• Daily Bulletin
    Thursday, January 19, 2017

    FREE Legal Services
    The City of Seattle will offer FREE legal services and information for immigrant and refugee families on January 20th from 12-6pm near downtown Seattle (300 Mercer Street, Seattle, WA 98109). See the counseling office for more details or look for fliers around the school.
    La ciudad de Seattle va a ofrecer una noche de servicios jurídicos gratis. La noche va a tener información para emigrantes, refugiados y sus familias. La noche de información es el 20 de enero entre las horas de mediodía hasta las seis de la noche. Si tenga preguntas o les gustaría más información hablan con su consejero(a) o con su asistente director, Señor Rencher

    Call for Submissions!
    The Hazen Players are still looking for your Grimm's Fairy Tales adaptations for the Spring Production. See Mr. Crueger in Room 214 for details.

    This year Hazen will be hosting our first ever Inter High Event on Thursday, January 26th!
    Instead of our usual winter dance, we will be hosting Renton High School, Lindbergh, and SLC for a dance, games and much more! Inter High is a great way to meet other students in our district. Ticket prices are $7 with ASB and $10 without!

    Students, did you pick up a Year-Long Course Change form from your counselor?
    Remember, TOMORROW, Friday, Jan. 20th is the DEADLINE to turn your completed form back in to your counselor. No requests to come out of a Year-Long class will be considered after Friday, Jan. 20th.

    Lunch Today
    Mandarin Orange Chicken Rice Bowl with Veggie Spring Roll, Chicken Tenders with Garlic Toast, and Garden Salad with Chicken

    ATHLETICS
    Tartan Strength and Conditioning has started this week. This is a 8 week program designed to improve strength, speed, and mental toughness. Any student, girl or boy, 9th grade thru 12th can join us. We offer two workout sessions for your convenience. Registration is $100, see Coach Warrior for more information.

    Spring Athletes You will be able to start your clearing process on February 1st during lunches and after school until 2:30pm. Do you know what you need?
    1-If it’s your first sport, you need a physical. These can be found by the letterman’s jacket in the main office.
    2-Everyone needs to register for Family ID (bring your receipt).
    3-Everyone needs an ASB card (have your card or your bring your receipt).
    4-No fines or detention hours (get these cleared up now!)
    If you meet these requirements you’ll be able to start clearing on February 1st. See Ms. Molnar if you have questions.

    Anyone interested in playing Fastpitch this Spring there will be a meeting Friday morning, January 20th in the Career Center 8:20-8:40am.

    On Saturday, Hazen will Take Down Pancreatic Cancer! This is a charity event that will feature some of the best teams in the state. Doors open at 8am, Wrestling will begin at 9am! Come join us!

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Tomorrow
    Come to Highlander Club Friday the 20th in the commons after school at 2:15pm. Have fun with friends and play games! Wear spirit gear this Friday to show your Hazen High pride!

    2 weeks worth of old news will be left here, incase you missed something

    Daily Bulletin
    Wednesday, January 18, 2017

    There’s a Senate meeting Today (3rd period) in the Lecture Hall!

    This year Hazen will be hosting our first ever Inter High Event on Thursday, January 26th!
    Instead of our usual winter dance, we will be hosting Renton High School, Lindbergh, and SLC for a dance, games and much more! Inter High is a great way to meet other students in our district. Today is the last day to get tickets for $5 with ASB and $7 without ASB. Starting tomorrow, prices go up to $7 with ASB and $10 without, so get yours soon!

    Tartan Strength and Conditioning has started this week
    This is a 8 week program designed to improve strength, speed, and mental toughness. Any student, girl or boy, 9th grade thru 12th can join us. We offer two workout sessions for your convenience. Registration is $100, see Coach Warrior, or click HERE.

    Congratulations to our PTSA Reflections Award recipients!
    In the category of Visual Arts, 3rd place goes to Lili Richert, 2nd place goes to Junghwa Cho and 1st place to Vivian McPherson! Placing 1st in photography is Anthony Sensenbach. All four participants are moving forward to PTSA State Level. Good luck!

    Schedule Changes
    Students, a few of you may be interested in requesting to change out of your Year-Long Course.
    •When you selected your year-long course for this school year, we did not save space for you anywhere else. Most classes at Hazen High School are at their enrollment limit, and therefore MOST student requests for a change out of a Year-Long Course cannot be accommodated.
    •If you do want to request changing out of your Year-Long Course, please sign up to meet with your school counselor. You will be given a form that requires your parent’s signature and your current teacher’s input & signature. You will return the form to your counselor, and the request will then go to the Principal for consideration.
    •The due date for the Year-Long Course change form is Friday, January 20th.

    Costa Rica!
    There is still room for YOU on this journey to visit volcanoes, tropical rainforests and white sand beaches. Oh, the sights you will see! See Ms. Dowd in Room 115, or check out the details on her teacher website.

    Australia and New Zealand
    It’s still more than a year away, so there is lots of time to save money, but you, too, can visit the land down under. See Ms. Dowd in Room 115 for details.

    Lunch Today
    Ravioli, Chicken Nuggets or Rings with Roll, Buffalo Chicken Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Anyone interested in playing Fastpitch this Spring there will be a meeting Friday morning, January 20th in the Career Center 8:20-8:40am.

    Hazen Wrestling takes on Kentlake at home today come out and watch the Highlanders go to battle! JV begins at 6pm, Varsity at 7:30pm! On Thursday the team will travel to Tahoma to take on the #1 ranked team in the state! If you plan to volunteer for the “Taking Down Pancreatic Cancer” tournament this Saturday, please come out to the wrestling match today for a scoring tutorial.

    On Saturday, Hazen will Take Down Pancreatic Cancer! This is a charity event that will feature some of the best teams in the state. Doors open at 8am, Wrestling will begin at 9am! Come join us!

    SENIORS
    The Jordan Bumgarner Memorial Scholarship application is now available in the Career Center. This scholarship is only offered to Hazen scholar athletes! The Renton Community Foundation is available in the Career Center. This is a local scholarship for the Renton Community! Are you interested in pursuing a degree in the STEM or Health Care field? Apply for the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship to receive up to $22,000 in scholarship!

    Daily Bulletin
    Tuesday, January 17, 2017

    The Word of the Week is Incontrovertible
    An adjective that means definitely true. Example sentence: “The police have incontrovertible evidence that she committed the crime.” Incontrovertible – W.O.W.!

    If you have forms for the school nurse today . . .
    Ask your teacher if you may immediately to go to the Health Room to turn them in!

    Hazen Robotics has struck again!
    Last Saturday at the Inter-league Championship in Tacoma, our robotics team battled 32 other schools in competition. Thanks to the quick problem solving and a pretty killer robot, Hazen Robotics finished the day with 2nd place honors. Our robotics team has consistently snuffed out the competition at all league competitions this season. This dominant effort has earned Hazen Robotics a top 5 ranking in the state of Washington and has guaranteed an invitation to the State Championship next month. Great work Hazen robotics and good luck as you prepare for the State Championship!

    Schedule Changes
    Students, a few of you may be interested in requesting to change out of your Year-Long Course. Please be aware of the following information and process:
    •When you selected your year-long course for this school year, we did not save space for you anywhere else. Most classes at Hazen High School are at their enrollment limit, and therefore MOST student requests for a change out of a Year-Long Course cannot be accommodated.
    •If you do, want to request changing out of your Year-Long Course, please sign up to meet with your school counselor. You will be given a form that requires your parent’s signature and your current teacher’s input & signature. You will return the form to your counselor, and the request will then go to the Principal for consideration.
    •The due date for the Year-Long Course change form is Friday, January 20th. No change requests will be considered after January 20th.

    The Literary Magazine’s Terrific Tumbler Tournament is almost over!
    Submit a design for our signature coffee tumblers by January 18th for a chance to have your design printed on our cups! You will win a free cup and admission to our next poetry reading. Designs must include “Hazen Lit Mag” somewhere and be no more than 2 colors.

    Costa Rica!
    There is still room for YOU on this journey to visit volcanoes, tropical rainforests and white sand beaches. Oh, the sights you will see! See Ms. Dowd in Room 115, or check out the details on her teacher website.

    Australia and New Zealand
    It’s still more than a year away, so there is lots of time to save money, but you, too, can visit the land down under. See Ms. Dowd in Room 115 for details.

    Lunch Today
    Chicken Teriyaki Rice Bowl with Veggie Spring Roll, Spicy Chicken Nuggets with Garlic Toast, and Asian Chicken Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Anyone interested in playing Fastpitch this Spring there will be a meeting Friday Morning, January 20th in the Career Center 8:20-8:40am.

    Hazen Boys' Swim and Dive Remember practice is Dryland only today. See you in the weight room at 2:15pm!

    Hazen Wrestling takes on Kentlake at home tomorrow come out and watch the Highlanders go to battle! JV begins at 6, Varsity at 7:30! On Thursday the team will travel to Tahoma to take on the #1 ranked team in the state!

    On Saturday, Hazen will Take Down Pancreatic Cancer! This is a charity event that will feature some of the best teams in the state. Doors open at 8am, Wrestling will begin at 9am! Come join us! If you plan to volunteer for the “Taking Down Pancreatic Cancer” tournament this Saturday, please come out to the wrestling match on Wednesday for a scoring tutorial.

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    No Art Club Today. We will resume Second semester, listen for the announcement in two weeks.

    Wednesday
    There's a senate meeting TOMORROW in the lecture hall during third period! Don't forget to wear professional attire! See you there.

    Members of the Feminist Club going to see Hidden Figures, meet at the Landing today for a 3:40pm showing.

    Reflections Congratulations to Junghwa Cho, Vivian McPherson, Lili Richert, and Anthony Sensenbach for advancing to state with their artwork in the PTSA Reflections program! The Awards ceremony is tonight at 7pm at KEC.

    SENIORS
    The Jordan Bumgarner Memorial Scholarship application is now available in the Career Center. This scholarship is only offered to Hazen scholar athletes! The Renton Community Foundation is available in the Career Center. This is a local scholarship for the Renton Community! Are you interested in pursuing a degree in the STEM or Health Care field? Apply for the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship to receive up to $22,000 in scholarship!

    Daily Bulletin
    Friday, January 13, 2017

    Creative Writers and Artists
    The submission deadline for the literary magazine is getting closer! Submit artwork or poetry to hazenlitmag@gmail.com by March 1st. And if you want a chance to be published in our annual Kilt insert, you must submit your work by February 8th.

    The Literary Magazine’s Terrific Tumbler Tournament is almost over!
    Submit a design for our signature coffee tumblers by January 18th for a chance to have your design printed on our cups! You will win a free cup and admission to our next poetry reading. Designs must include “Hazen Lit Mag” somewhere and be no more than 2 colors.

    It’s that time of year again, for the Vans Custom Shoe Design competition!
    Custom culture is a national High School competition using blank white canvas shoes to be customized around specific themes. Go to vans.com/customculture for rules and examples and stop by Ms. Madsen’s room 702 for design templates and themes. Designs are due by the end of February.

    Attention students who love to travel
    Are you interested in seeing London, England and Paris, France? Well, Mr. Swift and Ms. Gollegly would love for you to join them when they travel during Spring Break of next year. Please stop by Ms. G’s room- 131 to find out more information. Spots are filling up quickly and we want to have the best group for this awesome trip!

    Lunch Today
    Chicken Fettuccine, Fish Sandwich, and Chef Salad

    ATHLETICS
    If you are a student volunteer for the PANCAN event, please come out to the dual match on Wednesday against Kentlake. We will run a scoring clinic for all volunteers! Please plan to attend!

    Athletes- This is now the time to really improve those grades so that you are over the 2.0 on your first semester report card. You don’t want to have to be on mandatory study tables and tracers!

    SPRING Athletes! The first practice is February 27th. Now is the time to start making appointments for a physical if this is your first sport this year. If you’ve done a sport, you just need to register on FamilyID, make sure that you don’t have fines or detention hours, and pay the sports fee in the ASB office. We will start the clearing process on February 1st during lunches and after school until 3pm. Your choices for a spring sports are Girls Tennis, Fastpitch, Baseball, Track & Field, and Boys Soccer. Sports physical forms and instruction sheets for FamilyID are next to the letterman’s jacket in the main office. See Ms. Molnar if you have any questions. Mid-Winter break is right before the season starts, so get it going NOW!

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    Highlander Club come today at 2:15pm in the Commons for fun and a game! See you all there!

    SENIORS
    The Jordan Bumgarner Memorial Scholarship application is now available in the Career Center. This scholarship is only offered to Hazen scholar athletes! The Renton Community Foundation is available in the Career Center. This is a local scholarship for the Renton Community! Are you interested in pursuing a degree in the STEM or Health Care field? Apply for the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship to receive up to $22,000 in scholarship!

    Daily Bulletin
    Thursday, January 12 , 2017

    Inter High is Thursday, January 26th at Hazen High School!
    Inter High is a great way to meet other students in our district with a winter dance, games, and other activities. Tickets go on sale in the ASB this week: $5 with ASB and $7 without ASB. Prices go up January 19th, so get yours soon!

    Attention Hazen Artists!
    Submit your artwork for the Regional Student Art Show by Friday, January 13th. You can stop by Ms. Madsen’s room 702 for registration information and to drop off your artwork. Last year Hazen students sold their artwork and won awards! So please be sure to bring your best creative 2D or 3D artwork to represent Renton school district across the Northwest region!

    Lunch Today
    Lemongrass Rice Bowl with Veggie Spring Roll, Chicken Tenders with Garlic Toast, and Turkey Bacon Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Attention Girls! There will be a brief meeting for anyone interested in playing tennis today right after school in room 132. Hope to see you all there!

    Hazen Wrestling Girls went to Auburn last night and won 4 of 8 matches. Raven Svenson had 2 pins on the night, Georgina Gomez also won by fall! Angela Ortiz won by decision! Great job girls!

    Hazen Wrestling Boys lost 42-21 to Kent Meridian. The Highlanders won 5 of 13 matches but struggled to put bonus points on the board. Mari Wesa and Tyson Mowrey won by pin. Quan Ly won by major decision. Zach Diamante, and Liviu Chirica won by Decision. Next week the Highlanders take on Kentlake at home, and #1 ranked Tahoma on the road. Saturday the Highlanders will host the 5th annual Taking Down Pancreatic Cancer tournament! Come out and support your team! Speaking of PANCAN (Hazen’s wrestling tournament)- if you are a student volunteer for our event, please come out to the dual match on Wednesday against Kentlake. We will run a scoring clinic for all volunteers! Please attend!

    Attention all SPRING athletes! The first practice is February 27th. It is now time to start making those appointments for a physical if this is your first sport this year. If you’ve done a sport, you just need to register on FamilyID, make sure that you don’t have fines or detention hours, and pay the sports fee in the ASB office. If this will be your 3rd sport, you don’t have to pay a sports fee! We will start the clearing process on February 1st during lunches and after school until 3pm. Your choices for a spring sports are Girls Tennis, Fastpitch, Baseball, Track & Field, and Boys Soccer. Sports physical forms and instruction sheets for FamilyID are next to the letterman’s jacket in the main office. See Ms. Molnar if you have any questions. Mid-Winter break is right before the season starts, so get it going NOW!

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    Come attend the Asian Student Coalition today after school in room D203! This week we will be learning about the culture of Vietnam through interactive activities and food.

    Friday
    Come to Highlander Club this Friday at 2:15pm in the Commons for fun and a game! See you all there!

    Daily Bulletin
    Wednesday, January 11 , 2017

    This year Hazen will be hosting our first ever Inter High on Thursday, January 26th!
    Instead of our usual winter dance, we will be hosting Renton High School, Lindbergh, and SLC for a dance, games and much more! Inter High is a great way to meet other students in our district while also having our winter dance along with games and other activities. Tickets go on sale this week: $5 with ASB and $7 without ASB. Prices go up January 19th, so get yours soon!

    Attention Hazen Artists!
    Submit your artwork for the Regional Student Art Show by Friday, January 13th. You can stop by Ms. Madsen’s room 702 for registration information and to drop off your artwork. Last year Hazen students sold their artwork and won awards! So please be sure to bring your best creative 2D or 3D artwork to represent Renton school district across the Northwest region!

    It’s that time of year again, for the Vans Custom Shoe Design competition!
    Custom culture is a national High School competition using blank white canvas shoes to be customized around specific themes. Go to vans.com/customculture for rules and examples and stop by Ms. Madsen’s room 702 for design templates and themes. Designs are due by the end of February.

    Attention students who love to travel
    Are you interested in seeing London, England and Paris, France? Well, Mr. Swift and Ms. Gollegly would love for you to join them when they travel during Spring Break of next year. Please stop by Ms. G’s room- 131 to find out more information. Spots are filling up quickly and we want to have the best group for this awesome trip!

    Creative Writers and Artists – the submission deadline for the literary magazine is getting closer!
    Submit artwork or poetry to hazenlitmag@gmail.com by March 1st. And if you want a chance to be published in our annual Kilt insert, you must submit your work by February 8th.

    The Literary Magazine’s Terrific Tumbler Tournament is almost over!
    Submit a design for our signature coffee tumblers by January 18th for a chance to have your design printed on our cups! You will win a free cup and admission to our next poetry reading. Designs must include “Hazen Lit Mag” somewhere and be no more than 2 colors.

    Lunch Today
    Popcorn Chicken Mashed Potato Bowl with Roll, Chicken Nuggets or Rings with Roll, Buffalo Chicken Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Congratulations to Hazen Boys’ Swim and Dive Team freshman, Ethan Dang, for breaking the 34 year old 100 Breaststroke school record by 0.09 seconds!! He also qualified to State in 2 individual events. The team had many NPSL and District qualifying times at the Renton Tri Meet yesterday! Good job guys!!

    Girls Tennis There will be a brief meeting for anyone interested in playing tennis on Thursday right after school in room 132. Hope to see you all there!

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Next Week
    Flash Club Our next meeting will be January 17th in room 238. Our topic will be abstract photography. Bring your holiday pictures to share or email them to Ms. Atkinson for voting.

    Daily Bulletin
    Tuesday, January 10 , 2017

    The Geometry EOC will be cancelled today and re-scheduled for next Tuesday 1/17. The Algebra and Biology EOC testing will occur as scheduled. Please remember to note when and where you are testing on the ASB or Attendance bulletin windows.

    This year Hazen will be hosting our first ever Inter High - January 26 - 7:30-10:30 am!
    Instead of our usual winter dance, we will be hosting Renton High School, Lindbergh, and SLC for a dance, games and much more! Inter High is a great way to meet other students in our district while also having our winter dance along with games and other actives. Tickets go on sale this week: $5 with ASB and $7 without ASB. Prices go up January 19th, so get yours soon!

    Attention Hazen Artists!
    Submit your artwork for the Regional Student Art Show by Friday, January 13th. You can stop by Ms. Madsen’s room 702 for registration information and to drop off your artwork. Last year Hazen students sold their artwork and won awards! So please be sure to bring your best creative 2D or 3D artwork to represent Renton school district across the Northwest region!

    It’s that time of year again, for the Vans Custom Shoe Design competition!
    Custom culture is a national High School competition using blank white canvas shoes to be customized around specific themes. Go to vans.com/customculture for rules and examples and stop by Ms. Madsen’s room 702 for design templates and themes. Designs are due by the end of February.

    The Literary Magazine’s Terrific Tumbler Tournament is almost over!
    Submit a design for our signature coffee tumblers by January 18th for a chance to have your design printed on our cups! You will win a free cup and admission to our next poetry reading. Designs must include “Hazen Lit Mag” somewhere and be no more than 2 colors.

    Lunch Today
    Orange Chicken Rice Bowl w/ Spring Roll, Spicy Chicken Nuggets with Garlic Toast, and Asian Chicken Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Attention Girls! There will be a brief meeting for anyone interested in playing tennis on Thursday right after school in room 132. Hope to see you all there!

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    The Feminist Club will be meeting today at 2:15pm to discuss the movie Big Eyes. Meet in Ms. Menaul’s room (218).

    FBLA members, today, January 10th there is a mandatory meeting for all those competing at Winter Conference. All competitors must be in attendance. The meeting will be at 2:15pm in the Activity Room.

    Next Week
    Flash Club Our next meeting will be January 17th in room 238. Our topic will be abstract photography. Bring your holiday pictures to share or email them to Ms. Atkinson for voting.

    Creative Writers and Artists – the submission deadline for the literary magazine is getting closer! Submit artwork or poetry to hazenlitmag@gmail.com by March 1st. And if you want a chance to be published in our annual Kilt insert, you must submit your work by February 8th.

    SENIORS
    Senior Grad Night t-shirt design contest! Submit your design by Friday, January 13th for a $25 gift card, more details are in the main office.

    Daily Bulletin
    Monday, January 9 , 2017

    The word of the week is Tenuous
    A situation or relationship that is tenuous is weak, uncertain, or likely to change. Example sentence: He had put himself in a very tenuous situation by doing a handstand at the edge of a cliff. Tenuous – W.O.W.!

    This year Hazen will be hosting our first ever Inter High!
    Instead of our usual winter dance, we will be hosting Renton High School, Lindbergh, and SLC for a dance, games and much more! Inter High is a great way to meet other students in our district while also having our winter dance along with games and other actives. Tickets go on sale this week: $5 with ASB and $7 without ASB. Prices go up January 19th, so get yours soon!

    Creative Writers and Artists
    The submission deadline for the literary magazine is getting closer! Submit artwork or poetry to hazenlitmag@gmail.com by March 1st. And if you want a chance to be published in our annual Kilt insert, you must submit your work by February 8th.

    The Literary Magazine’s Terrific Tumbler Tournament is almost over!
    Submit a design for our signature coffee tumblers by January 18th for a chance to have your design printed on our cups! You will win a free cup and admission to our next poetry reading. Designs must include “Hazen Lit Mag” somewhere and be no more than 2 colors.

    Lunch Today
    Enchiladas with Spanish Rice, Corn Dog, and Chicken Caesar Salad

    ATHLETICS
    There will be a Baseball preseason meeting today, January 9th at 2:10pm in the Career Center.

    Ladies Tennis Attention Girls! There will be a brief meeting for anyone interested in playing tennis on Thursday right after school in room 132. Hope to see you all there!

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Tuesday
    FBLA members, tomorrow, Tuesday, January 10th there is a mandatory meeting for all those competing at Winter Conference. All competitors must be in attendance. The meeting will be at 2:15pm in the Activity Room.

    Next Week
    Flash Club Our next meeting will be January 17th in room 238. Our topic will be abstract photography. Bring your holiday pictures to share or email them to Ms. Atkinson for voting.

    SENIORS
    Senior Grad Night t-shirt design contest Submit your design by Friday, January 13th for a $25 gift card, more details are in the main office.

    Daily Bulletin
    Friday, January 6 , 2017

    New Semester
    Students, as we approach the end of the semester, a few of you may be interested in requesting to change out of your Year-Long Course.
    •When you selected your year-long course for this school year, we did not save space for you anywhere else. Most classes are at their enrollment limit, and MOST student requests for a change out of a Year-Long Course cannot be accommodated.
    •If you want to request changing out of your Year-Long Course, sign up to meet with your school counselor. You will be given a form that requires your parent’s signature and your current teacher’s input & signature. You will return the form to your counselor, and the request will then go to the Principal for consideration.
    •The due date for the Year-Long Course change form is Friday, January 20th. No change requests will be considered after January 20th.

    Hazen Artists!
    Submit your artwork for the Regional Student Art Show by next Friday, January 13th. You can stop by Ms. Madsen’s room 702 for registration information and to drop off your artwork. Last year Hazen students sold their artwork and won awards! So please be sure to bring your best creative 2D or 3D artwork to represent Renton school district across the Northwest region!

    Hey Highlanders!
    At the next Feminists Club meeting, we will be discussing the movie Big Eyes. It is available on Netflix, so watch it this week and join our discussion on January 10th in Ms. Menaul’s room (218).

    Aspiring Playwrights!
    The Hazen Players want your adaptations of Grimm's Fairy Tales. We are looking for multiple stories to be included in our student directed Spring production. See Mr. Crueger in Room 214 for details!

    Lunch Today
    Zesty Mac & Beef, Fish Sandwich, and Garden Salad with Chicken

    ATHLETICS
    Last night Hazen Wrestling won its first dual match in NPSL action by knocking off Mount Rainier with a final score of 42 – 31! The Highlanders came out hot and in a great team effort. Congratulations to Tyson Mowrey, Mario Wesa, Kevin Klein, Lester Moreno, Liviu Chirica, Javaughn Banks, Zach Diamante, and Quan Ly for their amazing wins! Great job Highlanders!

    There will be a Baseball preseason meeting on Monday, January 9th at 2:10pm in the Career Center.

    Athletic Tracers Athletes will be given tracers today by their coaches. You will need to have all your teachers fill it out and sign it on Monday and Tuesday next week. You will return it to your coach at practice Tuesday afternoon. This grade sheet will determine whether you play on Friday of next week and the following week. You must turn in a tracer to be eligible!\

    Gymnasts since you had practice this morning, please stop by and pick up your tracer from Ms. Molnar.

    Do you need volunteer hours? Hazen Wrestling is running a wrestling tournament on Jan. 21. You can earn up to 15 hours by attending. See coach Magana for details! All proceeds for this event will go toward the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network! See Coach Magana for details!

    Daily Bulletin
    Thursday, January 5, 2017

    Second Semester
    Students, as we approach the end of the semester, a few of you may be interested in requesting to change out of your Year-Long Course.
    • When you selected your year-long course for this school year, we did not save space for you anywhere else. Most classes are at their enrollment limit, and MOST student requests for a change out of a Year-Long Course cannot be accommodated.
    • If you want to request changing out of your Year-Long Course, sign up to meet with your school counselor. You will be given a form that requires your parent’s signature and your current teacher’s input & signature. You will return the form to your counselor, and the request will then go to the Principal for consideration.
    • The due date for the Year-Long Course change form is Friday, January 20th. No change requests will be considered after January 20th.

    Attention Hazen Artists!
    Submit your artwork for the Regional Student Art Show by next Friday, January 13th. You can stop by Ms. Madsen’s room 702 for registration information and to drop off your artwork. Last year Hazen students sold their artwork and won awards! So please be sure to bring your best creative 2D or 3D artwork to represent Renton school district across the Northwest region!

    Attention Aspiring Playwrights!
    The Hazen Players want your adaptations of Grimm's Fairy Tales. We are looking for multiple stories to be included in our student directed Spring production. See Mr. Crueger in Room 214 for details!

    Lunch Today
    General Tso’s Rice Bowl, Chicken Tenders with Garlic Toast, and Southwest Chicken Salad

    ATHLETICS
    There will be a Baseball preseason meeting on Monday, January 9th at 2:10pm in the Career Center.

    Last night Hazen Wrestling lost to Kentridge by a score of 42-31. Hazen put points on the board at 138, 145, and 170. Tyson Mowrey won by fall, Mario Wesa won in an exciting overtime match, and Liviu Chirica won in dominant fashion via major decision. Tonight the team travels to Mount Rainier to take on the Rams. Saturday the team will travel to Kent Meridian and Everett Classic.

    Do you need volunteer hours? Hazen Wrestling is running a wrestling tournament on Jan. 21. You can earn up to 15 hours by attending. See coach Magana for details! All proceeds for this event will go toward the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network! See Coach Magana for details!

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    Come check out the Latino Club today after school in the Collaboratory!

    Next Week
    Feminists Club At the next meeting, we will be discussing the movie Big Eyes. It is available on Netflix, so watch it this week and join our discussion on January 10th in Ms. Menaul’s room (218).

    Daily Bulletin
    Wednesday, January 4, 2017

    New Semester is Coming
    Students, as we approach the end of the semester, a few of you may be interested in requesting to change out of your Year-Long Course. Please be aware of the following information and process:
    • When you selected your year-long course for this school year, we did not save space for you anywhere else. Most classes at Hazen High School are at their enrollment limit, and therefore MOST student requests for a change out of a Year-Long Course cannot be accommodated.
    • If you do, however, want to request changing out of your Year-Long Course, please sign up to meet with your school counselor. You will be given a form that requires your parent’s signature and your current teacher’s input & signature. You will return the form to your counselor, and the request will then go to the Principal for consideration.
    • The due date for the Year-Long Course change form is Friday, Jan. 20th. No change requests will be considered after Jan. 20th.

    Attention Aspiring Playwrights!
    The Hazen Players want your adaptations of Grimm's Fairy Tales. We are looking for multiple stories to be included in our student directed Spring production. See Mr. Crueger in Room 214 for details!

    Lunch Today
    Spaghetti with meat sauce and garlic toast, chicken nuggets with roll, and buffalo chicken salad

    ATHLETICS
    Tonight, Hazen wrestling takes on Kentridge at home! JV will begin at 6pm, Varsity at 7pm! Come watch the team go to battle against their new league opponent! The highlight match tonight will be #9 ranked Tyson Mowrey against #12 ranked Tyler Smith. Tomorrow, the team will travel to Mount Rainier in more league action! JV 6, Varsity 7.

    Over break, the wrestling team competed in two 32 team brackets. Standouts were Raven Svenson who placed second at Hammerhead, Tyson Mowrey who placed 4th at Hammerhead and 2nd at Doc Herren, and Mario Wesa who placed 3rd at Doc Herren. Great work during a productive winter break!

    Good luck to the Lady Highlander Gymnastics team as they compete tonight at Thomas Jefferson High School. They have been placing very high on the scoreboard at their past meets and a few girls should qualify for districts and State! Meet starts at 7pm, they’d love for you to be in the stands cheering them on!

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Feminists Club At the next meeting, we will be discussing the movie Big Eyes. It is available on Netflix, so watch it this week and join our discussion on January 10th in Ms. Menaul’s room (218).

     

    Daily Bulletin
    Tuesday, January 3, 2017

    The Word of the Week is Transpire
    A verb meaning to happen or occur. Example sentence: No one knows what will transpire tomorrow. . . Transpire – WOW!

    Lunch Today
    Chicken Teriyaki and Rice with Veggie Spring Roll, Spicy Chicken Nuggets with Garlic Toast, and Asian Chicken Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Get back into the swing of things! There is a Girls basketball game tonight at Hazen against Kent Meridian, Varsity at 7:15pm and JV at 5:30pm. The Boys have an away game today, wish them good luck!

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    Dungeons and Dragons Club is cancelled today.

     

     

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