• Daily Bulletin
    Thursday, March 23, 2017

    Are you thinking about running for Class President, Vice-President, or Secretary/Treasurer?
    If so, you must attend one of the mandatory information meetings next week. Meetings are Tuesday, March 28, before or after school, or Wednesday, March 29, after school in Mr. Rustemeyer’s room 244. Hazen needs leaders to keep our school great. You have a lot to offer – you should run for office! Be sure to come to one of the candidate meetings.

    Attention candidates running for ASB Executive Office
    Your PowerPoint slide, draft speech, and expense reports are due TODAY. See Mrs. Nolan in ASB office if you have questions.

    You must park in your designated parking areas
    Students are not permitted to park in any Staff lot, those spaces are reserved all day for staff, substitutes, and guests only. You will receive a ticket if caught in any Staff lot. If you still need to purchase a parking pass, go to the ASB office.

    Junior Prom photos are in!
    Stop by the ASB Office today during lunches and after school!

    G’day Mates!
    Book your Summer 2018 spot for Australia and New Zealand!! Grab your parents and come to an informational meeting today, March 23rd in Room 115 at 6:30pm. Early sign-up means smaller payments! See Ms. Dowd in room 115 for further details.

    Work at 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.

    The Hazen Spring Plant sale is now on!
    Pick up bright pink order forms in the main office, order forms and payment due March 31, 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!

    Juniors and Seniors!
    There is another opportunity for you to attend College Planning Day at Bellevue College! This is a great opportunity to explore and meet admissions representatives from colleges all over Washington State. To register, come to the Career Center and see Mr. Nguyen!

    Lunch Today
    Honey Fire Chicken & Rice with Veggie Spring Roll, Chicken Tenders with Garlic Toast, and Garden salad with Chicken

     

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

    Daily Bulletin
    Wednesday, March 22, 2017

    The ASB office is having a garage sale to get rid of old inventory!
    Stop by during lunch, everything is $1 to $5.

    CAN
    College Access Now is hosting a Career Exploration Day on Wednesday, March 29, from 2:30-4pm in the Lecture Hall. We will be bringing presenters from different fields to share about their careers and advice for high school students. If you are interested in attending, stop by the career center and RSVP with Allyson and Amy.

    Juniors and Seniors!
    There is another opportunity for you to attend College Planning Day at Bellevue College! This is a great opportunity to explore and meet admissions representatives from colleges all over Washington State. To register, come to the Career Center and see Mr. Nguyen!

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

    ATHLETICS
    Hazen Soccer's three teams picked up two wins and a draw last night versus Kent Meridian. Varsity won 7-1 on goals by Abel Haro, Chase Fjetland, Drew Wilson (2), Leon Bamba, Eric Bunnell, and Robbie Schroeder. Getting assists were Drew, Kale Soares, Arturo Munoz, Christian Chavez, Tyler Bunnell, Leon, and Robbie. Robbie was Man of the Match. JV won 3-0. Takoda Zuehlke had two goals and James Miller had one. Sam Holbrook, Lorenzo DeSimone, and Marc Nabong had the assists. Takoda was JV Man of the Match. C Team got a 1-1 draw. Abraham Toj had the goal on an assist from Brandon Diaz. Tony Lucas was C Man of the Match.

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    HOSA State competitors who earned 5th place or better in your events need to see Mr. Walker today if you were not at the HOSA meeting yesterday. This is important whether you are able to attend ILC or not.

    Daily Bulletin
    Tuesday, March 21, 2017

    The ASB office is having a garage sale to get rid of old inventory!
    Stop by during lunch, everything is $1 to $5.

    You can help select the Final Four books in Newcastle Library’s March Madness
    All Hazen students are eligible to participate. Stop by the Hazen library, check out the display, and pick up a ballot. Return your completed form to either the Newcastle Library or Mrs. Ferbrache in the Hazen Library. Voting will make you eligible to win Barnes & Noble gift cards!

    Time is running out to vote for the Evergreen Teen Book Award
    Did you read at least 2 books from the list? If so, stop by the Hazen Library and cast your vote. Everyone who votes will be eligible to select a free book. See Mrs. Ferbrache for more details. Voting ends March 31.

    CAN
    College Access Now is hosting a Career Exploration Day on Wednesday, March 29, from 2:30-4pm in the Lecture Hall. We will be bringing presenters from different fields to share about their careers and advice for high school students. If you are interested in attending, stop by the career center and RSVP with Allyson and Amy.

    Juniors and Seniors!
    There is another opportunity for you to attend College Planning Day at Bellevue College! This is a great opportunity to explore and meet admissions representatives from colleges all over Washington State. To register, come to the Career Center and see Mr. Nguyen!

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

    ATHLETICS
    Congratulations to the Hazen Tennis Team for their opening win over Kennedy yesterday. The girls won 3-2 and women of the match were Marie Fenske and Brittney Do for their come from behind three set victory to give Hazen the win. The JV also won 3-2. Keep it up!

    Hazen Soccer plays Kent Meridian today. C Team is at KM at 3:30pm, JV is at The Joe at 5:00pm, and Varsity plays at 5:30pm at Renton Stadium. Take in a game - these guys know how to play the beautiful game.

    Daily Bulletin
    Monday, March 20, 2017

    The Word of the Week is Prosaic
    An adjective meaning boring or lacking in imagination. Example Sentence: His lack of creativity was reflected in his prosaic style of dress. WOW!

    CAN
    College Access Now is hosting a Career Exploration Day on Wednesday, March 29, from 2:30-4pm in the Lecture Hall. We will be bringing presenters from different fields to share about their careers and advice for high school students. If you are interested in attending, stop by the career center and RSVP with Allyson and Amy.

    G’day Mates!
    Book your Summer 2018 spot for Australia and New Zealand!! Grab your parents and come to an informational meeting on Thursday, March 23rd in Room 115 at 6:30pm. Early sign-up means smaller payments! See Ms. Dowd in room 115 for further details.

    The Hazen Spring Plant sale is now on!
    Pick up bright pink order forms in the main office, order forms and payment due March 31, 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!

    Lunch Today
    Ravioli in Cream Sauce, Corn Dog, and Chicken Caesar Salad

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    Anime Club is today in room 710 after school. We will have free food, so drop by!

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

    Daily Bulletin
    Friday, March 17, 2017

    Spring Prom is TOMORROW!
    Tickets are available until 2:30pm today, prices are $11 with ASB and $13 without.

    CAN
    College Access Now is hosting a Career Exploration Day on Wednesday, March 29, from 2:30-4pm in the Lecture Hall. We will be bringing presenters from different fields to share about their careers and advice for high school students. If you are interested in attending, stop by the career center and RSVP with Allyson and Amy.

    Hazen Artists, please help design Vans shoes and win fame and fortune!
    Shoe designs on paper are due by today, March 17th. We will be voting on the top 4 design next week! If you are interested , we are also looking for people to paint the actual shoes by March 31st, so stop by room 702 to get design sheets and to talk to Ms. Madsen about painting.

    G’day Mates!
    Book your Summer 2018 spot for Australia and New Zealand!! Grab your parents and come to an informational meeting on Thursday, March 23rd in Room 115 at 6:30pm. Early sign-up means smaller payments! See Ms. Dowd in room 115 for further details.

    Today, March 17th is the last day to sign up for the World Language test
    If you can speak, read and write in a language other than English, then you can earn up to 4 credits by taking the this test on April 5 during 5th period. Sign up in the Counseling Office.

    The Hazen Spring Plant sale is now on!
    Pick up bright pink order forms in the main office, order forms and payment due March 31, 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!

    Lunch Today
    Pretzel with Cheese Cup and Sausage, Fish Sandwich, and Taco Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Fastpitch, please sit close to the doors at the assembly, you’ll need to slip out to catch your bus at 1:45. Good luck against Auburn !

    The Hazen Softball won their opener against Lindbergh 7-5.

    Hazen Soccer's C Team drew with Lindbergh last night 2-2. Abraham Toj had both goals. Gobi Sohal and Daniel Barbu had the assists. Abraham was Man of the Match.

    Hazen Soccer plays at Tahoma tonight. JV kicks off at 5:30 and Varsity is at 7:30. Tahoma is highly ranked in the state and nationally. We would love to have a huge fan base helping us to a win.

    Don’t forget that tracers are due today and you must have 2 signatures for completing your study tables. Boys Baseball, you’re leaving early today so get them dropped off before you leave!

    Today is the last day to get a refund on your sports fee. If you have quit, you must see Ms. Olson today to get the refund processed.

     

    Daily Bulletin
    Thursday, March 16, 2017

    Spring Prom spirit days are this week!
    Today is Mix n' Match Day and tomorrow is Battle of the Houses (Freshmen wear red, Sophomores wear blue, Juniors wear yellow, Seniors wear green). Spring Prom is this Saturday, March 18! Ticket prices are $11 with ASB and $13 without.

    CAN
    College Access Now is hosting a Career Exploration Day on Wednesday, March 29, from 2:30-4pm in the Lecture Hall. We will be bringing presenters from different fields to share about their careers and advice for high school students. If you are interested in attending, stop by the career center and RSVP with Allyson and Amy.

    Hazen Artists, please help design Vans shoes and win fame and fortune!
    Shoe designs on paper are due by this Friday, March 17th. We will be voting on the top 4 design next week! If you are interested, we are also looking for people to paint the actual shoes by March 31st, so stop by room 702 to get design sheets and to talk to Ms. Madsen about painting.

    G’day Mates!
    Book your Summer 2018 spot for Australia and New Zealand!! Grab your parents and come to an informational meeting on Thursday, March 23rd in Room 115 at 6:30pm. Early sign-up means smaller payments! See Ms. Dowd in room 115 for further details.

    The Hazen Spring Plant sale is now on!
    Pick up bright pink order forms in the main office, order forms and payment due March 31, 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!

    Lunch Today
    General Tso’s Chicken and Rice with Veggie Spring Roll, Chicken Tenders with Garlic Toast, and Chef Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Varsity Soccer beat Lindbergh last night 2-1. Abel Haro and Drew Wilson scored, Christian Chavez had both assists. Abel was Varsity Man of the Match. JV Soccer beat Lindbergh 4-0. Goals were by Mauricio Matom (2), Spencer Fleming and Takoda Zuehlke. Juan Guex, Evan Coldwell, Marc Nabong and James Miller had assists. Juan was JV Man of the Match. C lost at Tahoma. Brandon Diaz was C Man of the Match. Today at 4:00 C takes on Lindbergh at The Joe.

    Wrestlers! Your banquet is tonight at 6:30pm in the cafeteria. Show up a few minutes early so we can start on time.

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    The Asian Student Coalition meets today, March 16th after school at 2:10pm. This week is all about Korea! See you in Room D203!

    Math Club There is a meeting today in Mr. Savala’s room at 2:15. See you there!

    Daily Bulletin
    Wednesday, March 15, 2017

    If you voted for Spring Prom court between 10am and 2pm on Monday, please vote again
    There was a platform update, and your earlier vote was lost. Again, for all Juniors who voted between 10am and 2pm on Monday, you will need to vote for Spring Prom court again.

    Spring Prom spirit days are this week!
    Today is Quidditch World Cup Day (wear your favorite team jersey) and tomorrow is Mix n' Match Day. Spring Prom is this weekend, Saturday, March 18! Ticket prices are $11 with ASB and $13 without.

    Auditions for Hazen’s award winning choir program are happening now!
    There are spots available in Chamber Singers, Divina Voce, Man Choir, and Concert Choir. No previous experience is necessary! Come and see Mr. Viles in room 403 and join an amazing and fun program!!

    Hazen Artists, please help design Vans shoes and win fame and fortune!
    Shoe designs on paper are due by this Friday, March 17th. We will be voting on the top 4 design next week! If you are interested , we are also looking for people to paint the actual shoes by March 31st, so stop by room 702 to get design sheets and to talk to Ms. Madsen about painting.

    G’day Mates!
    Book your Summer 2018 spot for Australia and New Zealand!! Grab your parents and come to an informational meeting on Thursday, March 23rd in Room 115 at 6:30pm. Early sign-up means smaller payments! See Ms. Dowd in room 115 for further details.

    ELL Testing
    This Friday, March 17th is the last day to sign up for the World Language test. If you can speak, read and write in a language other than English, then you can earn up to 4 credits by taking the this test on April 5 during 5th period. Sign up in the Counseling Office.

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

    ATHLETICS
    Hazen Soccer got two goals from Abel Haro and one each from Chase Fjetland and Drew Wilson to beat Liberty last night 4-3. Drew also had two assists and Chase and Leon Bamba each had one assist. Keeper Luis Rodriguez was Varsity Man of the Match. JV tied Liberty 2-2 on goals from Spencer Fleming and Lorenzo DeSimone. JV assists came from Mauricio Matom and Marc Nabong. Lorenzo was JV Man of the Match.

    All three Hazen Soccer teams are in action tonight. Varsity heads down the hill to play Lindbergh at 6:00pm at Renton Memorial Stadium, JV is at The Joe at 3:30pm v Lindbergh, and C travels to Tahoma for a 6:00pm match up against the Bears.

    For those athletes needing to attend HELP, it will be in room D101 for today (Wednesday) only. Make sure you attend to get in those 2 study tables needed in order to play next week.

    Deadline to get a refund on your sports fee is this Friday the 17th. If you have decided to quit your sport please see Ms. Olson in the main office.

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Thursday
    The Asian Student Coalition meets this Thursday after school at 2:10pm. This week is all about Korea! See you in Room D203!

     

    Daily Bulletin
    Tuesday, March 14, 2017

    Spring Prom Spirit Days are this week!
    Today is Harry Potter Character Day and Wednesday is Quidditch World Cup Day (wear your favorite team jersey)!

    Spring Prom is this weekend, Saturday, March 18!
    We need to sell 50 more tickets by Wednesday at lunch, so get yours today! Ticket prices are $11 with ASB and $13 without.

    Auditions for Hazen’s award winning choir program are happening now!
    There are spots available in Chamber Singers, Divina Voce, Man Choir, and Concert Choir. No previous experience is necessary! Come and see Mr. Viles in room 403 and join an amazing and fun program!

    Hazen Artists, please help design Vans shoes and win fame and fortune!
    Shoe designs on paper are due by this Friday, March 17th. We will be voting on the top 4 design next week! If you are interested , we are also looking for people to paint the actual shoes by March 31st, so stop by room 702 to get design sheets and to talk to Ms. Madsen about painting.

    G’day Mates!
    Book your Summer 2018 spot for Australia and New Zealand! Grab your parents and come to an informational meeting on Thursday, March 23 in Room 115 at 6:30pm. Early sign-up means smaller payments! See Ms. Dowd in room 115 for further details.

    ELL Testing
    Friday, March 17th is the last day to sign up for the World Language test. If you can speak, read and write in a language other than English, then you can earn up to 4 credits by taking the this test on April 5 during 5th period. Sign up in the Counseling Office.

    STEM
    Last call for students who are interested in Expanding Your Horizons STEM field trip! See Mr. Nguyen for more information.

    Juniors there are still spaces left for College Planning Day!
    This is a great opportunity to explore UW Bothell campus and get a grip on college planning! There will be presentations from colleges around the area, such as Western, UW and WSU. You will also be able to meet with representatives from these colleges and more! To register, come to the Career Center and see Mr. Nguyen!

    The Hazen Spring Plant sale is now on!
    Pick up bright pink order forms in the main office, order forms and payment due March 31, 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!

    Please park in your designated parking areas
    If you are an upper classmen and your lot is full, you may park in the Junior or Sophomore lot. Students are not permitted to park in the Staff lot in front of the church, those spaces are reserved all day for staff, substitutes, and guests only. You will receive a ticket if caught in any Staff lot. If you still need to purchase a parking pass, go to the ASB office.

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

    ATHLETICS
    Game on - Hazen v Liberty tonight at Liberty. They're our rival, they'll have fans, join us and make noise for boys soccer. JV at 5:00pm and Varsity at 7:00pm.

    For those athletes needing to attend HELP, it will be in room D101 for tomorrow (Wednesday) only. Make sure you attend to get in those 2 Study tables needed in order to play next week.

    Deadline to get a refund on your sports fee is this Friday the 17th. If you have decided to quit your sport please see Ms. Olson in the main office.

    Remember you must have your ASB card to get into the home soccer games for free! Otherwise you have to pay $6.00. Always have your card on you!

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    FLASH Club today, March 14th after school in room 238. Philip Velez an award winning army photographer with a background in military intelligence and foreign languages will be here to share ideas and show you how the role of an artist can serve in today's modern work environment.

    Daily Bulletin
    Monday, March 13, 2017

    The Word of the Week is impervious
    An adjective meaning not affected or influenced. Example sentence: He tried to make her feel bad by calling her names, but she was impervious to his insults. WOW!

    Congratulations to Miss Hahn, the Renton School District Secondary Teacher of the Year!
    Miss Hahn is known for her encouraging support for students, she also is one of the leaders for Gordy Guides and the Spirit of the Highlander. Miss Hahn helps every student succeed. Stop by and say congratulations to Miss Hahn.

    Congratulations to Hazen HOSA
    Students brought home two state champion teams Amanda Fung and Kathy Nguyen in CERT and Neida Hernandez and Naomi Messele in CPR/First Aid, as well as one individual Champion; Kathy Nguyen in Nutrition. Additional top 5 finalist performances from Allissa Friedman, Mei Vuong, Kaitlyn Tran, Ana Nguyen, Ellen Vu , Nhi Nguyen, Vivian Truong, Ana Nguyen, Ellen Vu, and Nhi Nguyen. Mr. Walker would like to give special recognition to ALL 13 of the CERT & CPR/FA competitive teams for helping each other to excel, especially in CERT where Hazen earned 4 of the top 5 awards!

    Congratulations to Alexis Rogers
    She represented Hazen High School at the State DECA Competition and placed 4th in State and the only Hazen student who qualified for National competition in Anaheim, CA.

    Congratulations to the Hazen Speech and Debate Team
    The will be participating in the State IE Tournament this Saturday! Alex Sampson placed 4th in Interpretive Reading and Eden Allen placed 5th in Humorous Interpretation! If you see either of them today, make sure to give them a round of applause!

    Congratulations to Solo/Ensemble Participants
    This past Saturday, our choirs and vocal soloists competed at the regional State qualifying solo/ensemble contest. Chamber Singers, Divina Voce, Man Choir, Jordan Alexander, Jaydon Beleford, and Skyler Prati all won first place in their categories and are going to State. Jake Conklin and Santana Padilla were second place winners and Shelley Dean and Austin Wales were third places winners. Hazen won 6 of the 12 categories and had the most superior marks overall!

    Auditions for Hazen’s award winning choir program are happening now!
    There are spots available in Chamber Singers, Divina Voce, Man Choir, and Concert Choir. No previous experience is necessary! Come and see Mr. Viles in room 403 and join an amazing and fun program!!

    Spring Prom spirit days are this week!
    Today is Pajama Day. Tuesday is Harry Potter Character Day, Wednesday is Quidditch World Cup Day, Thursday is Mix n' Match Day, and Friday is Battle of the Houses.

    Hazen Artists, please help design Vans shoes and win fame and fortune!
    Shoe designs on paper are due by this Friday March 17th. We will be voting on the top 4 design next week! If you are interested, we are also looking for people to paint the actual shoes by March 31st, so stop by room 702 to get design sheets and to talk to Ms. Madsen about painting.

    It’s March Madness all month at the Newcastle Library
    … and all Hazen students are eligible to participate. Stop by the Hazen library, check out the display, and pick up a bracket. Return your completed form to either the Newcastle Library or Mrs. Ferbrache in the Hazen Library. Completed Brackets and weekly voting will make you eligible to win Barnes & Noble gift cards.

    Be sure to vote for the Evergreen Teen Book Award
    Did you read at least 2 books from the list? If so, stop by the Hazen Library and cast your vote. Everyone who votes will be eligible to select a free book. See Mrs. Ferbrache for more details. Voting ends March 31.

    Juniors there are still spaces left for College Planning Day!
    This is a great opportunity to explore UW Bothell campus and get a grip on college planning! There will be presentations from colleges around the area, such as Western, UW and WSU. You will also be able to meet with representatives from these colleges and more! To register, come to the Career Center and see Mr. Nguyen!

    STEM Field Trip
    There are now additional spaces for Expanding Your Horizons STEM field trip but the deadline to register is TODAY! See Mr. Nguyen for additional information!

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

    ATHLETICS
    Hazen Soccer has a big week coming up with eight games in four days. It all starts tomorrow against Liberty. JV is at 5:00pm, and Varsity at 7:00pm. Both games are at Liberty. Hey, plan on coming and supporting us - we never get rained out so it is always game on for Hazen Soccer.

    Girls Tennis If you have not tried on the sample uniforms, do it today during the first 15 minutes of lunch. They are in Frau’s room. The order goes in at 2:10pm today.

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Tuesday
    FLASH Club Tuesday March 14th after school in room 238. Philip Velez an award winning army photographer with a background in military intelligence and foreign languages will be here to share ideas and show you how the role of an artist can serve in today's modern work environment.

    SENIORS
    The Hazelwood and Maplewood scholarship is available! If you attended any of these schools in the past, you can qualify for their scholarships!

    Daily Bulletin
    Friday, March 10, 2017

    Today is the last day to submit your registration for Women Fly!
    There are now additional spaces for Expanding Your Horizons STEM field trip but the deadline to register is TODAY! See Mr. Nguyen for additional information!

    Juniors there are still spaces left for College Planning Day!
    This is a great opportunity to explore UW Bothell campus and get a grip on college planning! There will be presentations from colleges around the area, such as Western, UW and WSU. You will also be able to meet with representatives from these colleges and more! To register, come to the Career Center and see Mr. Nguyen!

    This Saturday, you can support Hazen FBLA by going to Chipotle in Factoria!
    50% of your purchase will go to Hazen FBLA and support the 70 students going to FBLA State in April! Flyers are on the FBLA bulletin board outside of Rusty’s room 244.

    The Super Regional Championship this Weekend
    The Hazen Robotics Club is competing this weekend? That's right, our very own robotics team is competing against the top 72 Schools in the western United States! SO, come on out and watch our team compete for a spot at the world championship. The competition is being held at the Tacoma Convention Center and admission is free. See you there!

    Spring Prom is Saturday, March 18, just over a week away
    Don’t wait – ask your date today! Ticket prices go up next week, so get your tickets by Friday. Guest forms are due at the end of day on Wednesday, March 15. If a completed form isn’t submitted by that date, you will be unable to purchase a ticket for your guest. Get your tickets for the dance – it’s going to be fantastic!

    Spring Prom Spirit Days start next week!
    Monday is Pajama Day. Tuesday is Harry Potter Character Day. Wednesday is Quidditch World Cup Day (wear your favorite team jersey). Thursday is Mix n' Match Day. Friday is Battle of the Houses (Freshmen wear red, Sophomores wear blue, Juniors wear yellow, Seniors wear green).

    The Hazen Spring Plant sale is now on!
    Pick up bright pink order forms in the main office, order forms and payment due March 31...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!

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

    ATHLETICS
    If you started a spring sport and have decided to quit, please see Ms. Olson in the main office by March 17th.

    Athletes on tracers: This week you should have attended 2 study tables and are taking around a tracer to your teachers. These must be turned in on Friday in order to compete next week. You should have received a green tracer sheet on Monday or Ms. Olson has explained this to you. If your GPA was under a 2.0 at semester, you are required to do this. See Ms. Olson if you have questions.

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    Leadership class applications are due to Mr. Rustemeyer in room 244 by today, March 10th at 2:30pm.

    Next Week
    FLASH Club Tuesday March 14th after school in room 238. Philip Velez an award winning army photographer with a background in military intelligence and foreign languages will be here to share ideas and show you how the role of an artist can serve in today's modern work environment.

    SENIORS
    The Hazelwood and Maplewood scholarship is available! If you attended any of these schools in the past, you can qualify for their scholarships!

    Daily Bulletin
    Thursday, March 9, 2017

    Washington HOSA State Leadership Conference
    Tomorrow 34 of your classmates will be heading to Spokane to compete individually or in teams in 19 different events at the Washington HOSA State Leadership Conference. This is more competitors than Hazen has ever sent and they are in more events than Hazen has ever competed in. Wish them luck!

    Leadership Class Applications
    Due to Mr. Rustemeyer in room 244 by tomorrow, March 10th at 2:30pm.

    Teacher Academy
    This Friday, March 10, there will be a Teacher Academy information meeting for all students interested in taking the Careers in Education class for the 2017-18 school year. This class includes college credit and a year-long internship experience! Please join us in the Career Center during Advisory this Friday!

    Spring Prom is Saturday, March 18, just over a week away
    Don’t wait – ask your date today! Ticket prices go up next week, so get your tickets by Friday. Guest forms are due at the end of day on Wednesday, March 15. If a completed form isn’t submitted by that date, you will be unable to purchase a ticket for your guest. Get your tickets for the dance – it’s going to be fantastic!

    Do you speak a language other than English?
    Can you read and write in it too? You can earn up to 4 credits for a language you already know by taking the World Language Test here at Hazen on April 5th, during 5th period. To sign up for the test, see Mrs. Harris in the Counseling Office. The deadline to sign up is March 17.

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

    ATHLETICS
    If you started a spring sport and have decided to quit, please see Ms. Olson in the main office by March 17th.

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    Psych Club Today, March 9, is movie day! We’ll be screening 12 Angry Men, followed by a discussion. Everyone is welcome, and there will be popcorn. Come to room 115 at 2:10pm.

    Daily Bulletin

    Wednesday, March 8, 2017

    Teacher Academy Information Meeting
    This Friday, March 10, there will be a Teacher Academy information meeting for all students interested in taking the Careers in Education class for the 2017-18 school year. This class includes college credit and a year-long internship experience! Please join us in the Career Center during Advisory this Friday!

    Spring Prom is Saturday, March 18, just over a week away
    Don’t wait – ask your date today! Ticket prices go up next week, so get your tickets by Friday. Guest forms are due at the end of day on Wednesday, March 15. If a completed form isn’t submitted by that date, you will be unable to purchase a ticket for your guest. Get your tickets for the dance – it’s going to be fantastic!

    Do you speak a language other than English?
    Can you read and write in it too? You can earn up to 4 credits for a language you already know by taking the World Language Test here at Hazen on April 5th, during 5th period. To sign up for the test, see Mrs. Harris in the Counseling Office. The deadline to sign up is March 17.

    If you were invited to Academic Awards Night but did not attend?
    pick up your award from Ms. Williams in the counseling office.

    Costa Rica: Last Call!
    If you were planning to join us on the trip to Costa Rica this June, time is running out. Everyone is welcome, but you must sign up by today, March 8th. Don’t miss this great excursion to volcanoes, waterfalls, forests and beaches, featuring monkeys, sloths, butterflies, kayaking, hot springs and more! See Ms. Dowd’s teacher website (International Travel) for details or come by Room 115 for more information.

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

    ATHLETICS
    Athletes parents should sign up on the NPSL website, if they sign up on the website, they will be notified if games are cancelled due to weather or some other unforeseen reason. You can register too, so that you ‘ll always know what’s happening with your games. The site will send you a notice as soon as the game is cancelled! The website is WWW.npslathletics.org

    The Spring Sports meeting tonight in the auditorium at 7pm.

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Thursday
    Psych Club Thursday, March 9, is movie day! We’ll be screening 12 Angry Men, followed by a discussion. Everyone is welcome, and there will be popcorn. Come to room 115 at 2:10pm.

    Daily Bulletin
    Tuesday, March 7, 2017

    If you were invited to Academic Awards Night but did not attend, pick up your award from Ms. Williams in the counseling office.

    Spring Prom is Saturday, March 18
    Tickets are on sale in the ASB office.
    Be sure to clear all detentions and fines so you can go to the dance!

    Do you speak a language other than English?
    Can you read and write in it too? You can earn up to 4 credits for a language you already know by taking the World Language Test here at Hazen on April 5th, during 5th period. To sign up for the test, see Mrs. Harris in the Counseling Office. The deadline to sign up is March 17.

    It’s March Madness all month at the Newcastle Library
    All Hazen students are eligible to participate. Stop by the Hazen library, check out the display, and pick up a bracket. Return your completed form to either the Newcastle Library or Mrs. Ferbrache in the Hazen Library. Completed Brackets and weekly voting will make you eligible to win Barnes & Noble gift cards.

    It’s also time to vote for the Evergreen Teen Book Award
    Did you read at least 2 books from the list? If so, stop by the Hazen Library and cast your vote. Everyone who votes will be eligible to select a free book. See Mrs. Ferbrache for more details. Voting ends March 31.

    Want to travel to London, England and Paris, France?
    Ms. G and Mr. Swift want you to come with them! We will be traveling during Spring Break of 2017. Come to our meeting today, March 7th at 5:30pm where you can learn more about the trip and sign up. Come by room 131 for more information.

    Costa Rica: Last Call!
    If you were planning to join us on the trip to Costa Rica this June, time is running out. Everyone is welcome, but you must sign up by Wednesday, March 8th. Don’t miss this great excursion to volcanoes, waterfalls, forests and beaches, featuring monkeys, sloths, butterflies, kayaking, hot springs and more! See Ms. Dowd’s teacher website (International Travel) for details or come by Room 115 for more information.

    Lunch Today
    Assorted Rice Bowls, Spicy Chicken Nuggets with Garlic Toast, and Asian Chicken Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Hazen Drill fans Atten Hut! Are you interested in becoming a driller in the future? Come to open practice this Thursday, March 9th from 5:15-8pm in the main gym to see the team behind the scenes as we prepare for state! There will also be another open practice on March 16th, we hope to see you there!

    Athletes: tell your parents about the NPSL website, if they sign up on the website, they will be notified if games are cancelled due to weather or some other unforeseen reason. You can register too, so that you ‘ll always know what’s happening with your games. The site will send you a notice as soon as the game is cancelled!! The website is WWW.npslathletics.org

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    Flash Club no meeting today, March 7th. Our next meeting will be March 14th.

    FBLA members, there is a meeting today, March 7, after school with important information about upcoming fundraisers and state conference. We will meet in the activity room at 2:15pm. See you there!

    Thursday
    Psych Club Thursday, March 9, is movie day! We’ll be screening 12 Angry Men, followed by a discussion. Everyone is welcome, and there will be popcorn. Come to room 115 at 2:10pm.

    Did you forget to buy a GSA T-shirt? Don’t worry! The payment deadline has been extended to this Thursday. Also, don’t forget to bring in your Mary’s Place donations by this Wednesday.

    Daily Bulletin
    Monday, March 6, 2017

    The Word of the Week is Inconspicuous
    An adjective that means not easily seen or noticed. Example Sentence: She tried to be as inconspicuous as possible so the teacher would not call on her. Inconspicuous – WOW!

    Spring Prom is Saturday, March 18 , tickets go on sale today
    Be sure to clear all detentions and fines so you can go to the dance!

    Want to travel to London, England and Paris, France?
    Ms. G and Mr. Swift want you to come with them! We will be traveling during Spring Break of 2017. Come to our next meeting on Tuesday, March 7th at 5:30pm where you can learn more about the trip and sign up. Come by room 131 for more information.

    Costa Rica: Last Call!
    If you were planning to join us on the trip to Costa Rica this June, time is running out. Everyone is welcome, but you must sign up by Wednesday, March 8th. Don’t miss this great excursion to volcanoes, waterfalls, forests and beaches, featuring monkeys, sloths, butterflies, kayaking, hot springs and more! See Ms. Dowd’s teacher website (International Travel) for details or come by Room 115 for more information.

    Juniors!
    College Planning Day will take place at University of Washington Bothell on March 21st!
    This is a great opportunity to explore UW Bothell campus and get a grip on college planning! There will be presentations from colleges around the area, such as Western, UW and WSU. You will also be able to meet with representatives from these colleges and more! To register, come to the Career Center and see Mr. Nguyen!

    Women Fly! Will take place on March 24th!
    This special opportunity if for young women who are interested in aviation and aerospace careers and is hosted by the Museum of Flight! You will get to participate in workshops led by women currently working in the aerospace-related fields and gain knowledge about the field of aerospace. To sign up for this field trip, come see Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center!

    Are you a female student interested in STEM?
    Pick up and field trip application in the Career Center to attend Expanding Your Horizons! This is a great opportunity to learn about STEM careers with hands-on workshops and can provide a great networking opportunity to learn from women in fields that you are interested in. Deadline is this Friday!

    Lindbergh High School’s Trade Fair is tomorrow!
    If you are looking for post-secondary plans in the Trade field, come and check out this opportunity! You will get the chance to explore different trade and meet people currently working in them. To register, come see Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center!

    Lunch Today
    Taco Pie, Corn Dog, and Chicken Caesar Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Congratulations to the Drill Team for becoming 2017 District Champs last Saturday by taking 1st place in military and 2nd in kick! Wish them good luck as they prepare to take on state!

    Hazen Drill fans - Atten Hut! Are you interested in becoming a driller in the future? Come to open practice this Thursday, March 9th from 5:15-8pm in the main gym to see the team behind the scenes as we prepare for state! There will also be another open practice on March 16th, we hope to see you there!

    The last day to clear for C team baseball, fastpitch, Track or Girls tennis is this Wednesday the 8th. You must have spoken to a coach and gotten an “OK” in order to clear. Soccer is NO longer taking any more players. If you decide to quit, you MUST see Ms. Olson in the main office for a refund of your sports fee. Refunds will ONLY be given until March 17th.

    Spring Athletes: If you cleared for a sport and are doing running start, did you give your form to Ms. Olson? She needs to know if you are in Running Start. If you didn’t turn in the form, see Ms. Olson in the main office.

    All Athletes: tell your parents about the NPSL website, if they sign up on the website, they will be notified if games are cancelled due to weather or some other unforeseen reason. You can register too, so that you ‘ll always know what’s happening with your games. The site will send you a notice as soon as the game is cancelled!! The website is WWW.npslathletics.org

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Tuesday
    Flash Club no meeting on Tuesday March 7th. Our next meeting will be March 14th.

    ASB/Leadership Are you interested in joining the leadership class next year? Do you want to be a part of the group that plans our assemblies and activities at Hazen? If you do, then make sure to grab your leadership class application today! You can get your application either from Ms. Nolan in the ASB Office or from Mr. Rustemeyer in room 244. Applications are due on this coming Friday, March 10, 2017 at 2:30 PM. There is limited space, so make sure to pick up your application today!

    Thursday
    Psych Club Thursday, March 9, is movie day! We’ll be screening 12 Angry Men, followed by a discussion. Everyone is welcome, and there will be popcorn. Come to room 115 at 2:10 p.m.

    FBLA members, there is a meeting tomorrow, March 7 after school with important information about upcoming fundraisers and state conference. We will meet in the activity room at 2:15. See you there!

    Did you forget to buy a GSA T-shirt? Don’t worry! The payment deadline has been extended to this Thursday. Also, don’t forget to bring in your Mary’s Place donations by this Wednesday.

    SENIORS
    The Hazelwood and Maplewood scholarship Applications are available! If you attended any of these schools in the past, you can qualify for their scholarships!

    Daily Bulletin
    Friday, March 3, 2017

    Do you have your parking pass yet?
    Security is ticketing next week! $20 with ASB and $30 without in the ASB office, it’s cheaper than a ticket!

    Spring Prom is Saturday, March 18 , tickets will go on sale the week of March 6th
    Be sure to clear all detentions and fines so you can go to the dance!

    AP Students
    Remember TODAY is the last day to reserve your AP Exam in the ASB office! See Ms. Leick in the Counseling Office if you have any questions.

    Want to travel to London, England and Paris, France?
    Ms. G and Mr. Swift want you to come with them! We will be traveling during Spring Break of 2017. Come to our next meeting on Tuesday, March 7th at 5:30pm where you can learn more about the trip and sign up. Come by room 131 for more information.

    Highlanders!
    The band will be selling popcorn today for 75 cents to earn money for new band uniforms.

    Costa Rica: Last Call!
    If you were planning to join us on the trip to Costa Rica this June, time is running out. Everyone is welcome, but you must sign up by Wednesday, March 8th. Don’t miss this great excursion to volcanoes, waterfalls, forests and beaches, featuring monkeys, sloths, butterflies, kayaking, hot springs and more! See Ms. Dowd’s teacher website (International Travel) for details or come by Room 115 for more information.

    Juniors!
    College Planning Day will take place at University of Washington Bothell on March 21st!
    This is a great opportunity to explore UW Bothell campus and get a grip on college planning! There will be presentations from colleges around the area, such as Western, UW and WSU. You will also be able to meet with representatives from these colleges and more! To register, come to the Career Center and see Mr. Nguyen!

    Women Fly! will take place on March 24th!
    This special opportunity if for young women who are interested in aviation and aerospace careers and is hosted by the Museum of Flight! You will get to participate in workshops led by women currently working in the aerospace-related fields and gain knowledge about the field of aerospace. To sign up for this field trip, come see Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center!

    Are you a female student interested in STEM?
    Pick up and field trip application in the Career Center to attend Expanding Your Horizons! This is a great opportunity to learn about STEM careers with hands-on workshops and can provide a great networking opportunity to learn from women in fields that you are interested in.

    Lindbergh High School’s Trade Fair is taking place on Tuesday, March 7th
    If you are looking for post-secondary plans in the Trade field, come and check out this opportunity! You will get the chance to explore different trade and meet people currently working in them. To register, come see Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center!

    Lunch Today
    Chicken Fettucine, Fish Sandwich and Turkey Bacon Salad

    ATHLETICS
    Did you think it was too late to play baseball? It’s not!! You can still clear and get started. See Ms. Olson in the main office to get you going!

    If you still plan on clearing for a sport, you must go talk to the coach first. Clearing will be finishing up by next week and most teams are extremely full. Some sports are no longer taking new athletes, including Boys soccer. If you get the OK from the coach, you can continue the process. Clearing is now during lunch ONLY, there is NO clearing after school. Plan on taking the first 5 minutes of your lunch to clear.

    If your GPA was under 2.0 at semester, you are now on tracers. Pick up your tracers today with Ms. Olson in the main office.

    SENIORS
    The Hazelwood and Maplewood scholarship is available! If you attended any of these schools in the past, you can qualify for their scholarships!

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    HOSA is selling Red Out T-shirts and Artic Cool reusable cooling workout towels for the American Heart Association! Buy them during lunches and help support heart disease research & awareness. T-shirts $12 & towels are only $1! Remember to join the Red Out picture at lunch today!

    Daily Bulletin
    Thursday, March 2, 2017

    Spring Prom is Saturday, March 18
    Tickets will go on sale the week of March 6th. Be sure to clear all detentions and fines so you can go to the dance!

    AP Students
    Remember NOW is the time to make a payment to reserve your AP Exam! Make your payment no later than this Friday, March 3rd. You can either make a full payment of $93, a deposit of $30, OR if you are signed up for Free/Reduced Lunch, make a payment of $15. See Ms. Leick in the Counseling Office if you have any questions. Remember, only a payment will reserve your AP Exam!

    Juniors!
    College Planning Day will take place at University of Washington Bothell on March 21st!
    This is a great opportunity to explore UW Bothell campus and get a grip on college planning! There will be presentations from colleges around the area, such as Western, UW and WSU. You will also be able to meet with representatives from these colleges and more! To register, come to the Career Center and see Mr. Nguyen!

    Women Fly! March 24th
    This special opportunity if for young women who are interested in aviation and aerospace careers and is hosted by the Museum of Flight! You will get to participate in workshops led by women currently working in the aerospace-related fields and gain knowledge about the field of aerospace. To sign up for this field trip, come see Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center!

    Are you a female student interested in STEM?
    Pick up and field trip application in the Career Center to attend Expanding Your Horizons! This is a great opportunity to learn about STEM careers with hands-on workshops and can provide a great networking opportunity to learn from women in fields that you are interested in.

    Lindbergh High School’s Trade Fair
    Tuesday, March 7th
    If you are looking for post-secondary plans in the Trade field, come and check out this opportunity! You will get the chance to explore different trade and meet people currently working in them. To register, come see Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center!

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

    ATHLETICS
    If you still plan on clearing for a sport, you must go talk to the coach first. Clearing will be finishing up by next week and most teams are extremely full. Some sports are no longer taking new athletes. If you get the OK from the coach, you can continue the process. Clearing is now during lunch ONLY, there is NO clearing after school. Plan on taking the first 5 minutes of your lunch to clear.

    Hazen Wrestling- We have gear return and awards voting today at 2:15pm after school in the wrestling gym. All missing gear will be placed as fines on your account. Please return everything clean!

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    Today
    Asian Student Coalition Join us at the meeting today after school at 2:10pm in Room 203. We’ll be having an open discussion led by Ms. Nguyen! Bring snacks to share and we will see you there.

    HOSA is selling Red Out T-shirts and Artic Cool reusable cooling workout towels for the American Heart Association! Buy them during lunches and help support heart disease research & awareness. T-shirts $12 & towels are only $3!

    Come to the Latino Club after school today in the collaboratory and enjoy some pan dulce (Mexican sweet bread) and fun activities!

    SENIORS
    The Hazelwood and Maplewood scholarship is available! If you attended any of these schools in the past, you can qualify for their scholarships!

    Daily Bulletin
    Wednesday, March 1, 2017

    Help Hazen design Vans Shoes and win up to $50,000!
    Vans custom culture was created to inspire and empower high school students to embrace their creativity through art and design and to bring attention to diminishing arts education budgets. Stop by Ms. Madsen’s room 702 for a design template.

    Writers & Artists!
    Today is the last day to submit to the Literary Magazine! Send your poems, short stories, and artwork to hazenlitmag@gmail.com. Or see Ms. Menaul in Room 218.

    Want to travel to London, England and Paris, France?
    Well, Ms. G and Mr. Swift want you to come with them! We will be traveling during Spring Break of 2017. Come to our next meeting on Tuesday, March 7th at 5:30pm where you can learn more about the trip and sign up. Come by room 131 for more information.

    Are you thinking of running for an ASB Executive Office next year?
    On March 1st and 2nd there will be mandatory meetings before and after school in room 244. You must attend, if you are thinking about running. Information will be provided at the meetings about the process. Again, attend one of the mandatory meetings before or after school on March 1st and 2nd if you are thinking about running for an ASB office.

    Spring Prom is Saturday, March 18 – who are you going to the dance with?
    Tickets will go on sale the week of March 6th. Be sure to clear all detentions and fines, so that you can go to the dance.

    AP Students
    Remember NOW is the time to make a payment to reserve your AP Exam!
    Make your payment no later than this Friday, March 3rd. You can either make a full payment of $93, a deposit of $30, OR if you are signed up for Free/Reduced Lunch, make a payment of $15. See Ms. Leick in the Counseling Office if you have any questions. Remember, only a payment will reserve your AP Exam!

    Juniors!
    College Planning Day will take place at University of Washington Bothell on March 21st! This is a great opportunity to explore UW Bothell campus and get a grip on college planning! There will be presentations from colleges around the area, such as Western, UW and WSU. You will also be able to meet with representatives from these colleges and more! To register, come to the Career Center and see Mr. Nguyen!

    Women Fly!
    Will take place on March 24th! This special opportunity if for young women who are interested in aviation and aerospace careers and is hosted by the Museum of Flight! You will get to participate in workshops led by women currently working in the aerospace-related fields and gain knowledge about the field of aerospace. To sign up for this field trip, come see Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center!

    Are you a female student interested in STEM?
    Pick up and field trip application in the Career Center to attend Expanding Your Horizons! This is a great opportunity to learn about STEM careers with hands-on workshops and can provide a great networking opportunity to learn from women in fields that you are interested in.

    Lindbergh High School’s Trade Fair is taking place on Tuesday, March 7th
    If you are looking for post-secondary plans in the Trade field, come and check out this opportunity! You will get the chance to explore different trade and meet people currently working in them. To register, come see Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center!

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

    ATHLETICS
    Boys' Swim and Dive remember your End of the Year Banquet is tonight at 5:30pm in the Cafeteria. See you there!

    Hazen Wrestling We will be doing gear return and awards voting on Thursday at 2:15pm after school in the wrestling gym. All missing gear will be placed as fines on your account. Please return everything clean!

    ASB CLUBS & MEETINGS
    HOSA is selling Red Out T-shirts and Artic Cool reusable cooling workout towels for the American Heart Association! Buy them during lunches and help support heart disease research & awareness. T-shirts $12 & towels are only $3!

    Friday
    Bring your change on Friday to buy popcorn! The band will be selling popcorn every Friday for 75 cents to earn money for new band uniforms.

    Daily Bulletin
    Tuesday, February 28, 2017

    February is Black History Month
    On this very last day of Black History Month, here are two quotes from Dr. Martin Luther King that remind us of our building theme of love:
    “Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend.”
    “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”

    Juniors--Remember that you'll be taking the SAT on Wednesday
    Check in will be in the Commons starting at 7:00am. Bring your own calculator if you can. No cell phones can be used as calculators.

    Poets and Artists!
    The submission deadline for this year’s literary magazine is THIS WEDNESDAY! Submit your poetry, short stories, and artwork to hazenlitmag@gmail.com. See an editor or Ms. Menaul with any questions.

    Have you ordered a GSA t-shirt?
    Money is due this Friday! Also, don’t forget to bring food, toiletries, and clothing to the bin in your Language Arts class for Mary’s Place. This drive will continue until next Wednesday.

    Help Hazen design Vans Shoes and win up to $50,000!
    Vans custom culture was created to inspire and empower high school students to embrace their creativity through art and design and to bring attention to diminishing arts education budgets. Stop by Ms. Madsen’s room 702 for a design template.

    2017 Regional High School Art Show Winners
    Congratulations to the following students for winning awards in the 2017 Regional High School Art Show: Vivian McPherson and Jonah Gordan who both won Outstanding Achievement, and Evelyn Cho who received the highest score and is advancing to the State level at OSPI in Olympia!

    Are you thinking of running for an ASB Executive Office next year?
    Do you have what it takes to be our next ASB President, or Treasurer, or Highlander Club President? On March 1st and 2nd there will be mandatory meetings before and after school in room 244. You must attend, if you are thinking about running. Information will be provided at the meetings about the process. Again, attend one of the mandatory meetings before or after school on March 1st and 2nd if you are thinking about running for an ASB office.

    Spring Prom is Saturday, March 18 – who are you going to the dance with?
    Tickets will go on sale the week of March 6th. Be sure to clear all detentions and fines, so that you can go to the dance.

    AP Students
    Remember NOW is the time to make a payment to reserve your AP Exam! Make your payment no later than this Friday, March 3rd. You can either make a full payment of $93, a deposit of $30, OR if you are signed up for Free/Reduced Lunch, make a payment of $15. See Ms. Leick in the Counseling Office if you have any questions. Remember, only a payment will reserve your AP Exam!

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

    ATHLETICS
    Remember, you can clear today at lunch and after school, but you will not practice today. Make sure you still go meet up with the coach and the team to get any info or practice schedules. Also, there is a sports board in the commons, it will keep you up on with everything as the coaches are to keep it up to date.

    Baseball tryouts will be today, February 28th from 5-7:30pm, meet in the PE hallway.

    Track will be meeting daily in the cafeteria at 2:30pm. Athletes are expected to be in workout clothing, running shoes and ready to run outside at 2:30pm. Attendance and announcements will be made in the cafeteria and we will walk to the track to begin the workout portion of practice shortly afterwards.

    Hazen Wrestling- We will be doing gear return and awards voting on Thursday at 2:15pm after school in the wrestling gym. All missing gear will be placed as fines on your account. Please return everything clean!

    Daily Bulletin
    Monday, February 27, 2017

    February is Black History Month!
    In 1992, Dr. Mae Jemison became the first African American woman to go into space aboard the space shuttle Endeavor. During her 8-day mission she worked with U.S. and Japanese researchers, and was a co-investigator on a bone cell experiment.

    The Word of the Week is Alacrity
    A noun meaning speed & eagerness. Example sentence: When students came back from mid-Winter break, they returned with alacrity because they couldn’t wait to start learning again! Alacrity – WOW!

    Juniors--Remember that you'll be taking the SAT on Wednesday
    Check in will be in the Commons starting at 7:00am. Bring your own calculator if you can. No cell phones can be used as calculators.

    Poets and Artists!
    The submission deadline for this year’s literary magazine is THIS WEDNESDAY! Submit your poetry, short stories, and artwork to hazenlitmag@gmail.com. See an editor or Ms. Menaul with any questions.

    Are you thinking of running for an ASB Executive Office next year?
    Do you have what it takes to be our next ASB President, or Treasurer, or Highlander Club President? On March 1st and 2nd there will be mandatory meetings before and after school in room 244. You must attend, if you are thinking about running. Information will be provided at the meetings about the process. Again, attend one of the mandatory meetings before or after school on March 1st and 2nd if you are thinking about running for an ASB office.

    Spring Prom is Saturday, March 18 – who are you going to the dance with?
    Tickets will go on sale the week of March 6th. Be sure to clear all detentions and fines, so that you can go to the dance.

    AP Students
    Remember NOW is the time to make a payment to reserve your AP Exam! Make your payment no later than Friday, March 3rd in the ASB office. You can either make a full payment of $93, a deposit of $30, OR if you are signed up for Free/Reduced Lunch, make a payment of $15. See Ms. Leick in the Counseling Office if you have any questions. Remember, only a payment will reserve your AP Exam!

    Juniors!
    The Outstanding Junior Award application is due by the end of the day to Mr. Nguyen.

    Also for Juniors!
    College Planning Day will take place at University of Washington Bothell on March 21st!
    This is a great opportunity to explore UW Bothell campus and get a grip on college planning! There will be presentations from colleges around the area, such as Western, UW and WSU. You will also be able to meet with representatives from these colleges and more! To register, come to the Career Center and see Mr. Nguyen!

    Women Fly!
    Is March 24th! This special opportunity if for young women who are interested in aviation and aerospace careers and is hosted by the Museum of Flight! You will get to participate in workshops led by women currently working in the aerospace-related fields and gain knowledge about the field of aerospace. To sign up for this field trip, come see Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center!

    Are you a female student interested in STEM?
    Pick up and field trip application in the Career Center to attend Expanding Your Horizons! This is a great opportunity to learn about STEM careers with hands-on workshops and can provide a great networking opportunity to learn from women in fields that you are interested in.

    Lindbergh High School’s Trade Fair
    Tuesday, March 7th. If you are looking for post-secondary plans in the Trade field, come and check out this opportunity! You will get the chance to explore different trade and meet people currently working in them. To register, come see Mr. Nguyen in the Career Center!

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

    ATHLETICS
    You can clear today at lunch and after school, but you will not practice today. Make sure you still go meet up with the coach and the team to get any info or practice schedules. Also, there is a sports board in the commons, it will keep you up on with everything as the coaches are to keep it up to date.

    Softball is looking for a manager, anyone interested please stop by the South Gym today.

    Track will be meeting daily in the cafeteria at 2:30pm. Athletes are expected to be in workout clothing, running shoes and ready to run outside at 2:30pm. Attendance and announcements will be made in the cafeteria and we will walk to the track to begin the workout portion of practice shortly afterwards.

    Hazen Wrestling has its first ever 3 time state placer! Raven Svenson placed 5th at the state tournament, winning her medal match by fall! Mario Wesa and Tyson Mowrey missed the podium after going 1 and 2 in the tournament. Tyson and Mario made HHS history by being the first ever 4A state participants. Mowrey became HHS first ever 4x state participant.
    Hazen Wrestling- We will be doing gear return and awards voting on Thursday at 2:15pm after school in the wrestling gym. All missing gear will be placed as fines on your account. Please return everything clean!

    SENIORS
    Today
    The Renton Rotary Scholarship and the Renton Burien Emblem Club Scholarship are due today after school to Mr. Nguyen!

     

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