BHS Daily Bulletin

Ballard Daily Bulletin
June 23, 2017

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STUDENTS


Lunch –  Chef's Choice

Ballard High School will be offering Summer School in Math, Language Arts, and Social Studies. The dates will be July 6 – August 2nd and classes will meet Monday-Friday from 8am-12pm. Students should contact their counselor for sign up information.

Do you need a new shirt with your new class colors? Do you support Black Lives Matter and immigrants’ rights? The multicultural committee has T Shirts in Red, Black, white and grey for $ 15.00.

All fines must be paid in full before you can receive your yearbook. Yearbooks are back on sale now 55.00 w/ASB and 90.00 without ASB in the activity room during lunch and afterschool.

Sports Paperwork for the school year 17-18 is now available online and in front of the main office. Be early and complete your paperwork now for next year. Make sure your physical is current for the whole season and that you have $ 35.00 for your new ASB card. Questions see Mrs. Nickerson in the main office.

Service Learning Opportunities: A complete June Service Learning bulletin can be found online or in the counseling office.


The Magnolia Summer Fest, happening the weekend of Aug. 5th - 6th, has an Art and Talent Show. They are looking for artist submissions as well as volunteers. The all-ages talent show is looking for acts of all varieties! Dancers, musicians, jugglers and magicians! You name it! If you are interested, go to www.magnoliasummerfest.org to sign up to participate in the art or talent show.

Discover Your Northwest is sponsoring a fundraising event---Dancing for a View---to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Ballard Locks on Monday, July 3rd from 5 to 9 pm. Volunteers can make games for children and stuff goody bags before the event. On July 3rd, you can help decorate for the dance, sell raffle tickets, assist with the photo booth, and run the games for the children. Contact Patti Wilmot at locks.Centennial@discovernw.org or 206 661 5482 to learn more and sign up.

Would you like to be part of the gofer team for the Seafair Hydroplane races this August? You will learn a lot about running large events and marketing. Volunteers work from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on Aug. 1st through the 4th and help get everything ready for the weekend events. One Sat., Aug. 5th and Sun., Aug. 6th, you will work from 7 a.m – 6 p.m. (half a day is possible) and on Mon., Aug. 7th, you will work from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Student volunteers must be 16 or older and have a waiver form signed by your parent or guardian. Wear tennis shoes, polo or button down shirts and nice pants or shorts. To learn more call or email Bill McTaggart at 206-799-1512 or bmctagg323@aol.com

You can help at the Greenwood Car Show Pancake Breakfast on Sat., June 24th from 6:15 a.m. to noon. Shifts available. Learn more and sign up at http://phinneycenter.org/volunteer/

Would you like to help kids at Mary’s Place create art this summer? What you and the children create will be an auction item at the WCR auction this fall that will raise funds for Mary’s Place. Mary's Place is an organization that provides housing, food, and services to homeless families, including many children. Duties may include helping to design the project, collecting materials, and then working with the kids onsite at Mary's Place in North Seattle at 130th St and Stone Way. This will be an ongoing project this summer; the schedule will be determined in part by the availability of those working on the project. If this sounds interesting and you would like to learn more, contact Diane Dieterich at dldieterich2@comcast.net or 206-409-1142.

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