• Daily Bulletin
    Friday, April 21, 2017

    Here is your Earth fact of the day!
    Did you know that 192 countries celebrate Earth Day? Wow, that’s a lot! Happy early Earth Day!

    Today is a day of silence
    Day of silence is a day where students may choose not to speak during the day to show the silencing effect of bullying , especially on LGBTQ+ individuals. Most of these students will be wearing a rainbow button to show that they are participating. Please try to respect these student’s efforts.

    Hazen HOSA wants you to know that today is also Blue & Green Day … What’s that you ask?
    It’s part of National Organ Donation month and your opportunity to share your interest in organ donation with others! Become an organ donor, share your thoughts with your family, post it on social media … Save lives!

    Today is Hazen's Spring College Fair
    This is open to all students during lunch. Come talk to college admissions counselors about the different programs the schools have to offer!

    All Community Service hours have been posted
    Check your Skyward account for your balance. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Williams in the Counseling Office.

    Attention Class officer Candidates!
    Your Profile statements, photos, and campaign expenditure form were due yesterday, but it’s not too late! Send them to Mrs. Nolan immediately.

    ALL staff parking spots in ALL 3 lots are off limits for students
    If it says staff on the parking lot, it is for staff only. Students are also not permitted to park in the pool lot.

    Are you interested in the world of retail and want an exciting internship this summer?
    Apply for the Walmart Internship! Visit the Career Center for information on how to apply.

    Learn a Trade & Intern Opportunities
    Come pick up a field trip form in the Career Center to attend the Women in Trades event to meet with representatives from the Trades Field and participate in hands on activities! This event is open to both male and female students!

    Spring Apprenticeship Trades Fair on May 2nd. Learn how to apply for an apprenticeship program and how you can earn while you learn. Further information and registration can be found in the Career Center. Space is limited, so register today.

    The Port of Seattle Paid Internship closes TODAY. If you are interested in Accounting, Auditing, Construction Management, Engineering, Environmental, Finance & Budget, Human Resources, Marketing and Planning, or more be sure to get your application in today. Due to a special grant, only the Port of Seattle Internship participants will be able to earn work credit this summer.

    Lunch Today
    Whole Grain Chicken Fettuccine, Fish Sandwich with Whole Grain Bun, and Garden Chicken Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Student Athletes on Tracers make sure you turn your tracer in today to Ms. Olson.

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    Hazen Earth Corps is selling long sleeve t-shirts for $20 at lunch today. Also, we will be making seed balls. These can grow into wildflowers once you throw them in a patch of soil. Come check it out!

    Juniors
    Are you interested in the University of Washington – Seattle campus? Come join the UW Dream Project Spring BBQ for a tour of the campus, sit in a college lecture and fun activities! Field trip forms are available in the Career Center.

    Free SAT Practice Test? Sign up on the KCLS website or see Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center for registration details! Only 19 spots remaining!

    Are interested in a leadership opportunity? See Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center to see how you can sign up for the Evergreen Boys and Girls State!

    SENIORS
    If you want to speak at graduation, there will be a short informational meeting MONDAY April 24th in room 133 at 2:10pm.

    Your Senior Questionnaire is due to Mrs. Harris in Counseling TODAY. This must be turned in before your grad tickets will be released to you. The questionnaire was handed out in your last Advisory period, however if you need another copy, you can pick one up in the main office or in the Counseling office.

     

    Two weeks of old news is here, just in case you missed something.

    Daily Bulletin
    Thursday, April 20, 2017

    Here is your Earth Fact of the Day!
    Did you know that 14 billion pounds of trash are dumped into the ocean each year! Most of it is plastic which takes 450 years to decompose. Please recycle responsibly!

    Now is the time to check your fines!
    They are posted outside the ASB Office, remember that all fines need to be paid to attend prom and graduation.

    Attention Class officer Candidates!
    Your Profile statements and photos are due today. Please send them to Mrs. Nolan electronically by 2:30pm today. Your campaign expenditure form is also due to Mrs. Nolan by 2:30 today.

    ALL staff parking spots in ALL 3 lots are off limits for students
    If it says staff on the parking lot, it is for staff only.

    Friday is a Day of Silence
    Day of silence is a day where students may choose not to speak during the day to show the silencing effect of bullying , especially on LGBTQ+ individuals. If you would like to participate, pick up a button in the commons during lunch today or tomorrow.

    The Renton Police Teen Academy
    July 5-14 from 9am to 1pm
    Explore police divisions and evidence room, enjoy a day on the water with local marine patrol units, and other activities. You must be 16 or older, applications are in the Career Center.

    Australia/New Zealand
    The information meeting originally scheduled for April 20th has been moved to April 27th. If you want to come to the Land Down Under with EF Tours in the summer of 2018, bring your parents to Room 115 on Thursday, the 27th at 6:30pm to get all the details! Or see Ms. Miles (formerly Dowd) in Room 115.

    Are you interested in the world of retail and want an exciting internship this summer?
    Apply for the Walmart Internship! Visit the Career Center for information on how to apply.

    College Fair
    This Friday is Hazen's Spring College Fair and will open to all students during lunch. Come talk to college admissions counselors about the different programs the schools have to offer!

    Lunch Today
    Lemongrass Chicken & Brown Rice with Veggie Spring Roll, Chicken Tenders with Whole Grain Garlic Toast, and Asian Salad with Chicken and Whole Grain Pita

    ATHLETICS
    The Weight Room will be open from 2:30-4pm each Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday through Memorial Day. This is open to all students. If you are a Fall or Winter student athlete that isn’t participating in a Spring Sport, then you need to be in the weight room getting ready for next year. Open Gyms for Boys start today from 4:15-6pm.

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    The Asian Student Coalition will be meeting after school today in room D203. Join us for fun games from many different Asian countries. If you have a game, please bring it to meeting and show us how to play it.

    Friday
    Hazen Earth Corps is selling long sleeve t-shirts for $20 at lunch on Friday Also, we will be making seed balls. These can grow into wildflowers once you throw them in a patch of soil. Come check it out!

    Next Tuesday
    FLASH CLUB Next meeting is Tuesday April 25th after school in room 238. Bring in your open theme photos and anything you took over spring break. All Highlanders are welcome.

    JUNIORS
    Are you interested in the University of Washington – Seattle campus? Come join the UW Dream Project Spring BBQ for a tour of the campus, sit in a college lecture and fun activities! Field trip forms are available in the Career Center.

    Free SAT Practice Test Sign up on the KCLS website or see Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center for registration details! Only 19 spots remaining!

    Are you a Junior and interested in a leadership opportunity? See Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center to see how you can sign up for the Evergreen Boys and Girls State!

    SENIORS
    If you want to speak at graduation, there will be a short informational meeting MONDAY April 24th in room 133 at 2:10pm.

    Your Senior Questionnaire is due to Mrs. Harris in Counseling this Friday, April 21. This is must be turned in before your grad tickets will be released to you. The questionnaire was handed out in your last Advisory period, however if you need another copy, you can pick one up in the main office or in the Counseling office.

    Daily Bulletin
    Wednesday, April 19, 2017

    Here is your daily Earth Day fun fact from Hazen Earth Corps!
    Did you know that Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson created the first Earth Day on April 20, 1970, where 20 million people participated in festivities worldwide. Stay clean and be green!

    Now is the time to check your fines!
    They are posted outside the ASB Office, remember that all fines need to be paid to attend prom and graduation.

    Friday is a day of silence
    Day of silence is a day where students may choose not to speak during the day to show the silencing effect of bullying , especially on LGBTQ+ individuals. If you would like to participate, pick up a button in the commons during lunch today or tomorrow.

    The McKnight Activities and Athletics Fair is TOMORROW
    If you are the primary representative for your sport or club, bring your completed Field Trip form to Ms. Nolan in the ASB office, ASAP. These were due on Tuesday. Students without a signed parent permission form will not be able to attend the Activities and Athletics Fair.

    Australia/New Zealand
    The information meeting originally scheduled for April 20th has been moved to April 27th. If you want to come to the Land Down Under with EF Tours in the summer of 2018, bring your parents to Room 115 on Thursday, the 27th at 6:30pm to get all the details! Or see Ms. Miles (formerly Dowd) in Room 115.

    Are you interested in the world of retail and want an exciting internship this summer?
    Apply for the Walmart Internship! Visit the Career Center for information on how to apply.

    Friday is Hazen's Spring College Fair
    This event will be open to all students during lunch. Come talk to college admissions counselors about the different programs the schools have to offer!

    Are you interested in the Trades Field?
    Come pick up a field trip form in the Career Center to attend the Women in Trades event to meet with representatives from the Trades Field and participate in hands on activities! This event is open to both male and female students!

    Spring Apprenticeship Trades Fair on May 2nd
    Learn how to apply for an apprenticeship program and how you can earn while you learn. Further information and registration can be found in the Career Center. Space is limited, so register today.

    Looking for a job?
    The Port of Seattle has 150 Paid Internships available this summer in various fields but not limited to; Accounting, Auditing, Construction Management, Engineering, Environment, Finance & Budget, Human Resources, Marketing and Planning. Visit the Career Center to find out how to apply. Be sure to apply soon so that you do not miss out on this opportunity.

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

    ATHLETICS
    There is an Open Gym for Girls today from 2:30-4pm. Open Gyms for Boys start tomorrow from 4:15-6pm.

    Attention ALL WRESTLERS! There will be a mandatory meeting to discuss camps and car wash today at 2:05pm outside of the locker room. Please be there on time! This will be a 10-15 minute meeting, but it is VERY important. See you then!

    Juniors
    Are you interested in the University of Washington – Seattle campus? Come join the UW Dream Project Spring BBQ for a tour of the campus, sit in a college lecture and fun activities! Field trip forms are available in the Career Center.

    Free SAT Practice Test? Sign up on the KCLS website or see Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center for registration details! Only 19 spots remaining!

    Leadership Opportunities See Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center to see how you can sign up for the Evergreen Boys and Girls State!

    SENIORS
    If you want to speak at graduation, there will be a short informational meeting MONDAY April 24th in room 133 at 2:10pm.

    Your Senior Questionnaire is due to Mrs. Harris in Counseling this Friday, April 21. This is must be turned in before your grad tickets will be released to you. The questionnaire was handed out in your last Advisory period, however if you need another copy, you can pick one up in the main office or in the Counseling office. 

    Daily Bulletin
    Tuesday, April 18, 2017

    Australia/New Zealand
    The information meeting originally scheduled for April 20th has been moved to April 27th. If you want to come to the Land Down Under with EF Tours in the summer of 2018, bring your parents to Room 115 on Thursday, the 27th at 6:30pm to get all the details! Or see Ms. Miles (formerly Dowd) in Room 115.

    The McKnight Activities and Athletics Fair is this Thursday
    Did you receive a notice that you are representing your sport or club at the fair? If so, you need to turn in your completed Field Trip form by Tuesday to Ms. Nolan in the ASB office.

    The Renton Police Teen Academy
    July 5-14 from 9am to 1pm
    Explore police divisions and evidence room, enjoy a day on the water with local marine patrol units, and other activities. You must be 16 or older, applications are in the Career Center.

    Are you interested in the Trades Field?
    Come pick up a field trip form in the Career Center to attend the Women in Trades event to meet with representatives from the Trades Field and participate in hands on activities! This event is open to both male and female students!

    Looking for a Job this Summer?
    The Port of Seattle has 150 Paid Internships available this summer in various fields but not limited to; Accounting, Auditing, Construction Management, Engineering, Environment, Finance & Budget, Human Resources, Marketing and Planning. Visit the Career Center to find out how to apply. Be sure to apply soon so that you do not miss out on this opportunity.

    Lunch Today
    Beef Teriyaki & Brown Rice with Veggie Spring Roll, Spicy Chicken Nuggets with Whole Grain Garlic Toast, Chicken Caesar Salad with Whole Grain Roll

    ATHLETICS
    The Weight Room will be open from 2:30-4pm each Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday through Memorial Day. This is open to all students. If you are a Fall or Winter student athlete that isn’t participating in a Spring Sport, then you need to be in the weight room getting ready for next year. Open Gyms for Girls start tomorrow. They will run through Memorial Day every Monday and Wednesday. Open Gyms for Boys start this Thursday. They will run each Thursday from 4:15-6pm and each Tuesday from 2:30-4:30pm.

    Hazen Soccer is back in action today. C Team plays at Kentwood High School at 6pm. JV plays Kentwood at The Joe at 4pm and Varsity kicks off v Kentwood at Renton Stadium at 7pm. Come on out and support these guys.

    Attention ALL WRESTLERS! There will be a mandatory meeting to discuss camps and car wash this Wednesday at 2:05pm outside of the locker room. Please be there on time! This will be a 10-15 minute meeting, but it is VERY important. See you then!

    If you plan on working out with football this summer, you can now stop by Ms. Olson’s desk to pick up the Activity Clearance form. This form should be completed and signed by you and a guardian and returned to Ms. Olson. If you did NOT do a sport this year, you must have a physical dated after May 15th and it must be attached to the summer clearance form before you turn it in.

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    FLASH CLUB Next meeting is Tuesday April 25th after school in room 238. Bring in your open theme photos and anything you took over spring break. All Highlanders are welcome

    Wednesday
    FBLA Attention all members! The time has come, and we are heading to state FBLA on this coming Wednesday, April 19! Bus leaves Hazen at 7:30am and will meet us at the main doors. Please make sure to turn in your permission slips to Rusty by the end of school TODAY! There is a mandatory meeting for all those attending state FBLA in Rusty’s room, 244 on Tuesday, April 18 at 2:10pm. If you are attending state FBLA, make sure you are there!

    Saturday
    Hazen Earth Corps This Saturday, March 22nd is Earth Day, and in order to celebrate, here is a fact of the day. Earth Corps has volunteered about 560 hours in total since September. Wow! Amazing commitment to the environment!

    Juniors
    Are you interested in the University of Washington – Seattle campus?
    Come join the UW Dream Project Spring BBQ for a tour of the campus, sit in a college lecture and fun activities! Field trip forms are available in the Career Center.

    Free SAT Practice Test
    Sign up on the KCLS website or see Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center for registration details! Only 19 spots remaining!

    Are you interested in a leadership opportunity?
    See Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center to see how you can sign up for the Evergreen Boys and Girls State!

    SENIORS
    If you want to speak at graduation, there will be a short informational meeting MONDAY April 24th in room 133 at 2:10pm.

    The JRB scholarship is due at the end of the day to Mr. Nguyen. The Hazen/Joint PTSA Scholarship, Windermere Foundation , Kiwanis and Renton PTA Council Scholarship is available in the Career Center!

    Your Senior Questionnaire is due to Mrs. Harris in Counseling this Friday, April 21. This is must be turned in before your grad tickets will be released to you. The questionnaire was handed out in your last Advisory period, however if you need another copy, you can pick one up in the main office or in the Counseling office.

    Daily Bulletin
    Monday, April 17, 2017

    The Word of the Week is tepid
    An adjective meaning lukewarm or halfhearted. Example Sentence: After an exhausting hike, she looked forward to drinking the tepid water in her canteen. WOW

    Fourth quarter started today, so we have a new lunch schedule!
    If your 4th period is ESL, Health & Fitness, Math, FACSE, Science, or if you have Mr. Goodboy or Ms. Madsen = you have 1st lunch.
    If your 4th period is Business Ed, Social Studies, World Languages, Language Arts, Special Programs, or Music = you have 2nd lunch.

    The McKnight Activities and Athletics Fair is this Thursday
    Did you receive a notice that you are representing your sport or club at the fair? If so, you need to turn in your completed Field Trip form by Tuesday, to Ms. Nolan in the ASB office.

    Attention all FBLA members!
    The time has come, and we are heading to state FBLA on this coming Wednesday, April 19! Bus leaves Hazen at 7:30am and will meet us at the main doors. Please make sure to turn in your permission slips to Rusty by the end of school TODAY! There is a mandatory meeting for all those attending state FBLA in Rusty’s room, 244 on Tuesday, April 18. Meeting starts at 2:10pm. If you are attending state FBLA, make sure you are there!

    Juniors! Are you interested in the University of Washington – Seattle campus?
    Come join the UW Dream Project Spring BBQ for a tour of the campus, sit in a college lecture and fun activities! Field trip forms are available in the Career Center.

    Juniors, are you interested in taking a free SAT Practice Test?
    Sign up on the KCLS website or see Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center for registration details! Only 23 spots remaining!

    Are you a junior and interested in a leadership opportunity?
    See Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center to see how you can sign up for the Evergreen Boys and Girls State!

    Are you interested in the Trades Field?
    Come pick up a field trip form in the Career Center to attend the Women in Trades event to meet with representatives from the Trades Field and participate in hands on activities! This event is open to both male and female students!

    Looking for a Job?
    The Port of Seattle has 150 Paid Internships available this summer in various fields but not limited to; Accounting, Auditing, Construction Management, Engineering, Environment, Finance & Budget, Human Resources, Marketing and Planning. Visit the Career Center to find out how to apply. Be sure to apply soon so that you do not miss out on this opportunity.

    Lunch Today
    Beef Nachos, Corn Dog, and Chicken Caesar Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Attention ALL WRESTLERS! There will be a mandatory meeting to discuss camps and car wash this Wednesday at 2:05pm outside of the locker room. Please be there on time! This will be a 10-15 minute meeting, but it is VERY important. See you then!

    Stay tuned for open weight room times! Check the bulletin tomorrow for more information.

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Tuesday
    ASB Budget Committee Our meeting Tuesday, April 18th is 2nd period. It has been moved to the Activity Room. Again, the 2nd period Budget Committee meeting scheduled for Tuesday, April 18 is moved to the Activity Room.

    SENIORS
    If you want to speak at graduation, there will be a short informational meeting Friday April 21st in room 133 at 2:10pm.

    The JRB scholarship is due at the end of the day to Mr. Nguyen. The Hazen/Joint PTSA Scholarship, Windermere Foundation , Kiwanis and Renton PTA Council Scholarship is available in the Career Center!

    Daily Bulletin
    Friday, April 7, 2017

    The ASB office cannot take any money today after school
    If you need to make purchases or turn in money before the break, you must do so during lunch.

    If you’re wearing your GSA t-shirt today…
    Be sure to meet in the commons during lunch for a group picture!

    Class Officer Candidates
    There is an important mandatory meeting today, April 7. Be at the ASB office by 1:35pm. Do not be late. All class officers must attend.

    Attention Hazen Artists working on Vans shoe designs
    Please bring your completely painted shoes to Ms. Madsen by today.

    Need a Job?
    All Renton Safeway’s are having hiring events on April 10th from 1-5pm. You can find the on-line application link and process in the Career Center. Complete the on-line application beforehand. Dress professionally and take your résumé on résumé paper.

    The Port of Seattle has 150 paid Internships available this summer in various fields but not limited to; Accounting, Auditing, Construction Management, Engineering, Environment, Finance & Budget, Human Resources, Marketing and Planning. Visit the Career Center to find out how to apply. Be sure to apply soon so that you do not miss out on this opportunity.

    Lunch Today
    Whole Grain Zesty Mac & Beef, Fish Sandwich with Whole Grain Bun, and Southwest Chicken Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Athletes on tracers remember you must have your tracer turned in by 2:30pm today in order to be cleared to play next week for spring break AND the week we get back. This is an important tracer because it covers you for 2 weeks of play. If you are under a 2.0 or you have more than 1 F, you won’t play for 2 weeks. See Ms. Olson if you have any questions.

    SENIORS
    The Maplewood Heights PTA Scholarship is due this Friday! Hazen, Hazelwood, Renton Kiwanis and the Renton Community Foundation Scholarship is available in the Career Center!

    Daily Bulletin
    Thursday, April 6, 2017

    Class Officer Candidates
    There is an important mandatory meeting on Friday, April 7. Be at the ASB office by 1:35pm. Do not be late. All class officers must attend.

    Do you have one of those supper cool GSA t-shirts?
    Be sure to wear it tomorrow for a group picture during lunch in the commons!

    Attention Hazen Artists working on Vans shoe designs
    Please bring your completely painted shoes to Ms. Madsen By this Friday, April 7th.

    Need a summer Job?
    The Port of Seattle has 150 paid Internships available this summer in various fields but not limited to; Accounting, Auditing, Construction Management, Engineering, Environment, Finance & Budget, Human Resources, Marketing and Planning. Visit the Career Center to find out how to apply. Be sure to apply soon so that you do not miss out on this opportunity.

    Lunch Today
    Szechuan Chicken & Rice with Veggie Spring Roll, Chicken Tenders with Garlic Toast, and Garden Salad with Chicken

    ATHLETICS
    Varsity Soccer beat Kennedy last night 2-1. Jake Kraemer and Leon Bamba scored, Eric Bunnell and Kale Soares assisted on the goals. Christian Chavez was Varsity Man of the Match. And congratulations to Coach Matthews on his 150th career victory!

    JV Soccer lost to Kennedy 0-1. Spencer Fleming was JV Man of the Match.

    C Soccer drew Auburn Mountainview 2-2. Daniel Barbu and Abraham Toj had goals. Henry Mahesh had an assist. Daniel was C Man of the Match.

    SENIORS
    The Maplewood Heights PTA Scholarship is due this Friday! Hazen, Hazelwood, Renton Kiwanis and the Renton Community Foundation Scholarship is available in the Career Center!

    Daily Bulletin
    Wednesday, April 5, 2017

    Class Officer Candidates
    There is an important mandatory meeting on Friday, April 7. Be at the ASB office by 1:35pm. Do not be late. All class officers must attend.

    Attention Hazen Artists working on Vans shoe designs
    Please bring your completely painted shoes to Ms. Madsen By this Friday, April 7th.

    Good news!
    The Hazen Spring Plant sale has been extended until today! Pick up bright pink order forms in the main office, online payment is available. Encourage your parents to visit the Hazen Booster Website to access form and make a payment.

    Lunch today
    Spaghetti with Meat Sauce & Garlic Toast, Chicken Nuggets or Rings with Roll, and Buffalo Chicken Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Hazen Soccer plays today, come on out! C Team at 3:30pm at The Joe, JV at 5:30pm at The Joe, and Varsity at 7:30pm at Renton Stadium - It's Kennedy, help us get them.

    SENIORS
    The Maplewood Heights PTA Scholarship is due this Friday! Hazen, Hazelwood and the Renton Community Foundation Scholarship is available in the Career Center!

    Daily Bulletin
    Tuesday, April 4, 2017

    Class Officer Candidates
    There is an important mandatory meeting on Friday, April 7. Be at the ASB office by 1:35pm. Do not be late. All class officers must attend.

    Are you looking for a summer job?
    Are you physically strong? Saxton Bradley is looking for students to assist with delivering chairs to schools during the summer. They start in June as soon as school is out and need help until schools opens again. Qualified applicants can earn as much as $7,000 during the summer. You may find out more information and pick-up applications in the Career Center.

    The annual Teen Employment Conference is a month away on Saturday, April 22!
    The conference is a fantastic opportunity for teens to come together and participate in engaging employment-prep and career-exploration workshops and to meet a range of employers and community based organizations during a resource fair. The event is FREE and breakfast, lunch, and raffle prizes are included! The conference is open to all high school students.

    The Hazen Spring Plant sale has been extended until Wednesday!
    Pick up bright pink order forms in the main office, online payment is available. Encourage your parents to visit the Hazen Booster Website to access form and make a payment.

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

    ATHLETICS
    Hazen Varsity Soccer came back from a 0-3 deficit to win at Kentlake last nigh 4-0. Kale Soares had two goals and Drew Wilson and Tyler Bunnell had one each. Two assists came from Drew and Takoda Zuehkle and Christian Chavez had one assist each. Tyler was Man of the Match for his game winning goal with six minutes left in the game.

    JV Soccer beat Kentlake 4-2 on goals from Andrey Kvyatkovskiy, Spencer Fleming, Edgar Garcia, and Sam Holbrook. Sam had two assists and Marc Nabong and James Miller had one each. Nathan McClane was Man of the Match.

    Hazen’s C beat Auburn Riverside today 5-3. Abraham Toj had four goals and Yafet Dargaze scored. Gustavo Roblero Miranda had two assists and Miguel Raymundo Matom, Brando Diaz and Gobi Sohal had one each. Yafet was C Man of the Match.

    Hazen plays Kennedy tomorrow night - you remember them right? Make your plans now to attend this game. The bleachers have been empty, we need you Highlanders in the stands in your green, gold and blue cheering on the team. Make sure you are at the stadium tomorrow night, 7:30 start! EVERYONE BRING ONE!

    The Hazen tennis team knocked off Kentlake twice in a double header yesterday winning every match in straight sets. Andressa Chan was women of the match for the first match in #2 singles. Women of the match honors for the second round go to Lillian Nguy and Irene Le for their 7-5, 6-0 win in #3 doubles. JV also won easily. The Highlanders travel to Kentridge today.

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    FBLA members, if you are going to state conference there is a mandatory meeting today at 2:15pm in the Activity Room.

    Juniors! Are you interested in a free leadership conference this summer? See Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center for more information.

    SENIORS
    The Hazen PTSA Scholarship is now available! Pick up an application in the Career Center.

    Daily Bulletin
    Monday April 3, 2017

    The Word of the Week is Anomaly
    A noun meaning something irregular or abnormal. Example Sentence: The lawyer pointed out a glaring anomaly in the evidence that could help clear his client of the suspected crime. WOW

    Willkommen to our 14 German exchange students and their two teachers
    They are from a school near Nuremberg, Germany and will be visiting us until April 21st. Be sure to say hello if you see them and make them feel welcome!

    Are you looking for a summer job?
    Are you physically strong? Saxton Bradley is looking for students to assist with delivering chairs to schools during the summer. They start in June as soon as school is out and need help until schools opens again. Qualified applicants can earn as much as $7,000 during the summer. You may find out more information and pick-up applications in the Career Center.

    The annual Teen Employment Conference is a month away on Saturday, April 22!
    The conference is a fantastic opportunity for teens to come together and participate in engaging employment-prep and career-exploration workshops and to meet a range of employers and community based organizations during a resource fair. The event is FREE and breakfast, lunch, and raffle prizes are included! The conference is open to all high school students.

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

    ATHLETICS
    Girls on the gymnastic team: Many of you have not turned in your leotards or your warm ups. You are being fined $300. If you are a senior, you won’t be able to buy senior prom tickets or get your grad tickets. If you are an underclassmen, you won’t be able to try out for offices or cheer or drill. You need to get these turned in to Ms. Olson by today.

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Tuesday
    FBLA members, if you are going to state conference there is a mandatory meeting tomorrow at 2:15pm in the Activity Room.

    Juniors! Are you interested in a free leadership conference this summer? See Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center for more information.

    SENIORS
    If you are a Senior and are planning to attend Bellevue College next year there are several scholarships available to you. Go to Bellevue’s website and search Bellevue College Foundation and fill out the application by April 3rd. See Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center if you have questions. When in doubt fill it out!

    Get out and sell that cookie dough. The last day of the fundraiser is Wednesday!

    The Hazen PTSA Scholarship is now available! Pick up an application in the Career Center.

    Daily Bulletin
    Friday, March 31, 2017

    Attention all State FBLA competitors
    State testing begins THIS WEEK and we have until this today to get our tests taken. If you are competing in a test event, make sure to come to room 244 after school today to get your test taken. Our testing window expires at 5:00pm today.

    Did you miss the first Australia/New Zealand meeting?
    It’s not too late to get the very best price. See Ms. Dowd in Room 115 for details, and sign up by today!

    The Hazen Spring Plant sale ends today!
    Pick up bright pink order forms in the main office, online payment is available. Encourage your parents to visit the Hazen Booster Website to access form and make a payment.

    Are you interested in Journalism?
    The Kilt, our school newspaper is currently seeking applicants from all backgrounds and experiences to inform and entertain our next generation of high school newspaper readers! Journalism is a class and a club and the applications are outside of Mrs. Charles’ room (207). Applications are due today!

    The yearbook wants you on our staff next year!
    Applications are outside of room 207 (Mrs. Charles’) room. This is both a class and a club. See Mrs. Charles or a current staff member if you have questions. Applications due today!

    Are you looking for a summer job?
    Are you physically strong? Saxton Bradley is looking for students to assist with delivering chairs to schools during the summer. They start in June as soon as school is out and need help until schools opens again. Qualified applicants can earn as much as $7,000 during the summer. You may find out more information and pick-up applications in the Career Center.

    The annual Teen Employment Conference is a month away on Saturday, April 22!
    The conference is a fantastic opportunity for teens to come together and participate in engaging employment-prep and career-exploration workshops and to meet a range of employers and community based organizations during a resource fair. The event is FREE and breakfast, lunch, and raffle prizes are included! The conference is open to all high school students.

    Juniors!
    Are you interested in a free leadership conference this summer? See Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center for more information.

    Lunch Today
    SW Chicken Alfredo, Fish Sandwich, and Taco Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Congratulations to the tennis team for their win over Mt. Rainier yesterday. It was a squeaker 3-2 victory with two matches lasting 3 hours. Woman of the match honors go to Vanessa Pacheco-Altig for her gutsy 3-set win that clinched the team victory. JV dropped a tough one 2-3. The Highlanders take on Tahoma today.

    Hey Highlanders, you've got a great chance to work on your tan tomorrow and watch some soccer - it might be the only sunny day for a while. Okay here's the plan, hop hills to Petrovitsky Park at 3:30pm to catch the C Soccer v Kentridge. Hop back across the hills to Hazen and watch JV Soccer at The Joe v Kentridge at 4:00pm. Then head down the hill to Renton Stadium for a 7:30pm Varsity Soccer match up with Kentridge. It's a home game - your ASB card gets you in for free. See you at all those there's!

    Girls on the gymnastic team: Many of you have not turned in your leotards or your warm ups. You are being fined $300. If you are a senior, you won’t be able to buy senior prom tickets or get your grad tickets. If you are an underclassmen, you won’t be able to try out for offices or cheer or drill. You need to get these turned in to Ms. Olson no later than Monday, April 3rd.

    SENIORS
    Your High School and Beyond Plan is due today! Make sure to get your completed High School and Beyond Plan turned in. Your community service hours are due today as well. Community Service Forms are due to Ms. Williams in the Counseling Office to document your service hours.

    If you are a senior and are planning to attend Bellevue College next year there are several scholarships available to you. Go to Bellevue’s website and search Bellevue College Foundation and fill out the application by April 3rd. See Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center if you have questions. When in doubt fill it out!

    Get out and sell that cookie dough. The last day of the fundraiser is next Wednesday!

    The Hazen PTSA Scholarship is now available! Pick up an application in the Career Center.

    Daily Bulletin
    Thursday, March 30, 2017

    Attention all State FBLA competitors
    State testing begins THIS WEEK and we have until this coming Friday, March 31 to get our tests taken. If you are competing in a test event, make sure to come to room 244 after school today, Tomorrow, or Friday to get your test taken. Our testing window expires at 5:00 PM on Friday.

    AP Exam Students
    Sign-up sheets are now up for the Pre-Testing Sessions on the Attendance Office windows. Remember to sign up for one Pre-Testing Session by today!

    Did you miss the first Australia/New Zealand meeting?
    It’s not too late to get the very best price. See Ms. Dowd in Room 115 for details, and sign up by Friday!

    The Hazen Spring Plant sale ends this Friday!
    Pick up bright pink order forms in the main office, online payment is available. Encourage your parents to visit the Hazen Booster Website to access form and make a payment. This benefits the Senior Class of 2017, so please spread the word!

    Interested in Journalism?
    The Kilt, our school newspaper is currently seeking applicants from all backgrounds and experiences to inform and entertain our next generation of high school newspaper readers! Journalism is a class and a club and the applications are outside of Mrs. Charles’ room (207). Applications due March 31.

    The yearbook wants you on our staff next year!
    Applications are outside of room 207 (Mrs. Charles’) room. This is both a class and a club. See Mrs. Charles or a current staff member if you have questions. Applications due March 31.

    Are you looking for a summer job?
    Are you physically strong? Saxton Bradley is looking for students to assist with delivering chairs to schools during the summer. They start in June as soon as school is out and need help until schools opens again. Qualified applicants can earn as much as $7,000 during the summer. You may find out more information and pick-up applications in the Career Center.

    The annual Teen Employment Conference is a month away on Saturday, April 22!
    The conference is a fantastic opportunity for teens to come together and participate in engaging employment-prep and career-exploration workshops and to meet a range of employers and community based organizations during a resource fair. The event is FREE and breakfast, lunch, and raffle prizes are included! The conference is open to all high school students.

    Juniors! Are you interested in a free leadership conference this summer?
    ee Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center for more information.

    Lunch Today
    Sweet & Sour Chicken and Rice with Veggie Spring Roll, Chicken Tenders with Garlic Toast, and Chef Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Tonight Hazen is hosting the middle school tri-meet! All wrestlers are encouraged to attend as we will need help setting up, taking down, and running score. Please attend- community service hours will be given to all wrestlers who assist! Arrive at 4 PM.

    SENIORS
    Pick up your graduation gowns in the ASB office!

    Your High School and Beyond Plan is due this Friday! Make sure to get your completed High School and Beyond Plan turned in by the end of this week. Your community service hours are due at the end of this week as well. Community Service Forms are due to Ms. Williams in the Counseling Office to document your service hours. Seniors – don’t wait until Friday. Turn in your Plan and your Community Service hours today!

    The Hazen PTSA Scholarship is now available! Pick up an application in the Career Center.

    Daily Bulletin
    Wednesday, March 29, 2017

    Attention all State FBLA competitors
    State testing begins THIS WEEK and we have until this coming Friday, March 31 to get our tests taken. If you are competing in a test event, make sure to come to room 244 after school today, Tomorrow, or Friday to get your test taken. Our testing window expires at 5:00 PM on Friday.

    AP Exam Students
    Sign-up sheets are now up for the Pre-Testing Sessions on the Attendance Office windows. Remember to sign up for one Pre-Testing Session by this Thursday!

    Did you miss the first Australia/New Zealand meeting?
    It’s not too late to get the very best price. See Ms. Dowd in Room 115 for details, and sign up by Friday!

    Are you looking for a summer job?
    Are you physically strong? Saxton Bradley is looking for students to assist with delivering chairs to schools during the summer. They start in June as soon as school is out and need help until schools opens again. Qualified applicants can earn as much as $7,000 during the summer. You may find out more information and pick-up applications in the Career Center.

    The annual Teen Employment Conference is a month away on Saturday, April 22!
    The conference is a fantastic opportunity for teens to come together and participate in engaging employment-prep and career-exploration workshops and to meet a range of employers and community based organizations during a resource fair. The event is FREE and breakfast, lunch, and raffle prizes are included! The conference is open to all high school students.

    Juniors! Are you interested in a free leadership conference this summer?
    See Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center for more information.

    Lunch Today
    Cheeseburger Macaroni, Chicken Nuggets or Rings with Roll, and Buffalo Chicken Salad

    SENIORS
    Pick up your graduation gowns in the ASB office!

    Your High School and Beyond Plan is due this Friday! Make sure to get your completed High School and Beyond Plan turned in by the end of this week. Your community service hours are due at the end of this week as well. Community Service Forms are due to Ms. Williams in the Counseling Office to document your service hours. Seniors – don’t wait until Friday. Turn in your Plan and your Community Service hours today!

     

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