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    Wednesday, May 22, 2019

    Here are today’s announcements: 

    Hey Seahawks! Our last student council meeting of the year is this Thursday, May 23rd during travel mentorship in the little theater. Come hang out and talk about what student council should be at our school and how we can involve more students in student government. All are welcome! The election results will also be confirmed at the student council meeting this Thursday, so candidate should also come. Thanks! (Sarah Martin,, End 5/23)

    Students, if your ordered your Cap and Gown from Mr. Patterson or Ms. Gillio-Tenan you can pick those up before school or during both lunches from the Bookroom, Room 207. (Jeff Patterson,, End 5/24)

    Attention seniors:  if you’ve participated in athletics at Sealth you can apply for the Hoops4Life $1,000 college scholarship.  Applications are due May 25th and can be completed on the Hoops4Life website (Colin Slingsby,, End 5/24) 

    Seniors! Are you getting excited about Prom? Senior Prom: Cloud Nineteen is happening Friday, June 7:  8pm – 11pm at the Olympic Sculpture Park. Tickets will be $40 with ASB and $45 without.  Prom Tickets will ONLY be on sale TODAY – May 31st during Sealth lunches outside the ASB office. Guest forms for Prom are the same as they are for any dance are available out the ASB office or on the Sealth website. Get started on these NOW as they are due when you buy your tickets! (Sarah Martin,, End 5/22) 

    The Math SBA begins Wednesday.  See your math teacher to see if you are testing!  Running Start students, check to see if you are testing.  The Library will be closed from Wednesday through next Friday for these required tests. (Lori Douglas,, End 5/24)

    Hey Everybody! Follow the Chief Sealth Yearbook page on Instagram @chiefsealthyearbook where you can submit pictures early for next year, be up to date about the yearbook, give us ideas to make the yearbook better, AND win prizes for following and sharing the page. (Hassan Weliyo,, End 5/24)
    Attention Seniors: There are still a few students that still need to turn in their Service Learning Hour forms and High School and Beyond Plans to meet their high school graduation requirements. See your school counselor to make sure you have all of your requirements met. (Daniel Rosen,, End 5/24)

    Current 11th graders interested in a Three-Day Tech Challenge happening July 30-August 1 sponsored by Deloitte/Scholastic may apply by May 24, 2019.  Informational fliers are in the main office.  Apply online through  This event is limited to 30 students per city and the top team members win $250 each.  (Debbie Taylor, End 5/24)

    Seniors – this is for you!  If you will be attending any college this coming fall, you must submit your final high school transcript.  In order to do this, bring an addressed, stamped envelope to the main office.  If you do not know what this is, stop by the main office, or check out the senior web page, for an example. The deadline to turn this in is June 20th. (Donna Veenhuizen,, End 5/24)

    Attention 10th and 11th graders Interested in Science Technology Engineering and Math! The University of Washington STEMsub/Math Science Upward Bound College Prep Program still has spaces for the Summer Program at UW.  The Deadline is Friday, May 24th.  Please go to the Counseling Office for applications and more information. (Huy Hoang, End 5/24)

    The Seattle Times Education Lab just launched the 2019 round of applications for our Student Voices program, that gives students the chance to get published in The Seattle Times. We’re looking for students from around the state to share their experiences in Washington’s public school system and tell us how they would change it. Applications are open until Friday, May 24. You can learn more and find the application here: (Mohammed Kloub,, End 5/24)

    The Museum of History & Industry is now accepting applications for our 2019-20 MOHAI Youth Advisors (MYA) program! Youth Advisors make the museum more welcoming for their peers by finding fun and creative ways to connect teens with MOHAI. MYA offers PAID positions for a ten-month commitment (September-June), with twelve spots available in our 2019-20 MYA group. Students can find out more information and apply through the website at (Emily Turner,, End 5/24)

    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 Environment for Stress in Teens and other engaging topics.  Sessions to be held Thursdays May 23, May 30 and June 6 from 4:30 to 5:30 at the High Point Library 3411 SW Raymond St 98126.  Contact  or call 206-684-7454 to learn more.  (Ken Gollersrud,, End 5/28)

    From the people that brought you MESA Builders’ Club with Ms. Batts…this summer…one week…one instructor…one field trip to government science labs…all fun! Seattle MESA presents Earth and Environmental  Science STEM Camp, July 29th-August 2nd. For more information, ask your math and science teachers, or visit Ms. Batts in room 265. (Katie Batts,, End 5/31).

    Lunch today is Chicken and Waffles. Yum!

    To submit announcements please e-mail to 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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