Daily Bulletin

Friday, March 24, 2017 

Here are today’s announcements:

Friday is: Spirit Day Friday (2-4-6 day)

Class colors! Tutus, capes, face paint, Sealth gear
Class Colors – 9th Graders Black, 10th Blue, 11th White, 12th Red, Staff All the School Colors!

Hey Seahawks! Today is the last day to buy tickets for the dance tonight! This dance is at Axis Pioneer Square and you won’t want to miss it! Remember: We're ONLY selling during first and second lunch. NO TICKETS SOLD AT THE DOOR! Tickets are $23 with ASB and $25 without. Do not delay! (Janice Ton janicegton@gmail.com, End 3/24)  

Service Learning Hours are due March 31st! That’s right! You have one week to get them turned in. Seniors if you have any last minute career or college questions see your counselor ASAP! Deadlines have passed don’t miss out because you didn’t get help. (Terra McFarlin, tjmcfarlin@seattleschools.org, End 3/31) 

Looking for something to do over the spring break?  Why not learn how to save a life?  Develop your leadership skills and learn life saving techniques with YMCA Lifeguarding. The course offers up-to-date lifeguard training that focuses on anticipating and preventing problems before they occur and taking action to help those in danger when necessary. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be certified in YMCA lifeguard CPR, AED and First Aid.  Visit the YMCA website before March 27th for the application or pick up a flyer in the main office. (Aida Fraser-Hammer, aifraserhamm@seattleschools.org, End 3/27)  
Seniors! Only 57% of our seniors have completed their financial aid applications. Help us reach our goal of 70% and  win a movie or Starbucks gift card!  Lucky seniors that have completed their Financial Aid applications can enter the raffle.  How can you enter the raffle? Complete FAFSA or WASFA application & drop off your confirmation page in our raffle box located in the counseling office.
Entries must be received by March 31st.  Raffle winners will be announced the week of April 3rd! (Leti Bravo, lrbravo@seattleschools.org, End 3/31)  

Seattle Youth & Garden Works needs students ages 16 – 21 to work as crew members for their spring 2017 program.  Spring crew members will work as part of a cohort of young farmers on an urban farm at the University of Washington Center for Urban Horticulture in the U-District.  Students work every Thursday afternoon starting April 20th and ending June 8th.  Crew members also earn a stipend of $300 and applications are due in no later than April 3rd.  For applications and more information see the counseling office. (Kelly Dugar, kldugar@seattleschools.org, 3/31) 

Interested in a career in the medical/public health fields?  The INSIGHT summer research program at Harborview has an intensive 4-week summer program designed to introduce high school students in grades 10 – 12 to medical and public health campaign design and delivery in a variety of ways.  The program emphasizes social justice and highlights health disparities.  The program runs from July 10th – August 4th and applications are due April 17th.  Applications and more information can be found at http://depts.washington.edu/hiprc/education/insight or see the counseling office. (Kelly Dugar, kldugar@seattleschools.org, 3/31)
Are you an aspiring rapper or producer?  Are you looking for an opportunity  to learn more and work with some serious Hip Hop heads?  206 Zulu, the Seattle Chapter of the Universal Zulu Nation, presents Beats to the Rhyme: A Hip Hop Music Production Program.  This is a 12 week after school program to help you up your game.  Applications are due April 2nd.  Follow this link: https://tinyurl.com/z58a2r9 or speak with Mr. Golash for more info. (Ian Golash, ipgolash@seattleschools.org, End 4/2) 
Hey everybody! Do you have questions about the LGBT+ community? The GSA is doing a Q and A video, and would love to answer your questions! Just stop by the main office to put any inquiries in the box. (GSA Chief Sealth, csihsgsa17@gmail.com, End 3/24)
Saturday Spanish and Math Help!  Join us for help with Math and/or Spanish this Saturday, March 25th. Saturday Help is from 10 am – 12 pm. Math in room 265 and Spanish in 161. Hope to see you there! (Katie Batts, kabatts@seattleschools.org, End 3/24)

2nd ANNUAL IB ART EXHIBITION  TUESDAY MARCH 28TH in the LIBRARY! Seniors are showcasing their artwork for you, as part of their IB exam Portfolio. Come see the wonderful artwork they have been working on and talk with the artists! Learn about the IB Art program if you think you are interested! The library will be open for this exhibition all day. Teachers, you are encouraged to bring your classes!  Questions? See Ms Autenrieth 264 (Carolyn Autenrieth, cjautenrieth@seattleschools.org, End 3/28) 

The Chief Sealth International High School community is invited to “Discover Your Community”:  Resource Event at High Point Community Center 6920 34th Ave SW 98126 this Saturday March 25, 12-4 pm.  Presentations will be given on “Democracy Vouchers” by Seattle Ethics & Elections Commission and “Know Your Rights” by Seattle Office of Civil Rights. Many City of Seattle Agencies will have tables of information and local community serving agencies will be present.  The Seattle Public Library will be present to check out Hot Spots for Free Internet Access for qualifying Seattle Housing Authority households.  All are welcome, come and bring your families!  There will be food. (Ken Gollersrud Ken.Gollersrud@spl.org, End 3/24) 

Lunch today is Chef’s Choice. Yum!

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