Sammamish High School
Todays Class Schedule
Period 0: 7:00 – 7:55
Period 1: 8:00 – 9:10
Period 2: 9:15 – 9:30
Period 3: 9:35 – 10:45
Student Training: 10:45 – 11:10
Lunch: 11:10 – 11:50
Period 4: 11:55 – 12:10
Period 5: 12:15 – 1:25
Period 6: 1:30 – 1:45
Period 7: 1:50 – 3:00
WORD OF THE DAY!
|Systemic||(adjective) relating to a system, especially as opposed to a particular part.|
Italian Meatballs, Penne Pasta and Garlic Bread
ANNOUNCEMENTS & REMINDERS
World Language Credit at Sammamish HS on March 25th& April 1st!
High school students can earn up to 4 credits for a Language that They Already Know
This test is for World Language credit, so it is about language learning and it’s focusing on basic reading, writing, speaking and listening.
NEW – Online Self-Assessment
Click here to use the self-assessment to determine:
- If the WLCC test is appropriate
- Which test you should choose
- A prediction (only a prediction) of how many credits you might receive
World Language Credit Program provides these opportunities for students:
– To honor and validate students’ first language and the languages of their families
– To provide opportunities for fluent and literate speakers to receive high school credit for their knowledge of these languages.
– Students who earn 4 credits also automatically earn the Seat of Bi-Literacy.
– To open up opportunities for students to access core subject credits required for graduation (This is a significant opportunity for ELL students who enter the – U.S. high school system mid-year or with limited core subject credits.)
– To prepare bilingual students for future career opportunities in private industry and to meet government needs for skilled bilingual speakers.
– To motivate students to take advanced courses in their heritage languages at their schools, in college or at ethnic community centers.
The ACTFL-aligned proficiency assessments are provided by commercial testing companies that give nationally-normed results. To meet the needs of all the languages in our community, we use six different testing companies. This causes wide variations in cost.
The testing is free for students who qualify for fee waivers
- $25: STAMP4S
- $30: STAMP4S Handwritten
- $50: WorldSpeak
- $132: ALTA
- $180: WAFLT Custom Test (For languages not tested by the others testing companies)
For further information: https://bsd405.org/departments/curriculum/world-language/competency-credits/ or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For registration: http://www.cvent.com/d/lyq8lr
Registrations will end on March 11th & March 18th
All proceeds to benefit Animals affected by the
Stickers are for sale at Ms. Healy’s window for $1 with all proceeds going to a
Wildlife Hospital in Australia to help animals affected by the Australian Wildfires.
2020 Grad Party Update
We have added a 4th bus – color green.
Reminder: bus assignments do not occur until payment and paperwork has been received in full. If you have not received an email confirmation, we are missing something from you – either payment or paperwork. Scholarships are available to eligible students through the counseling office. Registration forms are also available in the office.
$155 February 15 – April 10, 2020 (spring break)
$175 April 11 – May 31, 2020
Complete your registration and payment!
- Refer to http://sammamishtotems.weebly.com/class-of-2020.html for required forms and on-line payment.
- Complete the ’Registration Form’, the ‘Party Agreement Form’ and ‘Emergency Care Plan’ (if applicable).
- Pay fee by check, cash or online. Checks and forms can be mailed or dropped off at the school office. (Look for the PTSA mailbox).
- Once forms and payment are received, watch for your confirmation email and bus assignment.
- Tickets are non-refundable.
- Questions? Contact email@example.com.
Senior Cap and Gown Information
Attention Seniors! Cap and Gown sales are happening now through Sammamish High School’s Jostens site.
**There are many packages available. If all you are interested in is a cap and gown only there is a $50 option. Be patient, you must click several times to find this option
Clubs and Organizations News
SHS Black Student Union Shirts
Black Student Union shirts are now on sale at the accountants office! Any student or staff member can purchase a BSU shirt and support our SHS Black Student Union! They are $20 and available through next Friday!
The SHS EnACT team will be hosting an Environmental Sticker Design Contest
The SHS EnACT team will be hosting an Environmental Sticker Design Contest where any Sammamish student may submit a sticker design that includes an environmental theme. The top two winners will have their sticker available for purchase at the Accountants Office, where 70% of the profits will go to an environmental organization of their choosing.
Environmental Sticker Design Contest Details
Theme: Design must include an environmental theme (which could mean addressing an environmental topic or simply including an animal or natural landscape).
Sticker Size: Round 1.5 inches
Sticker Info: Stickers will be compostable/recyclable
Please email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org in a .jpg or .png file no later than March 13th at 5pm.
March 02nd – March 13th: Accepting Sticker Design Submissions
March 16th – March 20th: Vote
March 23rd – March 27th: Finals Vote
Please contact the club advisers for more information.
Rm 318Every 2nd and 4th Tue
|Hot Glass Club
Hot Glass StudioFirst and last Wed of each month
3:30 – 4:30 pm
Ms. Neshyba/ Ms.Larson
|Hip Hop Club
3:00 – 4:00 pm
RmEvery other Wed.
3:00 – 4:30 pm
|Hip Hop Club
Students of the World Club
1:00 – 2:00pm
Mock Trial Club
3:30 – 4:30pm
|Tabletop Gaming Club
Rm 229Every other Tuesday 3:30-5:30 pm
The S.T.A.R.S. club
Every other week at 1:30 pm
Rm3rd Thursday of each month
|Asian American Pacific Islander Club
Jubilee Reach Homework Help
Rm 319Every other Tuesday
|LGBTQ+ and Allies Club
Rm 2273:30-4:30 pm
First and Third Thursday
Phantom Lake Needs Volunteers
Phantom Lake is hosting a Science Fair on Thursday, April 2nd from 5:30- 8:00 PM. They are looking for 11 Students to help. If interested contact Carrie Lascano @ email@example.com;
Spiritridge Elementary has two big events coming up – Need Volunteers!
On April 5th we have our 50th Anniversary celebration. We would love to have a slide show presentation. We need photos from the year book scanned. I imagine it will take 2-3 hours of photo scanning at your convenience.
We also need some data entry volunteers. I have a number of names that need to be entered into our new database so we can send out the invites. This can also be done on your own time-I imagine it will take 3-4 hours.
We are looking for volunteers to help set up the event. This will be just setting up tables and decorating. Only about an hour of your time.
On June 12th, We have our annual school Carnival which is a anticipated event of the year. We are in the planning stages now and would love students who love to throw a family friendly party. We need volunteers to help plan, set up and run this event.
Please email me or give me a call or text.
Amy Nagaichouk Spiritridge PTSA President 206-853-5683
Juniors & Seniors want to be a Camp Counselor?
Are you interested in being a Camp Counselor or Camp Orkila and recieving community hours at the same time? Tyee Middle School is looking for students to volunteers as camp counselors for their 6th Grade Outdoor Education Camp @ Camp Orkila during the week of May 18-22. The application and information letter is available on the Student Sharepoint Site. The link for the application is below. Be sure to select “Tyee” as your desired camp program:
To be a camp counselor for Tyee Middle School’s 6th Grade OEE Camp at Camp Orkila! Please CAREFULLY read this letter, check your activities and calendar. If the training dates and camp dates work for you and your family, please apply!
- On-line applications must be completed and submitted by Friday, APRIL 10th
- Discipline and attendance records, first semester grades and mid- second semester grades (as of April 10th) will be reviewed by your school administration.
- Small group format interviews will be held the week of APRIL 20th at Tyee Middle School room 2209.
- We will select counselors based on application clearance (by school administration), interview results and the needs of our 6th grade class.
- All applicants will be notified of our selection by Friday, APRIL 24th
- Mandatory Training #1: Wednesday, APRIL 29th 2:30 to 4:30 at Tyee Middle School
- Mandatory Training #2, Wednesday, MAY 6th 2:30 to 4:30 at Tyee Middle School
- Mandatory Training #3: Monday, May 18th 8:00 to 3:00 (at which you will also meet your cabin group!):
- CAMP ORKILA! May 19 through May 22. (you will return to Tyee on the 22nd between 12-1 pm)
Camp Counselors will receive 10 community service hours after successfully completing the three mandatory training sessions. In addition, counselors will receive 40 community service hours after successfully completing camp.
Jubilee Reach Middle School Coach Volunteers Needed!
Do you love basketball or soccer? Have you wanted a fun opportunity to earn community service hours? Well, then you should volunteer at Bellevue Middle Schools as a Jubilee REACH coach or ref for their basketball and soccer teams this Spring. Practices start the week of March 23rd and end the week of June 3rd. Questions? Come by the Sammamish Jubilee REACH office in Room 211 or email Erika or Warren (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com) for more information.
Let me know if you have questions!
Erika Dull Jubilee Reach Site Coach
SHS Library Events This Week:
New Graphic Novels: CHECK ‘EM OUT:
Check out our NEW graphic novels. Our Bellevue School Foundations Donors totally rock!
· SPANISH LANGUAGE MATERIALS: Thank you WEA-Sammamish UniServ Council for funding te purchase of new Spanish language materials.
- Check your emails for any overdue notices. Please return your library materials in a timely fashion. You may request to RENEW your library materials for another 3 weeks, unless someone has placed a hold on your item.
- No food/drinks allowed in the library. Please enjoy your food & beverages in the cafeteria. Thanks for your cooperation!
- The Library porch area outside the library remains closed during class time. Feel free to study inside the library. Remember to sign in & out!
- ALL students must sign in & out of the library at the circulation counter. This includes any students with an OPEN period or travel period. Students who are sent to the library MUST have a signed library pass. Attendance will be verified.
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