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    Thursday, January 18, 2018

    Here are today’s announcements:

    Seahawks! Remember the end of the semester is only 9 school days away! Finish the semester strong!

    Online students, Wrap up those online classes—your classes are ending!  Please check with your counselor to make sure you are all caught up! (Lori Douglas, ltdouglas@seattleschools.org, End 1/19)

    Hey Sealth! Do you like creative writing? Do you want a place to share your stories or poetry with peers? Then come to creative writing club TODAY right afterschool in Ms. Allison's room 277! See you there! (Natalie Saylors nataliesaylors@gmail.com, End 1/18)

    Sophomores AND Juniors: Want to learn about 3D printing and robotics? Want help getting into college and paying for it?  Then get a head start on your STEM future by joining UW STEMsub today!  Spend 6 weeks at UW learning from real college professors and making your college dreams a reality. Stop by the library during mentorship this Friday to learn more (and have pizza), or pick up an application in the Counseling Office. APPLICATIONS DUE FEBRUARY 9th. (David Wolczyk, dwolczyk@uw.edu, End 1/19)

    Are you interested in joining the African Student Association?  Come to the information session this Friday during mentorship in Mr. Tola classroom (Portable one). All students must have a pass from their mentorship advisor in order not to be mark absent. Please grab your pass Today (Thursday) in order to come on time to the meeting Friday mentorship! (Liya Rubio, lrubio@SEATTLEYMCA.ORG, End 1/18)

    Homework center is available in Sealth Library every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 3:45- 5:15pm and Wednesday in room 269 2:30- 4:30pm. UW students will be joining us! Snacks and bus token will be provided. (Liya Rubio, lrubio@SEATTLEYMCA.ORG, End 1/18)
     
    Looking for a summer job (SYEP) Seattle Youth Employment Program is accepting application now until feb-16, 2018. The Y will be helping students fill out the application on Monday January 23 4-5:30 in the Library.  (Liya Rubio, lrubio@SEATTLEYMCA.ORG, End 1/22)

    Learn the Lindy Hop! Lindy Hop is a African American jazz dance born out of Harlem in the 1930s. If you want to learn how to dance and look cool doing too, join us on next Thursdays from 4-5 in the Little Theatre. (Liya Rubio, lrubio@SEATTLEYMCA.ORG, End 1/23)

    The Class of 2019 is selling Winter Ball Tickets TODAY and TOMORROW. Tickets are $15 w/ ASB $18 w/o. Make sure to come by the ASB office at both lunches to purchase your ticket. Don’t forget if you’re bringing a guest bring in those guest forms ASAP! Buy your ticket before they get SOLD OUT! (Jade Castillo, jadevc@yahoo.com, End 1/19)

    Please come out and support you Seahawks gymnastics team tomorrow at their last home meet.  Its senior night and we really want to pack the house. West Seattle High School at 7 p.m. (Chris Troupe ctroupe27@gmail.com, End 1/19)

    Seniors! Want to have the last word in this year’s yearbook? Senior Profiles are happening! Follow this link to do the online interview: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdt1DCOQ8ls8q6w2IdOkuocZItx4IJWIyEf8yzvGe--hlOHHA/viewform?c=0&w=1Do this ASAP if you want to be included! Submissions close this Friday! (Yearbook Staff, chiefsealthyearbook@gmail.com, End 1/19)

    Do you need service hours? Twelfth Night Productions, a West Seattle community theater group, is in the process of moving its props and costume storage and needs help. Sunday, Jan 21, 10am – 3pm, and Saturday, Jan 27, 10am-3pm there will be work sessions. No particular skills are needed, just a willingness to help move small furniture pieces or costumes. Transportation can be arranged from the school to the storage sites in South Park or Georgetown. Ms Martin and Ms Mersch can give you more details. (Kathy Ayer, kayer@quidnunc.net, End, 1/19)

    The West Seattle Lions Club is looking for volunteers for their Community Crab Fest on Saturday 1/27 from 5pm to 9pm at Sisson Building (2nd Floor) -4217 SW Oregon Street. Volunteers would be serving food, clearing tables, and just helping out.  The Lions Club is asking volunteers to represent and  wear Chief Sealth gear for this event.  If interested, please contact Craig Fleming RiverRights@gmail.com or by phone at (206) 755-8279 (Leti Bravo, lrbravo@seattleschools.org, End 1/19)

    This week’s Financial Aid Raffle winner is Hafsa Ismail!  Hafsa, please come to the counseling office to pick up your gift card.  To enter the raffle please drop off a confirmation sheet from your FAFSA or WASFA to our raffle box in the counseling office.  (Leti Bravo, lrbravo@seattleschools.org, End 1/18)

    Our FINAL Senior College Help Session will be this Friday 1/19 in the library during mentorship for SENIORS needing help with their financial aid & 13th applications. (Leti Bravo, lrbravo@seattleschools.org, End 1/19)

    MESA Math Tutoring available TODAY after school in Ms. Batts’ class (room 265) with a UW tutor! Students in any and all math levels are welcome. This support will be available weekly starting this Thursday. (Katie Batts, kabatts@seattleschools.org, End 1/18)

    ATTENTION! Saturday Math has changed to this weekend! Join us THIS Saturday, January 20th from 10am-12pm in Ms. Batts’ class (room 265). Be there for a breakfast snack and math help before Finals week! (Katie Batts, kabatts@seattleschools.org, End 1/19)

    Hey Seahawks! Do you like school pride? Do you like hoodies and sweatpants? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then pick up a pre-order form for 2017-2018 spirit gear! This year we are offering a sweatshirt along with a pair of sweatpants. Pick a pre-order form up from the ASB office or from a poster around the school. Turn your form in by Jan. 19th during both lunches in the ASB office.  (Lauryn Haywood laurynhaywood2@gmail.com, End 1/19)

    Do you want to win $5000! Then apply for the Seattle Public Library Foundation Stimson Bullitt Civic Courage Scholarship Competition. The competition asks high school seniors to write an essay about civic courage on an issue of importance to the community at great personal, political or professional risk. See the Official Rules for complete details on eligibility and essay requirements. http://foundation.spl.org/what-we-do/scholarship/ for more information. (Ken Gollersrud, Ken.Gollersrud@spl.org, End 1/19)

    Microsoft is hosting a Minority Student Day on Friday February 9th and Chief Sealth has been given 20 slots. Students interested in attending must register on line by Friday January 19th. If you are interested in attending please see Ms. Ernst in the main office for information on how to register. (Christa Ernst, crernst@seattleschools.org, End 1/19)

    Do you enjoy video games? Do you like to play games like League of Legends? Join the Esports Club! We focus on playing video games competitively or non-competitively with others and create team spirit in Chief Sealth! There will be a meeting on Friday at 3:50-4:30. You can bring a laptop if you want to the meeting. (Naliah Leathers, newyorkernerd1@gmail.com, End 1/19)
    The US Youth Ambassadors program that is funded by the US Department of State. This program sends teenagers from the US to either Central or South America to learn about US diplomacy, civic engagement , and how to be a global citizen. Here’s is the application link :https://youthambassadors.worldlearning.org/YA/WL_SiteLogin THE DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JANUARY 26 ! AGAIN, THIS IS A FULLY FUNDED TRIP.   (Marlene Mersch, mcmersch@seattleschools.org, End 1/26)
    Listen up Juniors! The University of Washington College of Engineering is pleased to announce they are accepting applications for the 2018 UW Math Academy.  This is a FREE, four-week, intensive, residential summer math immersion camp. Students engage in coursework created by UW math faculty and designed to develop the skills necessary to meet the high standards of college-level math and engineering. Come by the Main Office and pick up more information.(Lisa Bartel, llbartel@seattleschools.org, End 1/26)
    Hey Sealth, Multicultural night is only one month away (Feb 15th) and we are looking for groups willing to share a little bit of their culture with the Sealth community! Groups can perform, make food, or bring something else that represents them! If you are interested, please email ssmartin1@seattleschools.org (Emmett Medaris, emmettmedaris@gmail.com, End 1/19)

    Lunch today is Baja Fish Tacos. Yum!

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