Lunch Today

Cougar Gold Burger: Beef Hamburger with Cougar Gold Cheese; Baked Fries; “Cougar” Frozen Treat.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS & REMINDERS:

Today is a Thursday Block Schedule (1, 3, 5, 7)

Tomorrow is a normal Wednesday Block Schedule

No School Thursday and Friday

SHS Library schedule this week:

  • Tuesday, 11/21: Library will be CLOSED during 3rd period for BOOM pre-conference.
  • Wednesday, 11/22: Library & Help desk will be CLOSED after school.

Kids Care Coat Drive

Today, Tuesday, November 21 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Crossroads Community Center

For additional information, please contact:

Patrick Alina,
Youth Link Program Coordinator
Bellevue Parks & Community Services
Office:  425-452-5254
Email:  palina@bellevuewa.gov
Web:    www.youthlink.com

COAL CREEK FAMILY YMCA

paid job training | previous experience is a plus | part time childcare available

flexible schedules | work with your friends | part-time hours | free gym membership

·        SEEKING LIFEGUARDS

Contact Melissa Ring | bit.ly/YMCAaquatics | mring@seattleymca.org

·        SEEKING SWIM INSTRUCTORS

Contact Pennie Frantz | bit.ly/YMCAaquatics | pfrantz@seattleymca.org

Accountant’s Office Closed

The SHS Accountant’s Office will be closed this week (11/20-11/22).  All fines and fees can be paid online here.

Seniors – Scholarship

If you are planning to attend college, junior college, or vocational college, a $2,500 Ewing C Kelly Scholarship may help you get started:

www.kellyfoundationwashington.org

Online-fillable Application Form:

http://kellyfoundationwashington.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Official-Ewing-C-Kelly-Scholarship-App-10-20-2017-form.pdf

Hand Write-In Application:

http://kellyfoundationwashington.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Official-Ewing-C-Kelly-Scholarship-App-09-21-2017.pdf

BOOM

The BOOM Experience is a program designed for male students that racially identify as Southeast Asian, Pacific Islander, African, Black, Latino, Native American or mix of any, who are in grades 7-12 in the Bellevue School District.

This program provides an opportunity for these students to connect, be inspired, find support and to be lead and taught by men who also racially identify like them. Students will spend the day learning and engaging in discussion around race, culture, leadership and self-empowerment.

While this event is designed especially to reach Southeast Asian, Pacific Islander, African, Black, Latino, Native American male students, the event is open to ALL students in grades 7-12.

TWO PART REGISTRATION:

PART ONE:

Click on the link to register online: http://www.cvent.com/events/the-boom-experience-2017-registration/event-summary-03a95bfc9dcf483b8ffea90c08aa1828.aspx

PART TWO:

Please fill out the permission slip form, and have your parents sign and return it to Ms. Quintana in the main office. (There will be a BOOM inbox on her desk)

Today’s Clubs

Tuesday      
CLUB ADVISOR ROOM DAY/TIME
Environmental Warriors Ms. Pinter 227 Tues/3:30p.m.
Key Club Ms. Beltran 310 Tues/3:35p.m.
Homework Club Jubilee Reach Library Tues & Thurs/3:30p.m.
Hip Hop Club Ms. Pinter Atrium Tues & Thurs./3:30p.m.
Latino Heat Mrs. Quintana 308 Tues & Thurs/ 3:45-6:00p.m.