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    Thursday, 5/6: V Baseball vs. Bishop Blanchet at Lower Wood 3:30pm
    V Track vs. Roosevelt at NHHS 2:45pm
    V Boys soccer vs. Lincoln at Jane Addams 4:30pm
    V Girls/Boys basketball at Cleveland 5:45pm/7:15pm
    Friday, 5/7: V Girls/Boys basketball at Lincoln 5:45pm/7:30pm
    Saturday, 5/8: JV Boys basketball at Franklin 9:00am
    Freshman boys basketball at Roosevelt 9:00am
    JV Baseball vs. Seattle Prep at Steve Cox 10:00am
    V Girls wrestling at Chief Sealth 10:00am
    Monday, 5/10: JV Boys basketball vs. Lincoln at Nathan Hale 7:15pm
    JV Baseball vs. Bishop Blanchet at Meadowbrook 3:30pm
    V Baseball vs. Chief Sealth at SWAC 6:30pm
    Tuesday, 5/11: V Boys wrestling vs. TBD at Nathan Hale 6:00pm
    V Softball vs. Seattle Prep at Meadowbrook 4:00pm
    V Tennis at Ingraham 4:00pm
    JV Tennis vs. Ingraham at Meadowbrook 4:00pm
    Thursday, 5/13: V Baseball at Chief Sealth 3:30pm
    JV Baseball vs. Chief Sealth at Meadowbrook 3:30pm
    V Track vs. West Seattle at Nathan Hale 2:45pm
    V Boys soccer at Lakeside 4:00pm
    Friday, 5/14: V Girls/Boys basketball vs. Seattle Prep at Nathan Hale 5:45pm/7:30pm

    CLUBS: All clubs meet during lunch unless otherwise posted. Please contact club advisor listed below for a meeting link.
    Monday: Horticulture Club, Matt Davis;
    Dance Club, Elizabeth Weybright,
    RADD Club, Kristine Witt,
    Mock Trial, Larry Uhlman;, Debo Tolentino;,
    Class of 2024 Class Officers, Erin Lynch,

    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,
    Class of 2023, Larry Uhlman,, Erica Ewell,, and Chris
    Pride Club, Leland Swarts;, Michael Grazewski;

    Wednesday: Native Club, Stacia Hawkinson;
    BSU, Larry Uhlman,
    RPG Club, Tim Arnot;, Kris Typolt,
    National Honor Society at 11:40, Jed Zutz;,
    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
    Mental Health Club, Devora Eisenberg,

    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;,
    Climate Justice Club, Ted Lockery;
    Mock Trial, Larry Uhlman;, Debo Tolentino;,
    Muslim Student Association (MSA), Kristina Volkman;
    Racial Equity Club, Chris Mulder;, Erin Shafkind;

    SENIORS! PLEASE STOP BY THE MAIN OFFICE when you are in the building (before or after school for cohort A & B students) and check the spelling of your name for the Graduation Program and your diploma. An email was sent to your SPS email address on Tuesday, 5/4 with other opportunities seniors have to check the spelling of their name. You may also come to the Main Entry area during Material Distribution and Library Check-out days on Wednesdays from 1-4pm. Contact Ms. Keyes at if you have any questions.

    STUDENTS/GUARDIANS: PLEASE REMEMBER TO PICK UP YOUR ORCA CARDS during school hours. All in-person cohort students are able to pick up their cards in the Attendance/Counseling office on your cohort day. If you are not able to pick up your cards during your cohort day, distribution days are on Wednesdays from 1pm-3pm at the front entrance of the school through the end of the year. All cards left at the end of the year will be returned to the Transportation department at the end of the year. You will need to contact them directly to obtain your card for summer use. The email address is

    NATHAN HALE THEATRE SPRING MUSICAL. What if life were a mixtape? Nathan Hale Theatre presents our musical review “The Night of Your Life: The Mixtape” featuring songs from a wide range of musicals. Celebrate the incredible talents of our Nathan Hale Theatre students in this star-studded production. Come witness the magic of their performances and be inspired, because when you’re with us, you realize we’re not among the stars….we ARE the stars.  Walk with us thru the journey of our lives experiencing all the wonderful changes each phase in life brings: childhood and its wonder and dreams, adolescence and its romance and identity exploration, adulthood and its commitments and path-finding, and old age and its reminiscence and fulfillment. Transitions are part of life. So, join us as we flip the tape over and keep on listening.
    • Tickets and info available on our website (
    • Also, feel free to check out our Instagram @nathan_hale_theatre

    IN LIGHT OF ASIAN AND PACIFIC HERITAGE MONTH, NATHAN HALE'S CAPS (COALITION OF ASIAN AND PACIFIC STUDENTS) are featuring Asian and Pacific Islander students on our Instagram to have a chance to embrace and share our rich culture. Last year we had a number of students share photos or videos teaching and showing aspects of our culture. For example, we had cooking videos, photos of students in their traditional culture clothing, and even TikToks of students simply saying how proud they were to be AAPI. The possibilities are endless. To be featured please follow our Instagram @caps_nhhs and dm us with a photo or video of yourself sharing your AAPI culture! For inspiration, you can scroll down to what students did last year. Contact for any questions.

    YOUNG WOMEN EMPOWERED (Y-WE) VIRTUAL CAREER DAY. Y-WE's annual Career Day allows unique opportunities for girls, young women, and adults to connect with leaders in various professions. This year we'll focus on the empowering career stories of diverse women and pandemic pivots in work and survival. The panels will be live streamed via Young Women Empowered's FB page on May 15, 2021 from 10:30AM-12PM and 1PM-2:30PM PST. This event is free of charge and open to all youth and adults. We hope you will join us for an inspiring day! Click here to RSVP!

    CHECK OUT THE NATHAN HALE THEATRE APRIL NEWSLETTER! Theatre happens here! You’re invited to do it. Yes, YOU!!!

    JOIN THE SEATTLE MARINERS FIELDER TEAM! As a Fielder, individuals will be given the opportunity to work inside the ballpark and interact with our guests. Individuals will also get the chance to showcase their ability to work independently and follow directions. This is a part time seasonal position and is great for those looking to get their foot in the door of the sports industry as well as for those looking to do something fun during the baseball season. Here is a link to the job description. Fielder Team:

    THE BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM IS LOOKING FOR A MANAGER. If you are interested, please meet Coach Brooks at the gym doors at 4:00pm on Tuesday or Wednesday.

    NHHS ALL SPORTS YOUTUBE – NEEDS YOU TO SUBSCRIBE! In support of our students, Darby has set up a YouTube channel where all Hale games can be live streamed. But we need you! We must get to 1,000 subscribers, and it will take all of us to get us there – students, parents, teachers and staff, our coaches + players, grandparents, etc.
    • Click here to one-click subscribe:
    • Share this link! Once the channel hits 1,000 – all Hale sports can be streamed by cell phones and saved for replays and so much more.

    THE WASHINGTON STATE OPPORTUNITY CAREER AND TECHNICAL SCHOLARSHIP is now open! Applications are now being accepted for the 2021 fall CTS cycle! This scholarship supports Washington residents of any age on their path to high-demand, family-wage careers in the trades, STEM and health care. The scholarship funds are flexible and can be used to cover tuition, fees and other costs of attendance such as housing, transportation, food and more. Visit the CTS applicants page on our website to learn more!

    DO YOU WANT TO GO TO SUMMER CAMP? Summer Enrichment Scholarship opportunities are available for students (currently enrolled in grades 6-11). Maximum scholarship awarded will be $500. All camps/programs will be considered, with the exception of those with a religious affiliation. Note that the application deadline has been extended to June 15th! A printable PDF version of the application, a fillable Word version, and a list of some of the many summer camp opportunities in the Seattle area is available through the counseling office,

    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. The next testing dates are in May and June. Contact Ms. Takahashi, to register for the test or if you have questions. You need to be registered at least one week before the testing date.

    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.

    If you are accessing this bulletin through School Messenger or Hale Mail, you may click directly on the links below.
    If you are accessing this bulletin through the Nathan Hale website, you must cut and paste the link into your browser.

    ***QUICK LINKS***
    Nathan Hale HS Remote Learning Schedule:
    NHHS Library
    Earn graduation credit for working: Cindy Jamieson, Career Connected Learning Coordinator
    For information and tickets to music concerts ->
    Nathan Hale Music Boosters:
    For information and tickets to theater productions ->
    Athletics Sign-ups:
    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:
    Nathan Hale Foundation website:
    Seattle Schools website:
    Online Volunteer Application: