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    Friday, October 20, 2017 

    Here are today’s announcements:

    Homecoming Week is here! Today is Class Colors – (9th Graders Black, 10th Blue, 11th White, 12th Red, Staff All the School Colors!). Stop by the ASB office at lunch to get your spirit points and your chance at an amazing raffle prize! Also, if you applied for homecoming court, you were required to participate in the spirit days! Remember to stop by the ASB office every day during lunch to prove it!

    Do you want an opportunity to throw a pie at Mr. Fischburg, Mr. Sallee, Ms. Whited, Mr. Glover, Ms. Shepard, Ms. Parker? Going to the homecoming game? Help out the China exchange program and buy a ticket for $2 at lunch.  Bring the tickets to the game to throw your the pies. Tickets will be on sale at lunch today and at the game.  See you there. (Jason Glover, jaglover@seattleschools.org End 10/20)

    Homecoming is TODAY! Today during lunch is your LAST CHANCE to get a ticket. Guest Forms will not be accepted TODAY. Hope to see you there! (Miya Spry miya.spry@gmail.com, End 10/20)

    Freshmen! Let’s finish a great homecoming week with the 6th annual Freshmen tailgate in the courtyard outside the galleria THIS FRIDAY, October 20th. Come right after school for free food, fun, face painting, and more. Can’t wait to see you there! (Luke Azinger, ljazinger@seattleschools.org, End 10/20) 

    Students! Your LAST chance this year to take a professional portrait and appear in the yearbook is NEXT Tuesday, Oct 24th. Lifetouch will only be here from 8:45 – 11am. Students who want/need a photo taken NEED to get an appointment and pass out of class BEFORE Tuesday the 24th.  Stop by the MAIN OFFICE or ASB OFFICE at lunch to get an appointment and pass. Thanks! (Sarah Martin, ssmartin1@seattleschools.org, End 10/24)

    Seattle University will be on campus TOMORROW, Friday the 20th in the galleria during first lunch. Find out more about the largest independent university in the Northwest. Don’t miss these great visits! (Erin Dolan, emdolan@seattleschools.org, End 10/20) 

    Hey Seahawks! Winter Sports are almost here! Basketball … Boys Swimming… Wrestling…and Gymnastics. Come pick up your paperwork in the Main Office and make sure you have a current Sports Physical. Did you know Sports Physicals are offered for free at the Teen Health Center? Last day to turn in Athletic paperwork is October 26th. That’s NEXT week! (Lisa Bartel, llbartel@seattleschools.org, End 10/20)

    Local Nature Clean Up! Service Hours to be had! When: Saturday, Oct 21st, 2017.  Location: Stairs leading up from 22nd and Henderson. Clothing required: Closed toed shoes, heavy pants, raincoat/pants for the weather, and gloves. 6 Possible Service Hours to be Earned. Contact Ms. Dominguez for more info or to sign up. (Sara Dominguez, srframe1@seattleschools.org, End 10/20)

    Gentle reminder that this Saturday, October 21st , Seattle MESA will be having its first Saturday Academy session at the University of Washington, from 10am-4pm. If you have any forms, please bring them with you on Saturday. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please visit Ms. Batts in room 265. (Katie Batts, kabatts@seattleschools.org, End 10/20)

    Are you short on Community Service Hours? Join us this Friday after school preparing for the Northwest Teaching for Social Justice Conference or join us Saturday at the conference. We need volunteers all day or for parts of the day. Talk to Mr. Fischburg if you have any questions. (Paul Fischburg, prfischburg@seattleschools.org, End 10/20) 

    Students interested in the CIEE Navigator Scholarship to study overseas should attend an application meeting on FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 27, in the LIBRARY with Andee Skojonsberg. This is the time to fill out your application, apply for the scholarship to study overseas and ask any other questions to Andee. Application EARLY BIRD deadline is Nov. 1 (to enter the raffle for free airfare!) or Dec. 1 for best opportunity to get your first choice location! Further questions? See Sra. Mersch (Marlene Mersch, mcmersch@seattleschools.org, End 10/27)

    Want to help kids and earn service hours? West Seattle Elementary is looking for responsible high school students to assist with morning tutoring and after school programs and clubs. If you are interested in this opportunity to help others, please  come to the Main Office and fill out an application. (Lisa Bartel, llbartel@seattleschools.org, End 10/20)

    LIT Academy at West Seattle Elementary is looking for volunteer tutors and mentors to help young students succeed in school and life. LIT Academy meets after school Monday through Thursday, with volunteers needed to help with homework from 4:15 to 5:15 pm. For more information, go to the Volunteer page at litacademy.wordpress.com and turn in an application this week to start volunteering this quarter. (WSE LIT Academy, litacademywse@gmail.com, End 10/20) 

    Interested in Photography? The Youth in Focus Winter Quarter photography classes start in January! Youth 13 - 19 years old can find the application online: http://www.youthinfocus.org/what-we-do/ and submit it at any time, the sooner the better! Don't forget: once youth complete the quarter, they can earn Service Learning Hours, too! (Ashley Mouldon ashleym@youthinfocus.org, End 10/20) 

    Do you like to make things? Seattle Public Library presents Mobile Maker Space this Saturday, October 21 1pm-5pm at the South Park Community Center 8319 8th Ave S Its Free!  All ages! Food included! Join us for a series of workshops where you can design a simple 3D object, bring your broken phone charger or headphones and learn how to fix them and build a circuit with simple snap on elements. So cool! (Lupine Miller, Lupine.Miller@spl.org , End 10/20)

    If you are 16 years of age and applying for The Seattle Public Library Student Assistant Program here is your reminder that applications are due by Oct 31, 5 p.m.  http://www.spl.org/about-the-library/library-careers/library-jobs for more information or email ken.gollersrud@spl.org for questions. (Ken Gollersrud, Ken.Gollersrud@spl.org, End 10/30) 

    Mark your calendar for Sunday, October 29th! UNCF presents this year’s College Fair featuring historically Black Colleges and Universities. The event will be held at Garfield High School from 12:30 -4’o clock PM. There will be speakers, resource organizations and many others in attendance. Come by the main office for registration information. (Lisa Bartel, llbartel@seattleschools.org, End 10/27) 
     
    Lunch today is Fish and Chips! Yum!

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