If you have elevator keys checked out from the health room, they need to be returned ASAP if no longer needed, or returned on the last day of school to have the $5 fee removed from their account. Reminder for students with medications to plan to pick up meds or have parents pick medications up on the last day of school. The health room will not be open again until August 13.
Renton School District, Seattle University, and PIMA Medical Institute in Renton have partnered to create a week-long summer program about Cardiovascular Health. This FREE program is being held at PIMA’s Renton Campus July 29 to Aug 2 and runs from 12:30pm to 5pm A late lunch is provided and transportation options are available. However, this limited to a maximum of 20-30 participants! See Mr. Walker in 701 today or any of your Health, Health Science, Anatomy or AP Bio teachers tomorrow or Monday!
If so, Mr. Wallace and Ms. Auman will be holding a meeting after school next week on Wednesday, June 12 to talk about the class and give you some summer reading suggestions! See you there!
Pay is $12 per hour, training provided. You can apply online at the Renton School District Employment page.
Once you have completed the College Running Start Application and have confirmation from the college of placement, then you are ready for the next steps: Turn in your signed Hazen Running Start Agreement Form to Ms. Courtney in the Counseling/Attendance Office Lobby, then she will schedule a half hour meeting with your school counselor to discuss classes and sign your Running Start Verification Form.
Come to the Library and get help from Mrs. Eide before or after school, during lunch or any time with your teacher's permission. The issue we were having with 9th graders "moving up" should be resolved. If it isn't Mrs. Eide needs to know about it. She can help with Skyward, Canvas and email too!
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