Ballard High School activities through Sept. 26

Quote of the Week:
“Do GREAT things!”

Monday, September 21
· Picture Day #1, PAC, 7:20 AM-2:20 PM

Tuesday, September 22
· Picture Day #2, PAC, 7:20 AM-2:20 PM


Wednesday, September 23
· 2 HR Early Release (all classes 1-6)

· Link Crew Meeting/Training, Black box, 12:30 PM

· Future Filmmaker’s Screening, PAC, 12:30 PM

Thursday, September 24
· PTSA Board and General Meeting, Library, 5:30 PM/7:00 PM

Friday, September 25
· Link Crew Academic Follow-Ups

Saturday, September 26
· Marching Band – Leavenworth Parade

“The only time you fail is when you fall down and stay down.”
~Stephen Richards

Club Sports: Ultimate

Monday, September 21
· JV2 vs. Nathan Hale, Jane Adams, 3:30 PM

· JV1 vs. Garfield JV, Interbay, 3:30 PM

Wednesday, September 23
· Varsity vs. Ingraham, Interbay, 3:30 PM

Thursday, September 24
· JV1 vs. Ingraham JV, Interbay, 3:30 PM

Friday, September 25

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Ballard Athletic Booster Club meeting schedule

General Meetings: (all BHS parents welcome) Mondays, at 6:30 in the Staff Lounge
September 14, November , January , March , May (Elections)

Board Meetings
Mondays – October , December , February , April , June

Fall Sports Meeting – September 2nd, at 7:00pm in the Auditorium

Fall Sports Pictures - Wednesday Sept 3rd at 2:pm

9th Grade Parent Night – TBD

First PTSA Meeting – September 24 at 7:00 pm

Fall Shout Outs Due - Monday September 28th Shout Out Order Form

Curriculum Night – October 8th

Winter Sports Meeting – Teams will meet individually this year.

Winter Sports Pictures - Tuesday, November 24th

ABC Blast - TBD

Spring Sports Paperword Due: (make sure you have a current physical or that the one you used last year is still valid)

Spring Sports Meeting – March TBD at 6:30pm in the Commons

Spring Sports Pictures - TBD

Beaver Nation Awards - June TBD


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12th Man minds jaywalking law amid celebration in Ballard, Mayor Murray says 'Good job Ballard'

Video posted by The Retroist on Youtube on Feb 2, 2014

The 12th man is ever mindful of the Seattle's jaywalking laws.

In Ballard, after the the Seahawks Super Bowl victory over the Broncos, fans thronged the streets in jubilant celebration.

Instead of breaking glass and blasting fire works in the middle of intersections, the 12th man in Ballard heeded jaywalking laws and waited for the street light to signal their paused exuberance. When the light said "walk" flocks of green and blue flooded the intersection, blasting horns and screaming. And yes, there were a few fireworks.

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