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    Roosevelt Daily Bulletin
    Posted on 09/05/2018
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    SCHOOL'S OUT FOR SUMMER!

    June 27th, 2019


    LUNCH
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    FROM THE COUNSELING OFFICE

    Seniors: Please note that your final transcripts will not be mailed out until July 15th. Some of your colleges may have already given you an earlier deadline. Please communicate with them that we are not able to process transcripts until that date. Please let the Counseling Office know if this continues to be an issue with the school.


    Wing Luke Museum is looking for friendly and helpful volunteers to be summer camp counselors. You must commit to at least one 5-day program (week 1: July 29-August 2; week 2: August 5-9 or week 3: August 12-16). You will assist the education specialist and teaching artists and supervise and interact with student ages 6-12. For more information, visit www.wingluke.org/summercamp.


    If you are passionate about discovering how our world works, you belong at the UW College of the Environment. If you will be a senior or junior next year, you are invited to explore College of the Environment majors, meet faculty and hear from current students. This Future Students Visit Day is scheduled for Friday, July 12th on the UW Seattle campus. If you have any questions, contact coenvadv@uw.edu or call 206-543-3141. To register visit environment.uw.edu/visit-day.


    Camp Fire of Central Puget Sound is looking for volunteers for their Day Camp. Earn community service hours. Questions? Contact Kerrie S. at 206-826-8941 or kerries@campfireseattle.org. Learn more and register at campfireseattle.org.



    The 2019 UW Summer Youth Program is currently recruiting a volunteer to work with a special needs student enrolled in a 1-week STEM Camp scheduled Monday-Friday, July 22-26, from 9am-noon. We seek a volunteer who is mature, enthusiastic, energetic and self-directed. Come by the Counseling Office for an application if you are interested.


    You can earn service hours this summer at the Northeast Branch of the Seattle Public Library. Students will create a spoken word video that focuses on the library's neighborhood from your perspective. Required meetings include: Orientation: July 19, 2:30-4:30pm, Workshops: 2:30-4 on July 24, 25 and 26, and Public Showing: July 26th 4:30-5:30pm. Make sure you can make the all the meetings, then go to www.spl.org/teenservicelearning or speak to a library staff person for information on how to apply. Questions? Email Jessica.lucas@spl.org or call 206-684-7539.



    There's a Leadership Internship with Camp Invention July 8-12 (9am-3:30pm) at Hazel Wolf K-8 STEM School. Earn 40 volunteer hours and strengthen your college, scholarship or job applications. Mentor and inspire students to encourage their innovative potential. Gain valuable knowledge about intellectual property literacy. For more information, contact Kristen Cater at kmmarshall@seattleschools.org.


    The Youth Tutoring Program of Catholic Community Services is looking for high school students to volunteer this summer to work with 3-4 students on a variety of literacy and math activities. On Thursdays, the group works on science-based activities. The summer program runs July 8th through August 15th, Monday through Thursday, during the daytime, afternoon, and early evening. The minimum commitment is 1.5 hours per week. There are six locations in the Seattle area, the closest to Roosevelt being at Jackson Park. For more information, contact Sandy Aslanian at sandya@ccww.org or visit their website www.ccsww.org.

     


    Seattle Parks and Recreation is looking for volunteers at the Rainier Community Center on Saturday, August 17 from 11am to 5pm (shifts are available between 8am and 7pm). Shifts  are either 2 or 4 hours. For more information, please contact them at
    volunteer@bigdayofplay.com
    or call 206-733-9703.

     

     

    Are you attending the University of Washington next year? Set yourself up for success with Early Fall Start. As an incoming freshman, you can earn 5 credits and get a jump-start on your college experience- one month before autumn quarter begins. Build connections with smaller classes, dive into a new subject or improve your English skills or learn to navigate the campus before everyone else. Visit earlyfallstart.uw.edu for course descriptions, information about registration, details on financial aid, and more.

      


    ATHLETICS

    For information on Athletic Paperwork, Deadlines, Etc. please visit our Athletics page.


    Coaches here at RHS are excited to offer several Sports Summer Camps for kids. Check them out!


    For Fall of 2019 schedules check out metroleaguewa.org