The Eagle Eye - September 25, 2020

The Eagle Eye - September 25, 2020
Posted on 09/25/2020
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A Message from Principal McDanielGo Eagles!

Hello Klahowya Eagles and Families –

I hope everyone stayed dry during our first fall storm! It looks like the forecast calls for sun next week, so don’t put those summer shoes away quite yet!

We have some important updates and information for you in this week’s newsletter: 

  • This week we have begun asking students to take their fall reading and math assessments via STAR 
  • We are also beginning to use Powerschool to report student progress. This is where you will find student grades and progress information
  • Please don't forget that all Google Classrooms are updated each Friday with new content for the coming week
  • This newsletter includes an ongoing Counseling Corner where you will find new topics each week
  • It also includes Wellness and Technology Tips to help support families and students 

We know that keeping up with all of your classes from home can feel overwhelming.  If you need support, please be sure to contact your teachers, your counselor or an administrator. 

Stay safe and stay connected!
Scott McDaniel - Principal



Tech TalkTech Talk

Did you know that you can split your computer screen? This is helpful when you need to be in a meet and you need to see a document. 

To do this.... use your Chromebook to:

  1. Open Chrome
  2. Click the "Box" in the upper right hand corner
  3. Press    Alt + [ 
  4. Make a new tab
  5. Drag the new tab to the right side of the screen


Counselor's CornerCounselor Corner

Ralph Waldo Emerson said that, “A good system shortens the road to the goal.”  Take a quiz and see how well you plan! 

A few tips to help you manage your time:

1.    Keep everything in perspective. You're smart—and there are many tools and strategies for making the most of what you have.
2.    Use a planner; digital or handwritten style. Use it daily.
3.    Define long-term and short-term goals (assignments and commitments) and build your schedule around them.
4.    Have confidence in yourself and in your judgement of priorities.
5.    Push yourself and be persistent. Don't give up.
6.    Don’t regret your failures and instead use them as opportunities to learn.

For those of you interested in Financial Aid, check out the Virtual A-Z Financial Aid Workshop presented by Kitsap Graduate Strong on September 29, 2020 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.  Click on this link for more information:  A-Z of Financial Aid


In response to the predicted increases in behavioral health crisis due to COVID-19 and interest in previous suicide prevention trainings, the Salish Behavioral Health Administrative Services Organization is offering three SAFE (Suicide Awareness for Everyone) Trainings in October for non-professionals, community members, advocates, supports, etc. 

Registration is required.  All of these trainings are FREE and Virtual ONLY.  Please see the detailed flyer and online link to register by checking out our CK Family Wellness Tip of the Week.


Please feel free to give us suggestions about the content of these newsletters as they are meant to serve your needs.
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