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    Friday, March 6, 2020

     

    Seahawks! We have decided to postpone Multicultural Night in order to ensure everyone involved feels safe and comfortable. We hope to reschedule for later in spring, and will be in touch with performers and club about details. (Della Floyd, dellafloyd24@comcast.net, End 3/6)

     

    The Washington Global Issues Network Conference 2020 has been cancelled. Contact Ms. Griffin in Portable 3 if you need more information. (Heather Griffin, hlgriffin@seattleschools.org, End 3/6)

    Hey Hawks! Are you tired of being cold and un-spirited? Then you’re in luck! Sealth crew neck sweatshirts are available for preorder from now to March 6. They are only $20 each or just 5 dollars extra to customize the back. Stop by the ASB office for a form or order online at https://www.schoolpay.com/link/2020ClassicGrey order now before it’s too late! (Sandy Vu, sandycatvu@gmail.com, End 3/6)

    Do you feel like writing an essay and if selected, win a prize?  The World Affairs Council is hosting a World Citizen Essay Competition.  Interested?  See Counselor Labi before or after school or during your lunch time.  Hurry, deadline is March 13th, 2020. (Samuel Labi,  slabi@seattleschools.org, End 3/12)

     

    Need help with your first year of college and are of Southeast Asian ancestry?  Apply for the Southeast Asian NSRCF Scholarship.  Application deadline is March 20, 2020.  Apply online at www.bit.ly/nsrcf2020 or pick up a paper copy from the counter in the main office.  (Debbie Taylor, djtaylor@seattleschools.org, End 3/12)

     

    Have a job and want to be in the yearbook? Send your pictures by direct messaging the Instagram page @chiefsealthyearbook or email nestor91982@gmail.com. (Nestor German, nestor91982@gmail.com, End 3/12)

     

    Seniors, still looking for scholarships for college?  MARCH 13, 2020, is the deadline for the Education First  $7,500 Scholarship.  Apply online at WWW.EDUCATIONFIRST.ORG (Debbie Taylor djtaylor@seattleschools.org end 3/10)

     

    Do you live in South Park? Apply for a paid Spring or Summer Internship, focusing on food systems career readiness and entrepreneurship skills. Application deadline is April 3rd. Apply online at www.urbanfreshfoodcollective.org or in person at Resistencia Coffee. (Heather Griffin, hlgriffin@seattleschools.org, End 3/12)

     

    Are you looking for something fun to do or try out after school? Try out Chess Club! Chess Club provides an opportunity for inexperienced players and newcomers to learn the game, and an environment for experienced chess players to gather and improve their abilities. Stop by room 215 on Tuesdays and Fridays to come practice and have some fun! (Ryan Casey, rpcasey@seattleschools.org, End 3/12)

     

    Looking for something to do this summer that is engaging and intellectually stimulating? Seattle University is hosting two overnight programs for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors in July. Seattle Business Institute (SBI) is focused on social entrepreneurship and innovation.  Seattle University AI4ALL is focused on artificial intelligence and criminal justice. Both programs earn students college credits!  Both are experiential and include visits to area companies and organizations in the field of study. Applications are open. Priority deadline is March 30.  Scholarships are available!  Please visit us at: https://www.seattleu.edu/summer/pre-collegiate-summer-camps/ (Geneva Sedgwick, gsedgwick@seattleu.edu, End 3/30)

     

    Lunch today is Chili Cheese Fries! The soup of the day is Turkey Noodle or Cream of Potato! Yum!

     

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