Eagle Weekly News

Eagle Weekly News
Posted on 12/02/2019








 

Dear Students and Parents/Guardians

 

Reminder for students in ACE Work Experience:

60 hours are due on Monday, December 9 , bring your pay stubs to school and enter your hours HERE

 


 

The Grinch field trip: permission forms were due Thursday, November 21st; we are no longer accepting field trip forms. PLEASE NOTE: There is a slight change to the original schedule published for the December 5th field trip; please see below. We will be providing dinner at Eagle prior to leaving for the performance. Students can bring money for snacks at the theatre if they would like, but it’s not mandatory.

REMINDER: Students who have not submitted their permission form or who choose not to go will receive an UNEXCUSED absence for all classes on the 5th.

 

 


 

 

Let an exceptional Eagle teacher or staff member know they're making a difference!

Nominations for the Apple Award are accepted until December 4th. Click HERE to nominate someone who is making a difference to you!

 


Below are the schedules, events and happenings at Eagle Academy for the weeks of December 2-9:

 


 

Schedule for the week of December 2:


Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday are on regular Day schedule

Period 1              1:10 - 2:21 (Tue,Wed)

Period 2              2:30 - 4:17 

Period 3              4:20 - 6:07

Break                  6:07 - 6:44 Small Group dinner on Tuesday, pancake dinner on Wednesday

Period 4              6:44 - 7:38

Period 5              7:41 - 8:35

 

Thursday is a special schedule - How the Grinch Stole Christmas performance at DCPA


NO Period 1

Students Arrive at Eagle, report to 2nd Pd. 3:45 pm

Dinner at Eagle, provided (nut-free) 4:00 pm

Students return to 2nd Period Teachers 4:40 pm

Load Busses/Depart 4:50 pm

Busses Depart for DCPA                          5:00 pm

Arrive at DCPA 6:15 pm

All students in seats 6:35 pm 

Performance starts 7:00-8:30 pm

*Running time 90 minutes - NO Intermission

Busses Depart for Eagle Academy 8:45 pm

Busses Arrive at Eagle Academy             9:30 pm, Estimated


No school for students who have not turned in their permission form.

 


 

Schedule for the week of December 9:


Monday, Tuesday and Thursday are on Regular Day schedule

Period 1              1:10 - 2:21 (Tue,Thur)

Period 2              2:30 - 4:17 

Period 3              4:20 - 6:07

Break                  6:07 - 6:44 Small Group dinner on Tuesday

Period 4              6:44 - 7:38

Period 5              7:41 - 8:35


Wednesday is on Special Schedule for Drama Play and Government Elections Assembly:

1st 1:10-2:21

2nd 2:30-3:30

3rd 3:33-4:33

4th 4:36-5:06

Dinner 5:06-5:41 - NO PANCAKES DUE TO SHORTENED SCHEDULE

5th 5:41-6:11

6:11-6:35 - Load busses/ travel/ get ready for play

6:35- 7:00 Play

7:00 - 7:10 Get ready for Election/break for audience

7:10-8:15 Election

8:15-8:35 Back to Eagle



PARENTS AND FAMILY ARE INVITED TO ATTEND!

On Wednesday, December 11, Eagle Academy will hold an assembly, see schedule above.

The assembly is from 6:30 to 8:15 pm at Highlands Ranch High School (9375 Cresthill Lane, Highlands Ranch, CO 80126).

Students and staff will ride the bus to the assembly and back. Everybody will be back to Eagle Academy by 8:35 for dismissal.

At the assembly Mrs. Potter’s Theater class will present a play and Mr. Johnston’s Government classes will hold the Presidential Elections.

 

 


 


On Monday, December 9, Seniors graduating in January 2020 will attend a short meeting during dinner break, food will be provided.


Progress grades are mailed home on Friday, December 13.

 


 


From Ms. Quintana’s desk, Work Experience teacher:

 

Remember: Work hours must be turned in online HERE and the paystubs brought to school.

Due dates for quarter 2:

October 24: Work forms are due (for new students and returning students who have new jobs)

November 4: 30 hours

December 9: 60 hours

December 18: 90 hours

Questions? See me or email me at gaquintana@dcsdk12.org

 


 

Read about Snow Day procedures at Eagle Academy HERE

 


 

 

YEARBOOK NEWS:


 

 


 

 

Mrs. Clark’s corner, Volunteer Coordinator:

The Mobile Market is open to Eagle Academy Students every Monday before school. Students who would like to shop for free food items must come to school early - between 1:30-2:15pm.

 


 

This year, Eagle will have its very first PROM!

 

More details will come, but here is what you need to know now.

 

WHO: ALL Eagle students who have been enrolled in the 2019/2020 school year + a friend/ date/ other, who are 14-20 yrs old. Forms will be available after winter break for those who do not attend Eagle.

WHEN: Sat 4/25

WHERE: HRHS - gym/ student parking lot entrance

DRESS CODE: NO shorts or jeans. This is a semi formal, special event and we dress for the occasion! I have a store that lets high school students shop for free for blazers/ jackets, full suits, and Prom dresses. If you want to rent a Tux, it's $35.

COST: FREE

PROM King/ Queen? YES- students will vote on PROM King & Queen after spring break.

 

Have questions? See or contact (Mrs. C) at hclark@dcsdk12.org , 303 387 0888

It's the event of the year! We want you all to be there!


Students, if you want to be part of the PROM Committee, sign up is on Mrs. Clark's door!

We will have a 1 hr mtg each month before school for the months of Jan, Feb, Mach. April we will have 2 meetings.

 

 


 

Resources for Students and Parents:

Work Experience:  forms, explanations, submit work and hours - follow this link

Student Success Score : how it works - follow this link

Eagle Calendar and Schedules - follow this link

Parent/Student Portal - follow this link

Eagle Academy website - follow this  ea.dcsdk12.org 

 


 


Please feel free to call us at 303 387 0870 with questions or comments.

Eagle Academy Administration

 


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