SHS Daily Bulletin 02/02/2022

Wednesdays (Block Periods 2, 4 & 6):

Class Period Start End
Zero Period 7:00am 7:50am
Period 2 8:00am 9:30am
Period 4 9:35am 11:05am
Period 6 11:10am 12:40pm
Grab & Go Snacks 12:40pm 12:55pm

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

Lunch Menu:

Lunch Special of the Day:

Deli Turkey and Cheese Hoagie with Multigrain Chips

SHS Sports TODAY: 

5:40pm Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Interlake @ SHS

7:15pm: Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Interlake @ SHS

Spring Sports:  Starts February 28th 

  •  Spring Sports is STARTING February 28th! Boys Soccer, Girls Fastpitch, Boys Baseball, Track & Field, Girls Badminton, Girls Golf, Girls Tennis, Girls Water Polo, and Boys & Girls LAX. NOW is the time to SIGN UP and get your paperwork completed.  Have your parents register you, fill out the registration forms at: 
  • Get your physical in if needed.  They are valid for 2 years.  Must be signed by a physician.  If you need a physical form, please see Ms. Tomlinson or download this link: sports-medical-history-physical-exam.pdf.  All sports need IMPACT testing except:  Badminton, Golf, Tennis and Track & Field.


Club Advisor Room Times
Mock Trial Mr. Hallock 216 12:40pm
Glee Club Mr. Hyde 307 1:00pm-2:00pm
Latino Heat Ms. Maldonado 308 1:30pm -3:30pm
First Robotics Ms. Herzog 143 1:30-3:00pm
Glass Club Ms. Misoda Glass Studio 1:00pm-3:00pm
HOSA Ms. Brown 356 12:45pm-1:45pm
Documentary Club Ms. Sidione 117 1:00pm-2:30pm
DECA Mr. Lebeiko 111 12:50pm-2:00pm


National Honors Society Announcement:

NHS applicants – emails regarding acceptances are occurring this week. Be sure to check your Outlook and follow through with the instructions to ensure your place in National Honor Society. Any questions, please contact Ms. Beckerman at

Leadership Announcement: 

Redhawks, Today February 2nd Leadership will hold our second monthly student body meeting. It will take place in the atrium on the first floor (by the main stairs) from 1:00-1:30 after school. We have a great agenda that will allow us to share information and gather input from you. Hope to see you all there to hear your voices!

Sophomores and Juniors!

Are you a sophomore or junior interested in Running Start next fall? Aren’t sure what that really means or where to begin? Come to our Running Start Information Session. This will be hosted through a Teams Event on Wednesday, February 16th, at 1:30. A representative from the Bellevue College Running Start Office will join us to give information and answer questions. To join the meeting, please Click Here to Join the Running Start Info Session .

Fundraiser with LGBTQ+ ALLIES Club: 

SHS LGBTQ+ALLIES Club is having an art sale on Thursday 2/3 and Friday 2/4. Featuring prints from SHS artists: Samantha Owens, Olivia Chin, Maggie Sutton, Margot (said as margo) Deburin, and Chase Dooley. We have prints, bracelets and cat ears. The Sale will take place in the lunchroom during both lunches.

Congratulations to Solo/Ensemble Choir:

Eastshore Vocal Solo/Ensemble Contest– A hearty CONGRATULATIONS to the members of the SHS Choir Program that competed at the regional Solo/Ensemble music contest this past Saturday! Students prepared pieces of music to perform for judges throughout the day at Bellevue Christian School. Of the 6 ensemble categories schools can compete in, SHS qualified for State (1st place) in 4!! They also placed 3rd in a 5th category, putting SHS top 3 in the region for 5 of the 6 vocal ensemble categories!!

Congrats also to David Nicolle and Sophie England for placing top 3 in their vocal solo categories!!

Congrats to the competitors at regional contest this past weekend!! State qualifiers will go on to compete and represent our school and region at the State contest on Friday, April 29th, at Central Washington University!!

Key Club Clothing Drive: 

Redhawks, do you have extra clothing you don’t wear anymore, or clothes you have outgrown? Key Club will be running a clothing drive for Jubilee Reach from Monday, January 31st to Friday, February 4th. Items should be new or gently used – winter clothes like jackets, warm socks, and gloves are most needed. We will have a table for donations by the office every morning from 7:30-8am and after school on Wednesday between 12:50 and 1:20pm.

PTSA Fundraiser for Class of 2023: 

MOD it up with Class of 2023

This Thursday (2/3) all day go to MOD Pizza (14309 NE 20th St.) to get some awesome pizza with your friends! 20% of your purchase will be donated to the Class of 2023 PTSA to support grad night. See you there to support the Junior class! For dine in and take out. Tell them at counter you are there to support Sammamish Class of 2023 or order online and use fundraiser code FU GR185937S

Notes from the Accountant (Ms. Healy –

Yearbook needs your photos!  Send all photos to  

  1. Class collages- photos of you and others from the same grade. Include names of everyone in the photo. We really need Freshman and Sophomore photos! 
  2. Pets- Photo with you and your pet. Include your pets name and breed 
  3. Redhawk Rides- If you have a valid parking pass, Submit a photo of you and your vehicle-Include the Make/Model/Year of your vehicle 
  4. SHS Siblings-Photo of you and your sibling (all must attend SHS)

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

Upcoming Events & Deadlines:

  • Interested in going to BC in the fall? Bellevue College is hosting a registration event in the library on Wednesday, February 2nd from 1-2pm.
  • Hispanic College Foundation is offering a free bilingual virtual College 101 event on Feb. 5th. Registration is required.
  • BSD 2022 Virtual College Conference is on Wednesday, Feb. 9th from 6-8pm. Registration is not required to attend.
  • Want to earn volunteer hours? Wheel Lab is seeking help with bike rebuilds, sales & event coordinating. No previous skills required.
  • Looking for a job? Check out our virtual jobs board.
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.