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    News From the Nest: Nov. 4-8, 2019
    Posted on 11/04/2019
    A bald eagle overlooks Boeing field.

    Nov. 4-8, 2019


    LUNCH MENU

    MONDAY: N/A
    TUESDAY: N/A
    WEDNESDAY: N/A
    THURSDAY: N/A
    FRIDAY: N/A

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


    SAVE THE DATES

    Wednesday, Nov. 6 - End of Quarter 1; 10th Grade Field Trip
    Thursday, Nov. 7 - 10th Grade Othello Trials Begin (See below)
    Monday, Nov. 11 - Veterans Day (NO SCHOOL)
    Thursday, Nov. 14 - Financial Aid and College Application Night
    Monday, Nov. 18 - PTSA Meeting
    Saturday, Nov. 23 - Student-Led Conferences Begin (See below)
    Wednesday, Nov. 27 - NO SCHOOL for students (SLCs)
    Nov. 28-29 - Thanksgiving Break (NO SCHOOL)


    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
    Biology - Room 2122
    Computer Science – Room 1172 – 3:45-4:45

    Thursday
    Algebra 1 and Geometry - Room 1109
    Algebra 2 and Above - Room 1110
    Spanish - Room 2150

    Questions? See Mr. Logan in Room 1137


    ANNOUNCEMENTS

    GET YOUR FLU SHOT
    Attention Students: Flu Shots are now available in the Teen Health Center which is located in Building 2 Room 2060. GET THE FLU SHOT BEFORE THE FLU GETS YOU!

    AP EXAM FEES DUE!
    AP Students: Please pay for your AP exams by Nov. 5 (tomorrow) at 3:45 pm. Failure to do so will result in your exam being cancelled. See Ms. Kekuna in room 1141 if you have any questions or concerns. 

    10th GRADE FIELD TRIP
    All 10th grade students will have the opportunity to go on a field trip to tour one of six different STEM-related worksites around King County through a partnership with the Road Map Project. Students will be matched to visit a worksite based on their career interests and will tour either Expedia, Zillow, Sound Transit, Kaiser Permanente, Cambia Health or King County Airport. Students will meet in the cafeteria at 8:45 a.m. and will return during 7th period.

    TRIAL OF THE CENTURY
    The 10th grade will be putting on the annual Othello Trials project on Thursday, Nov. 7 and Friday, Nov. 8 in their Humanities classes. Teachers are looking for community members to serve on the juries for these cases. No previous Shakespeare, Othello, or legal knowledge or experience is required (just like real jury duty)! Trials will take place over two days. If you are at all available to serve on a jury for the following times, please contact one of the 10th grade Humanities teachers below.

    Thursday, Nov. 7 AND/OR Friday, Nov.8 
    8:45-10:10 a.m.
    12:40-2:05 p.m.
    2:10-3:35 p.m.

    Contact Rebecca Williams LeachRachel EvansAna-Claudia Magana to participate.

    THANKS FOR YOUR SERVICE
    There will be no school on Monday, Nov. 11, in honor of Veterans Day. A huge thanks to all those who have served or are currently serving in our armed forces.

    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/

    HELP IS ON THE WAY
    Running Start students can sign up ASAP in the Library for help with research papers! American Government papers are due Nov. 12.

    GET READY FOR STUDENT-LED CONFERENCES
    SLCs are a chance for students to reflect on their learning and present to their family members about their progress. It is also a chance for family members, advisors, and teachers to work in partnership. All students are required to complete an SLC. Parents/guardians can sign up for a time slot through their student's advisory teacher. There will be three opportunities to do so: Saturday, Nov. 23; Monday, Nov, 25; or Wednesday, Nov. 27.


    INFORMATION FOR SENIORS

    SAT PREP PROGRAM FOR SENIORS
    Seniors have the opportunity to get help preparing for the SAT. An ECHO class will have all the resources if you must miss some or all of the sessions. Students can sign up for the class in ECHO by enrolling in course code tkk156. All sessions will be held in room 1137

    Date Time Topic
    Tuesday, Nov. 5 3:45 - 5 p.m. Math Prep
    Thursday, Nov. 7 3:45 - 5 p.m.  Reading/Writing Prep
    Wednesday, Nov. 13 2:30 - 5 p.m.  Math and Reading/Writing Prep
    Saturday, Nov. 23  9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Whole Practice Test
    Monday, Nov. 25  3:45 - 5 p.m.   Practice Test Review
    Tuesday, Dec. 3  3:45 - 5 p.m.   Math Prep 
    Thursday, Dec. 5  3:45 - 5 p.m.  Reading/Writing Prep 

    Email Logan Reichert with any questions.

    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


    ATHLETICS

    LAST WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS

    picture of the boys ultimate frisbee team with medals

    BOYS ULTIMATE FRISBEE: Congratulations to the Ultimate Frisbee team, who beat the Northwest School, 15-8, to win the DiscNW State Championship. This is the first time a school from the south end has won in the men’s league! 

    VOLLEYBALL: The team took the win over Rainier Beach on Friday night to continue into the playoffs. They play at Eastside Catholic Tuesday night at 7 p.m.

    GIRLS SWIM: Vicki Ly, Kathryn Soria, and Zoe Hong all qualified for districts this coming weekend! We also have 3 relays moving onto to districts. So 8 swimmers total moving on to districts. Way to go Eagles!

    FOOTBALL: Cleveland held on tight against Bishop Blanchet in the first half Friday night, but Blanchet’s 80-man roster outlasted the Eagles. Football finishes their season with a 5-3 record.

    SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

    SIGN UP FOR WINTER & SPRING SPORTS
    Sports registration has gone DIGITAL! All athletes are encouraged to sign up for winter and spring sports online NOW! Go to www.clevelandeagles.org to create your athletic profile. Once complete, you will not need to sign up every season!

    BASKETBALL: Tryouts begin Nov. 18. Register at the above link.

    GIRLS BOWLING: There will be a team interest meeting on Nov. 5, in room 2119 after school. See Lynda Hoang if you have any questions. 

    ULTIMATE FRISBEE (COED): The coed winter league will meet on Thursday, Nov. 7, after school in the auditorium. 


    CLUB MEETINGS

    MIND YOUR BUSINESS
    Do you need to earn service hours? Do you want more leadership opportunities? Join the Business Club and be a part of operating the student store. For more information, email the club leaders at clevelandbusinessclub@gmail.com. Join their Remind group by texting 81010 @chsbc19-20.

    JOIN THE GSA
    The GSA or Gender and Sexuality Alliance, is a group of students who either identify as LGBTQ, who have LGBTQ friends and family, or those who would like to be an ALLY. Everyone is welcome! The GSA meets every Friday in Room 1335, Mr. Gandy's classroom, every Friday during 1st lunch. This Friday, the group will be holding a special after school social with a movie and pizza. Come to the meeting this week to find out more!


    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) Announcements will be emailed to students every Monday during Advisory.