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    Weekly Newsletter
    Posted on 01/06/2020
    Chinese Lions performing at Multicultural Night

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!

    SAVE THE DATES

    Friday, Jan. 10 - Winter Formal
    Monday, Jan. 20 - Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday (NO SCHOOL)
    Saturday, Jan. 25 - Saturday School
    Tuesday, Jan. 28 - Last Day of Quarter 2/Semester 1
    Wednesday, Jan. 29 - Day between semesters (NO SCHOOL)
    Thursday, Jan. 30 - First day of Semester 2
    Saturday, Feb. 8 - Black Family Engagement Brunch
    Friday, Feb. 14 - Last day to buy yearbook for $65
    Feb. 17-21 - Mid-Winter Break (NO SCHOOL)


    LUNCH MENU

    MONDAY: Quesadilla
    TUESDAY: Fish & chips
    WEDNESDAY: Grilled cheese w/tomato soup
    THURSDAY: Beef & Broccoli over rice
    FRIDAY: Corn dog

    Grill and pizza are available daily, as well as "lunch-to-go" options. All menus subject to change.


    THIS WEEK IN CASH

    CASH runs every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:45-4:45 p.m. in various locations. Here are this week's offerings:

    Tuesday 
    Algebra 1 and Geometry - Room 1109
    Algebra 2 and Above - Room 1110 

    Thursday
    Algebra 1 and Geometry - Room 1109
    Algebra 2 and Above - Room 1110

    Questions? See Mr. Logan in Room 1137


    ANNOUNCEMENTS

    DANCE IT OUT
    There will be a Winter Formal on Friday, Jan. 10, in the cafeteria. Tickets are $8 with ASB and $10 without. Sophomores get a $5 discount.

    SATURDAYS ARE FOR STUDYING
    There will be Saturday school on Jan. 25 for students with D's or E's in their core classes. Students who need the extra help will receive a note. This study session is by invitation only.

    OPEN FOR BUSINESS
    The student store will be open beginning Jan. 7, 2020. The Business Club will be selling items like pocky, popcorn, gum and Hello Panda. Other items will be available as well. The student store will be open Tuesday-Friday. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, it will be open for both lunches. On Wednesdays and Fridays, it will be open for just first lunch.

    GIVE ME A BREAK
    There will be no school on Monday, Jan. 20, in observance of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. School will also be closed on Wednesday, Jan. 29 (day between semesters).

    OPPORTUNITY FOR SOPHOMORES
    Attention 10th graders! Do you want to go to college? Are you interested in STEM or pursuing a career in Health Care? Do you need help preparing for the SAT or need free tutoring? The University of Washington STEMsub/Math Science Upward Bound College Prep Program Application is NOW AVAILABLE. Please go to the Counseling Office for applications and more information. Fill out the application at http://uwmsub.org/apply/

    UPWARD BOUND WANTS YOU
    If you are a 9th or 10th grader and would like assistance as you prepare for college, please go to the counseling office and pick up a UW Upward Bound application. UB offers a 6-week summer academy at the University of Washington that provides SAT test prep, tutoring, college tours, scholarship application assistance, academic advising, and much more. The priority deadline is Jan. 17, 2020. Do not delay and apply today!

    BLACK FAMILIES UNITE
    The PTSA will be hosting its annual Black Family Engagement Brunch on Saturday, Feb. 8, at 9 a.m. This is an opportunity for Black families to discuss topics that are relevant to their community and their students at Cleveland. More details about the event will be mailed home to families.

    PRICE INCREASE
    The price of the yearbook will increase to $75 after Feb. 14. Only 240 books were ordered and more than half have already been sold. DON'T WAIT! Order your yearbook today!

    GET IN GEAR
    Extra spirit gear is available for purchase. Items range from $15-$30 and come in various sizes. Gear can be purchased in Room 1162 during lunch.


    INFORMATION FOR SENIORS

    GET YOUR TREAT
    Seniors, if you completed your financial aid, stop in at the Counseling Center for a treat! Don’t forget: the college deadline for Financial Aid is January 15, 2020! Get it done soon. A mural outside the counselor's office includes students' names once they have completed the process. The goal is 90 percent completion rate. If you have any questions, see your counselor.

    CAP & GOWN PHOTOS
    Did you miss cap and gown picture day? Schedule an appointment with Ms. Scribner in Room 1162 BEFORE JAN. 17! All photos will be taken on Thursdays during lunch or after school. This is your last chance to have your picture taken for the yearbook.

    GET MONEY
    Senior Families: Students will be able to get college application support on Wednesdays after school in the library from 2:20-4:00 p.m. from our College Prep Advisor Cam Tu Nguyen, cnguyen@collegesuccessfoundation.org

    Financial aid workshop flyer


    ATHLETICS

    WINTER BREAK HIGHLIGHTS
    Basketball: Boys and girls basketball both won on Friday night at home against Lincoln. On Saturday, the teams traveled to Lakeside. Boys lost a close one 59-57.

    Boys Swim: The boys swim team remains undefeated! They beat Nathan Hale at the beginning of the break and have won all three matches on their schedule. Up next: Lincoln this Friday.

    COMING UP
    Both boys and girls basketball have home games this week; Tuesday for the boys and Wednesday for the girls against Eastside Catholic.

    On Saturday, the wrestling team will again be hosting the King of Beacon Hill Tournament at Cleveland. It will be a 12-hour marathon of wrestling, so come check it out! All information regarding Eagle athletics, including schedules, can be found at www.clevelandeagles.org

    SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS
    Baseball conditioning will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 17, and Thursday Dec. 19, in the weight room from 4-6 p.m. There will be an instructor on site taking attendance and administering strength and agility exercises strictly relating to the sport of baseball. Dates will resume every Tuesday and Thursday after winter break. See coach Hakim Finch for more details.

    SWIM & BOWLING TEAM PICTURES
    Boys swim will take their team photo on Tuesday, Jan. 7, at 4 p.m. in the gym. Girls Bowling will take their photo during lunch (11:45) on Thursday, Jan. 9.

    SIGN UP FOR WINTER & SPRING SPORTS
    Sports registration has gone DIGITAL! All athletes need to sign up immediately for winter sports and can sign up now for spring sports online! Go to www.clevelandeagles.org to register. Parents/Guardians start the process by creating an account and adding the student athlete. A $25 ASB fee must be paid for the year for all athletes. No practices until you are cleared by the athletic department. GO EAGLES!


    MONEYMAKERS

    Here are some fundraisers happening around the school.

    Who Item When Price
    Class of 2020 Lanyards Dec. 2 $7; $5 for last year's version
    Eagle News Network    Spirit Gear Ends Jan. 31 Prices range from $5 to $30; various items and sizes available

    Is your club running a fundraiser or charity drive? Email Ms. Scribner to add it to the list.


    CLUBS

    LATINX STUDENTS UNITE!
    The Latinx Students United (LSU) club will hold their first meetings on Tuesdays during lunch and advisory in the Career Center. The group is led by Francisco Sanchez-Garcia.

    SING ALONG
    Do you like to sing? The Choir Club is looking for new members. No experience necessary. The club meets every Friday at 3:45 in the sound rooms across the hall from room 1180. Sign up for notices on Remind: @chssingsations

    AFRICAN STUDENTS COME TOGETHER
    The African Students Association is a new club for students of African descent. The group meets on Thursdays during lunch/advisory in room 1137.


    CONTACT US

    Got some news to share? Submit announcements to Ms. Scribner by 5 p.m. every Friday. Submissions that arrive after 5 p.m. will be held over for the following week. (NOTE: Some announcements may require administrator approval)