Klahowya News - February 11, 2021

Klahowya News - February 11, 2021
Posted on 02/11/2021
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Hello Eagles and Klahowya Families!

Our Root Beer Float Drive Thru Event was a big success! Many thanks to our Klahowya PTSA for their organization and tasty root beer floats! We appreciate their support for our senior class and the art in our fences! WE LOVE OUR PTSA!

Please don't forget that there is no school on Friday, 2/12 and on Monday 2/15. (Friday 2/12 was scheduled as a snow makeup day and Monday 2/15 is the President's Day Holiday.) The Klahowya Main Office will be closed on 2/12 and 2/15 and will reopen on Tuesday 2/16.

A number of students still have materials to return to the school and many need to pick items up. You are welcome to stop by the school between 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. during school days to drop-off/pick-up materials.

If you were unable to attend the event, please check the list below or call the office 360-662-4000 to check if your student has items waiting to be picked up:

  • Students in grades 6, 7 and 8 have science materials to pick up.
  • Students who used Childhood Development materials during 1st Semester need to return their books.
  • Students who are beginning Semester 2 Civics, Ancient Civilizations, Washington State History, or Literature classes have new materials to pick up.
  • Students in Mrs. Marchetti's art class have supplies to pick up.
  • Students in 6th grade who haven't already done so, can swap out their Chromebook for a new device. You must bring in your old Chromebook to receive a new one.

With cold temperatures and lots of snow in the forecast, we hope you have a safe and fun holiday weekend, and we look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 2/16.

Yearbook Photos - Deadline Extended

If you did not have a school photo taken at the mall this year, please follow the instructions on the linked slide to submit one of your own. We want to see your smiling face in the yearbook! The final deadline to submit your picture is February 17 th. Please get your photo submitted as soon as possible.
Yearbook Photos


We gain knowledge through events and our senses. We then think about that event. We judge that event as safe or unsafe, okay or not okay. We attach feelings to that event. We respond to the event. We see how our response worked. Then we keep that event, judgement, and response in our memory.
A simple breakdown of what we do with new information. Does that change as we get older? Yes and No. The process is the same unless there is damage to the brain. The way we judge and respond to information changes as we age. Let's see how it changes as our kids grow.
Think, Judge, Know (CKSD Family Wellness Site Link)

SAP Wellness Corner:

Due to the winter storm advisory Kitsap County has implemented severe weather shelters. If you don't have transportation, don't worry. The shelter is providing transportation for families in Silverdale and Kingston. To receive transportation or information call 360-373-3000 (Required by 7:00 p.m.). The shelters will be active over the weekend. If you need additional severe weather assistance, please call 2-1-1.

Shelter Locations

Gateway Fellowship, West Wing Building 18901 8th Ave NE Poulsbo, WA

Port Orchard United Methodist Church 725 Kitsap St Port Orchard, WA

If you need additional resources for winter/essential needs such as heating, clothing, etc. You can contact the Student Assistance Professional, Alixaundrea Poli ( alixaundreap@ckschools.org/360-519-4133 ).


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