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    Tuesday, Sept 17, 2019

    Here are today’s announcements: 

    CONGRATS to our JVC and Varsity Hawks to a major victory to them Franklin Quakers!! Varsity went all the way to 5 sets, finishing with a 15-10 victory! Big thanks to all the fans and parents with supporting our teams until 10pm. Next match will be AWAY at West Seattle! Be there be loud go hawks! (Coach Dez,, End 9/25)

    It’s Homecoming Spirit Week! Today High School Movie Day! Take a pic and post your looks on Instagram @SealthASB to get spirit points! Tomorrow is Post High School Plans Day! Dress for your future career or college. Want more info about Homecoming? Come check out the giant poster in the Galleria or follow @SealthASB on Instagram to stay up-to-date on all the homecoming week festivities. You can always re-watch our promo video for details as well: (CSI Activities,, End 9/27)

    Homecoming Dance Tickets remain on sale TODAY through Friday at lunch only!! $13 with ASB, $15 without ASB. Tickets are on sale at lunch only in the ASB office. You must be free of fines to buy your tickets, so check the source to see if you have books to return BEFORE you buy your ticket. Guest passes are due by Thursday – so get them signed ASAP. Stop by the ASB office if you have questions. Don’t wait until the last minute to buy your tickets! (CSI Activities,, End 9/27)

    Attention all great legal minds - Mock Trial will be meeting TODAY (Wednesday) in room 121 after school and in Ms. Neil’s room during travel Mentorship on Thursday. Come for snacks, games, and practice navigating the legal system as we get ready to prepare for this year’s case on identity theft. If you couldn’t make last week’s meetings, that’s ok! Stop by and we’ll have more information on Wednesday. Questions? See Ms. Neil in room 262. (Rebecca Neil,, End 9/25)

    The Technology Student Association (TSA) is your Career & Technical Student Organization for fun and challenging competitive events involving STEAM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Art-Math). There are 35 Regional, State and National events to choose from. Want to learn more about what TSA can do for your future attend our informational meeting during mentorship on Thursday September 26th in room 143. Have questions, contact Mario Martinez (Mario Martinez,, 9/26)

    Did you hear the amazing presentation last week from the YMCA about the Teen Advisory Council? Are you super excited to join but don’t know how? Have you already filled out the application but still have to turn it in? Then please come up and see Mrs. Horst in 225N to hear more, get an application or to turn yours in! Deadline is this Thursday. (Becky Horst,, End 9/26)

    Are you interested in making sure you have a voice at Chief Sealth? Join the Chief Sealth Black Student Union! The Chief Sealth Black Student Union will be having a meeting September 26, 2019 during Mentorship in Mr. Golash’s class: Room 235. Their mission is to make sure people of color have a community of support, and a place to feel welcomed to speak their mind. For more information please contact Camaree McGhee, Alejah Bousley, or any other BSU officer. (Camaree Mcghee, End 9/26)

    The UTSS tutors are back in the Learning Lab starting Monday, September 30th. They are here to support you and would love to help you with class work and homework. Drop in before school, during lunch, and after school, or ask your teacher for a blue slip to visit the Learning Lab at other times. They look forward to seeing you! (Aida Fraser-Hammer,, End 9/27)

    Want to be a part of Chief Sealth’s Ethics Bowl team this year? There will be a 15 minute meeting right after school in room 237 (Mr. B) on Friday, 9/27. (Matt Baudhuin,, End 9/27)

    There will be a meeting with the new boys soccer coach this Friday right after school in the galleria!!! Be There! (Coach P,, End 9/27)

    Hey Freshman! You're invited to Link Crew's Freshman Only tailgate at 3:45 pm on September 27th! Come outside the galleria after school for free food, fun, face painting, and free admission to the homecoming football game! We can't wait to see you there! (Rose Bolding Hunt,, End 9/27)

    All students who are interested in the Chief Sealth drama club: Please come for the informational meeting Thursday, October 3rd right after school in room 275. Club details, dates and locations will be shared. Join us if you’ve already signed up, AND if you’re thinking about signing up! (Gentle McGaughey,, End 9/27)

    Are you interested in Architecture, Construction or Engineering? ACE Mentors is a free, after-school program which pairs high school students with professional mentors from the building industry. Meetings are held every 2 weeks and you will be working with other Seattle Schools students to present your projects to other teams, mentors, professionals and parent. In addition, last year 15 students received over $100,000 in scholarships!! Sign up today at Or see the flyer on the Wall of Opportunity! (Becky Horst,, End 9/27)

    Are you interested in learning about VR (Virtual Reality)? Be part of a team to help to test and give recommendations on a UW VR project on Teen Stress called Project RESeT Relaxation Environ¬ment for Stress in Teens happening at the High Point on Mondays September 30 and October 14, 4:30-5:30 pm. Contact or call 206-684-7454 to learn more. (Ken Gollersrud,, End 9/30)

    Students 16 and older by October 31, apply to work for the Seattle Public Library’s Student Assistant Program during the month of October 1-31 at (look for link to Student Assistant Program) Want more info? Come to the Galleria/school library on Tuesday October 1 during lunch and talk to SPL librarians Cheresse and Ken. (Ken Gollersud,, End 10/1)

    Lunch today is Penne Marinara with Meatballs! Yum!

    To submit announcements please e-mail to with the word “announcement” in the subject line by 4:30 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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