SHS Daily Bulletin 03/03/2022

Thursdays (Block Periods 0, 1, 3, 5 & 7):

Class Period Start End
Zero Period 7:00am 7:50am
Period 1 8:00am 9:30am
Period 3 9:35am 11:15am
Period 5a 11:20am 12:50pm
1st Lunch 11:20am 11:50am
Period 5b 11:55am 1:25pm
2nd Lunch 12:55pm 1:25pm
Period 7 1:30pm 3:00pm
Tutorial 3:00pm 3:30pm

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:

  • Breakfast for Lunch: Waffles with Pork Sausages or Scrambled Eggs



Club Advisor Room Times
Art Club Ms. Cochran 306 3:30pm-4:30 pm
LGBTQ+ Allies Mr. Ryan 227 3:30pm-4:30 pm
Speech and Debate Mr. Jablon 312 3:30pm
JSA Mr. Magendanz 112 3:30pm
Key Club Ms. Rosenburg 328 3:30pm
SOAR Ms. Goodrich 315 3:30pm
STEM Club Ms. Neshyba 332 3:30pm-4:00pm
Latino Heat Ms. Maldonado 117 3:30pm-5:00pm
UNICEF Club Ms. Combs 218 3:30pm-4:30pm

Congratulations SHS Gymnastics:

Congratulations to the Sammamish Gymnastics team who, with a team score of 175.45 beat Lake Washington and Ballard who took 2nd and 3rd. This year’s team is the first ever to win KingCo, Districts and State as well as the Academic award all in the same year. Shout out to the 8 girls who competed at these post season meets, Ella Bowers (senior), Micah Laughary (junior), Emi Bender (junior), Aiko Hirai (junior), Shannon MacDonald (junior), Seema Borgmann (sophomore), Ciaoneu Lafuente (sophomore) and Sophie Nguyen(sophomore).  

  • Helping the team get to first there were notable achievements: 

     Micah Laughary – 1st on bars, 2nd on beam and 3rd all around  

    Seema Borgmann – 1st on bars 1st all around being named State Champion  

    Way to go girls! 

PTSA Fundraiser for Class of 2023:

Red Robin March 3rd to support Class of 2023

Fundraiser night at Red Robin 5-9pm on Thursday, March 3, to support Class of 2023 Grad Night PTSA Fundraising Committee! Grab friends, teammates, family for dine in or take out!

  1. Start your order at select the Redmond location (off 148th)
  2. Once in the menu, go to the category labeled “Fundraisers”.
  3. Open “Spirit Night (To-Go) Fundraiser”.
  4. Add  Sammamish High School Class of 2023 PTSAto the Special Instructions in the Spirit Night item, then add it to cart.
  5. Add your meal items then check out.
  6. Arrive at Red Robin, pull into a designated curbside spot where available and call the phone number on the sign. Our Team Members will bring your order to your car.

For Dine-In, simply inform your server that you are there for your organization’s fundraiser (Sammamish High School Class of 2023 PTSA).

Registration for 2022-2023 School Year:

Registration for the 2022-2023 school year start now!  All registration information is posted on our Registration & Planning Website so check it out for details.

  • Course Request forms will be delivered next week.
  • All students will meet 1 on 1 with their counselor during scheduled times.
  • Start thinking about what classes you want to take next year!

Eastside Youth Coalition Presents GET YOUR COLLEGE ON!


This virtual event is in partnership with THE BELLEVUE SCHOOL DISTRICT

Join Us For A Panel Discussion Of Enlightenment And Power with Phenomenal Black Bellevue School District Alumni!

 Panel Moderators:

Shomari Jones, Director of Equity & Strategic Engagement, Bellevue School District

Kevin Henry, Communications Specialist, Journalist, Host of Voices of Diversity, 91.3 KBCS


Topic: Eastside Youth Coalition & Bellevue School District’s Black Alumni Panel

Time: Mar 8, 2022 06:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting



Sammamish Winter Olympics 

Sammamish will be hosting our very own Sammamish Winter Olympics from March 1st to 3rd!

  •  There will be a Ping-Pong and Spike Ball tournament in the lower gym on Thursday. All events are free to play and free to watch. There will be concession stands, so make sure you bring cash!
  • The winners from all the events get bragging rights and will be announced over the announcements. Come and show your athleticism!

Quote for the week:

​​“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” 

  •  Eleanor Roosevelt

Notes from the Librarian (Ms. Miller-

SHS Library News:

SHS Library Closures:

  • Thursday, March 3rd: Library will be closed all day for testing. Please plan your lunch break in the cafeteria today. Thanks!

Friendly Reminders:

  • As a safety precaution, ALL students must sign in & out of the library, including those with an open period, running start schedule or travel period. Students must have a pass from class and show it to library staff. The sign in sheet is located on the counter by the main doors. If you need to take a quick break, please ask for a shiny, new hall pass from Mrs. Miller.
  • Return your library materials in a timely fashion so that other students and staff members can also borrow them! Check our inbox for an overdue notice. You can simply reply to Mrs. Miller to request to renew your Item for an additional 3 weeks.
  • Do you eat lunch in the library?
    • Be considerate and do NOT knock on the south exit doors to enter the library. Enter through the main doors to keep disruptions at a minimum. Did you know we have…
      • students who regularly attend their running start classes online in the library?
      • staff members working in the office by the south exit doors?
      • testing, classes, events & meetings scheduled in the library?
    • Remember to do our part! Wipe down your space, throw away your trash, return your chair back to where you found it, and mask up when you’re done eating.
    • Students will be asked to leave if they are not following these expectations for the library.

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

Upcoming Events & Deadlines:

    • Attend the virtual March Career Talks to learn about careers in business, marking & hospitality. This event is happening on March 9th from 1:30-2:30pm
    • Want to participate in paid community service projects over the summer? Check out:  Teens in Public Service (TIPS)
    • Do you need help finding a scholarship or applying for financial aid? Make an appointment with Ms. López-Kopp
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.