Feb. 7, 2021
March 11 | Library Curbside Pickup, 3-5 p.m.

March 25 | Library Curbside Pickup, 3-5 p.m.

April 8 | PTSA Board Meeting, 7 p.m.

April 12-16 | Spring Break, no school
Online Registration Window by Grade
BHS 2021-22 Course Signup starts soon!
Student Online Course Registration information offered here and online. Note, each grade level has a window of registration, detailed as follows:

Online Registration By Grade:
Grade 11 | Class of 2022 | Link on Source Feb. 9-22
Grade 10 | Class of 2023 | Link on Source Feb. 23 to March 1
Grade 9 | Class of 2024 | Link on Source March 2-8

Students, please follow the steps and instructions below to register online via the Source. Consult with your current teachers if you have questions regarding a specific subject area's course sequence.

Students with IEPs should work directly with their IEP case manager to select their courses for 2021-22.

Registration drop-in help sessions
BHS Counselors will be hosting drop-in help sessions to get your questions answered, check your Counselor’s Schoology page to access the times and links to these meetings. Please attend a drop-in session before trying to setup an individual meeting.

PLEASE NOTE! Your 2021-22 class schedule is built completely on which courses and alternates you SUBMIT ONLINE. If you do not complete this CRITICAL step within your registration window posted above, it could result in not getting the courses you wanted.

Visit the Fall Registration page for more information.
New class offerings for the 2021-22 school year
New courses below. Refer to the BHS 2021-22 Course Catalog for a complete listing and descriptions of all courses.

  • Business Management
  • Business Mathematics [thru Edmonds College in the Classroom (CIHS), costs/info in BHS Course Catalog]
  • Mathematics in Society (Edmonds CIHS)
  • Introduction to Statistics (pending approval, Edmonds CIHS)
  • Antiracism Civic Engagement
  • Black Studies US History 11
8th Grade Choices Event Videos available online
Ballard HS released an Asynchronous (independent) 8th Grade Choices Virtual Event for prospective families to learn more about Open Enrollment and hear from staff and students on why "It's Always Great to Be a Beaver!" Online link below and more information on the 8th Grade Choices Event page.
BHS PTSA General Meeting | 7 p.m. Feb. 11
Ballard Teen Health's on-site wellness services
During these challenging times, it’s critical to stay connected. Did you know that BHS has a wide variety of FREE medical and mental health services that are provided on campus? Both our school nurse and the Swedish Medical Center/Ballard Teen Health Center (BTHC) are available to support students now and when school meets in person.

At the 7 p.m. Feb. 11 PTSA General Meeting, we will have a panel of BTHC representatives and BHS Nurse Laurie Tirtanadi, RN, MS, ARNP available to answer questions about supporting student mental health during remote learning.

Mental Health Counselor Chelsea Clark, MSW, LICSW and Nurse Practitioner Karen Boudour, ARNP will discuss BTHC care options during the building closure and share helpful resources.

The presentation follows a quick PTSA introduction and Principal Keven Wynkoop update. We are looking for questions to be submitted ahead of time (by Feb. 10), so that our panelists can be prepared.
The General Meeting is preceded by a 5:30 p.m. PTSA Board Meeting. (Email for link) More info on the BHS PTSA News Page.
BHS Diversity Empowerment Council forming
We have a new group for families of color at BHS called the Diversity Empowerment Council. Any family member or student of color can join. The group's goal is building relationships with and centering the voices and ideas of the families of color at Ballard. We meet the third Thursday of every month from 7-8 p.m. via Teams.

We are currently working on outreach to students, systems for supporting students of color at school, and planning an evening event for families of color and their allies.
Anyone interested in joining can contact history teacher Robin Dowdy at

(Note: Photo collage of BHS Diversity Mural, which spans the eastern beam just inside the north entry to our school. More info on the 2018-19 collaborative effort here.)
Report cards should be ready mid-month
Report Cards will be available to view on the Source after the end of the 1st Semester grading process has been completed, estimated to be Feb. 19. Printed copies may be requested if families are unable to access remotely by emailing BHS Counseling Secretary Carol Bristol at

Upload photo for the yearbook | Due Feb. 18
BHS Families have two options to get student photos in the School Yearbook.

OPTION 1. If comfortable, students can go to Rowland Studio for 5 minute appt for photo and ID by making a reservation for a time on Feb. 15 or 16 and Rowland will send those files to the Yearbook committee for the Yearbook photo. 

OPTION 2. Is to do the HJ eShare Upload to upload a student photo (no ID) for the yearbook.

Photo deadline Feb. 18. Submission details on the Yearbook Photo Page. If you have questions or need help submitting photos, please email the Shingle Editors at or message us on Instagram @bhs_shingle.
Donate lidded jars to a Greenhouse project!
Botany teacher India Carlson would love to collect glass bottles and jars (must have lids) so students can build terrariums during Second Semester.

Drop off outside the south entrance, near the BHS Main Office, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. or at the next Library Curbside event on Thursday, Feb. 11 from 3-5 p.m. (Also: BPA Families and Friends: Once you’ve finished enjoying your BPA Spaghetti Dinner, please consider dropping off your empty marinara jar and lid to BHS. Thank you!)
Email questions to Ms. Carlson at Thank you!
Spring Running of Beavers event cancelled
The Ballard High School Foundation's Running of the Beavers 5K Run/Walk fundraising event is not able to take place this spring.

"We pride ourselves on the fun, festive environment at our event and the participant experience overall. There is also nothing more important to us than the safety of our participants and volunteers. At this time, we are choosing not to hold our event until it is safe to do so," according to the Foundation's statement.

More information about the Ballard High School Foundation.
CollegeBoard AP Exam update!
AP tests will be offered remotely. More specific details for BHS students coming in March!
Visit the CollegeBoard 2021 Updates for more information about AP exams from CollegeBoard.  
SAT School-Day Assessments Update
Due to health and public safety concerns, the administration of the March 2021 school day SAT for Juniors has been cancelled.

The plan is to provide the school day SAT to all Seniors in Fall 2021. Also: College Board will no longer offer SAT Subject Tests or SAT with Essay.

Students are still able to register and take the PSAT and SAT but will need to register on their own through the CollegeBoard. Please visit CollegeBoard for additional information and resources.

More information on the Assessments Overview Page
Second Semester kicks off with Beaver Reader fun
The Ballard High School Library is offering a variety of online activities this week to kickstart the Second Semester!

The Beaver Book Club, which meets every other Friday, is currently reading Internment by Samira Ahmed.

Here are the daily activities; meeting links are available on the Library Schoology page:
Monday, Feb. 8 - Eager Beaver Readers, noon | Library Game Club, 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 9 - Library Leaders, noon
Wednesday, Feb. 10 - Reading Buddies, 10 a.m.
Thursday, Feb. 11 - Curbside Pickup/Library Book Return, 3-5 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 12 - Ballard Comic Book Club, noon | Beaver Book Club, 12:30 p.m.
Next Curbside Pickup Feb. 11
Send your BHS Valentines, Curbside style
Want to share some Beaver Reader kindness at the next Library Curbside Pickup? Share a Valentine!

Here's how:
Drop off cards 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays in bins outside BHS. Remember to include first AND last names. Students will be alerted if they have a valentine to pickup Curbside! Deadline: Feb. 9.

The next Curbside Pickup event is 3-5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11. Put books and games on hold at!

If you are done with your BHS Library book you can return it either during Curbside events or on any school day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the bins outside of the south (Main Office) building entrance.

Visit the BHS Library page to stay current on what's happening in the BHS Library!
Follow your heart into a great book!
Fill out this Bingo sheet and bring it to Curbside Pickup on Feb. 11 or 25!

You get more prizes for the more Bingos (5 in a row) you get, so shoot for a blackout (every single one) if you can!

There are 25 spaces total and since Feb. 14 is Valentine’s Day, that’s our theme! Good luck!
BHS Student tutors help with online sessions
Need help with free virtual tutoring, led by qualified BHS student tutors? Learn more about the Online Tutoring Program and subjects offered here.
To schedule a tutor meeting, go to and follow the instructions.
If you have any questions contact program manager Ben Caffee at or Teacher-Librarian TuesD Chambers at
Senior Resources page offers helpful updates for '21
Class of 2021, don't forget to check out the Senior Resources page for timely news and information. The Counseling Center also has a myriad of resources:

New Scholarships are being added every day. Refer to the Scholarship page.
New College Visits and Fairs have been added. Check them out on the Counseling College Visit page!
Seniors! Check your High School & Beyond Plan Graduation Requirements. Visit the HS & Beyond page for more details. 

The Counseling Center's Applying to College resource guide has answers to commonly asked questions about applying to college and helpful links.
Thank you BHS Counseling Center staff!
Even though the Counseling Center is operating this year in a remote capacity, our counselors have been working extra hard to reach students who need assistance. We'd be remiss not to thank our BHS Counselors in the spirit of National School Counseling Week for all they do!
Pictured here, top to bottom l-r, are School Registrar Kim Nickerson; Counseling Secretary Carol Bristol; Counselor (Last Names Cj-Han) Sarah Bowman; Counselor (Sci - Z) Leti Bravo; Special Projects/Part-Time Counselor Katie Huguenin; Counselor (Mcj-Sch) Gail Olson-Laing; Counselor (A - Ci) Sonja Petersen; and Counselor (Hao - Mci) Tom Kramer.

Follow our awesome @bhsschoolcounselors on their Instagram page!
Job and Internship Board online
Students! Did you know we have a virtual Job/Internship Board?

WSU Admissions Application Extended to March 15
WSU campuses have extended the admission application priority deadline (for first-year students) and the general scholarship application deadline (for all students) to March 15.
Additional notes
  • All physical WSU campuses are planning on in-person student experiences starting this fall;
  • FAFSA/WASFA application priority deadline for incoming new WSU students has been moved to Feb. 15;
  • Experience WSU, Pullman's admitted student visit program, will be virtual.

Visit the WSU Website for more updates and information.
College Visits & Events offered online
The BHS Counseling Center offers online college visits this year! Get information about admission processes, financial aid and campus life in a virtual setting, while speaking with a live college representative.
Upcoming visits include:

1:10 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11 | Warner Pacific University, Portland

1:10 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12 | Academy of Interactive Entertainment, Seattle

9 a.m, Wednesday, Feb. 24 | University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland

2:05 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25 | Pacific University, Forest Grove OR
2:05 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25 | Pacific University, Forest Grove OR

2:05 p.m. Thursday, March 11 | Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

Visit times and details on College Visits & Events page.
Virtual fair opportunities offer helpful college info
College Board BigFuture Days for 10/11th graders
College Board is hosting BigFuture Days, its first-ever series of virtual college fairs for sophomore and junior families. Visit the BigFuture Day site for more information.
NACAC Virtual College Fairs offered through May 2
NACAC Virtual College Fairs are offered though May 2. Students please log in and review the Spring Schedule and register for free at
Verto Education Virtual College Fair | 3-5 p.m. Feb. 10
Verto Education is hosting its first national virtual college fair, with 50+ Colleges and Universities, and national education experts, from 3-5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 10! Come meet with admissions counselors from top colleges and universities, converse with current college students about their experiences, and attend college-readiness workshops! Attendance for each fair limited to 5,000 students, parents, and counselors so register here!
Women's University Club of Seattle Scholarships
The Women's University Club of Seattle seeks students focused on the humanities and social sciences as well as students with science, technology, engineering and math goals (STEM) for scholarship consideration. Successful candidates reflect the Foundation’s values of innovative leadership, civic involvement, and personal growth.

Applications must be received no later than Tuesday, Feb. 16. Applications are available online at under the search name "Women’s University Club of Seattle Foundation." View the attached WUC Application Flyer for more information.
If you have any questions please contact 
Microsoft DisAbility Scholarship | $5,000 per year
The Microsoft DisAbility Scholarship will be awarded to promising high school seniors with disabilities who plan to attend a vocational or academic college and target a career in the technology industry. The scholarships are renewable – each winner who continues to meet the criteria is eligible to receive an annual award of $5,000 for up to four consecutive years for a potential total $20,000 scholarship. Deadline: March 1.
B3 Banner Scholars Program offers $10K yearly for college
Applications for the Ron & Vanessa Banner Scholars Program are currently being accepted through March 15. B3’s mission is to foster the next generation of student leaders. B3 Foundation President Zach Banner grew up in Tacoma and is currently an Offensive Tackle for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The scholarship is named for his teacher parents.

Scholarship recipients will receive $10,000 annually for four years and will be paired with a mentor in the field of their choosing who will coach them throughout their college experience. Criteria and application info HERE.
Seattle Public Library offers service learning opportunities
Seattle Public Library's Teen Services librarians offer Service Learning and Learning Buddies tutoring opportunities for high school students to make a positive impact in their communities while earning community service hours for high school.

More information on the SPL Teen Service Learning page.
Service learning options available thru BHS Library too
Service learning allows BHS students to apply academic, social and personal skills through activities that benefit the community.

The BHS Library has a variety of opportunities. Check out these online options and meeting times on the Service Learning page:
Library Ambassadors | Eager Beaver Readers |
Reading Buddies | PRIDE Book Club | Beaver Book Club

Email Teacher-Librarian Ms. Chambers at to learn more! All links are located on Schoology for students.
Note from the BHS Nurse | Sunsets are magical
Sunsets are magical. Have you noticed the days are getting longer and the sun is setting an hour later now? Each evening, right on schedule the sun sets every single day. We can count on it. Have you ever taken a few moments to watch the sunset? It is calming and beautiful. It has also been shown to put one in a good mood. It gives one a reason to go outside for a walk to see the sun set. Watching a sunset can influence a creative person and help the wired person slow down. Watching a sunset can give us an appreciation for the beauty of our Earth. There is no time like the present to experience the magic of a sunset.
BTHC offers student health care services
The Ballard Teen Health Center (BTHC), a collaboration between BHS and Swedish Medical Center, offers both remote and scheduled in-person visits to students for medical and mental health purposes. ​The Center is funded through the Families, Education, Preschool and Promise Plan levy.
If you are interested in scheduling an appointment, please send an email or call/text to BTHC Clinic Coordinator Say Tuitele at | 206-390-3355. If you are not yet registered, you can complete a Consent for Care Services here.
SPS offers Student Meals during remote learning
SPS Nutrition Services offer free meal distribution to students/families from 11:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. weekdays at 40 meal sites around the city -- including these area neighborhood schools:

  • B.F. Day Elementary, 3921 Linden Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98103
  • Catherine Blaine K-8, 2550 34th Ave. W, Seattle, WA 98199
  • John Hay Elementary, 201 Garfield St., Seattle, WA 98109
  • North Beach Elementary, 9018 24th Ave. NW, Seattle, WA 98117
  • Whittier Elementary, 1320 N.W. 75th St., Seattle, WA 98117

62nd Annual (Virtual) BPA Spaghetti Dinner Feb. 6
Thank you to those who participated in 62nd Annual Spaghetti Dinner! In a school year like no other it was an awesome (and delicious) tradition to keep going!
Thanks to BPA performers, organizers, volunteers (pictured above) and donors for helping the show go on! And if you missed the event, you can still kick your feet up (like @the_head_beaver, pictured here); purchase and watch the
Ballard Girls Soccer kicking off soon!
Girls Soccer Tryouts are Feb. 22-23. Coach Sam Maccarrone will be hosting a pre-season Zoom Call at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 10.

If you're interested please email coach directly at and he will forward you the link.

Follow on FB Ballard Beavers Girls Soccer or Instagram @BallardGirlSoccer
Beaver Football hosting Potential Players Meeting
Ballard Students! Are you looking for connection and an outlet to compete? Are you interested in football?

If so, email to get the details on our Potential Players Meeting! We are meeting next week so you can learn about our program!
Congratulations also to senior Caelin Johnson, who signed last week with Simon Fraser Football.

"We are excited to watch him and 2019 alum Ian Crocker compete together. #BallardPride." Follow on Instagram @ballardbeaverfootball.
MetroLeagueWA Updates | Season 1 registration due
Based on the information in Gov. Inslee’s plan, the MetroLeagueWA adopted a two-season sports model for this year only. This format protects participants’ safety while providing student-athletes the best possible quality athletic experience. Seasons and/or sports may need to be adjusted based on Puget Sound Region's metrics.

SEASON 1 | Feb. 22 - April 17 | Athletic Registration Due NOW
Boys: Football
Girls: Soccer, Slowpitch Softball, Swim & Dive, Volleyball, Gymnastics
Coed: Cross Country, Golf 

Physicals must be current from the first day of tryouts/practices until the day after the State Playoffs. Physicals may be scheduled with the Ballard Teen Health Center as well.

Boys Lacrosse Team recruiting new players
BHS Boys Lacrosse, a club sport, is actively recruiting new players for the Spring 2021 season. Practices are being held now and the season starts April 19.

Please contact Mary Scott Senan ( for more information.
Sign our thank you!
Shhh! We're sending staff a Valentine!
Ballard students and families are invited to show their appreciation for our amazing teachers & staff by signing the group card linked below.

Please share the card link with your BHS friends and family -- we want include all the gratitude we can, even though the building is closed.

The deadline is Feb. 12, so don't delay!
BHS School Website Update
The school sites have intermittently been unavailable
due to technical issues with the site vendor. This may also affect some of the links in this week's newsletter at times.

If unable to
reach the BHS website you can also check out our Facebook account
and our PTSA Instagram account for school updates!
BHS Office hours
The Main Office is staffed 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (for email or phone communications only) on school days. The phone number is 206-252-1000.

Email BHS Administrative Secretary Cindy Peterson at or Assistant/Athletics Secretary Rayna Bauer at with any questions.

Helpful quick links

Student Portal (Source/Schoology)
SPS District IV Director appt update
On March 24, the Seattle School Board will appoint a school board director for District IV (4) representing Northwest and Central Seattle including Magnolia, Queen Anne, and southern neighborhoods in Ballard.
BHS parent Eric Souza is one of the six candidates.

SPS Skills Center Applications open
Applications for the Seattle Skills Center’s 2021-22 school year courses are now available online on the Skills Center website.

The Seattle Skills Center prepares Seattle Public Schools high school students for college, career, and life through advanced Career and Technical Education courses. Classes are available in a wide range of career pathways at several locations around the city. Courses are both offered for the school year and summer sessions.

The Seattle Skills Center programs are 1.5 credits per semester, full year programs (3.0 credits) and meet daily. More info here.

Here's a map/PDF of course offerings around the city, including the Seattle Maritime Academy in Ballard.
New SPS webpage explains in-person learning phases
The SPS recently launched a new webpage to make it easier for families, staff, and students to learn more about its proposed phased approach to bringing back prek-1 and students enrolled in Special Education Intensive Service Pathways to buildings starting March 1. 

Also, check out Superintendent Denise Juneau's video "Updates on In-Person Learning" below as well as the SPS Return to In-Person FAQ.
AAMA Listen and Learn Forum Feb. 9
The SPS Office of African American Male Achievement (AAMA) is launching its Listen and Learn forum in February to continue to listen to Black families to help reconstruct the educational system to celebrate the brilliance and excellence of Black boys and teens.

AAMA is committed to the long journey of dismantling a legacy of systemic racism. Black families are invited to participate and collectively envision what an educational environment looks like for Black boys and teens to thrive. Your voice will help build the office's intentional, long-term plan.

Among the AAMA's regional events are the forums for Northwest Families (including Ballard) from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 9 and Central Families (including Queen Anne/Magnolia) on Friday, Feb. 12.

For more info and all forum dates, check the AAMA news page.
SPS Planning for Inclement Weather and Snow Days
Planning for winter weather in 2020-21 is different this year. With remote learning, changes to school schedules because of winter weather will be unlikely.

In the event of an extreme weather-related power or an outage impacting large numbers of families and staff, the district will close and cancel all buildings, services, and remote learning. Learn more about how to stay informed.
Learning hubs offered for SPS students
Looking for a safe, welcoming space for your student to work on daily virtual learning? Seattle Parks and Recreation has free learning hubs for middle or high school students at locations across the city. (The Northwest site is at Bitter Lake Community Center.)

The facilities offer a stable, productive environment by providing Wi-Fi access to SPS’s virtual learning portals, along with recreational, enrichment and mentoring programs and in-person assistance with connectivity and academics. Participants must wear mask and bring laptop or tablet. Breakfast and lunch are provided daily.

Hub sites are open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and run until June 18. Register here.
BHS PTSA offers these Community Activities for informational purposes & does not necessarily support activities or views presented therein.
Aeronautical Science Pathway at Flight Museum
SPL Resources for High Schoolers
Seattle Public Library has retooled itself as a robust online community resource. Check out its many offerings for high school students, including academic support, projects, learning guides, and mental health resources.
Teens in Public Service internship
TIPS Summer Internship application is open for students ages 15-19 who are interested in working for not-for-profit causes!

Teens In Public Service (TIPS) is a not-for-profit dedicated to developing future leaders committed to their communities. TIPS selects teenage leaders for paid community service internships and pairs them with charitable organizations over the summer.

Deadline is March 5.
Information and links to apply are on the TIPS Website.
UW Spring evening enrichment courses
The University of Washington is excited to announce its spring evening enrichment courses (not for credit) for high school students.

Classes starting in late March include:
>  Build an App: Android Development Fundamentals
> Digital Photography
> Screenwriting Workshop
> Natural Science Illustration Studio
> Sharpen Your Writing Skills
The registration deadline is March 15 and courses begin the week of March 22. For details visit website.
Project ALVA helps future Huskies reach STEM goals
The University of Washington GenOM Project ALVA Program is now accepting applications through Feb. 26.
The ALVA Program is an outreach program focused on supporting low-income, first generation, and students underrepresented in life science and other STEM majors in reaching their academic and career goals.
Students that participate in this summer program/internship opportunity have an experience that helps prepare them for the competitive programs of study at UW.
In addition to the summer program, students continue to work with program advisors throughout the year to tailor schedules for academic success.
If you are a graduating senior interested in science, and have applied to the University of Washington Seattle, this may be the program for you!

Click this Link to Apply!
For more information on the program please visit the website at
Seattle Architecture Foundation Youth Workshops
Seattle Architecture Foundation 2021 Youth Workshops are being offered via Zoom for youth 11-16, from February through April.

Hosted virtually by local architectural offices and supported by SAF staff and volunteer architects, participants learn as they plan, build, and present solutions to imaginative and thought-provoking design challenges.

Need-based scholarships offered for all SAF Youth Programs. For details about scholarships email Program Director Kim Owens at or call 206-667-9184.

Getting vaccinated for COVID in King County
The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) determines the distribution of vaccine for our state and eligibility for vaccination in phases.

King County is currently in the state's Phase 1a and Phase 1b, Tier 1 for vaccine distribution.

Become a member of BHS PTSA
Please join the BHS PTSA and become a partner in your student’s education. The PTSA is you, me and all of the parents/guardians, students and staff dedicated to the educational development and success of all students. The PTSA membership is open to anyone concerned about the education, health, and welfare of our youth and is a way to show your commitment to working with teachers and the school administration to build a better future for the next generation.

  • We help families stay informed and connected to the school community.
  • We plan school-wide celebrations, parent education and staff appreciation events.
  • We raise much needed grant money for academic, enrichment and extracurricular activities.

To learn more about your Ballard HS PTSA visit the PTSA Overview page.

Warm Regards,
PTSA Membership Chair
Lisa Vanderford-Anderson
BHS PTSA on social media
You can also follow BHS PTSA on Instagram page @bhs.ptsa and Twitter! Thanks to Kimball Mullins for her fun and creative posts as our PTSA Social Media chair!
WSPTA advocacy updates
During the Washington State Legislative Sessions, WSPTA will send action alerts and informational broadcasts to WSPTA members who have subscribed to WSPTA's Action Network Group. These action alerts are quick, easy ways to communicate with our legislators on topics they are actively working on. Sign up here!
Contribute to PTSA while you shop
Thank you to BHS families who contribute to our PTSA while they shop at Fred Meyer. A digital account is needed to participate. To help contribute, link your Shoppers Card card to the BHS PTSA (code MJ933).

Once you link your card, all you have to do is shop at Fred Meyer and swipe your Shopper’s Card.
More information about Community Rewards here.
AmazonSmile supports Ballard PTSA
Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to BHS PTSA. Check out the AmazonSmile information page to learn about using AmazonSmile and select “Ballard High School PTSA, Seattle, WA.”
Thank you!
Community Resources
The BHS PTSA offers Community Resources for informational purposes & does not necessarily support activities or views presented therein.
Do You Have an Announcement for the BHS PTSA Newsletter?
Submit content (appropriate and relevant to Ballard High School or Community) by 5 p.m. Thursday (1 or 2 weeks before your event ) to the BHS Newsletter Editor email at Please submit posts no more than 100 words and include relevant URLs, contact info and a small graphic (if available). Editor has full discretion over what is published. The BHS PTSA provides Community News for purely informational purposes and does not necessarily support the activities or views presented therein.