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Filing periods for local elections begin in August.
Changes include banning clothing promoting tobacco use and adding language about electronic smoking devices.
An anonymous survey including six board members assigned letter grades between “A” and “F” to the board’s actions in the last year
The $1.3 million awarded to the district through the grant is in addition to a third round of ESSER funds.
The funds come with conditions.
Money or no money, Seward’s floods keep coming.
In a typical year, a maximum of four students are selected for the program and go to Japan for 10 days.
The vision of KPCCC is to “restructure and build the foundation of the 7 Mountains of Influence in our society through conservative action.”
The policy change is in response to updated guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Connections graduates 99
Superintendent John O’Brien spoke with the Clarion about his 16 years of service in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District
Nikiski honors graduates during commencement ceremony
SoHi honors graduates in outdoor ceremony
Kenai Alternative High School graduates 10
After tumultuous final years, Kenai Central High School seniors receive diplomas
River City Academy graduates 9
The district is looking to hire more than 50 new staff members for schools across the borough.
The film is available to stream online this weekend.
Graduation ceremonies will cap the end of a school year that saw tensions rise between the district and parents.
Efforts to construct a new K-12 school building in the remote village of Kachemak Selo have been in the works for years.