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    TUESDAY, MAY 22ND, 2018

    CLUBS: All clubs meet during lunch unless otherwise posted.
    Tuesdays: Anti-Bullying Club in 1121, Senior Class in 2135, The Kevin Hart Appreciation Club in 1134, Origami Club in 2107, RPG Club in 1115 after school, Jewelry Club in 1319, Rubik’s Cube Club in P2, Board Games Club in 1117

    ATTENTION SENIORS: THE SENIOR BREAKFAST will be held at the Sandpoint Country Club on Tuesday, May 29th at 8:45. Tickets are available at the fiscal window for $8 w/ ASB and $10 without. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Today, May 22nd, is the last day to buy these tickets.

    LAST CHANCE. DO YOU KNOW A SENIOR WHO GOES ABOVE AND BEYOND IN SERVING OUR COMMUNITY? Then nominate them for a Patriot Award. A Nathan Hale Patriot is a senior who has gone above and beyond the call of duty for service to their school and community. They have given hours of service to clubs, organizations, both in and out of school. Quite often, they are behind the scenes workers who go unnoticed. The Patriot Award is a way to recognize those who make the Nathan Hale community better for all of us. INSTRUCTIONS: Nominations may be made by a student or a staff member. The nominee must be a SENIOR who is actively engaged in community and/or school activities and given his/her time to help the community and/or school without obtaining recognition. This student is an honorable, skillful, thinking citizen. ***Completed forms must be submitted to the Main Office no later than Tuesday, May 22nd.***

    FREE TEEN YOGA is still happening at Two Dog Yoga: through the spring. Located just north of the Lake City Library. All teens are welcome. 4:30-5:15pm every Tuesday. Come a few minutes early and wear comfortable clothes. Yoga mats provided. Relax, Tune In, and Renew….at the end of the school day.

    HALE ACTION PROJECT PRESENTATION NIGHT. Tuesday, May 22rd 2018. Group Assignments and Schedule. Group and room assignments are posted outside the Main Office. Seniors are assigned to either Group A or Group B. Group A will present their Senior Project to panels in the first half of the evening. Group B will present their Senior Project to panels in the second half of the evening.
    Group A Schedule
    5:55 Seniors go to assigned classrooms for Senior Project panel presentations. Seniors must be in their assigned room by 6:00, ready to present.
    6:00 Seniors present their Senior Project to panel. Presentations begin at 6:00. The only people in the room are the presenters and the panelists. Refreshments will be in the Commons after your presentation.
    Group B Schedule
    7:20 Seniors go to assigned classrooms for Senior Project presentations and wait quietly outside of classroom until called in by panel at 7:30.
    7:30 Seniors present their Senior Project to panel. Presentations begin at 7:30. The only people in the room are the presenters and the panelists. Refreshments will be in the Commons before your presentation. All seniors are dressed professionally to present. Job interview attire is appropriate.

    ICHS' MOBILE DENTAL CLINIC WILL BE HERE on Wednesday, May 23rd and is available to all Hale students who need a dentist at no cost to their families. If you haven't been to the dentist in the past year and would like to be seen by the Mobile Dental Clinic, please get a registration packet from the Teen Health Center.

    YOU FOUND YOUR CAREER, HELP HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FIND THEIRS. We are building a non-profit online virtual internship website to guide high school students towards careers in fields they love. It will show them what careers exist, what education is needed to enter into these careers, and give them real world experience on a professional level. This is an area of massive need in our schools, and we need your help! Visit our GoFundMe to learn more and to contribute to the future.

    9TH GRADE STUDENTS WHO PURCHASED A FRESHMAN T-SHIRT. ASB apologizes that Freshman T-Shirts did not come. If you purchased a Freshman T-Shirt, you will instead, receive our Sophomore T-Shirt next year at no cost. If you would prefer a refund, see Denden Lambino.

    NATHAN HALE SWING DANCE. Thursday, May 24th @7pm in the NHHS Commons. No entrance fee. Come early for dance lessons. Listen to great performances by Vocal Jazz and the Jazz Band. There will be delicious food including Banh mi sandwiches and baked goods for a suggested donation.

    THE JAZZ BAND IS PERFORMING AT THE FOLKLIFE FESTIVAL! May 25th. Jazz Band will perform in the Armory from approximately 4 - 5 pm. Come to watch, come to dance.

    SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL GRADES! The Chinese Institute of Engineers/USA - Seattle (CIE/USA – Seattle) 16th annual Asian Pacific American (APA) youth scholarship is open for application. This scholarship is designed to promote APA career interest in the fields of science, engineering, and technology. There are three award categories covering 7th graders to undergraduate college students. The application period has started already and will end on June 23, 2018. All Asian Pacific American youth students are encouraged to go to to apply. More info in the counseling office.

    NATHAN HALE TRACK & FIELD ATHLETES, please turn in your washed gear including uniforms, warm-ups and bag by tomorrow, May 23rd, to avoid fines. Please turn in to Coach Stidham or Coach Rasp.

    DEAR JUNIOR PARENTS, our class breakfast is coming up and we would love to be able to show a slideshow of student baby pictures. If you have some good baby photos of your Juniors please send them to our class president Hannah Griffith at Please send photos before June 1st.

    HELLO NATHAN HALE PARENTS AND GUARDIANS, On the evening of May 22nd Nathan Hale Seniors will present their "Hale Action Project" to a panel of volunteer judges and Nathan Hale staff. The Nathan Hale Community Organization has been asked to provide dinner for these judges who are volunteering their time and expertise to help these Seniors achieve yet another milestone on their march to graduation! Can you help provide food for our 130 judges? Please review the list below and see what you can provide. Volunteers for set-up, serving and clean up would also be greatly appreciated. Food Needed: 15 "pasta dishes" lasagna, manicotti, stuffed shells, spaghetti,... Prefer vegetarian and meat options. Please label as such. Items need to be ready to eat, 10 loaves of bread or rolls (garlic, cheese or plain), 15 salads (any type), Cookies/Brownies/Bars 50 dozen!!!! A cookie and beverage reception for Seniors will be held at the conclusion of the event. Schedule: Set-up begins at 4pm, Food service begins at 5pm, Clean up at 6pm
    * Items need to be dropped off at school between 4pm and 4:30pm on the 22nd (bring to cafeteria). * Cookies, sweet items, and bread could be dropped off anytime in the main office on the 22nd. If you can help with this exciting event, please contact me. Cindy Klein, NHHS Volunteer Coordinator and Parent of 2020 graduate,, 206-851-5077

    Lunch: Today: beef and broccoli over brown rice, Wednesday: chicken corndog with fries,
    Thursday: beef or cheese nachos, Friday: BBQ chicken

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

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