you for your support of the yearbook! Please direct your questions to

    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)

    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 or if you have questions. Our next online test date will be January 23rd, 2021. You need to be registered with Ms. Tobon one week before the testing date.

    CROSS COUNTRY PRACTICE IS NOW Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays at 4:00 pm., meeting on the field near the student parking lot. We recognize that classes go until 3:50, and that it may be difficult for some to make it to Hale by 4:00, but we want to make sure that we have enough daylight. If you need to be a few minutes late, no problem!

    SNOW SPORTS BUS! There will be a Ski/Snowboard Bus this year! It is operated by Mohan Ski School, and our program within Mohan is called “Meadowbrook Snowsports.” The bus season is later this year. The dates for the bus will be:
    February 12, 19 & 26, March 5, 12 & 19, 2021. If you are interested, please sign up at and/or send a message to for more information.

    ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Q/A SESSION. With athletics season constantly changing this is an opportunity to meet with the athletic director directly. This time is open for all students, parents and even teachers to reach out and have your questions and concerns directly answered. Meetings are on Wednesdays from 12-1pm via Teams. If unable to meet at this time, please feel free to email me to set up a time to talk. Go Raiders! See meeting link under Student Life/Clubs on the Nathan Hale website.

    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.

    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.

    ***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: