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April 24, 2017

Dear Parents and Guardians,


The staff and students of Kaktovik would like to thank the SkiKu crew for taking our boys and girls out skiing each day last week during the school day and at 3:30 for those that wanted. It was great exercise, the weather was nice each day except that Monday was a little windy, and our kids learned new ski skills.

 

Although it didn’t work out originally as we planned due to weather and travel, we’d like to thank Justin of Challenge Life for coming to Kaktovik yesterday and sponsoring a family Basketball Tournament Sunday evening. For those that participated, it was a great time.

 

Parents of students to be in grades 7-12 next year, please contact the Health Clinic and schedule a sports physical as the health care providers will be in Kaktovik this week. Physicals are good for one full year. All students participating in NYO have been asked to go get their physical today!

 

The Girl Scout Leaders are already planning for next year. Please help your daughter complete the 2017-2018 Girl Member Registration Form when she brings the form home. Dues are $20 per person. Our local council will cover membership fees for daughter number 3 or more in one family.


Sincerely,

Todd Washburn, Principal

 

April 24th Girl Scouts 6:00 (no rides available)

April 24th and 25th Tutoring

April 26th Craft Night and Exxon Mobil Meeting

April 27th Yearbook

April 25th – 28th NYO Student Travel

April 26-27th NYO State Event

April 27th Cultural Celebration

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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