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    Weekly Bulletin
    Posted on 03/08/2020
    Students from Eagle News Network work on their film skills

    SAVE THE DATES

    Friday, March 13 - Pi(e)-A-Teacher
    Wednesday, March 25 - Spring Sports Team Photos
    Wednesday, April 8 - End of Quarter 3


    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


    CORONAVIRUS UPDATES

    A MESSAGE FROM SCHOOL LEADERS
    As of now, administrators have not been notified of any confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Cleveland or the Seattle School District. All bathrooms are open to students, and frequent hand washing is encouraged. 
    Students and staff are encouraged to stay home if they are sick.

    During this time, Running Start students should minimize their time on Cleveland campus, in order to follow public health guidelines. Running Start students are welcome to come to campus for the below reasons; otherwise students should not linger on campus:
          o To eat breakfast or lunch served by our cafeteria
          o If you have previously scheduled appointments with counselors
          o At the times you have a class at Cleveland
          o Required club meetings or athletic practices

    PROTECT YOURSELF
    A message from the Office of Public Health regarding the Coronavirus: We’d strongly encourage students and staff to:
          o Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. 
          o Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
          o Avoid touching eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
          o Cover mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing then throw the tissue in the trash and wash hands. 
          o Avoid contact with people who are sick. 
          o Stay home while sick and avoid close contact with others.

    FIELD TRIPS SUSPENDED
    Seattle Public Schools has suspended all overnight and out of state field trips for the remainder of the school year. Other field trips are suspended until further notice. The district is still working out the details about possible refunds for clubs that spent money on travel arrangements. Information will be relayed to club advisors when it becomes available.

    AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
    After school activities (sports practices, club events, CASH, etc.) are still allowed to continue. Events that will draw large gatherings (band concerts, Seattle’s Got Talent) have been cancelled.  


    ANNOUNCEMENTS

    COLLEGE NIGHT POSTPONED
    The College Knowledge Event slated for March 19 has been postponed. The event will be rescheduled for a later date.

    RED & WHITE AUCTION RESCHEDULED 
    The PTSA's Red & White Auction has been rescheduled for a later date. The group will send out information about other fundraising in lieu of holding an event. Questions can be sent to chseaglesptsa@gmail.com.

    LOOK AHEAD
    Registration packets for classes for the 2020-21 school year have been distributed through Humanities classes. Registration will begin on Monday, March 16, through Humanities where counselors will meet one-on-one with students. Students should have an option sheet, a copy of their transcript access to the online registration. Students should have completed online registration before these meetings start. See your counselor if you have questions.

    CALLING ALL FUTURE JOURNALIST
    Students who are interested in becoming a member of Cleveland's award-winning journalism staff should attend an information meeting on Friday, March 13, at noon in room 1162. Eagle News Network is responsible for producing the yearbook, newspaper and the TV news broadcast. They are looking for reporters, photographers and videographers. If you think you have what it takes to be a part of this organization, come see what it's all about.


    INFORMATION FOR SENIORS

    SAVE THE DATE
    Friday, March 20 - Senior portraits and baby pics for the newspaper due
    Friday, March 20 - Cap & gown balance due
    Wednesday, April 8 - Cap & gown delivery for on-time orders
    Friday, May 1 - Cap & gown delivery for late orders

    BABY, BABY, BABY OOOOH
    Seniors are encouraged to submit a baby picture and a senior photo for the special edition of the newspaper, which will be released in June. Students can upload their images at https://tinyurl.com/chs2020 baby by Friday, March 20.

    PAY IT OFF
    Any senior who owes an outstanding balance on their cap and gown are encouraged to have the balance paid in full by March 20. Gowns will be distributed in April. ORDERS ARE NOT PROCESSED ON CAMPUS! Students can pay/order online at highschool.herffjones.com or call 425-357-1338. 

    ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP NOW OPEN
    The Cleveland High School Alumni Association is awarding scholarships to students who want to continue their education. To apply, go to our website and apply online. Application packages must be to the scholarship committee by April 9 for consideration. Funds may also be used for Technical/Vocational schools. We will have $15,000 available to award across multiple recipients. Any questions? Contact JoAnn Smith at chsaaseattle@yahoo.com or 425-487-3952.

    SUSI BURDICK SCHOLARSHIP
    Are you a high-achieving graduating senior who has shown leadership skills, academic achievement and has performed community service? This scholarship fund can help pay for you to attend college, community college or a technical school. It is a merit-based award between $3,000-$4,000 and is a one-time scholarship, with the money sent to the higher education institution directly for tuition. The application deadline is April 8. Any questions can be directed via email to SusiBScholarship@gmail.com

    Please submit all Application documents to SusiBScholarship@gmail.com:
     GPA and SAT or ACT Score
     High School transcript (Ok to send unofficial)
     2 letters of recommendation from a teacher, principal, mentor, religious leader or employer.
     Resume describing your accomplishments
     1-3-page personal statement

    Questions to be answered in your personal statement
    1. How does your high school transcript reflect your progress and your academic potential beyond high school? Have you received any special honors or awards?
    2. Do you like to do volunteer work? What communities are you involved with locally? How do you hope to continue your community involvement after graduation?
    3. What leadership positions have you taken in school and the community? How do you motivate others either in or out of high school?
    4. What college, community college or vocational school degree or certificate are you seeking? Do you have a major or specialty in mind? Will your education will contribute back to the community?


    ATHLETICS

    SPRING SPORTS PREVIEW
    Spring sports season has begun. Make sure all paperwork is completed. All information regarding Eagle athletics, including schedules, can be found at www.clevelandeagles.org. 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
    Eagle News Network Yearbook Until books run out (38 books left)  $75

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


    LUNCH MENU

    MONDAY: Hot dog
    TUESDAY: Chicken nuggets w/whole wheat roll
    WEDNESDAY: Chicken and waffle
    THURSDAY: Mandarin orange chicken w/ rice
    FRIDAY: Chef's choice
    Grill and pizza are available daily, as well as "lunch-to-go" options. All menus subject to change.


    CLUBS 

    FRESH START
    The Library Club will celebrate their new start with snacks and fun activities while electing new officers on March 10 during both lunches.

    MOVIE NIGHT
    Black Student Union will be viewing the movie "Barbershop" on Wednesday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in Ms. Urs' room (1235). Snacks will be provided. 


    CONTACT US

    Got some news to share? Submit announcements to Ms. Scribner by 10 a.m. every Monday. Submissions that arrive late will be held over for the following week. (NOTE: Some announcements may require administrator approval)