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    Happy Thanksgiving!

    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

    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;

    NATHAN HALE THEATRE PRESENTS “LAUGHING OUT LIFE”, our student-created Fall Play! This production is entirely written, performed, and edited by students. Invite your roommates and family into the living room to laugh, sit on the edge of their seats, pop some corn, and see if you can figure out whodunnit! Tickets are on sale NOW at Ticket sales end on Dec 18th. After you purchase your tickets, and after we finish editing together the final product in the next couple weeks, you will get an e-mail with a link to the show so that you can watch it whenever you wish. #onlinetheatre #acting #laughingoutlife

    ALSO, CHECK OUT THE NATHAN HALE THEATRE DECEMBER NEWSLETTER! Opportunities abound here for interested students!

    WASHINGTON STATE OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIPS. Applications for the Baccalaureate Scholarship are opening soon! The Career and Technical Scholarship (CTS) offers $1,500 per quarter for Scholars pursuing a certificate, apprenticeship or associate degree in a high-demand trade, STEM or health care field. The Rural Jobs Initiative (RJI) provides an additional $2,000 in the first quarter, $1,000 in the second quarter and $500 per quarter for the remainder of the program for eligible rural CTS applicants. CTS Fall 2021 application period - April 14, 2021 to June 4, 2021. The Baccalaureate Scholarship (BaS) offers up to $22,500 for Scholars pursuing a bachelor’s degree in a high-demand STEM or health care field. BaS 2021-22 application period - December 7, 2020 to February 11, 2021.

    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 December 5, 2020. You need to be registered to take the test.

    THE SEATTLE PUBLIC LIBRARY HAS FREE ONE-TO-ONE VIRTUAL TUTORING FOR STUDENTS FROM KINDERGARTEN TO 12TH GRADE. Students access FREE 1-1 live academic tutoring with their library card/pin or Library Link number and pin by visiting In addition to academic support, the library also offers free college application/essay writing and scholarship application/essay writing help. Students can connect with expert writing coaches to help with essay creation and editing. There is also test prep, tutoring and AP class support.
    • Tutors are trained to support English language learners.
    • Stop students from falling behind in basic-advanced math and science-Do students need to review a key concept or did they miss a few questions on their quiz? They can be connected to a math expert.
    • Do you have students who are missing assignments and need to get organized? Trained life coaches will support them in getting organized and give them tools to track their assignments and projects.

    REMINDER TO SENIORS: Scholarship lists can be found on Hale’s scholarship web page and through Naviance. Log onto your Naviance account and click on the Scholarship tab.

    SUMMER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY ~ Teens in Public Service will once again be coordinating virtual summer internships for teens. Students must submit an application and two letters of recommendation. The deadline is March 5, 2021. From their website: Teens in Public Service (TIPS) is dedicated to producing future leaders committed to their communities by connecting teens with life-changing opportunities and internships at nonprofit organizations. Through our Summer Internship Program, TIPS provides paid summer internships for enrolled, high school youth at local nonprofit organizations. These internships offer teens practical work experience, an understanding of ethical leadership, and a venue to put their values into action; and, our nonprofits gain additional staff during the summer months at no cost to their organizations.

    THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON IS EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE NEW SCHOOL-YEAR ENRICHMENT COURSES for high school students. Classes offered in the winter session starting in January include:
    > Coding in Java II
    > Algorithmic Thinking: Programming Fundamentals
    > Writers Workshop
    The registration deadline is December 28 and courses begin January 5, 2021 running twice weekly in the evenings over 10 weeks. For details visit us at: website

    SENIOR PHOTOS: New deadline is January 4th.
    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:

    YEARBOOK PORTRAITS: Deadline extended until 1/4/2021. All 9th, 10th, and 11th graders will take and submit their own yearbook portraits this year! Our video tutorial walks you carefully through each step of the process. Alternatively, the same instructions are also available in the form of an infographic. Video tutorial: Nathan Hale Yearbook Portrait Tutorial (2020-2021) Infographic: How to Submit Your Own Yearbook Portrait. (Seniors have a unique set of instructions for submitting senior portraits. CLICK HERE to view them.) Contact the Nathan Hale yearbook team if you have any questions.
    Email: Instagram: @nhhs_yearbook2020

    IN STOCK RAIDER GEAR HOLIDAY SALE! Get your Order online in by Tuesday, December 15th. Raider Gear has great gift options for your favorite Raider – including personalized sport duffel bags (personalized items must be ordered by 12/3/20), cozy flannel PJ pants, pom pom beanies, soccer style scarves, cozy blankets and Hale favorites! All Raider Gear stock available as well, including sale and clearance items! Order online through Tuesday, December 15th for delivery/availability before Winter Break. Orders are filled every Wednesday. When orders are ready for pick up you will receive an email to set up pick up or delivery day and time. All proceeds benefit Nathan Hale Sports Boosters. Questions:

    CAPTAINS ARE HOSTING XC PRACTICES Tuesday and Friday from 7:30 – 8:30 and Wednesday from 3:00 – 4:30. XC is 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 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: