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    Monday, November 19, 2018

    Here are today’s announcements: 

    Pre-ordered Sealth long-sleeved shirts were delivered to Mentorships or 1st period classes. If you didn’t get yours, it’s waiting for you in the main office. (Sarah Martin, ssmartin1@seattleschools.org, End 11/19)

    Sealth PJ pants are here! They are warm! They are cozy! They have pockets! They are only $25! Buy yours before the Thanksgiving Break and get a free sticker too! (Sarah Martin, ssmartin1@seattleschools.org, End 11/21)

    Hey Seahawks! Do you and your sibling want to be recognized in this year’s yearbook? If so contact Anthony Waiters at anthonywaiters0612@gmail.com or Justina Wagner at Justinawagner4455@gmail.com with pictures of you guys together! (Anthony Waiters, anthonywaiters0612@gmail.com, End 11/30) 

    Are you part of an exchange program? Were you born outside the United States? Do you want to be featured in the yearbook? If so contact Laila Erdman or Callia Washington at lailaerdman@gmail.com  or calliawashington667@gmail.com  to be featured on the international students page.  (Laila Erdman lailaerdman@gmail.com, End 11/30)

    Hey Seahawks! Listen closely. We are doing a new contest for the month of November and you have a chance to win a great prize. Every day we will share an inspirational quote. At lunch we will bring a cart around the Galleria and if you write down the quote you hear on announcements your name will be entered in a raffle. So, pay attention. The quote today is, “Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.” -Carl Sagan. Remember to write this down and enter the raffle at lunch! Have a quote you want to share? Drop it in our suggestions box in the main office or ASB office. (Sarah Martin, ssmartin1@seattleschools.org, End 11/30)

    Want to earn service hours and have a really cool experience at the Seattle Center? Northwest Folklife currently has applications open for two different residencies for teens, Unbroken Circle and Próxima Generación. These programs empower students to transmit their personal, local and cultural history through their art. Led by various culture bearers and established artists in the community, participants will be able to work on their craft while engaging with peers and working towards a collaborative vision and cumulative presentation. For more information and to apply; visit https://www.nwfolklife.org (Xaviera Vandermay, Volunteers@nwfolklife.org End 11/20)

    Lunch today is Mozzarella Cheese Sticks. 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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