Eagle Weekly News

Eagle Weekly News
Posted on 09/16/2019


Dear Students and Parents/Guardians


Below are the schedules, events and happenings at Eagle Academy for the weeks of September 16-23:







FREE food shopping at the Mobile Market every Monday!  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 is the only access time.  At the Mobile Market you can find food items like:

Fresh bread,  Fresh fruit , Potatoes, Milk, eggs

Boxed food / dry food (pasta, mac-n-cheese, skillet meals, cereal, snacks, chips, etc)

Canned food (soups, veggies, meats, etc)

The Mobile Market will be on the East side of the building behind the student parking spaces.  

We will store food items in the meeting room downstairs during school.  A fridge has been donated to Eagle Academy and we will store students' milk and eggs from the mobile market for the day. At the END of the night you will grab your Mobile Market bags on your way out of the building.

If you have any questions about the Mobile Market, please see Mrs. Clark or contact her at hclark@dcsdk12.org  or 303.387.0888




Message from Mrs. Fern, Social Worker:

Attention: Students new to Eagle Academy this quarter

On Tuesday, September 17th, 2nd and 3rd periods, Dianne Maroney with THE IMAGINE PROJECT will be coming to Eagle. Mrs. Maroney is a local author that will lead students in writing their own IMAGINE story. This project guides the students as they write their story from the past and prepares them to write their future goals and aspirations.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Eagle Academy Social Worker, Diane Fern, at 303-387-0879 or dmfern@dcsdk12.org.


ALSO, During the 2019/2020 school year, students will be asked to complete one or two very brief assessments to determine the social/emotional needs of our students. Two of these assessments, BIMAS (Behavioral Intervention Monitoring Assessment System) and ACE (Adverse Childhood Experience) will provide us with baseline data as we continue to monitor and modify mental health services based on identified need.


If you have any questions or concerns about this, please feel free to contact Diane Fern, LCSW





Schedule for the week of September 16:


Every day this week is on Regular Day schedule

Period 1              1:10 - 2:21 (T,W,Th)

Period 2              2:30 - 4:17 

Period 3              4:20 - 6:07

Break                  6:07 - 6:44 Small Group dinner on Tue, pancake dinner on Wed.

Period 4              6:44 - 7:38

Period 5              7:41 - 8:35


Progress grades are mailed home on Friday, September 20 and available immediately on the Portal.



Schedule for the week of September 23:


Monday is on Advisement schedule

Period 2       2:30 - 4:11

Period 3       4:14 - 5:55

Break           5:55 - 6:31

Period 4       6:31 - 7:22

Advisement 7:25 - 7:40

Period 5       7:43 - 8:35

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are on Regular Day schedule


Period 1              1:10 - 2:21  

Period 2              2:30 - 4:17 

Period 3              4:20 - 6:07

Break                  6:07 - 6:44 Small Group dinner on Tue, pancake dinner on Wed.

Period 4              6:44 - 7:38

Period 5              7:41 - 8:35




Mrs. Clark’s Corner, Volunteer Coordinator

Tuesday night small group dinners - Every Tuesday for the entire school year there will be a group of community members bringing in a healthy dinner. Students who rely on this meal should get in line as well as students who do not have dinner for that Tuesday night. They will have enough to feed 50 students every Tuesday and the menu changes weekly.

Monday night parent volunteers Needed

With the Mobile Market trial run last Monday, we realize we need 2 parent volunteers to help us from 7:45-8:30 pm moving students bags from a storage room to the table by the front door.

Four volunteers needed on September 26, from 6 to 6:45 pm during dinner break. The volunteers will keep an eye on students who stay in during break and stand by the door to let students in from break. This is a monthly event that allows Eagle staff to have dinner together.

Please contact me if you are able to help us with this! Thank you so much!



hclark@dcsdk12.org 303 387 0888




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

Due dates for quarter 1:

August 14th: Work forms are due (for new students and returning students who have new jobs)

August 26th: 30 hours

September 16th: 60 hours

October 2nd: 90 hours

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



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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