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7 am to 3 pm
Students, if you drive to school and you know that you will be leaving before the end of the school day, please park in the new parking lot off 304th (the old pool building). Thank you!
ASB Elections will be on Wednesday, April 29th. Please turn in your completed petitions and signed off speeches to Mr. Cameron or the Main Office by Tuesday, April 28th during Advisory. If you want to be a part of your school, it’s not too late to run for office! Pick up the forms today!
Attention freshmen, sophomores and juniors…the University of Washington is hosting the Young, Gifted and Black conference on May 23rd. The purpose of this conference is to promote self-esteem, social consciousness and cultural awareness while simultaneously emphasizing the importance of higher education. Interested students need to see Ms. Boone in the Career Center ASAP. This is a first come, first served conference.
Do you love photography? Do you have a strong eye for graphic design? Can you write amazing articles? Do you want to be part of Fed history? THEN APPLY FOR YEARBOOK! Pick up an application in the Main Office or Mr. Recato’s Portable 17B. Applications are due by May 8th! Don’t delay. Be a part of history!
Attention Dream Project students, your UW field trip forms are due to Ms. Boone no later than 10:30 am on Friday! Remember, first come first served!
Attention Seniors! If you handed in your Master Portfolio to your advisor during your SLC, please pick them up in the Library today. Many were incomplete and you need to complete them before you are allowed to by tickets for Prom.
Prom tickets will finally go on sale on Monday, April 27th! They will start of at only $20 but prices will gradually rise, so be sure to talk to Mr. Green right away about any fines you may have. Seniors, you will not be able to purchase a Prom ticket until your Master Portfolio is completed!
Do you ever wonder what it would be like to work with the Seattle Mariners, Seahawks or Sounders? Well, sign up for the Sports Management class at Puget Sound Skills Center (PSSC) and get a behind the scenes look at the business side of sports. Contact your counselor today to sign up for this exciting class. It is offered this summer and next year at PSSC.
Each day there will be a drawing to acknowledge students for modeling one of the five Eagle Expectations (Respectful, Responsible, Engaged, Dependable, Resilient). To enter the drawing make sure to turn in your signed eagle feather into the Eagle Expectation Box in the Main Office.
Would you like to earn a 2 year degree while you are in high school? Do you like technology? Puget Sound Skills Center’s College IT Class is now accepting applications for Summer and Fall Sessions. Classes are free and transportation is provided to and from your school. See your school counselor for more information.
Come to the Eagle’s Nest and try some of our newest items! Black Bear frozen yogurt is being sold for only $2.00. You can try all the new flavors; vanilla, strawberry and chocolate/vanilla swirl. We are also selling grilled cheese sandwiches for only $1.50. Grilled cheese is the way to please! Come to the Nest for the best!
Are you interested in being part of a dynamic organization that focuses on family, community service, fun, state and national competitions and possibilities for scholarships? Then come join us every Monday for FCCLA in Portable 2 at 2:15.
Attention Poets! Rappers! Song writers! And anyone who is curious – Poetry Club is every Monday, in Room 202. You don’t need to perform or have anything written, just show up and enjoy!
Chess Club meets on Wednesdays after school in Portable 24B.
REMINDER – Students that leave campus at any time without checking out through the Attendance Office or the Nurse’s office will be unexcused. All schools in the Federal Way school district have a “closed” campus. Once on campus, you cannot leave until the school day is over, unless you check out through the Attendance Office with parental approval.