Upcoming Vaccine Sites for Kids Age 5-11

Regional Clinics (Any Student Can Attend)

Northeast

Olympic Hills Elementary 13018 20th Ave. NE Seattle, WA 98125

  • 1st dose: Saturday, November 13, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.; 2nd dose: December 4, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Medical provider: Seattle Visiting Nurses Association. Registration and consent shared soon.

Eckstein Middle School 3003 NE 75th St. Seattle, WA 98115

  • 1st dose: Saturday, November 20, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.; 2nd dose: December 11, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Medical provider: Seattle Visiting Nurses Association. Registration and consent shared soon.

School-Day ClinicsParents and guardians are welcomed to accompany their student to a school day clinic. Because the clinics will be inside schools during the school day, adults must be prepared to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test from the past 72 hours

Northeast

Bryant Elementary

  • November 9; November 30, 7:30 – 10:30 a.m.
  • Medical provider: Seattle Visiting Nurses Association. Registration and consent shared soon.

John Rogers Elementary

  • November 10; December 1, 7:30 – 10 a.m.
  • Medical provider: Seattle Visiting Nurses Association. Registration and consent shared soon.

Northgate Elementary at North Seattle Church (2150 N 122nd)

  • November 11; December 2, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
  • Medical provider: Seattle Visiting Nurses Association. Registration and consent shared soon.

Olympic Hills Elementary

  • November 18; December 9, 7 – 10 a.m.
  • Medical provider: Seattle Visiting Nurses Association. Registration and consent shared soon.

Sandpoint Elementary

  • November 19; December 10, 8 – 10 a.m.
  • Medical provider: Seattle Visiting Nurses Association. Registration and consent shared soon.

Jane Addams Middle School

  • November 23; December 14, 1 – 3 p.m.
  • Medical provider: Seattle Visiting Nurses Association. Registration and consent shared soon.

Spirit Gear *Flash* Sale

Get your HW pom-pom beanie in time for the snow, or a HW hoodie for yourself because you deserve a new one. Place your orders for spirit gear online by November 7th or send completed paper forms to school by November 5th. Check out additional items that are available on the website (but not posted on the forms due to limited quantities). For more information and to order:

Click here for the online order form: https://hazelwolfk8.ejoinme.org/SpiritGearFall2021

Click here for the paper order form:

 

Ski Bus Info for 2021-2022

* SKI BUS INFORMATION FOR 2021 – 2022:
Hazel Wolf Ski Bus Information Packet 2021-2022
Ski Bus Information Night, Oct. 21, 2021: Recorded Zoom Meeting

2nd-8th grade Ski Lessons: Wednesdays
SSCS will be offering ski lessons 4:00pm-6:30pm at Summit Central.
6 Weeks: Wednesdays, Jan 12th-February 16th
– The price for six weeks of ski bus and lessons is $400, additional lift ticket/pass required.
– A “Bus only” option will be available for 5th -8th graders for $200.00.
– Wednesday lessons are SKI only. SSCS does not provide snow boarding lessons.
– Bus leaves around 2:30/2:45pm and returns between 8:00pm/8:30pm

For registration with SSCS: http://www.snowsportsconsultingservice.com/student-forms.html – see “Hazel Wolf”
For any questions, email Sarah Burris sarah8600 @hotmail.com

5th-8th Grade Middle School Ski Lessons/Free Ski: Fridays
Webb ski will be offering ski/snowboard lessons 6:00pm-7:15pm at Summit Central.
5 Weeks: Fridays, January 7th-February 4th
– The price for five weeks of ski bus and ski/snowboarding lessons is $436.00-additonal lift ticket/pass required.
– A “Bus only” option will be available for -$209.50
– Individual bus trips, if there is space available – $45.00 per trip
– Webb ski offers both ski and snowboarding lessons
– Bus leaves around 4:00pm and returns between 10:30pm/11:00pm
To register, email: info@webbski.com
For any questions, email Lorraine Lewis Phillips lorraine.lewis.phillips @comcast.net or Mr. Smith gmsmith1 @seattleschools.org

Update from Spring General Session Meeting 6/9/21

Thank you to all who were able to attend our Spring General Session on Wed. June 9. We approved the 2021-22 budget and elected executive officers for the 2021-22 school year. Click on these links to view the presentation slides and approved budget .

Congratulations to the members of our 2021-22 Board!
Co-President: Marina Gray
Co-President: Camille Mulchi
Treasurer: Rebakah Minarchek
VP Operations: Christa Kleiner
Co-Marketing & Comms: Katherine Ellis
Co-Marketing & Comms: Jade Blocker
Fundraising Coordinator: Gloria Okada
Community Outreach: Zoe Leverson
Family Support: Tracy Buckingham
Legislative: Dan Mitchell
Staff Representative (non-voting): Jessica Dolin

To our outgoing board members, amazing work was accomplished this challenging school year. We thank you for your time and service to the Hazel Wolf K-8 Community and PTSA. THANK YOU to Sarah Burris, Chris Johnson, Rachel Hoover, Ann Lipscomb, Kelli Charboneau, Sabra Warren, Traci McCallick, Kevin See and Corrine Grandbois.

There are still open board positions to fill! We need YOU to help make our return to in-person school in the Fall a success! If you think PTSA-organized programs are important to your child’s school experience and to our community– please consider joining our board. Open positions include: Secretary, E-STEM Coordinator, Homeroom Rep/Staff Appreciation Coordinator, Student Enrichment Coordinator, Membership, Social Events, Special Fund. Also, we are looking for a volunteer to be our Spirit Gear Lead. Check out the role descriptions here. If you have questions or you’re interested in learning more, please contact one of the board members or Camille & Marina at president@hazelwolfk8.org.

Also thank you to David Lewis for joining our meeting. If you missed his talk and would like to view his presentation, you can access his slides here.

Summer Wolfpack Meetups

Enjoy an opportunity to socialize with other Hazel Wolf families this summer.

Summer meetups are scheduled for K-5, Middle School and grade-level meet ups at park playgrounds. Bring your own snacks or picnic. Meetups will follow local Public Health guidelines. Be sure check the PTSA blog or Facebook Events for updates.

Download the Summer Wolfpack Meetups flyer with the full schedule.

PTSA General Meeting with guest speaker David Lewis – Wed. June 9th

Everyone is invited to join the final PTSA General Meeting of the school year on Wed. June 9th. We’ll be hearing from guest speaker, David Lewis, Psy.D., who is currently the Program Manager of Behavioral Health Services for Seattle Public Schools. He will be focusing his talk on anxiety, related to our students’ experiences this past year during the pandemic and their transition into full-time in person learning next year.

Also, we will be voting to approve the 2021-22 Executive Board and budget. This is a meeting you don’t want to miss! The meeting is on Weds, June 9th and begins at 6:30pm.

Register in advance for this Zoom meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

More about our speaker David Lewis:

David Lewis, Psy.D. is currently the Program Manager of Behavioral Health Services for Seattle Public Schools. The department is dedicated to lowering discipline rates, increasing attendance, and positively impacting the social emotional well-being (and academic achievement), proportionately for all students.

Lewis is an Affiliate Professor at UW in Seattle/Bothell, where he lectures across various departments within the realms of Behavioral Sciences, Social Work, and Education. He is most known for his expertise and research related to the content area of Neuroscience, and that includes topics related to; Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES), Elevated Anxiety, Complex Trauma, and Toxic Stress.

Read the Parent Map article about David Lewis: This Researcher and Father Is Ensuring That Schools Value More Than Just Academics, Meet David Lewis, the guy helping shape Seattle Public Schools’ programs and policies around social-emotional learning