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    Friday, January 18, 2019

    Here are today’s announcements: 

    This first video announcements of 2019 are finally here: 
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaZismyNa4w
    Teachers please play the link for your 2nd period classes!

    Here are today’s announcements: 

    Congratulations to the Students of the Month!  See at the luncheon today during 2nd lunch! (Lori Douglas, ltdouglas@seattleschools.org, End 1/18)

    Hey Seahawks! Announcement trivia is back! You another have the chance to win a prize just for listening to the announcements! Correctly answer trivia questions and put your answers in the raffle cart in the ASB office to be entered to win movie tickets!!  the trivia question today is: What was the name of Taylor swifts first album? A. You belong with me B. Taylor swift C. 1989. Submit your answers at lunch! (Dezi Hendrix dezihendrix1@gmail.com, End 1/18)

    There are 7 days left in first semester.  Are you feeling a little shaky about your grades?  Do you need help to improve them? Then come to Saturday Tutorial THIS Saturday to get caught up on your assignments and prepare for your finals.  It starts at 10:00am with snacks provided! Saturday Math Tutorial will be next Saturday on Jan 26th. See you there!  (Aida Fraser-Hammer, aifraserhamm@seattleschools.org, End 1/17)

    Hello Juniors in the IB program! Please turn in your plan and signature forms into Ms. Hays in the IB Office TODAY. Full Diploma students, your papers are orange, Career-Related Program students, your papers are blue. See Ms. Hays if you need another packet. (Allison Hays, akhays@seattleschools.org, End 1/18)

    Spring Athletes?  Is your Sports Physical current?  Did you know you can get your physical right here at the Teen Health Center if you are signed up?  Come see Debbie in the main office if you are not sure about your physical dates.  Your physical must be current to begin practice February 25.  (Debbie Taylor, djtaylor@seattleschools.org, End 1/23)

    Latino Movie night is coming!  You, me, pan dulce, Abuelita chocolate, wrapped up in our tiger cobijas watching movies.  This event is free and everyone is welcome, you don’t have to be Latino to come.  We will provide the snacks and drinks, you bring your own blanket.  Friday January 25 from 4 to 7 PM in the Little Theater. (Mirabella Escobar, maescobar@seattleschools.org, End 1/25)

    SENIORS—It is NEVER too early to turn in your service learning hours forms.  Bring those completed forms that you have been carrying around in your backpack to Ms. Debbie in the main office so your hours can be recorded.  Don’t wait until the last minute. (Debbie Taylor,  djtaylor@seattleschools.org, End 1/18)

    Have you ever thought about being a teacher?  Are you a senior?  Do you need help paying tuition.  Would you like a paid job with Seattle Public Schools and paid tuition while you attend college?  If you answered yes to the questions, please go to the main office for information about the Seattle Public Schools new program especially for students who are thinking about becoming teachers. (Aida Fraser-Hammer, aifraserhamm@seattleschools.org, End 1/18)

    Mark your calendars! The MLK Seattle’s 4th Annual Career & Opportunity Fair is happening Monday, January 21   8:30 – 11:30 am at Garfield High School (400 23rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98122) This event is open to ALL people with and without work experience or barriers to employment - especially young people who need the opportunity to start a career. Register at https://www.seattlemlkcoalition.org/ (Jon Bersche, jon.bersche@seattle.gov, End 1/18)

    Hot cocoa! Study for finals! Get help from your link crew leaders! Freshmen, you are invited to cocoa and cram, a fun new event to help you get ready for the end of the semester! Come to the library at 3:05 on Thursday 1/24 to participate! (Della Floyd dellafloyd24@gmail.com, End 1/24)

    Seniors! Need money for college? The W.S.O.S Scholarship is now open! If you are going to college in the fall and interested in science, technology, engineering , math, and health care then apply to the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship now! To see if you are eligible and to get help on the application stop by room 252R. We have a list of eligible Majors and Institutions for this scholarship so come to 252R! (Brenda Robles, bjrobles@seattleschools.org, End 2/15)

    Lunch today is Spicy Chicken Bites or Beef Teriyaki 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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