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    Friday, May 25, 2018

    Here are today’s announcements:

    It’s Friday! The video is short and sweet. Please play for your Mentorship Classes!
    Video Announcements: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WF775hVGsjs

    Student Athletes who play football, pay attention! You have ONE more day to turn in your Athletic packets to be eligible for Spring and Summer practices. Be the person that can meet a deadline. Thank you! (Lisa Bartel, llbartel@seattleschools.org, End 5/25)

    Help build Roxhill Elementary's new playground and earn community service hours. There will be donuts and coffee! Go to main office for flyer. Services Dates are: May 24th, May 28th, May 30th, and May 31st. Join in the fun! (Jenna Sandoval, jennaesandoval@gmail.com, End 5/31)

    Want to save lives? How about 3? Your opportunity to do so is here! Blood drive sign ups are happening now during first and second lunch to donate on June 5th! Find out more about Bloodworks by the concession stand in the galleria! (Emmy Ngo emmyng787@gmail.com, End 5/30)

    The Alki Masonic Lodge honored Chief Sealth students at their 40th Annual School Awards Night last week. The CSIHS student nominees were: Thu La, Asata Golash, Olivia Palmer, Isabella Ramsell, Asher Didier, Nollen Paltrep, Kai Bretl, Grayson Hoffman, Tony Tran and Chandra Burnham. Congratulations to our Outstanding Scholars! (Nicole Sipila, alipisnic@gmail.com, End 5/25)

    ANY JUNIOR  who has not yet finished their Science State Exam, please come to the computer lab classroom ANY PERIOD, BEFORE SCHOOL, and AFTER SCHOOL to get this test finished.  The test should take about two hours.  See you in the lab! (Lori Douglas, ltdouglas@seattleschools.org, End 5/25)

    On Friday, May 25th during mentorship, The WAVE Foundation with the support of the Neighborcare Health Teen Health Center will be hosting an event in the Little Theater. The WAVE Foundation will lead presentation aimed to empower young people through training in relationship violence education and sexual assault awareness. Their presentation will tackle identifying social norms, gender stereotyping, elements of consent, bystander intervention, resources and more. All students, all genders are welcome!  Sign up in the Teen Health Center. (Haley Brunner, hebrunner@seattleschools.org, End 5/25)

    Attention girls basketball players.  If you are interested in earning service-learning hours by working Hoops4Life summer camps, please meet in the gym after school this Friday. (Colin Slingsby, caslingsby@seattleschools.org, End 5/25)

    Attention All Senior Athletes!  The Hoops4Life College Scholarship Applications are due THIS FRIDAY by the end of the day.  Pick up application materials in the main office and turn them in to Coach P or in the main office. (Colin Slingsby, caslingsby@seattleschools.org, End 5/25)

    Seniors:  Mark your calendar for Senior Awards Night, Wednesday, June 6th in the Auditorium at 7:00pm.  Invite your family and friends to celebrate all the accomplishments and scholarship awards for 2018 Seniors.  See your counselor if you have questions or would like more information. (Skolrud, Breanne N bnskolrud@seattleschools.org, End 5/25)

    Have you noticed the new bins and signs near the waste stations at lunch recently? Chief Sealth has started a new program called School Food Share. We are collecting whole, unopened food you don’t want or can’t eat, and giving it to people in our community who don’t have enough to eat. The way you can help is very simple: At the end of lunch, just put your extra food in the School Food Share bins. The kitchen staff will collect it and put it in the fridge for a local food bank to pick up. You can donate milk, whole fruits and vegetables, and items like unopened applesauce, salads, sandwiches, yogurt, etc. Due to your efforts, Chief Sealth has already collected between 6-70lbs of food per week! Keep up the good work! (Tuller, Andrew R artuller@seattleschools.org, End 5/25)

    Looking for a fun way to race towards the end of the school year, or a new volunteer opportunity? GET IN THE LOOP! Loop the 'Lupe, an obstacle course/5K fun run, needs YOU! The event, held June 2 at Walt Hundley Playfield in West Seattle, has everything from mud pits to climbing walls, and plenty of volunteer spots open, too! Learn more, and register, at www.loopthelupe.com!  Get a 10% discount using the code SEALTH10, Sign up today! (Brian Callanan callanan.seattle@gmail.com, End 5/29)

    Lunch today is BBQ Chicken!!! Yum!

    To submit announcements please e-mail to ssmartin1@seattleschools.org with the word “announcement” in the subject line by 3:30 the day before it needs to be read. For multiple days, please note in the e-mail. Announcements cannot be read for longer than 5 consecutive days. Thanks!

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