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    Weekly Bulletin: Nov. 16-20
    Posted on 11/16/2020
    Eagle sitting in a tree outside the library

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    Tuesday, Nov. 17: Virtual Picture Day (details below)
    Wednesday, Nov. 18: Supply Distribution Day
    Nov. 23-24: Student-Led Conferences Begin
    Nov. 26-27: Thanksgiving Break (NO SCHOOL)

    SLCs begin next week

    Student-led conferences are a chance for students to reflect on their learning and present to their family members about their progress, and a chance for family members, advisors, and teachers to work in partnership. Advisors schedule a 20-minute appointment with each family in their advisory. The student should be the leading voice in this conference; if parents wish to follow up with other teachers, the advisor provides them with a CHS Directory and helps them communicate with teachers. These conferences will begin on Nov. 23 and last through early December. SLCs are required.

    Supply Distribution Day

    The next distribution event will be Wednesday, Nov. 18, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the main parking lot. Ninth grade humanities is expected to hand out supplies. Check with your teacher to see if you need to pick up any class materials.

    Order a yearbook!

    2020 has been a year like no other, and Cleveland Publications is determined to capture all of it. Now, you can purchase this historic 2021 yearbook for just $50! We are keeping the theme under wraps until the spring, but this book will be more interactive (think activity book with the same great coverage of Cleveland students and staff). Seniors have the option to purchase a bundle package which includes a variation of the following: personalized yearbook, a senior salute, a Class of 2021 baseball tee and a set of colored pencils to match the theme of the book. Prices vary based on the size of the salute. Feeling generous? Buy an extra book for a senior in need! 

    Payment plans are available! You can pay for your book in three (3) installments! Be sure to check the box on SchoolPay when purchasing. If seniors need financial assistance, check with the school social worker, Trisa Ibarra, to see if you qualify.

    To order your 2021 yearbook, click here!

    Virtual Picture Day

    Since we will not be able to have our standard picture day, why not have a virtual one? Tuesday, Nov. 17, will be Virtual Picture Day where students will be able to submit their own portrait for the yearbook. Simply fill out the form below and attach a photo of yourself. Here are the instructions:
    PROFESSIONAL PHOTOS ARE NOT NECESSARY, BUT WELCOMED. Remember, the yearbook is also a history book. Pose in your photo the same way you would if it were a live picture day.
    1. Image should be in a JPG format
    2. Please upload only ONE photo
    3. Image should be a vertical headshot or head and shoulders shot. We will crop the photo to fit our yearbook guidelines. Please try to use a solid background or a background with minimal distractions.
    4. PLEASE: No hats, nothing that covers your face, no props (ie., sports equipment, flowers, pets/animals). WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO ASK YOU TO SUBMIT A DIFFERENT PHOTO.
    5. The yearbook is considered a form of government ID. Images should NOT have filters of any kind.
    6. Maximum file size is 20 MB, 300 DPI. If you don't understand all the technical talk, just load the pic and if it doesn't work, you will receive a message from the yearbook adviser, Ms. Scribner.
    Upload your images here. We can't wait to see your faces!

    Get it in gear!

    picture of 2021 spirit gearWith a theme so nice, we had to use it twice! You can finally purchase your 2020-21 spirit gear online! These best-selling designs are back by popular demand! Go to SchoolPay and order yours today!

    Vintage Tee = $12
    Long Sleeve Tee = $17
    Crewneck = $22 
    Questions? Email

    Rent Justice Campaign

    We want y'all to know about WA-BLOC and their upcoming RENT JUSTICE CAMPAIGN. There will be a meeting on December 5, AT 5 p.m. to start planning for what is going to happen when the Eviction Moratorium ends. Please complete the form below if you are interested in learning more AND/OR are behind on rent/mortgage payments and are willing to share your story. Sign up here.

    College Bound Scholarship

    Freshmen: Did you know you could still sign up for the College Bound Scholarship? The College Bound Scholarship program is an early commitment of state financial aid to eligible students who sign up in middle school and fulfill the scholarship pledge. This deadline has been extended to Nov. 30 due to COVID. Apply here! College Bound will be mailing home applications to all eligible students next week with a prepaid return envelope. If you have any questions, please reach out to Ms. Sallee.

    Meal distribution

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture has extended its flexible free school meals program through December. However, it is still important for families to complete the Free and Reduced-Price Meal Application, especially during the COVID pandemic. Families must re-apply for meal benefits each year, using the online application or paper application. Families with students who qualify for free/reduced meals may be eligible to receive low-cost, high speed internet services through their home internet provider and reduced fees for a variety of programs. SPS is offering free student meals at 40 school locations and eight bus routes. Meal sites are open Monday-Friday from 11:15 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.

    Flu shot season starts now

    Flu Vaccine is even more important during COVID-19 pandemic. Cleveland School Based Health Center offers flu shots for any Seattle Public School students that register to our clinic. If students or their younger siblings need flu shots (or other immunizations), contact Cleveland School Based Health Center (SBHC) at 206-263-2608. SBHC is open daily from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We provide preventative health services: annual and sport physicals, immunizations, wellness/stress counseling, confidential teen health (sexual, reproductive, mental health). Visit options include Telehealth, phone visits and in-person visits by appointment only.

    • We can see any Seattle Public Schools (SPS) K-12 school students (if they do not have access to their School Based Health Center or if it is more convenient to get here). Parents may call our clinic to find out how to register.
    • Here are registration documents for our clinic
    • NO INSURANCE necessary! Health services are FREE for students!

    Information for seniors

    Senior Class Info
    Did you miss the class meeting? You can download the PowerPoint slides and the Class of 2021 Checklist to make sure you have all the information you need.

    Class of 2021 Web page
    The counseling team has created a webpage dedicated to information for seniors. They will post a calendar of senior-related events and requirements. Check back frequently to see what is added to the calendar. 

    All Seniors are Eligible for Free Tuition for College through the Seattle Promise Scholarship!
    The application for the Seattle Promise Scholarship for Fall 2021 is now open. The program provides free college tuition for 2 years (up to 90 credits) and ongoing college and career guidance for students to attend one of three Seattle Colleges (Seattle Central, South Seattle, or North Seattle Colleges). Apply here
    Students and families are also welcome to attend an upcoming Seattle Promise scholarship workshop. For support in Spanish or other languages please email 

     Workshop Date Time Languages
     Monday, Nov. 16  6-7:30 p.m.  Tigrinya & English
     Tuesday, Nov. 17  6-7:30 p.m.  Cantonese & English

    Join the workshops online:
    Join the workshops by phone: Call 253-215-8782 Enter meeting ID: 425 999 2863
    RSVP here:


    Come meet the team!
    PTSA meetings are held the 2nd Monday of every month from 6:30-7:30 p.m. via Zoom. Meetings are open to everyone. Join us in December for a Holiday Social Event during the meeting.
    Meeting ID: 881 4928 0984
    Passcode: 98108

    We Need Volunteers!
    If you have time and skills, please consider volunteering. We especially need help with the following:
    Webmaster - to update & revamp the website
    Fundraising - to brainstorm creative ideas in these socially distant times to ensure important programs continue
    Grant Writer - to apply for any grants that become available


    Sign up for sports

    Students can sign up now for athletics at and be prepared for their season. Also, WIAA has created an open coaching timeframe, Sept. 28 to Nov. 30 where student athletes can participate in controlled practices under COVID-19 restrictions and a safety plan (same as the summer). SPS facilities (like the gym) are not available, but parks department has given us use of the field. Go Eagles!

    Announcements are published every Monday. To add your announcement, email Teresa Scribner. Items must be submitted by 5 p.m. every Friday.