SHS Daily Bulletin 10/11/2021

Bell Schedule Today:

Class Period Start End
Zero Period 7:00am 7:50am
Period 1 8:00am 8:50am
Period 2 8:55am 9:50am
Period 3 9:55am 10:45am
Period 4 10:50am 11:40am
Period 5a 11:45am 12:35pm
1st Lunch 11:45am 12:15pm
Period 5b 12:20pm 1:10pm
2nd Lunch 12:40pm 1:10pm
Period 6 1:15pm 2:05pm
Period 7 2:10pm 3:00pm
Tutorial 3:00pm 3:30pm

Access the printable bell schedule here!

Need to know what lunch you have? Check out the lunch assignments, based on your 5th period class here!

Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

Cinnamon Roll

Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Cheese Croissant

Lunch Special of the Day:

Chicken Alfredo with Penne Pasta and Wheat Roll

Vegetarian Alfredo with Penne Pasta and Wheat Roll

SHS Clubs Meeting Today:

Club Advisor Room Times
Campus Connect Mr. Eng 128 3:00pm – 4:00pm
Journalism Club Mr. Leffler 611 3:05pm – 3:30pm
First Robotics Ms. Herzog 143 3:30pm – 5:00pm
Speech & Debate Mr. Jablon 312 3:30pm
BSU Ms. Goodrich 315 3:30pm – 4:00pm


SHS Athletics Events Today:

Time Sport Level VS. Location
5:15pm Volleyball C Jackson HS SHS
5:15pm Volleyball JV Jackson HS SHS
7:00pm Volleyball Varsity Jackson HS SHS
7:00pm Girls Soccer JVC Mercer Island SHS

Calling all artist, class of 2024 needs your help:

We would like to open up submissions for RedHawks Hoodie Design! Please send your designs to Ms. Maldonado at  throughout the week!

Notes from the Librarian (Ms. Miller-

SHS Library News:

SHS Library closures this week: Whenever there is a class or meeting in the library, students with open periods (or students who have a pass from class) should sign in and quietly be seated at the west end of the library, facing the interior hallway. Thanks for your cooperation!

  • Wednesday, 10/13/21: Library will be CLOSED after school for monthly staff meeting.

Read something spooky! New books listed on our SPOOKY READS FOR FALL display. Cozy up with these haunted horror and mystery books. Search for books & place holds through Destiny Discover, our online catalog! We have more new books coming! Stay tuned!

Any questions? Contact Ms. Miller, SHS Library Specialist. Happy Reading!

LGBTQ+ and Allies Club: 

Good morning Red Hawks!! Did you know that October is LGBTQ+ history month? Today is national coming out day. Whether or not you decide to take this opportunity to tell someone close to you, remember to celebrate who you are, and those in your life who had the courage to do so. If you’re looking for a safe space with people to support you, come to the SHS LGBTQ+ and Allies meetings on Thursdays in room 227 from 3:30-4:30. Thank you!

World Language Competency Credit (WLCC) Exam is 10/20/2021:

The World Language Competency Credit (WLCC) Exam is scheduled for Wednesday, October 20th, after school in the Library. This test is for World Language credit for graduation and focuses on reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Please register for the exam here by Friday, October 8th. For more information visit the WLCC Website.

Students Helping Students Mentoring:

Are you looking for community service hours? Do you want to help younger students succeed in middle school? We are looking for high school mentors to work with students that need a little extra help at Tillicum Middle School. Bilingual mentors are especially needed, but anyone who is patient and good with younger kids is encouraged to apply. Please reach out to Maya Gheewala ( with questions or for application information.

The SAT is Coming to SHS on 10/28/2021:

Juniors & Seniors!

Did you know that there is an SAT test during the school day on October 28th? Well, there is, and you will be automatically registered for it UNLESS you opt out using the survey link that was sent to you via email Friday afternoon.

If you do not wish to take the SAT, please complete this survey as soon as possible.

Youth Eastside Services is here: 

Youth Eastside Services is here to support you. Offering Substance Abuse Counseling and Mental Health Counseling in Confidential environment.  Taking place here at school. To receive our support  there is two ways see your counselor and ask to be referred to YES or Come see  Jen Klee  after School during my drop in hours  Tuesday  3pm – 4:30pm in  room 313 after school.  You can find me on TEAMS @ Jennifer Klee . or email me at

Notes from the Accountant (Ms. Healy –

2021/2022 Yearbooks On Sale Now:

2021/2022 Yearbooks are open for purchase now through Friday, October 15th, at the early bird price of $40.00 each. Prices go up to $50.00 after that and will not be available to purchase again until December. Make sure to order online at! We still have extra 2020/2021 Yearbooks available for purchase at $50.00 each, please come to the Accounting window to purchase one of these.

2021/2022 ASB Card:

Paying the $75.00 ASB fee will allow you to attend all home sporting events for FREE! If you’re purchasing ASB, after 09/30/2021, please bring your Student ID to me, so I can add the ASB sticker on your card. The ASB fee can also be paid online at

Notes from the College & Career Advisor (Ms. Lopez-Kopp –

College Visits This Week:

*Registration is not required. For the full list of colleges visiting, please use Naviance. If you have questions regarding college visits, please email Ms. Lopez-Kopp (

Architecture, Construction, Engineering (ACE) Mentor Program – To learn about the free afterschool program click here!

Upcoming Events & Deadlines:

Hawk Health – Slow Down & Watch Out:

When traveling to school by car, bike, or foot, please be courteous and watch out for other travelers sharing the road/sidewalk with you. If on bicycle, please use bike lanes, where appropriate, and be sure to let walking pedestrians know you are approaching. While driving, please watch out for pedestrians crossing the street and do not speed through our parking lot.

We appreciate you looking out for one another on your way to and from school, as does your peers and our community. Thank you!

The Bellevue School District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.