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    DAILY BULLETIN – WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2018

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    Periods 1-3-5, No Advisory

    Today’s Lunch Special: Chicken Egg Roll with Sweet and Sour Sauce and Brown Rice

    Grab & Go: Turkey Ham Sub, Chicken Caesar Salad, Veggie Salad

    Daily Lunch Option: Cheese Pizza, Pepperoni Pizza, Garlic Chicken Pizza, Hamburger, Pepper Jack and/or Bacon Burger, Chicken Burger, Spicy Chicken Burger, Fish Burger, Veggie Burger

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES

    • Attention Juniors and Sophomores! Join the yearbook staff next semester! Learn new skills! Create the memories! Get occ ed credit! We need YOU to make the yearbook.  Yearbook Spring Staff forms are out: see Mr. Lovre in room 201 or in the yearbook room. 
    • WANTED: Poets, rappers, writers, artists, creators, activists, story tellers and performers. Come share your talents and help plan for the 2018 Garfield Poetry Slam. Spoken Word At Garfield Meets Wednesdays After School in room 204.

    OFF-CAMPUS OPPORTUNITIES

    COLLEGE, CAREER, AND COUNSELING

    • Online Registration for 2nd semester will begin Monday, January 22, 2018.  You can stop by to see Ms. Alston in the Counseling Office to sign up for an appointment during NON-CLASS times only beginning Wednesday, January 17, 2018.  There are limited appointments slots available, so be sure to get in early to reserve your spot!  
    • Teens in Public Service is hiring interns! TIPS interns work to provide affordable housing and services to the homeless, tutor at-risk youth, gain hands-on experience in the medical, science and environmental fields, and provide cultural enrichment and educational opportunities to children and families. Application Deadline is Feb 26th at teensinpublicservice.org
    • Looking for scholarships? Please visit the College and Career Center scholarship page on Garfield’s website.

    GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

    • Need tutoring? Stop by the library on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school from 3:45 – 5:45pm to get help with homework.
    • We are in the midst of flu season and flu shots are still available in the Teen Health Center. Stop by to find out more info on how to sign up for an appt.

    CLASS ANNOUNCEMENTS

    2018

    2019

    • Juniors are you interested in taking the ACT? Come take a practice ACT with Princeton Review at Garfield on January 20th. Please come to the college and career center to sign up. Spots are limited, so sign up ASAP.  

      2020

    • Class of 2020 – Help us create our class flag! The deadline is 1/31/18 to garfield2020asb@gmail.com or a hard copy to an officer. Designs will be voted on for a winner; each must say “Garfield High School Class of 2020 somewhere!” Winning artist will receive a free piece of our upcoming merch!
    • 10th graders! It’s about that time to meet with you school counselor for your 10th grade meeting. We’ll check in and talk about graduation requirements, college, and your future goals. Come in and see Ms. Traci in the Counseling Office in room 104 to schedule your appointment. The counselors look forward to meeting with you!

    2021

    • 2021 ASB is gearing up for its first fund-raiser, a sticker design contest! As for a submission form from your adviser or see Mr. Zimmerman in Portable 4. Completed submissions should be returned to the mailbox in front of the AC by January 19.

    CLUBS

    American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

    Wed, Lunch

    223A

    Anime Club

    Wed, Lunch

    239

    Engineering Club

    Wed, Lunch

    115

    Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)

    Wed, Lunch

    320

    Pen

    Weds, Lunch

    303A

    Key Club

    Wed, Lunch

    338

    Multiracial Student Union

    Wed, Lunch

    226

    Mock Trial

    Weds, After School (3:55-5:00)

    226

    • Attention all official DECA members.  Please pick up you DECA pin for quick and easy access to seminars starting this Thursday at lunch.

    ATHLETICS

    Sport

    Team

    Opponent

    Place

    Date

    Day

    Time

    Basketball

    Girls’ JV

    Nathan Hale

    Nathan Hale

    1/17

    Wednesday

    5:45

    Basketball

    Girls’ Varsity

    Nathan Hale

    Nathan Hale

    1/17

    Wednesday

    7:30

    Wrestling

    Varsity

    Sealth, West Seattle

    West Seattle

    1/18

    Thursday

    6:30

    Basketball

    Girls’ JV

    Ingraham

    GHS

    1/19

    Friday

    4:00

    Basketball

    Boys’ JV

    Ingraham

    GHS

    1/19

    Friday

    5:30

    Basketball

    Girls’ Varsity

    Ingraham

    GHS

    1/19

    Friday

    7:00

    Basketball

    Boys’ Varsity

    Ingraham

    GHS

    1/19

    Friday

    8:30

    Gymnastics

    Varsity

    Nathan Hale, Roosevelt

    Nathan Hale

    1/19

    Friday

    7:00

     
    • Congratulations to the Boys' Swim team on their victory against Roosevelt on Friday.  Several team members swam season best times and shout out to Senior Andrew Woodworth who qualified for State!!
    • Anyone interested in trying out for Bulldog softball in late February should attend a pre-season player meeting at 4PM on Monday (Jan 22nd).  Our Softball Varsity went to the State Championship for the first time in school history last season. If you play softball or are athletic and want to try, please come and learn more about the program.  The room location will be updated on the Thursday Daily Bulletin. 

    For up-to-date schedules, visit www.metroleaguewa.org!

    Remember, Be LOUD, Be PROUD, and CHEER for your own Team!

    GO BULLDOGS!