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    Friday, December 6, 2019

    Do you feel like giving back to our community? Donate canned food at the ASB office today! All donations go to the West Seattle Food Bank. Make sure all food donations are non-perishable, low sodium, and in good condition. Be sure to donate before December 13th. Every can counts! (Joselyn Panganiban, lyannepanganiban@gmail.com, ends 12/13)

    Need to make up a class?  See Ms. Douglas NOW to get signed up.  You could earn back your credit BEFORE the end of the semester!  Do it!    (Lori Douglas, ltdouglas@seattleschools.org, ends 12/6) 

    Will you do international travel this school year or this summer? See Mr. Hansell, Mr. Lopez Chaves, or Mr. Glover for an application for the Thompson Family Foundation Travel Grant. You can receive up to $1500 in scholarship for your international travel. (Joshua Hansell, jjhansell@seattleschools.org, ends 12/6)

    Hey Chief Sealth students and staff, please consider donating clothing items for the homeless this season. We are looking for gloves, hats, scarves, and socks to be donated to the box in the library.  Let's celebrate the holidays by helping those in need. (Hodan Mire, ends 12/6))

    Want to be in the yearbook with your friends or family? If so send your pictures of any fall happenings you did this year so far! Send them to @chiefsealthyearbook on Instagram or to Gabby Barrera at gabbysbarrera@gmail.com. (Gabby Barrera, gabbysbarrerra@gmail.com, ends 12/16)

    Do you want to know more about specific colleges and ask questions in-person? West Seattle High School is hosting a College Fair on Tuesday, December 10th from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM in the lunchroom commons! Representatives from colleges and universities such as the University of Washington, Evergreen State College, Renton Technical College, University of Portland, and many out of state colleges, will be there to answer any questions that you may have! Financial aid advisers will also be here to help you learn about scholarships and how to apply for financial aid. Students and families are encouraged to attend. The fair is free, open to the public, and refreshments will be provided! ALSO, if you are a college possible student, this is a GREAT opportunity to gain some COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS! For additional questions, please email CSIHS College Coach Desiree’ Johnson (Dez) at ddjohnson@seattleschools.org.We hope to see you all there!  (Desiree Johnson, ddjohnson@seattleschools.org, ends 12/11)

    Have you heard of DO-IT Scholars?  If you are a Washington State high school student in 10th or 11th grade with a disability and plan to continue your education after graduation, you are eligible to apply for this program.  Applications are available in the main office or online at uw.edu/doit/programs/do-it-scholars/ . Deadline is January 30, 2020.  (Debbie Taylor djtaylor@seattleschools.org end 12/9)

    Lunch today is Chicken Nuggets!  Yum!  Check out the Soup Bar too!

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