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  • Youth Truth Survey

    Posted by KAREN TOUT on 3/21/2019
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  • Snow Make-Up Days

    Posted by KAREN TOUT on 3/20/2019

    Due to our three snow days this year, June 18th will now be a full day of school, June 19 will be a full day of school, and June 20th will be the last day of school (and a half day). May 24th will also be used as a snow make-up day. NOTE: We were not able to utilize the state's emergency waiver days – if we had, the minimum number of instructional hours would not have been met.

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  • Senior Class of 2019 Information

    Posted by GKHS on 3/20/2019

    Class of 2019 Senior Information can be found under the Counseling/Career Centers tab


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  • Daily Announcements

    Posted by GKHS on 3/12/2019

    Thursday, May 23, 2019

    Library: The library will be closed today for SBA makeup testing. Because of conferences, the library will not be open for clubs or study time after school this week.

    Math Help: There is no after school math help today.

    Field Trip: If you signed up to go Pro-Sports Day with Mrs. Torres Steen please pick up your field trip form Thursday Morning in room 152.

    Boom Squad: Anyone interested in being a part of next year's Boom Squad needs to fill out an application and return it to Mrs. Streleski by THIS Friday, May 24th.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Streleski.

    Senior Photos: Seniors, if you have a photo or video of yourself or senior classmates that you would like to submit for this year’s senior video please contact Mr. Dees in room 175 to submit.

    Library Books: Students, do you have overdue library books? Clear your fines on lost books by returning them to the library before or after school. The final due date of the year is Friday, June 7 - all library materials must be turned in by this date.

    Basketball: If you played basketball in the 2018-2019 season and anyone who is interested in playing summer basketball please stop by Mr. McNamara's class room to pick up important information for the summer. Please look over the packet, sign that and the district form. 


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  • Canvas Help for Parents

    Posted by GKHS on 10/15/2018
    Parent Registration and Student Observation

    In this video, you will get an overview of how to register for a Canvas account as a parent or guardian to observe students and their interactions within a course.
    (Last updated 2015-11-03)

    To view subtitles for this video, click the CC button in the tool bar and select a language.

    Learn from and share ideas with other Canvas users:
    View the script for this tutorial:

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  • iPad Information & Help

    Posted by GKHS on 10/14/2018
    • Students who attend GKHS for at least 1 class period per day will be able to check out an iPad.  Full time Running Start, and full time Skills Center students will not.
    • Parent must sign Hold Harmless and Coverage Preference paperwork in order for iPad to be checked out to student.
    • Paperwork can be filled out ahead of time: As long as a parent has signed the Hold Harmless and Coverage Preference paperwork.
    • Hold Harmless, and Coverage preference.  To get the forms, click this link.
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Principal's Message

  • At Graham-Kapowsin High School we believe that Orange and Blue Starts with YOU. This means bringing "Your personal best everyday," "Owning your future," and "Understanding we are one."  

    I encourage all students to get involved at GKHS through clubs, sports, activites, challenging classes, or anything else that helps them take ownership over GKHS. I encourage students to take at least one challenging class that will help them in their post-high school life, whether their path includes four-year university, technical college or an apprenticeship, the military, or some other exciting, career-oriented endeavor.

    One of the most important factors in your student’s success is your involvement. The way you talk to your students about their education influences their academic success. Some of the items worth discussing include the following:

    • Let students know that through their hard work they will increase their understanding in all subjects (including Math and Science).
    • Encourage students to talk to teachers if they have concerns about grades or other issues in class. This helps teach students responsibility to work things out with supervisors. Let them know that it is okay to ask the teacher for help
    • Set high expectations for achievement in school. Encourage students to take challenging classes throughout their high school experience, including during their senior year.

    Other ways to be involved include the following:

    • Become a partner with your student by communicating with teachers.
    • Regularly monitor your student’s progress by calling teachers or online using Family Access.
    • Call or email teachers, counselors or administrators when you have a question or concern.
    • Join the GK Booster Club; the boosters provide many services to the school.
    • Stay informed by reading the school mailings, sent every other month.
    • Visit the school and teachers’ websites

    If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at GKHS at 253-683-6100.

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