Skip To ContentSkip To Content

    Tuesday, Sept 17, 2019

    Here are today’s announcements: 

    Freshman! Want to get involved? It’s not too late to run for ASB office! Videos and recommendations due TODAY, Sept 17! (Sarah Martin, ssmartin1@seattleschools.org, End 9/17)

    Students – if you turned in a PURPLE Off Campus Lunch Pass form (which were in the first day student packets), please come to the main school entrance – which is by the main office - at the beginning of lunch to get your off campus sticker. We will be handing these out Tuesday-Friday this week at the beginning of the lunch period. If you do not have a sticker, you cannot leave campus at lunch. Bring your students ID and it will be put on that. (Ms. Fraser-Hammer, aifraserhamm@seattleschools.org, end 9/20)

    Are you interested in law and justice, drama, or debate? Do you like to compete and work with a team? Chief Sealth’s Mock Trial team has competed at state for the past two years, and we’re looking for students interested in playing both attorneys and witnesses for this year’s season. Come work with real criminal defense attorneys as we tackle this year’s case on identity theft. Interest meetings will be on Wednesday 9/18 and Thursday 9/19 after school in Ms. Neil’s room 262. (Rebecca Neil, rlneil@seattleschools.org, End 9/18)

    If you did not pick-up your Student ID Card after you had your picture taken, please stop by the main office BEFORE School, AFTER School or at LUNCH to get your ID. It’s waiting for you there! If you didn’t get your photo taken on Sept 6th, you next opportunity to get an ID card will be on make-up day, Oct 25. (Donna Veenhuizen, dmveenhuizen@seattleschools.org, End 9/19)

    Attention all Juniors doing the IB Diploma Program. Please come to a mandatory meeting this Thursday during travel mentorship in room 260. We will be going over important program information. (Allison Hays, akhays@seattleschools.org, End 9/19)

    MESA Builders / Robotics club will have an informational meeting after school this Thursday in Ms. Batts class (room 265). All are welcome and snacks are provided! Check it out! (Katie Batts, kabatts@seattleschools.org, End 9/19 )

    Are you interested in making sure you have a voice at Chief Sealth? Join the Chief Sealth Black Student Union! The Chief Sealth Black Student Union will be having a meeting September 19, 2019 during Mentorship in Mr. Golash’s class: Room 235. Their mission is to make sure people of color have a community of support, and a place to feel welcomed to speak their mind. For more information please contact Camaree McGhee, Alejah Bousley, or any other BSU officer. (Camaree Mcghee camareemcghee3@icloud.com, End 9/19)

    Girls basketball meeting during Mentorship on 9-19-19 in room 143. We are playing in a Fall League that starts soon. Contact Mario Martinez if you have any questions. (Mario Martinez, mmmartinez@seattleschools.org, End 9/19)

    Hawks! Get your Sealth gear now! This is the LAST WEEK that we’ll be selling shirts every day, so stop by and buy yours today. We sold out of our limited edition shirts last year, so don’t delay and get yours today! (CSI Activities, csihsactivities@gmail.com, End 9/20)

    Interested in potential scholarship money? If so, the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring their annual Voices of Democracy essay competition. Each year nearly 40,000 high school students compete for more than $2 million in scholarships and incentives. The theme of this year’s essay is “What Makes America Great.” For more information, see Mr. MacDonald in room 271 for an entry form. (James MacDonald, jemacdonald@seattleschools.org, End 9/23)

    Are you interested in learning about VR (Virtual Reality)? Be part of a team to help to test and give recommendations on a UW VR project on Teen Stress called Project RESeT Relaxation Environ¬ment for Stress in Teens happening at the High Point on Mondays September 30 and October 14, 4:30-5:30 pm. Contact ken.gollersrud@spl.org or call 206-684-7454 to learn more. (Ken Gollersrud, Ken.Gollersrud@spl.org, End 9/30)

    Lunch today is Chicken and Waffles! Yum!

    To submit announcements please e-mail to ssmartin1@seattleschools.org with the word “announcement” in the subject line by 4:30 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!


    close carousel
    close carousel
    close carousel