Eagle Weekly News
Posted on 04/25/2022




 

Dear Students, Parents and Guardians:

 

Below are the schedules and events for the weeks of April 18-May2:

 


 

IMPORTANT: MONDAY, APRIL 25, IS A REGULAR SCHOOL DAY AT EAGLE ACADEMY

 


 

 

Week-3 progress grades are available on the Portal>Documents>Progress Report Week 3. You can also request a copy by emailing [email protected]

Academic Leave students receive a  progress report in the mail.


 

 

SUMMER SCHOOL - Our Summer School will be tuition free and students can earn between .5 and 1.0 credit.

The schedule is as follows:

Date: June 6 - June 30, 2022

Days: Mon - Thur

Time: 9am - 1pm

If interested fill out the form at this LINK no later than May 26th.

 

               --------------------     Vaping prevention night on 4/27    ---------------------

 

The Health, Prevention, and SEL team is sharing this flier with your community to encourage them to attend a Vaping Prevention Information night on Wednesday April 27th, from 5:30-7:30 at Sierra Middle School. This event is open to all members of the DCSD community, and is specifically geared towards parents, teachers, and trusted adults in the lives of youth..

 

Dinner is graciously donated by the Douglas County Healthy Youth Coalition starting at 5:30 pm. Our program will begin at 6pm, and includes an overview of youth vaping trends; effects on adolescent health; and tips for talking to youth and being a trusted adult. We will also have items and visuals on hand of common objects used to hide vaping materials.

 

Registration is required to account for the amount of food needed, and can be done here. If you have additional questions about this event you may contact Anne Connolly at [email protected].

 


 

Schedule for the week of April 25:

 

Monday is “Advisement” schedule:

Period 2   2:30 - 4:13

Period 3   4:16 - 5:59

Break       5:59 - 6:36

Period 4   6:36 - 8:19

Advisement   8:22 - 8:35 - mandatory attendance

 

Tuesday and Wednesday are “Regular Day” schedule

Period 1   1:00 - 2:22  -

Period 2   2:30 - 4:18  

Period 3   4:21 - 6:09 

Break       6:09 - 6:47 

Period 4   6:47 - 8:35 

 

Thursday is on “Parent/Teacher Conference” schedule

Period 1    1:26 - 2:22

Period 2    2:30 - 3:32

Period 3    3:35 - 4:37

Period 4    4:40 - 5:42 - all students are dismissed at 5:42

 

Parent /Teacher Conferences are 6:30-8:30, read below

 

Parents and Guardians are invited to attend P/T conferences on Thursday, April 28, 6:30-8:30 This is a great opportunity to meet your student’s teachers and counselors. No appointments needed, just come by the school between 6:30 and 8:15 pm.

 

 


 

 

Schedule for the week of May 2:

 

Every day this week is on “Regular Day” schedule 

Period 1   1:00 - 2:22  - Period 1 is ONLY on Tue, Wed. and Thursday. On Mondays school starts at 2:30

Period 2   2:30 - 4:18  

Period 3   4:21 - 6:09 

Break       6:09 - 6:47 

Period 4   6:47 - 8:35 

 


 

Ongoing:  Off-Campus Dinner Break privileges will be curtailed until a student with a failing grade can show they are passing all classes, including Work Experience and Career Pathways

 

 


 

 

Mrs. Talmage, Academic Counselor:


Looking for something to do this summer? Check out this list of amazing opportunities!!

 

 

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

Due dates for quarter 4:

April 7 Work forms are due (new students and returning students who have new jobs)

April 18 at 6:45 pm - 30 work hours

May 9 at 6:45 pm - 60 work hours

May 25 at 6:45 pm -90 work hours

 

  • BOTH FORMS MUST ALSO BE UPLOADED IN CANVAS TO BE ACCEPTED

  • EACH PAY STUB HAS TO BE UPLOADED IN CANVAS AND ENTERED ON THE GOOGLE FORM FOUND HERE TO BE ACCEPTED.


     

FORMS AND LINKS YOU NEED:

Canvas

Training Agreement

Workman Comp form

Submit work hours online

 


 

Questions? See me or email me at [email protected]

 

 


 

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT REMOTE LEARNING ON SNOW DAYS, read the details here

 


 

 

Ms. Clark’s Corner (Volunteer Coordinator):

Free Dinners on Tuesdays:

Every Tuesday evening Ms. Clark has arranged for kind groups from our community to bring dinner in for Eagle students and staff members. These groups have taken their own time and money to bring and serve dinner to our Eagles and are excited to do so. However, they typically are limited in the amount of food they prepare, which means that the dinners are reserved for students who remain on campus during our break. It's important for our students to follow the guidelines set, and we would also encourage students to express their gratitude to our volunteers for the time, energy, and heart they put into these meals.

Thank you for your cooperation; it helps us continue to have our amazing dinner groups provide nice meals for us!

 


 

If you have questions, please contact me. Thank you,

Ms. Clark

[email protected]

303.387.0888

 

 


 

 

Useful links:

Work Experience:  forms, explanations, submit work and hours - 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