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    Weekly Bulletin, January February 1-5
    Posted on 02/01/2021
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    It’s Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action! 

    Black Lives Matter at School is a national coalition organizing for racial justice in education.  We encourage all educators, students, parents, unions, and community organizations to join our annual week of action during the first week of February each year. Here is where you can Get InvolvedAre you participating in Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action or Year of Purpose? We want to hear from you. Tell us what organizing you are doing in your community. 

    It’s the new semester! Make sure you are checking Schoology to find your new class links! 

     Can't See Your Semester 2 Courses in Schoology? Easy Solution! Reorder your courses in Schoology. The Courses dropdown will only display the top 12 Courses, so you need to move the new ones up! Watch this video: "How to Reorder Your Schoology Courses" for more details! 

      • Select the My Courses button
      • Select Reorder Courses button
      • Find for your Semester 2 Course Titles: Look or the letter B or number 2 in the course name ex: Intro to Lit Comp 9B
      • Drag & Drop the Course Titles for Semester 2 up so that you can see them on the main page to put them in a different order.


    Weekly Wednesday Drive Thru

    Weekly Wednesday Drive Thru Updated Hours!!! Come pick up books, materials, food, and more every Wednesday between 12pm and 2pm in front of Chief Sealth High School.


    Attention Chief Sealth Student Athletes,

    As we prepare for the upcoming (tentative) abbreviated sports seasons, ALL athletic registration is online this year

    Be sure to complete your registration by February 5 to have the best opportunity to be cleared for the first day of the season February 22, 2021 (tentative).  Only athletes with completed AND cleared registrations (no fines, current physicals, etc) may participate in sports (including practice). Questions about registration?  Email Mrs. Taylor

    Tech Support

    Need help with your laptop or other tech-related issues? Tech support is available at Sealth on Tuesdays and Thursdays: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m (Closed for Lunch 12:30 - 1:30) More info here:  


    Teen Health Center News

    The Chief Sealth High School Teen Health Center invites you to join us in promoting student health! Looking for service hours or a resume builder? Love the Teen Health Center and interested in health and wellness? Join the Health Advisory Council and become a Youth Health Ambassador to your peers. A virtual council to spread awareness, education, and support. Guided by students, for students! Interested or have questions? E-mail  or call (206)938-1360.


    Black Student Union 

    The BSU meets weekly at 3:20 on Thursdays.  Come thru to connect with brilliant Black people!   

    Contact Mr. Golash with questions:

    UW Math and Science Upward Bound Applications Due THIS WEEK

    REMINDER 10th & 11th Graders!  UW Math Science Upward Bound (STEMsub) Applications are DUE JANUARY 15th!  Are you interested in STEM and/or Health Care?  Do you want help succeeding in High School and Applying to College?  Do you want to take classes at UW this Summer? 

    APPLY ONLINE at More Info or Questions, Drop-In to our STEMsub Program Q & A Zoom Meeting (Monday - Friday 2 - 4pm) @  or email us at


    MESA Builder's Club 

    Seattle MESA Builder’s Club has returned!  If you enjoy building fun and interesting STEM projects, make new friends, and prepare for life after high school.  Join us every Tuesday 3:20pm-3:50pm on Join Microsoft Teams Meeting . Please contact Mr. Martinez ( and/or Ms. Batts ( for more information.


    CSIHS Λsian Student Λssociation

    Who Are We?

    ASA is an association for students to get together and have the chance to learn more about Asian Cultures that you may or may not have heard of. For example, Nepal + Mongolia, Myanmar (Burma), and so much more! If you want to learn more information, come and join our club meetings that are held every Tuesday at 3:20-4:00pm

    Interested in becoming an official member? Fill out the Asian Student Association Form

    If you won’t be able to join us or want to learn more information, contact us via email/IG:



    GSA Meets every other Tuesday from 3:20 to 3:50 

    Link: Click here to join the meeting

    Random Imagination Club

    The Random Imagination Club is a place that celebrates the creative differences of CSIHS students and how they choose to celebrate them. The RIC offers a space in which anyone is welcome to share their ideas, weird, cool, or whatever. Club meetings tend to focus on sharing and supporting the different mediums of others and how to express creativity in this strange era. The RIC meets every Wednesday afterschool from 2:35-3:35. We hope to see you there! Contact  Advisor Jesse Gardner at or President Mai Grace at   to be added to the Microsoft Teams chat.  Meeting Link 

    City Year ELA Nest

    Come hang out in the ELA Nest to do your homework and get support from City Year members and fellow students. We meet Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 3:20 to 3:50.

    Also, every Tuesday is the Extra Lit Book Club. Come, hang out, and talk about books!


    City Year Math Nest

    Come hang out with classmates and City Year volunteers at the Math Nest! Work on your math homework during Math Support or learn about real-life math applications and STEM careers during Math Beyond! Reach out to Valeriya Ragozina via Teams or email ( for the meeting link! Hawks up! Math Nest meets every Mon, Tues, and Thur from 3:20 to 3:50.


     City Year Community Spaces 

    Questions on the City Year Community Spaces email Tim Chen


    Chief Sealth Learning Lab!

    Chief Sealth Learning Lab! Sealth now has 3 tutors available to help students with their homework. Tutors are available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 12:00pm-5:30pm and on Wednesdays from 9:00am-5:30pm. Students can access the tutoring links from the Chief Sealth Learning Lab Schoology page.


    Free Tutoring at SPL

    The Seattle Public Library has launched services to has over 3,000 highly vetted expert tutors, who can help youth with schoolwork, tutoring and academic coaching in a variety of subjects in a safe and secure online classroom. 1-1 help is available in math, writing, science, history, foreign languages, college essay writing, Advanced Placement (AP) courses and more.  All you need to do is go to and log in with your library card and pin or your Library Link number and pin to connect! 


    Buy a 2020 Yearbook

    You can still buy a 2020 yearbook!!!

    Sealth Spirit Gear that is currently in-stock:

    Attendance Cup Challenge

    Congratulations to our students who exhibited outstanding attendance during our Attendance Cup challenge during the week of December 7th-December 18th! Our first place winner, Mr. Derseh's class achieved a 98% of overall attendance while our 2nd place winner Mrs. Hubert's class achieved a 96% of overall attendance. Keep up the great work Seahawks and be on the lookout for your prizes. Future competitions for each grade level will be coming soon and we can't wait to recognize all your hard work! Stay tuned Seahawks!

    Students of the Month

    CELEBRATING STUDENTS OF THE MONTH: Congratulations to the Students of Month for October and November! Please accept this shout out from your teachers and know that we are so proud of you and your efforts! 

    • Spanish Immersion: Malina Tep and Daniel Cortes Ramirez
    • šǝqačib: Madison McGuinn and Emma Charles
    • PE & Health: Ruby Grieshaber and Ashwak Samatar
    • Visual Arts: Amos Almasan and Anai Velazquez
    •  Music: Katie Kaisaki and Cedric Gackenbach
    • World Language: Jayson Nguyen and Jason Flores
    • Science: Leslie jimenez Hernandez and Christopher Castro Leonardo 
    • Proyecto Saber: Renaeh Ureste and Adrian Calvillo 
    • ELL: Emerson Steven Torres and Julian Garcia 
    • Social Studies: Ocean Freeman and Ta'a Vao Jaheim Viena 
    • Math: Victoria Lillich-Roberts and Emma Osgood
    • Language Arts: Kai Wang and Azeneth Flores de Jesus
    • Academy of Business and Career Path: Kausara Abukar, Noah Tewolde, and Lyndi Schmidt
    • Tech, Skilled Trades, and Media Arts: Christine Sun and Stephen Oscar Haney
    • Family Consumer Science & Career: Melat Kidane and Alejah Bousley

    TRIO Talent Search

    Meet with your TRIO Specialist

    Beatrice's TRIO Office Hours or email for an appointment

     Chief Sealth High School
    Tuesdays 3:20pm-3:50pm
    Fridays 3:20pm-3:50pm

    Resources from our Social Work Office! For specific questions on these resources, please contact Shanyn Gilio-Tenan ( or  Ariana Nunez (

    Rental Assistance



    Utility Assistance

    Internet options

    COVID relief for Immigrants

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