Schools closed through May 1

What’s happening this week in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District

  • Saturday, March 21, 2020 10:53pm
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On Friday night, Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced Alaska schools will be closed to students through May 1, and students will receive instruction through distance delivery methods. KPBSD is preparing to welcome students and families to a new model of digital and digital free learning beginning Monday, March 30.

KPBSD STAFF ALERT: Travel and Self-Quarantine: All Kenai Peninsula Borough School District staff who return to Alaska on or following March 20, after traveling outside of the state, need to self-quarantine for 14 days, not return to work, and monitor for illness. All travelers returning from a Level 3 area are mandated to self-quarantine for 14 days as previously outlined in COVID-19 Health Mandate 004. Please contact your administrator to talk about the option to telework while you self-quarantine.

Get-It and Go meal deliveries: If you want to continue receiving meals next week, March 23-27, and are already receiving meals, do nothing. If you want to sign up, or stop delivery, call Student Nutrition Services at 714-8890.

Seward schools and meals!: Seward Get-It and Go meal delivery resumes on Monday, March 23, and schools will be open to staff. On Friday, 1,326 meals were delivered to students on the Kenai Peninsula! Remember: Wash your hands, practice social distancing, and do the little things now to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

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