Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Monday, April 13 – about your Seattle Seahawks:
A Virtual Surprise
While most students around the country are adjusting to new methods of learning, one local high school was in for a shock when they opened their computers Friday morning.
As a part of the Seahawks' Blue Friday surprise, Quandre Diggs and Michael Dickson signed in to various virtual classes hosted by Summit Sierra High School. Dickson chatted with a class of freshmen on topics ranging from his experience in school to his current routine and keeping busy among the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, Diggs offered advice to a class of high school seniors, who are balancing the reality of a different ending to their high school careers.
Some students sported their Seahawks jerseys and proudly displayed their Seahawks-themed décor in the background as Diggs and Dickson logged into their classes. Told the day before that a Seahawk would be coming to connect and support them through their process of virtual learning, Summit Sierra students were excited as we helped spread a little Blue Friday cheer.
Rest In Peace
We were stunned and heartbroken to learn of the tragic passing of former quarterback Tarvaris Jackson, who passed away Sunday night. "T-Jack" earned the respect of the organization and teammates with his competitiveness, toughness and professionalism. Our deepest condolences go out to his family and friends.
Seahawks Weekly Challenge
Join the Seahawks Weekly Challenges by completing new activities, just for kids, provided every week. Plus, share your completed challenges on social media using the hashtag #WeGotThisSeattle. Check out all of this week's challenges.
Social Post Of The Day
Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from D.J. Fluker, as he wishes all those who celebrate a very happy Easter.
More From Around The Web
Brandon Gustafson from 710 ESPN Seattle Stakes a look at our needs at receiver, in a receiver-rich draft.
Bob Condotta at The Seattle Times details efour things to know about our newest right tackle, Brandon Shell.
Matt Calkins at The Seattle Times shares how aRussell Wilson and Ciara have inspired other local athletes to give back to their communities.
Seahawks Dancers Erika and Jon, as well as Seahawks staff members, donated blood to Bloodworks Northwest.
The closure of schools, businesses, and events over coronavirus concerns has put nearly 60% of the community's blood supply in jeopardy. For the safety of current and future patients, please consider donating blood today. Learn more at bloodworksnw.org.