Klahowya News - May 7, 2021

Klahowya News - May 7, 2021
Posted on 05/07/2021
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A message from Principal McDaniel

Hello Klahowya Students and Families,

I hope you are having a wonderful spring and that things are going well for your family. As the weather gets warmer, I begin to think about summer and our end of school routines and celebrations.

As we wind down the school year, I encourage all Klahowya Students to check PowerSchool for current grades and to talk with your teachers about what can still be completed. We want you to focus your efforts on the highest value assignments to receive the most credit for your class. If you have Incompletes from prior classes, or if you will end this term with an Incomplete, please consider enrolling in Summer School. More information can be found HERE .

Please save the date! We will hold a drop off event on June 14th and 15th from 3pm-5:30pm for anyone that needs to drop off library books, textbooks, or any other items. (We will also collect these from students if they are attending school). All 6th-11th grade students should hold onto their Chromebooks over the summer.

The last day of school is Wednesday, June 16th.  All students are virtual on this day because it is Wednesday and we only have Academy.  Academy classes will meet at 9:00 a.m. on June 16th to close out the school year.

Last... but not least... I would like to congratulate all Seniors and the Class of 2021 on your upcoming Graduation on Saturday, June 12th! Klahowya is excited to announce that Graduation will be held in our stadium for the 1st time! To all our senior students and families... please check your email for lots of details on graduation and senior events. To all other families - graduation is a closed event and all attendees must have a graduation ticket.

Please reach out to our staff if you have any questions. We love seeing your students in person and look forward to resuming a normal schedule with all of them in person this fall.

Scott McDaniel
Principal


Wellness Corner

Intellectual Transitions -- What does that even mean? It means when you shift between stages. Stages are learning processes and goals. As you learn, your brain takes in the information. To learn more, your brain remembers the old information and takes on new stuff. The time between learning the old stuff and the new information IS the intellectual transition. Let's talk about this a little more and see how we can make the transition smoother.

Intellectual Transitions (CKSD Family Wellness Site Link)


SAP Wellness

The Student Assistance Program has a FREE training opportunity! Parent, Caregivers, Education and other adults who work with youth are encouraged to attend. Must be 18+ to attend.

Do you want to become your own expert on identifying concerns? The teen years can be difficult. Indicators of teen drug use, mental health concerns, unhealthy relationships, human trafficking, and other risk factors can be hidden in plain sight, but easy for parents and other adults to miss.

Join us to learn about current trends, how to increas protective factors and understand risk factors, as well as tips for talking to youth about these important issues.

Click Here to Register!


CK Food Drive

During the month of May, the Junior High Honor Society and Cooking and Community Club are sponsoring a canned food drive to support the Central Kitsap Food Bank. This is a competition between middle school students and high school students. Bins will be located in the commons and the winner will be determined by weight. https://youtu.be/i1Ra6mUFedU


Order Your Yearbook Today!

Yearbooks are available from the cashier’s window or online at https://wa-centralkitsap.intouchreceipting.com/signin.aspx   Only 150 remain! Get yours while they last!  $40   Yearbooks will be distributed before the school year ends!


Enchanted Forest Senior Dinner

June 9th - 5:00-7:00 p.m.

Catered dinner, Senior morph video, 6 year pins, and packet pick-up

RSVP via 2021 Classroom  ** Formal attire suggested, but not required


 

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