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    Where do I go Friday morning?
    Posted on 09/02/2020
    First Day of School text with a pencil

    Beloved Community,

    Friday, September 4th is the first day of school, and we are excited to connect with all our students. Typically, your class schedule would have room numbers and you’d walk around the building looking for each classroom. In this virtual setting you might be wondering, where do I go on Friday morning? To find your virtual classrooms, please go to your teachers’ Schoology page! 

    <<Update from Thursday, 9/3: We have been informed that Schoology pages will not be viewable until Friday, 9/4.>>

    HOW TO ACCESS YOUR CLASSES on SCHOOLOGY:  Log in as a Student (https://districtlms.seattleschools.org/)
    Please visit www.seattleschools.org/StudentPW for detailed STUDENT log in steps. 
    Schoology Student Guide (https://support.schoology.com/hc/en-us/articles/201001313-Student-Guide)

    HOW TO ACCESS YOUR SCHEDULE on THE SOURCE
    If you haven’t located your class schedule yet, please be sure to login to The Source (https://ps.seattleschools.org/public/).
    Information about The Source can be found here (https://www.seattleschools.org/departments/dots/support_training_forms/source).
    Technical Tips about The Source can be found here (https://www.seattleschools.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=627&pageId=20078).

    HOW TO CONTACT YOUR TEACHER 
    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

    HOW TO ACCESS YOUR STUDENT EMAIL
    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!  

    STRONG START SCHEDULE
    The Seattle Public Schools’ Strong Start schedule provides teachers and students time to connect with one another to build relationships while in this virtual setting, ensure everyone has access to necessary technology, and engage in social emotional learning as we all navigate this new school  environment before we begin our academic curriculum on Monday, September 14th. 

    Friday (9/4), Tuesday (9/8)
    Note: 9th Grade students should attend their Block I class after Mentorship and receive their schedule for the rest of Strong Start.

    Mentorship:  9:00-9:15am
    Period 1:      9:25-9:40am
    Period 2:      9:45-10:00am
    Period 3:     10:10-10:25am
    Period 4:     10:30-10:45am
    Period 5:     10:50-11:05am
    Period 6:     11:10-11:25am

    Wednesday (9/9)
    Support                     9:00-9:50am
    Mentorship               10:00-11:00am      
    Support                     11:10-12:15pm    
    Lunch/Enrichment    12:20-1:10pm          
    Staff Collaboration    1:20-3:35pm 

    Thursday (9/10) & Friday (9/11)
    Mentorship:  9:00-9:30am
    Period 1/4:   9:40-10:05am
    Period 2/5:  10:15-10:40am
    Period 3/6:  10:50-11:15am

    Because Monday, 9/7 is Labor Day, there is no school that day.

    Have a great start to your year! Go Raiders!

    With love,

    William 

    William Jackson (Black|he,him)
    Principal
    Nathan Hale High School