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School begins each day at 9:00 AM
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March 27, 2017

Dear Parents and Guardians,

I want to thank the families of students that came and participated in Parent Teacher Conferences last week. Some classes had 100% participation! Thank you, Marie, for coordinating both P/T Conferences and last week’s book fair.  

 

The NSBSD Board of Education is searching for a new superintendent. On March 29th from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. we have the opportunity to meet and ask questions of the top 3 superintendent candidates via VTC. Come join us in the library and provide the NSBSD Board of Education with your input.

We know that inservices, teacher trainings, during the school week disrupt the regular work day activities for some families. However, on Friday our teachers learned more about our new statewide test called PEAKS. Teachers also worked on some place based units. We have some great units in development, from origin stories, to Kaktovik numerals, to birds of Kaktovik. The Saturday Cultural Inservice has been postponed until April 8th.

PEAKS Testing, Performance Evaluation for Alaska’s Schools, begins Tuesday, March 28 for grades 3-8. Tuesday and Wednesday, our 3rd-8th grade students will be tested in English Language Arts (Reading and Writing). On Thursday and Friday, those same students will be tested in Math, Parts 1 & 2. The following week, students in grades 9-10 will be tested. 

The Gym Dedication is scheduled for April 4th at 11:00 am. The NSB Assembly will be in Kaktovik and will be part of the dedication. Please join us.

 

Sincerely,

Todd Washburn, Principal

 

March 27th & 28th Tutoring

March 30th Yearbook

March 31st Little Dribblers Practice after school

March 29th Meet the Superintendent Candidates

April 10th Junior Achievement

April 28th Deadline for Project Umiaq Unit

M, W, & Th Native Youth Olympics (NYO) Practice

iDida Contest District Winners

  • Nipaa Ilitqusipta

    by Melanie Tikluk Length: 2:35

    Melanie Tikluk won 1st place in the 9-12 grade podcast category.  She wrote this podcast to present ideas on how the Inupiaq youth can help revitalize their language.

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  • Fighting Our Loss

    by Jonas Mackenzie Length: 2:03

    Jonas Mackenzie won 2nd place in the 9-12 grade podcast category.  This is in response to learning that many young Iñupiaq individuals are not fluent in their language.

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  • The Voice of Our Spirit

    by Charles Brower Length: 2:30

    Charles Brower won 1st place in the 6-8 grade podcast category for this piece in which he offers hope and ideas on how to revitalize the Iñupiaq culture and language.

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Welcome to Harold Kaveolook School!

Harold Kaveolook School Pledge
 
We, Kaktovikmuits, contribute to the greater good of self, family, community & culture through independence, cooperation, and responsibility.
 
Harold Kaveolook School Values
 
Independence
Cooperation
Responsibility 

Special Recognition

We would like to recognize several high school students who submitted poems to Fairbanks Arts Association 23rd Annual Statewide Poetry Contest- Sean Kayotuk, Michael Klein, Kasey Arey, and Bradley Brower. 
 
Congratulations to high school students Melanie Tikluk, Kasey Arey, and Caitlin Gallagher for winning the Arctic Refuge Migratory Bird Calendar art competition.  Their entries will be submitted to the state level.  Winners from this competition will be included in next year's Migratory Bird Calendar that is distributed state-wide. 
 
Congratulations to junior, Caitlin Gallagher for being named All-tourney at the basketball tournament in Atqasuk held January 27 through January 29.  
 
 
We would like to say "Thank you" to Randy and Don for the beautiful addition to our trophy cases. Randy and Don made a base to display all of the plaques earned by Harold Kaveolook students, both past and present.  Thank you also to Amanda for cleaning and rearranging all of the awards. It looks amazing!
 
Trophy Cases   
We would also like to recognize senior Jonas Mackenzie who attended the National Native Youth Summit in Washington, DC.  Jonas worked hard to complete an essay and was accepted to attend this special event.  Congratulations! 
 
Native Youth Summit  
 
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