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    Wednesday, June 26, 2019

    Here are today’s announcements: 

    Sophomores planning on doing the IB Diploma or Career Programs next year, please turn in all of your paper-work to Ms. Hays in the IB Office by TODAY. Questions? See Ms. Hays (Allison Hays, akhays@seattleschools.org, End 6/26)

    Calling all girl swimmers!  There will be a short team meeting TODAY, June 26th at 2:35pm in the galleria regarding information about summer workouts, fundraising and the season which is fast approaching!  Can’t wait to see you there!  (Captain Lola Taylor, 9lolataylor@gmail.com, End 6/26)

    If you are interested in playing softball in the Fall or Spring for Chief Sealth High School next year.  There will be a meeting TODAY after school in the galleria at 3 pm. Come on by ask questions and meet, Chief Sealth Softball Coach, Coach Alex and some of the players. Hope to see you in the galleria at 3pm today. (Alexis Alicea, alalicea@seattleschools.org, End 6/26)

    Fall Athletes—in order to be cleared for the first day of practice in August, all of your paperwork must be complete and turned in to Mrs. Taylor in the main office August 14 from 9:00-11:30am for football and August 15 from 9:00-11:30am for all other fall sports.  Only those completed packets turned in on these dates will be guaranteed clearance for the first day of practice.  (Debbie Taylor, djtaylor@seattleschools.org, End 6/27)

    Are you signed up for IB Sports Med or interested in taking that class? If so, please see Ms. Duffy in 272 get the summer homework. (Shannon Duffy, shduffy@seattleschools.org, End 6/27)

    If you signed up to take IB Art in the fall, or are thinking about it, please come down to the Art room 264 and pick up a flyer with information on summer work! Don’t miss it!  Ask Ms. A if you have more questions. (Carolyn Autenrieth, cjautenrieth@seattleschools.org, End 6/27)

    A big shout out to the volunteers and players in last Friday’s first ever Key Club Kickball tournament. Great sportsmanship and fun, and you helped raise $60 dollars for the “Thirst Project”. Let’s do it again… see you in the fall. (Carolyn Autenrieth, cjautenrieth@seattleschools.org, End 6/27)

    Need to make up credits?  See your counselor NOW to get signed up for summer online and start September back on track!!! (Lori Douglas, ltdouglas@seattleschools.org, End 6/27)

    Your house key is lonely and looking for you to claim it.  We have 14 lost house keys waiting to be reunited with their owners.  Come to the main office to identify.  (Debbie Taylor, djtaylor@seattleschools.org, End 6/27)

    Would you believe me if I told you could get paid to learn  about other cultures and eat food? Well, BELIEVE It! Southwest Youth and Family Services is hosting a program just in time for summer called “Soul Food For the Soul… Cooking Around the World” It’s on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4- 6 at the Delridge Community Center. If you come, you’ll get paid $120.00 (to cook, eat and learn!) For more info, talk to J’Quai or see a flyer for program contact and sign up info. (J'Quai Holiday, jrholiday@seattleschools.org, End 6/27)

    West Seattle Late Night is hosting a SCHOOLS OUT SUMMER COOKOUT Friday June 28th at High Point Community Center and Saturday June 29th at South Park Community Center. Free food starts at 5PM both evenings and will run until midnight as teams compete for the grand prize in a 3 on 3 basketball and futsal tournament. For more information please see our flyers in the main office.(Becky Horst, rlcooper@seattleschools.org End 6/27)

    Want to see a Broadway Musical for FREE this summer? There is a special matinee performance of West Side Story at The 5th Avenue Theatre. Tickets are FREE to student groups and qualifying families. To learn more and to request tickets, please visit: http://www.risingstarproject.org/student-groups Tickets are limited. Please request as soon as possible to ensure availability. Large groups are welcome! (Mirabella Escobar, maescobar@seattleschools.org, End 6/27)

    Consejo Counseling is hosting a free youth conference on July 20th at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center right down the street. There will be workshops, raffles and Free Tacos. Stop by the main office and ask how you can register. (Shaila Barajas, sbarajas@consejocounseling.org, End 6/27)

    The Seattle Public Library is hosting a Graphic Memoir Workshop Saturday, July 13 from 11:00-12:30pm at the South Park Branch Library. Learn how to bring your story to life from cut paper, collage, and comix artist Mita Mahato at this hands-on workshop. Please RSVP by calling 206-615-1688. (Lupine Miller Lupine.Miller@spl.org, End 6/27)

    Community for Youth is now accepting applications, Community for Youth is an after school program where students receive a one on one mentor during the school year, you can gain personal development and get to go to our over the night camp to meet new people. Our first event will be our summer BBQ in July so apply now. For more information go check out the main office. (Amanda Alvarado, amanda@communityforyouth.org, End 6/27)

    Lunch today is Teriyaki Beef Dippers. 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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