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    Friday, October 19, 2018

    Here are today’s announcements: 


    Drama club members! Club days and times are during Mentorship and Friday from 3:55- 5:00. See you then! -Ms. Gentle and Mr. Mic (Gentle McGaughey, gitassione@seattleschools.org, End 10/18)

    Hey Seahawks! Need service hours? Then come sign up for compost service in the ASB office where you’ll spend 16 minutes of your lunch making sure people compost recycle and throw away their garbage in the right place! Sign up by next Friday (10/26) Remember you need those service hours! (Devyn Simpson, dasimpson16@gmail.com, End 10/25)

    ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS…..Food deliveries are NOT allowed on campus, during school hours. Thanks! (Donna Veenhuizen,  dmveenhuizen@seattleschools.org, End 10/19)

    Hey Seahawks! Did you miss out on buying a Sealth shirt in your size? Well, good news! We are now selling red and black Sealth long-sleeves until October 31st. They are only $12 and the preorder forms are in the ASB office and on posters around the school. You can also order them on the School Pay website! https://www.schoolpay.com/link/2019RedShirt or https://www.schoolpay.com/link/2020BlackShirt Order yours today! (Janice Ton janicegton@gmail.com, End 10/31)

    Do you like FREE things?  And you still haven’t done your F/R lunch form?  Get a form and DO THIS!  TODAY!  REALLY!  Last chance! (Lori Douglas, ltdouglas@seattleschools.org, End 10/19)

    Seahawks, did you know that there are tutors in the Learning Lab in Room 223 all day, every day to provide extra help on classwork and homework. Teachers and students: please stop by and introduce yourselves so they can start working with you. (Serena Swegle scswegle@gmail.com, End 10/19)

    On Saturday, November 10th the Black Panther Party of Seattle will host the first Youth Empowerment Summit (Y.E.S.) at Rainier Beach High School. Wanna get involved? You can give the summit organizers feedback by taking this quick online survey. Also, save the date, as all youth are invited to attend this summit for free! Join the Y.E.S. for a day of political education, community organizing, and relationship building. (Nikkita Oliver konikkita@gmail.com, End 10/19)

    Juniors and Seniors, do you speak a language other than English? Do you have a home language to want to honor and get recognized credits and perhaps a Seal of Biliteracy in your High School Diploma? Take the Biliteracy Exam! You can enroll now in room 253,  Mr. Lopez Chaves’ classroom. (Pedro Lopez-Chaves, plchaves@seattleschools.org, End 10/19)

    Hey Seahawk!. Did you know that we have suggestion boxes? Students, staff, and parents if you have any ideas like events, music, or clubs that you would like to share get them to our suggestion boxes in the main office and the ASB room. (Devyn Simpson dasimpson16@outlook.com, End 10/19)

    Saturday Math is this weekend! We are about half-way through the quarter, so join us on October 20th from 10am-12pm in Ms. Batts class (room 265). Be there for a breakfast snack and math help! (Katie Batts, kabatts@seattleschools.org, End 10/19)

    Seattle Public Library is hosting “Piloting the Category Five Hurricane:  What pulls you through tough times?” A Free, Drop in Poetry Writing Workshops for Teens, taught by Ann Teplick, a Seattle poet, playwright, prose writer, and teaching artist Workshops are Sunday October 21: 2-4 p.m. at the High Point Library, Sunday October 28: 2-4 p.m. at the Delridge Library, 5423 Delridge Way SW.  The celebration reading is: Sunday November 4: 1:30-3:30 p.m. at the High Point Library.  (Ken Gollesrud, ken.gollersrud@spl.org, End 10/19)

    Students 16 and older by Oct 31, apply to work at The Seattle Public Library through the Student Assistant Program.   Apply online at https://www.spl.org/about-us/library-careers  through Oct 31, 5 pm   Have questions?  Great!  Questions are our business at The Seattle Public Library! Call the High Point Library 206-684-7454 or email  ken.gollersrud@spl.org or come into any Seattle Public Library and talk to a staff person about the Student Assistant Program. (Ken Gollersrud Ken.Gollersrud@spl.org, End 10/31)

    The annual lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBT) Families Dinner will be held Thursday, November 8th from 6-8pm at Meany Middle School.  Members of the school board will be there to welcome LGBTQ families and their friends.  All SPS students, families and staff are welcome to attend!  This this donation-funded event is brought to you by the Health Education Office.  Dinner and entertainment will be provided.  To reserve space at this popular event, please RSVP with the number of people in your party to Brennon Ham at brham@seattleschools.org or 206-743-3564. (Lisa Love, LLove@seattleschools.org, End 11/2)

    Lunch today is Beef and Broccoli over Brown Rice. Yum!


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