Ketchikan High School

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  • This week at Kayhi: Week of April 12th

    THIS WEEK AT KAYHI - Week of April 12th

    Low Risk 100% Capacity Continues!

    SPIRIT WEEK - Planned by the Environmental Club

        Monday: Celebrate the Thrift (Thrifted fashion at its finest)

         Tuesday: Earth Tones (Do it for the aesthetic)

         Wednesday: Farmer's Day (Think "Old MacDonald: E-I-E-I-OH!)

         Thursday: Beach Day (Bring your own SPF)

         Friday: 80's Roller Derby (Focus on the fashion; wheeled footwear not allowed in school - no Heelys, roller blades, roller skates, etc.)

    ACTIVITIES:

    Wednesday - Sunday: Art Fest (Virtual)

    Friday - Saturday:

         Baseball @ Sitka

         Boys Soccer @ Thunder Mountain (THMS)

         Girls Soccer vs. TMHS:

              Friday games: 5:30 & 7:15pm;

              Saturday games: 2 & 3:45pm

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  • Kayhi Travel Protocols

    KAYHI TRAVEL PROTOCOLS FOR STUDENTS & STAFF

    For those who leave Ketchikan for more than 72 hours (even if they travel within the state of Alaska): the school district requires a 5-day quarantine and negative COVID test before they can return to school and activities.

    Students who are quarantining should remain in email contact with their teachers, and use Zoom to attend classes daily.

    Questions or special circumstances? Please contact our district nurses:

    sherity.kelly@k21schools.org

    kimm.schwartz@k21schools.org

     

    *School-sponsored travel follows the activities mitigation plan.

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  • This year the Region V Honor Music Festival has gone virtual: as an alternative to the traditional October in-person performance, the 11 music directors of Southeast Alaska high schools chose their outstanding musicians to contribute to the 2020 virtual performance of the Honor Band and the Honor Choir.
     
    Fifty-six band students and 28 choir students received music from their directors to practice. Each student then recorded a video of themselves performing their part along with a pre-recorded "click-track" to align the performers. The students' videos were collected by Matt Lenhard of Petersburg High School and delivered to the company VirtualChoir.net for production. Also included were photos of the beautiful setting of Southeast Alaska to provide a backdrop to each group's performance.
     
    In the spirit of the election year, the Region V Virtual Honor Band performed "Rushmore" by Alfred Reed, and the Region V Virtual Honor Choir performed "Let the River Run" by Carly Simon, arranged by Craig Hella Johnson.
    The performance videos of the band and the choir can be viewed on Youtube:
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  • Do you have an Alaska Native/American Indian student enrolled in KGBSD? Turn in your 506 form for entry into the KNEPC raffle

    Do you have an Alaska Native/American Indian student enrolled in the Ketchikan Gateway Borough School District? If so, turn in your 506 form for a chance to be entered in KNEPC's raffle! CLICK HERE for the 506 form.

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  • Buy your yearbook for $50 at www.balfour.com, or purchase in the Kayhi office

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  • Math tutoring by a math teacher available Mon.-Thurs. 3pm-4pm in math wing

    Math tutoring available Monday-Thursday, 3pm-4pm. 

    Look for the sign in the math hall to see which room it's in from day to day.

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  • Photos needed for yearbook

    Students, if you have photos of any of the following, please email them to yearbook@k21schools.org:

    • students with pets
    • students and their vehicles
    • favorite lunch spots
    • pumpkin carving
    • Halloween costumes
    • selfies on Zoom
    • outdoor adventures
    • favorite coffee or drinks
    • quarantine nails
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  • Kayhi Facemasks are on sale in the front office for $5 each.

    Kayhi facemasks are here! $5.00 each; purchase yours in the Kayhi office!

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COVID-19 Info

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    Social Distancing

    Social Distancing

    Social distancing, also called “physical distancing,” means keeping a safe space between yourself and other people who are not from your household. To practice social or physical distancing, stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms' length) from other people who are not from your household in both indoor and outdoor spaces.


     

     

    Avoid

    Caution

    Safe

    • Group gatherings
    • Sporting events
    • Sleep overs
    • Retail store
    • Mass transit systems
    • Non-essential workers in the home
    • Gyms
    • Malls
    • Playdates
    • Concerts
    • Traveling
    • Parks
    • Grocery stores
    • Picking up up take-out
    • Picking up medications
    • Take a walk
    • Go for a hike
    • Yard work
    • Play outside
    • Read a book
    • Listen to music
    • Cook a meal
    • Clean house
    • Facetime
    • Phone calls
    • Play a game
    • Group video chats
    • Stream a movie



     

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