Daily Bulletin

Friday, May 26, 2017 

Here are today’s announcements:

It’s Friday! It’s Video Announcements! You know what to do! (But if you don’t know… play this link for your 3rd period class):

Have a restful Memorial Day weekend. No school on Monday to honor the memory of everyone who has died serving in the American armed forces. (http://time.com/3892630/why-do-we-celebrate-memorial-day/) 
EOC Tests are NEXT Week!  Are you taking these?  Ask any teacher or check Mrs. Douglas’s door to see if YOU are on the list.  Testing is in the auditorium.  Bring pencils and a calculator.  DO NOT bring your backpack or phones.  Neither are allowed in the testing room!  (Lori Douglas, ltdouglas@seattleschools.org, End 5/26) 
Seniors, Your online class MUST be finished by next Wednesday, May 31, for June graduation.  Don’t forget you can work before school Tuesday, at both Mentorships, or after school on Thursday.  Wrap these up now! (Lori Douglas, ltdouglas@seattleschools.org, End 5/26)

Need to make up a class this summer?  See your counselor now to get signed up for online summer classes.  Each class is $150 with an incentive if you need more than one class.  Summer classes begin Wednesday 6/28.  Sign up now! (Lori Douglas, ltdouglas@seattleschools.org, End 6/2)

Are you looking to expand your rapping and/or production skills? The Residency, sponsored by the Macklemore and Ryan Lewis Foundation is a program for aspiring hip hop artists ages 16-19 will select 45 youth to participate and build skills in song writing, production, recording and performance. There is a summer intensive that runs 3.5 weeks and then we keep the youth connected and engaged with performance opportunities, cool experiences, and workshops throughout the year. The program is free, transportation and food included, and each student receives a $500 stipend upon completion of the summer intensive. If interested, see Mr. Golash or apply at mopop.org (search for The Residency)  https://www.mopop.org/programs/programs/the-residency/ (Ian Golash, ipgolash@seattleschools.org, End 6/1) 

Blacks in Government (BIG) will be awarding two deserving seniors with scholarship awards valued at $1000 each.  Students will be judged by their academic achievements and outstanding community service.  All applicants must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher, demonstrated involvement in community service and provide evidence of being in college in fall of 2017.  Applications are due no later than June 2nd.  For more information and an application see the counseling office. (Kelly Dugar, kldugar@seattleschools.org, End 6/2)

Graduating Seniors....Friends of Sealth is pleased to announce that they will be awarding a total of $3,000 in scholarships to qualifying Chief Sealth seniors this spring.  The categories of award are academic, athletic and performing arts.  If you contributed to the Chief Sealth community while playing a sport, applying yourself academically or participating in one of the performing arts groups during your career at Chief Sealth this scholarship applies to you!  Applications are available now in the main, counseling and Trio offices.  Application deadline is Thursday, June 1. (Debbie Taylor, djtaylor@seattleschools.org end 6/1).
Teens! Practice your interviewing skills in a safe environment.  First interview coming up or in the future, join us in a fun, interactive workshop for all teens. Tuesday May 30, 6:00-7:30 pm High Point Library, 3411 SW Raymond St, 98126 (Ken Gollersrud Ken.Gollersrud@spl.org, End 5/30) 

Seniors – are you looking to start your career? Dal-Tile is looking for paid graduate interns. Learn customer service, inventory, how to use a forklift and more.  Check out the job description and apply online: http://mohawkindustries.jobs/seattle-wa/csrwarehouse-ii-ssc/6583423971D24166870AA14F0B735AF5/job/#.WSTTf6OCWQI.email (Terra McFarlin, tjmcfarlin@seattleschools.org, End 5/30)

Hey National Honor Society seniors! Turn in your hours to any officer by June 2nd to ensure that you get a cord for graduation! This is a hard deadline, TURN THEM IN! (Liana Vannouvong lvannouvong@gmail.com, End 6/2) 
Attention seniors, if you have participated in athletics, you are eligible to apply for the $1,000 Hoops4Life College Scholarship. Applications can be found in front of Coach P’s office in the galleria, and are due on or before Friday June 2nd. (Colin Slingsby, caslingsby@seattleschools.org, End 6/2) 
Anyone interested in playing football for CSIHS next year, please plan on attending a organizational meeting on Tuesday, May 30th. The meeting will be held in the little theater. From 4 – 5pm. First practice will be June 1st. You must have a current physical and athletic packet to be eligible. See Coach Rushin, Coach P or Coach Carr with any questions. (Reggie Rushin, rdrushin@seattleschools.org, End 5/30)
Attention spring athletes! The Spring Sports Banquet is next Wednesday May 31st 6PM in the Galleria. Bring your families! See you there! Thanks! (Coach P, edpolicarpio@seattleschools.org, End 5/31)
There is a 13th Year representative available in the TRiO office to assist students in the next steps with the 13th Year Scholarship. The hours for assistance is every Thursdays from 12:30pm to 1:30pm. A reminder for all 13th Year students to check your emails regularly because 13th Year is sending important updates on the upcoming events. (Azeb Hagos, ahagos241@southseattle.edu, Only read on Thursdays - End 6/15) 
Lunch today is Chef’s Choice. 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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