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May 16, 2022 Weekly Bulletin

Upcoming Dates:

May 20               Bike to School Day before school

May 25               Multi-Cultural Night & Art Show 5:00 – 7:00 pm

June 2                 Music Concert – 4th/5th EIM and MS   7:00 pm (Auditorium)

June 3                 Dance – 7th and 8th Graders  6:00 – 8:00 pm (Auditorium) 

June 6                 5th Gr. Seymour Kaplan Awards 6th (Zoom)

June 10               8th Gr. Trip to Family Fun Center 12:00 – 3:00

June 13               Pups to Wolves Celebration 5:00 pm

June 15               Field Day

June 16               8th Gr. Promotion 5:00 pm

June 17               Last Day of School – Early Release 2:25 pm

1.School Musical – Hey Hazel Wolf Community!  Did you know we’re having our first performance of a school musical in over two years!  The musical is called We Will Rock You and all the music is songs by Queen!  We had about 75 students total involved with this production and we can’t wait to share it with you!  Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students.  You can purchase at the door or you can buy them online at  Performances are in the Hazel Wolf Cafetorium on May 18th at 7 p.m., May 19th at 4:30 p.m., May 20th at 7 p.m., and May 21st at 2 p.m.  We have some tickets donated for families who are on free/reduced lunch.  If you fall into this category, you can email Ms. Burnett directly at or call 206-252-4638 and she will arrange to get you tickets.  We want everyone in our community to enjoy our show!  If anyone has more questions, please email or call.  See you there!

2.Covid Cases Increasing – We are seeing an increase in cases just as we are throughout the city.  As of Friday, we had two classrooms which will require all students to test and mask.  If this effected your family, you would have been notified by this time.  Although we don’t have mandatory all school masking, we are definitely recommending it for now. 

3.Dance for 7th and 8th Graders – June 3rd, 6:00 – 8:00 pm.  Theme is the 90s and presale tickets for $3 ($5 at the door), will be available May 23rd – 27th.  If you would like to chaperone, please let Ms. Sierra (Jackson)  know.

4.8th Grade Field Trip June 10 – $30 School Pay Link–22-Family-Fun-Center-8th-Grade/ScFlS1E  Please contact Ms. Nelsen if you need a partial or full scholarship.

5.Lost and Found – We are overflowing again!  We will be leaving everything out near the front rocks during the Musical, so Wednesday night (May 18th) through Sunday the 22nd.

6.New Family Night at Nathan Hale High School

Wednesday, June 8th

6:30pm – 8:30pm

Incoming NHHS students and families are invited to come to Nathan Hale to meet our coaches and learn about our sports, visit our clubs and activities tables, take a tour of the school and learn more about our parent/guardian organizations. A no-charge pasta dinner for the whole family will be served and Raider Gear (spirit gear) will be available for purchase.  We can’t wait to meet you in person!

7.Hall of Fame Team Camp Summer Session

There are still plenty of spots in our mini-camps for campers ages 5-7yo and we have a handful of spaces left for campers ages 6-12yo in our full day camps! 

Check out our website to register: Hall of Fame Team Camp at Hazel Wolf K-8

8.Lake City Clean up May 21st — Saturday May 21st is “Seattle Day of Service.” Please come to 12700 Lake City Way from 1:30-4pm to clean up Lake City. All items (gloves, bags, containers, vest and trash picker grabber) provided. For more opportunities to participate in the “Seattle Day of Service.”


1.The Hazel Wolf Library Book Fair is Coming Up!  Dr. V is looking for volunteers to help with the fair 😊  Adult volunteers will be needed the week of June 6th -10th before school, after school , and at lunch recess.  We will also open the Book Fair to families Wednesday afternoon and evening (3:45-6:00).  If you are interested in helping out, please go to: to sign up to help

2.Bike to School Day — Friday May 20, before school — Students and parents are invited to join other kids nationwide for Bike to School Day on Friday, May 20. So get those bikes ready to ride and let’s pack the rack! Come out for a raffle, snacks and freebies to celebrate biking. We’ll be raffling off some gift certificates to a local bike shop. Also the PTSA will be selling Hazel Wolf spirit gear and serving Starbucks coffee for parents to enjoy. If you want to donate snacks to
our event (and get an extra raffle ticket!), please email Ann at annshim
Check out pictures from 2019’s Bike to School event:

3.Field Day Volunteers – You know how many volunteers it takes to run field day? 75. We need volunteers to step up to make this event a success. You can go here to get your volunteer paperwork completed:

And click here to sign up as a volunteer:

4.Multicultural Night –Middle-school Culture, Society, and Identity class with the Parent Racial Equity Committee and the PTSA are excited to invite you and your family to Multicultural Night on Wednesday, May 25th from 5-7pm, outside at Hazel Wolf.

Bring a game, traditional dress or something to share that is special to your family/ culture/ heritage, a dish of food, OR just bring yourselves and come to celebrate our Hazel Wolf Community.

We need some adult volunteers to help the event run smoothly. Please sign-up to help out if you can.

Please email any questions or comments to:

5.Family Skating Party – Join us for our school skate party at Lynnwood Bowl & Skate on Friday May 27th 5pm-7pm. Admission is $8 for skates & $12 for inlines. Contact Sabra Warren with questions or for scholarships:

6.BSA Scouting – Did you know that BSA Scouting isn’t just for boys? Where can girls (and other non-boys) go if they want to backpack 50 miles, learn to treat a broken leg, survive overnight in the wilderness, train to safely shoot a shotgun, and sleep in a snow cave they built themselves? Or make new friends while becoming leaders among their friends and community? Or even earn the rank of Eagle Scout? Troop 681, that’s where! 😊😊

Troop 681 is an inclusive Scouts BSA (formerly Boy Scouts of America) troop located in North Seattle and is currently looking for new members. 6th graders and up are welcome to come check us out.

7.Hazel Wolf K-8 Art Show – Want your artwork displayed at Hazel Wolf K-8?

We will have an art showing in conjunction with the annual multi-cultural Potluck to be held on May 25.

Open to ANY student with artwork made at home or school.

K-5 students please submit Art to Ms. Mackin (in Art room 111) by Friday May 20, so name and title labels can be made beforehand)

Middle School students submit artwork to Ms. Powers (in Art room 111)  by Friday May 20.

First and Last name and grade level should be written or attached to the back of your art (with a pencil) and delivered to the art room (or office) by May 20.

Questions? For K-5 grades, ask Ms. Mackin ( for Middle School, contact Ms. Powers (

8.PTSA Executive Board for 2022-2023 – Hazel Wolf PTSA Nominating Committee would like to announce the following board:

President: Christa Kahn Kleiner

Vice-President (of Operations): Tracy Buckingham

Treasurer (co): Lesley Isgur and Christine Mauritzen

Secretary: Alicia Kaneko

Other filled positions include: Co-Marketing & Communications, Fundraising, STEM, Equity Liaison(s), Community Outreach, Membership, Legislative, Family Support, Events Coordinator, Homeroom Rep Coordinator, Staff Appreciation Coordinator, Student Enrichment, Special Funds Coordinator, Staff Representative K-5, Staff Representative MS

We are still looking for 1-2 people to help (co-lead) Communications/Marketing. If you want to join, email me at: We hope to see you at the May General Session.

9.Hazel Wolf Snack Drive! We are super low on snacks! Here is an Amazon Wish list for the snack drive. We  need snacks for all classrooms:

You can always buy in person and drop off. Please note that MOST gummies are not Kosher or Halal (like the popular Welch’s fruit snacks, they contain pork in the gelatin).  You can have it shipped directly to the school or drop it off at school. You do not need to buy through Amazon but if you do, please set your Amazon Smile to:

Hazel Wolf PTSA Unit 6.15.24  Location: Tacoma, WA

You can get more information on how to set your donation here:

10.Wolf Pack Spotlight – We are launching the Wolf Pack Spotlight. This is a new way we can connect and spotlight members of our community. Students and their family create short videos (1-3 mins. max) sharing something that is important to them (traditions, food, games, holidays, family stories, etc.). A few students video clips will be combined to create a video that will be shared in class and with our community. This will help us learn about and celebrate our school community. We aim to create these each month during the school year. Please email with any questions.

Permission to Broadcast Form:

Fill | Hazel Wolf Pack Spotlight Permission to Broadcast Required for participation– Sign to consent   I CONSENT to the release of my student’s artwork/photos/video/audio files via email distribution to Hazel Wolf staff for sharing in a classroom meeting.   You may withdraw your consent to share this information at any time. A request to withdraw your consent should be submitted in via email to or in writing and signed to Hazel Wolf K-8, 11530 12th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125

11.Summer Bridge Program – The UW Women’s Center to help plan our annual Summer Bridge Program Rising 9th and 10th grade. This program is a part of our high school college-readiness program, Making Connections, and runs for two weeks in July to help introduce rising 9th/10th graders to various career paths and aid them in developing academic and professional skills.  

This year, the program will be held from July 11th – July 15th & July 18th – July 22nd from 11 am to 2 pm. As of now, we are planning a hybrid format with both online and in-person activities. These activities will provide students with the opportunity to explore different career opportunities by hearing and learning from real industry workers. In past years, we have visited offices such as Facebook, Google, Sound Transit, and Miller Hull Architecture. Our program has a particular focus on STEM paths but is open to all interested and curious students. 


12.Bishop Blanchet Summer Camps for Rising K – 9th Graders – Soak in the summer fun at Bishop Blanchet! Registration is open for in-person camps in athletics, academics, and the arts at BBHS. 

Athletics Camps runthroughout the summer and include cross country, cheer (K-8), basketball, flag football, freshman football, lacrosse, soccer, and volleyball. 

The Discovery Learning Camp (gr 5 – 8) runs July 18 – 22. This is a full-day immersive experience where students choose to attend three class sessions in STEM, art, music, drama, social justice, outdoor activities, and more. Lunch supervision is provided.

The BBHS Study Skills Camp (gr 5 – 9) runs August 15 – 18. This camp helps students develop time management, organization, study strategies, and planning skills to increase success in the classroom.

Multi-camp and sibling discounts are available. Register

13.Joining the parent Racial Equity Committee – We are looking for Black, Brown, Indigenous family members to join this team! While we do have members who are White, we intentionally focus on the voices of Black, Brown and Indigenous families and students. If you are interested, please contac