Nathan Hale High School

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Hale Daily Bulletin May 28th

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Sports Happenings: Metro League

Spring Sports Award Banquet is tomorrow – May 29th at 7pm in the Commons.

Hey students if you want to play Football or another sport in the Fall you can get a Sport Physical done in the Teen Health Center. TB tests are available till the end of May in the Teen Health Center. And it’s free!

Clubs: LSU (Latinx Student Union) in 2113, Creative Writing Club in 2134, BSU (Black Student Union) in 1401, TSA (Technology Student Association) in 1205, Nerd Club in 1319, Fishing Club in 1131, Class of 2024 in 2130, Class of 2025 in 2135, Class of 2027 ASB in 1114, and Uno Club in 1122.

The Latinx Mentorship is inviting the Hale community to the PAC on Wednesday May 29th during mentorship. Dr. Juan C. Guerra UW. Professor emeritus and chair of the department of American Ethnic Studies at the University of Washington will come to our school to share his incredible Latinx experience in our country.

Don’t miss the last chance to purchase the Nathan Hale yearbook this year.  Less than 100 copies are left.  Cost is $80. Sale period goes until 6/04/2024. Yearbooks can be purchased online through SchoolPay, or at lunch.


Seniors keep checking your School Email (Outlook) for important news and updates!  Graduation is coming soon so stay informed!

Attention Seniors! Free Graduation Signs will be distributed directly after school tomorrow – Wednesday, May 29th in the Activities Center. Be sure to bring your student ID to pick one up between 2:30 and 3:00pm next Wednesday. These signs can be placed in your yard or window to show off your awesome accomplishment!

Prom tickets are still available for sale online, use the links below:

Senior prom/breakfast bundle

 Senior prom only & prom guests

Senior breakfast only

Prom guest dance pass forms are available in the Main Office. They are due in a week on Tuesday, 6/4.

Nathan Hale SPREE committee is thrilled to announce that our 2024 SPREE tickets are now on sale! With your help we were able to raise enough money to be able to sell tickets this year for $145. Scholarships are available.  Seniors can reach out to their counselor to inquire.

Use this link to register/pay:

Volunteer/Learning Opportunities:

Looking for Service Hours? Bring joy, adventure, and rest to a family with special needs – sign up today to be a one-on-one buddy with a child to give them an amazing summer camp experience! Two Sessions: July 11-13, and Aug 22 -24. Camp located at 8023 Green Lake Dr N, Seattle, WA 98103 Sign up today!

Apply today to start your journey with the volunteer crew at Bumbershoot!

We are seeking volunteers to support our marketing, ticketing, production, development, ADA support, and Creative Arts District teams and more.

Contact Xaviera at if you need support completing the volunteer application process.

Use this link to fill out a volunteer application:

History Lab will take place at MOHAI with occasional off-site field trips Monday–Friday from 10 am–4 pm between July 22–26 and July 29–August 2, 2024. Participation is limited to six participants. History Lab is open to high school students entering grades 10-12 next school year. Online applications for History Lab are due May 24th. Learn more about History Lab and apply at  More info available in the Counseling Office.

MOHAI Youth Advisors (MYA) is a 10-month program that takes place during the school year. We are looking for creative and motivated high school students interested in history and community engagement to join! Applications for MYA are open through June 30, 2024. Learn more and apply on our website at Flyer and more info available in the Counseling office.


The Class of 2027 ASB is hosting a field day at the Raider Field for 9th graders on May 31st during 4th, 5th, and 6th periods. We are kindly asking parents for snack or drink donations; chips, bars, cookies, drinks, etc.., there will be a box in the main office labeled 9th Grade Field Day where you can drop of these snacks by 5/31/2024. Please make sure that these snacks and drinks will not perish/expire before the field day. We are very appreciative of your support!

Mock Trial Volunteers Needed 

In June, our 10th grade World Literature & World History students will participate in a Mock Trial as a final exhibition.  This year our Mock Trial is about South Africa and their Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC).  Specifically, students are addressing whether the TRC in design and function was “an effective remedy” (UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights) for the human rights violations committed during the Apartheid era of South Africa (1960-1993).  We are looking for community member volunteers with experience or interest in the following areas: law; social and restorative justice; legal reform; mediation; history; philosophy and ethics.  Volunteers would serve on panel of 2-3 judges per trial.  For more information or to volunteer as a judge, please click here. 

Summer EBT is Available!

Introducing SUN Bucks, the grocery EBT program that helps combat summer childhood hunger. Families with eligible school-age children will receive $120 per child during the summer for groceries. Starts June 2024.

Some children will be automatically eligible for SUN Bucks, while others will need to apply. Students may be automatically eligible for Summer EBT if they:

  • Are enrolled at a school that offers the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) or School Breakfast Program (SBP) and qualify through a meal application or Family Income Survey;
  • or Are age 8–18 and are a member of a household that receives benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Food Assistance Program (FAP), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), or State-Funded Assistance (SFA).

Students who do not qualify automatically can apply by submitting a Summer EBT application. To qualify for SUN Bucks, these students must:

  • Be enrolled at a school that participates in the NSLP or SBP,
  • AND Live in a household that meets NSLP Income Eligibility Guidelines to qualify for free or reduced-price meals.

Learn more here

Nathan Hale at the Mariners! Students, Staff, and Families you are invited to come join the NH Baseball team at a game at T-Mobile Park. Buy tickets for only $15.00 each and enjoy a day at the ballpark this coming Saturday, June 1st at 4:15pm, watch the Mariners vs. Angels in a special NH section! To buy tickets Nathan Hale at the Mariners!

Questions reach out to Booster Rep, Desiree Tabares – 

Lunch: TODAY: Creamy Alfredo Pasta w/Roll, Wednesday: BBQ Chicken Thigh w/Rice, Thursday: Hot Dog w/Fries, Friday: Catfish Sandwich

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

Make an appointment with your counselor

To make an appointment with your counselor, please use the link below with your SPS email, use the QR code on the yellow poster in your teacher’s room, or come in to see Ms. Takahashi. 

All Students!  Please note that when you use Bookings to make an appointment, we don’t automatically issue a pass for you to use to see your counselor.  You must come in and see Ms. Takahashi who will write you a Request to Report.

Counselors also have drop-in hours

M, T, Th, F:

  • 8:30-8:45 a.m.
  • 3:40-4 p.m.


  • 8:30-8:45 a.m.
  • 1:50-2:25 p.m.

Max Guerrero-Tomoda, (A-Gom) 
Book time with Guerrero-Tomoda, Maximillian E

Kristie Thompson, (Gon-N)
Schedule an appointment: Ms. Thompson’s calendar

Kelly Creech, (O-Z)
Schedule an appointment: Ms. Creech’s calendar

Lori Takahashi, Secretary 

Lex Puopolo, Counselor
Schedule an appointment: Book time with Puopolo, Alexandria N

Seattle Promise
Aurelio Valdez-Barajas B.A. (he/him), Outreach Specialist | Seattle Promise
Schedule and appointment with Aurelio Valdez-Barajas
Work Cell: 206-661-1216 (text is available)

Seattle Promise Office Hours:  Tuesdays 9:45am-3:40pm, Thursday 9:45am-12:45pm, and Fridays 9:45am-3:40pm

Free Meals for Students

You may qualify for free or reduced-price meals. In all Seattle schools, students who qualify for free or reduced-price meals receive meals at no cost. You must reapply every year. Qualification is based on household income.  Applications have a quick turn around time and may take as little as 3 days to process.

Students who qualify receive additional benefits including reduced fees for the following programs.

  • Event Fees
  • College in the High School tuition
  • Advanced Placement Tests
  • Field Trips
  • Associated Student Body (ASB) Fees
  • Pre-College Exams (PSAT/SAT/ACT)
  • College Application Fees
  • Running Start Books and fees


Step 1: Submit online application for PayPams The application comes translated in several languages.

Step 2:  Once approved, please bring a copy of the F/RL approval letter into main office so your student can begin to receive reduced fee benefits.  The school district does not inform the main office when your student is approved for free and reduced meals. 

Procedures for Early Dismissal– Students who need to leave early should bring their parental note (which should include your signature and phone number) to the Attendance office upon arrival at school.  Parent’s needing to retrieve their students for an appt. should call the Attendance office at 206-252-3684 or email the Attendance office directly at as soon as possible.  Since the Attendance office Secretary is usually at lunch from 1-2pm, retrieving students at the end of the day is not always successful and can be chaotic.  Calling early in the morning or as soon as you know that student needs to leave, yields the most accurate service.

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Quick Links

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