|**NEW** Stop the Bleed class March 13
Stop the Bleed workshops continue to empower the general public to make a difference in a life-threatening emergency by teaching them the basic techniques of bleeding control. Learn what to do to stop severe bleeding in an emergency. The more people that have this life saving skill, the better, so come one, come all.
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Lake City Community Center
12531 28th Ave NE, Seattle, Washington 98125
**NEW** One on One basketball spring break camp
Meadowbrook Community Center (10517 35th Ave NE)
Don’t get bored during Spring Break…get better! Our camps combine individual skill work, skills competitions and team play to provide a fun and productive experience. Whether your child is just discovering basketball or if you have a seasoned ball-player on your hands, One on One camps will improve their individual skills and teamwork! Bring a bagged lunch please.
#17288 4/8-4/12 M-F 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
**NEW** World Dance Party at Lake City Community Center
Our next World Dance Party is Friday March 22 6-9pm at the Lake City Community Center. It’s a potluck, please bring a delicious dish to share and be prepared to learn dances from all over the World!
Friday, March 22, 2019 at 6 PM – 9 PM
Lake City Community Center
12531 28th Ave NE, Seattle, Washington 98125
**NEW** LIKE movie screening
Did you miss the recent screening of “LIKE” at JAMS? You’re in luck!
How does social media affect your child’s brain development or social behavior?
The Robert Eagle Staff Middle School PTSA is hosting a screening of the film LIKE: A documentary about the impact of social media on our lives.
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
7 PM (doors @ 6:30)
Robert Eagle Staff Middle School Commons
1330 N 90th St, Seattle
Seating is limited – reserve your free ticket(s) today!
LIKE is an IndieFlix Original documentary that explores the impact of social media on our lives and the effects of technology/social media on the brain. The goal for this film is to inspire people of all ages, especially kids, to self-regulate. Recommended age for the film: 11+, perfect for parents of kids of all ages! Film run-time: 49 minutes
**NEW** Community Reuse and Recycle Event
Time: March 9, 2019 from 9am to 1pm
Location: Wedgwood Presbyterian Church, just north of the Wedgwood Post Office (8008 35th Ave NE)
Event Description: Drop off items at this free event for Northeast Seattle residents!
- Styrofoam & Packing Peanuts (Clean & dry)
- Household Batteries (Tape ends of all batteries. Leaking or broken batteries not accepted.)
- CFL tubes and bulbs (No broken bulbs; limit 4ft)
- Small Electronics
- Small Appliances (non-Freon)
- Furniture & household goods (good condition only)
ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED
- Commercial loads
- Broken furniture or household goods
- Yard waste
- Hazardous waste
- Automotive waste
- Construction waste
- Car seats
- Non-recyclable or reusable items
See more details here https://sustainableneseattle.ning.com/events/community-reuse-recycling-event
**NEW** DiscNW Spring Break camp
DiscNW is excited to announce our Spring Break Ultimate frisbee camp! Open to players, all experience levels, from any elementary or middle school.
When: April 8th through April 12th, register for the full week or for specific days.
Where: Genesee Playfield
For: Elementary and Middle School players
Cost: $317/week, $62/day – Financial Aid Available.
Registration: DiscNW Spring Break Camp
Summer Camp information and registration here: DiscNW Youth Camps Home page
**NEW** Watts Basketball Spring Break Camp
Give your kids the ultimate basketball experience this spring! Join Seattle Basketball legends Donald and Slick Watts for a week filled with games, drills, skills that will transform your child for a lifetime! Watts Basketball camps feature incredible mentors, fun with friends and the best skill development in the country!
Learn more and sign up about our Spring Break Camp HERE
Check out our full Summer Camp schedule HERE
* Sign up by March 22 and receive 10% off by using the code ‘SPRING10’ at checkout!
Joining with friends or teammates? We offer even greater savings for groups of 3 or more!
Scholarships available for those in need. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details
Don’t miss out! Sign up today and become a Game Changer For Life!
Annual Hands On Skills Fair
A new wave is sweeping the country. People are recognizing the joy, satisfaction and security of being able to provide for their own needs, shifting from dependence on giant corporations to a healthy interdependence with our local community. Let’s relearn the skills our grandparents knew! In partnership with Meadowbrook Community Center, Sustainable NE Seattle is organizing the ninth annual “Hands-On Skills Fair.” Folks from our neighborhood have stepped up to share skills such as food preservation and preparation, seed saving, soap making, basic plumbing and electrical, tool repair, carpentry, pruning, gardening, simple bike maintenance, and making lotions, just to name a few.
Saturday, March 30
10am to 5pm
Meadowbrook Community Center
(10517 35th Ave NE, Seattle 98125)
Adolesco Youth Exchange Applications due May 15
We offer a two-way exchange program that gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in a new language and new culture and to host your carefully matched exchange partner in turn. At Adolesco Youth Exchange we will match you with a student about your own age in France, Germany, Italy, or Spain (your choice), you will decide exactly when (whatever’s best for your schedule), and for how long (between 6 to 12 weeks) you want to go on exchange (and then to host) as part of our flexible and affordable nonprofit language immersion and cultural exchange program for qualifying students between ages 9 and 18.
Please RSVP email@example.com and join us at one of the following information meetings:
- Sat., April 20, 2019 • 2 – 4 PM: Northeast Library, Meeting Room (6801 35th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115);
- Sun., April 21, 2019 • 1 – 3 PM: Lake Hills Library, Meeting Room (15590 Lake Hills Blvd, Bellevue, WA 98007);
- Sat., April 27, 2019 • 2 – 4 PM: Bellevue Public Library, Meeting Room #4 (1111 110th Avenue NE Bellevue WA 98004);
- Sun., April 28, 2019 • 1-3 PM: Capitol Hill Branch, Meeting Room (425 Harvard Ave. E., Seattle, WA 98102).
You can now learn French, German, Italian, or Spanish while living in a new culture and gain a great friend for life!
Start your application at www.Adolesco.org/pre-application and contact Marie for more information. Marie Meyer 303-913-4845 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Raiders Hoops Camp during spring break
Nathan Hale High School boys basketball team is offering a camp during spring break for kids ages 6-12. This is a fun way for kids to improve their skills and to interact with local coaching staff, as well as high school student athletes.
The camps will take place at Nathan Hale High School (10750 30th Ave NE, Seattle WA 98125) and will be run by the high school coaches with assistance from the players.
April 8 to 11
9:00am to 3:30pm
(Lunch is NOT provided)
Register online at halesports.org or by sending a check or money order payable to Nathan Hale Boys Basketball to 10750 30th Ave NE, Seattle WA 98125.
For more information, contact Coach Dom Brooks at email@example.com
Raider Soccer Summer Camp
Raider boys and girls soccer camp for elementary and middle schoolers
July 8-12, 2019
Register now before spots fill up!
Elementary school hours: 9am -12pm.
Middle School hours: 1–4 pm.
Location: Jane Addams Middle School.
$100.00 per Player
Price includes 5 days of camp, T-shirt, soccer ball and coaching by Nathan Hale Soccer Team & Coach(es).
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for link to registration and any additional questions.
Creative Art Network camps
To view upcoming SUMMER and SPRING BREAK camps go to www.cancancancan.com (4 cans).
Classes now offered:
- Comic Books
- Sci Fi Art
- Brick Animation
- Clay Animation
Hope to see you there!
GeoGirls field camp program
Opportunity for girls in the 7th and 8th grades, living in Washington and Oregon:
The application process is open for the 2019 GeoGirls field camp program at Mount St. Helens. GeoGirls, high school mentors, and teacher mentors will spend five days conducting hands-on research and interacting with scientists, learning about volcanoes, natural hazards and modern scientific monitoring technologies. They will camp, hike to field sites, work on research projects and learn how to document and share their scientific findings by building a public webpage. The program will be held August 4–8, 2019, at Mount St. Helens, Washington.
Applications from girls, high school students and teacher mentors are due March 17, 2019. Selections will be announced May 3, 2019.
The program will include:
• 25 girls graduating from 7th and 8th grade from Washington and Oregon;
• 5 girls graduating from 10th-12th grades from Washington and Oregon;
• 4 female middle school science teachers from Washington and Oregon.
Find all the information you need on the Mount St Helens Institute webpage, https://www.mshinstitute.org/…/for-p…/geogirls/geogirls.html
DiscNW JAMS Ultimate camp
DiscNW offers an ultimate summer camp, just for JAMS students. Registration is now open, please feel free to spread the word as your spring season gets rolling!
When: July 29-Aug 2, 9AM-3PM
Who: JAMS Players, entering and exiting players in the 2019-2020 school year
Cost: $317/Week, 63.40/Day. Financial Aid Available.
Player too old for JAMS camp? Attend our *newly added* North End HS camp for players attending Ingraham, Ballard, Nathan Hale, Roosevelt, Blanchet, Shorewood, Shorecrest, and more!
Summer enrichment at the University of Washington
Registration is open! UW’s Summer Youth Program for middle school students is now open for enrollment. Parents and students can choose from a wide variety of half day classes in coding, engineering design, visual arts, creative writing, debate and much more! For dates, time and registration information please visit us at: https://www.summer-camp.uw.edu/
Parent University on April 27
Parent University is a half-day event featuring insights from experts in the field of childhood and adolescent development. This year’s keynote speaker is NYT best-selling author Julie Lythcott-Haims who will talk about her book, How to Raise an Adult. The closing speaker will be Dr. John Medina, author of the Brain Rules series. In between there will be a choice of sessions covering a range of parenting topics: friendships, sexuality & consent, learning differences, race in America, managing anxiety, experiencing grief, kids & technology and a Gottman-trained therapist who will talk about parental well-being.
This community event offers learning for parents and guardians of K-12 students. Childcare is available for kindergarten- 5th grade children only. Space is limited, so reserve your childcare spot during registration.
Saturday, April 27, 8:30 am to 2:30 pm
Event held at The Bush School, 3400 E Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98112
Cost: $30. Attendance includes a light breakfast and a boxed lunch.
Register today: www.bush.edu/page/about-bush/parent-university#
Hot Java Cool Jazz
Join the Roosevelt Jazz Band on March 15 at the Paramount Theatre to celebrate the sounds of Washington’s top performing young jazz musicians at Starbucks 24th Annual Hot Java Cool Jazz concert. 100% of proceeds from ticket sales will directly benefit our school’s music program. Buy tickets online or from our local Starbucks store, Starbucks at Roosevelt Square. This is one of the most awe inspiring high school events of the year.
Sunday Skate at Magnuson
Magnuson Community Center
7110 62nd Ave NE, Seattle, Washington 98115
Sunday, March 31, 2019 at 3 PM – 6 PM
Come join us for our FREE series of Sunday Skates brought to you by Magnuson Community Center and PFM Roller Derby. All ages and abilities are welcome but children under the age of 18 must have parental permission. This is a free event with donations welcome. We will provide the space, tunes, and skates. You provide the smiles and laughter.
Seattle Neighbor Day May 4
Mark your calendars and join us in celebrating Seattle’s 25th Annual Neighbor Day on Saturday, May 4. Yes, it is a bit later this year. We decided to move it into Spring in hopes of taking advantage of nicer weather while also giving people more time to plan!
Neighbor Day is a special day set aside to reach out to neighbors, make new friends, and express thanks to those who help make your neighborhood and community a great place to live. We encourage all Seattle residents to celebrate this day by indulging in random acts of kindness. Residents, businesses, or community groups are all invited to participate however they like. The main goal is simply to reach out and connect with your neighbors through generosity.
We will make it as easy as possible for you to participate! Stay tuned for a list of ideas and resources that can help you plan your Neighbor Day event or activity.
In the meantime, save the date and start thinking about how you want to celebrate.
If you have any questions or want to bounce ideas off someone, contact Neighbor Day coordinator Sam Read at email@example.com.
For more information on Neighbor Day, please visit our website at seattle.gov/neighborday.
Community offerings are included in the Jaguar News as helpful resources for our parents and students. They are not to be perceived as endorsements by Jane Addams Middle School, the JAMS PTSA, or Seattle Public Schools.