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Parents organize proms as tensions continue on school mitigation protocols.
Members of the board receive a monthly stipend in addition to being eligible for district insurance.
KPBSD is not keeping track of how many students are vaccinated.
The $48 million the district plans to request Tuesday reflects compromises by the district and by the borough.
Uncertainty surrounding fall 2021 enrollment numbers has created challenges in the budget process.
The high school hasn’t had a foods and nutrition teacher for a number of years.
Soldotna High School students will share their COVID-19 experiences beginning on April 8 during a three-day in-person performance of “Pandemic: A Retrospective.” Director Sara Erfurth,… Continue reading
Through the federal CARES Act, the district received about $2.3 million in original ESSER funds.
Kari Dendurent will be the next assistant superintendent
The roof has been actively leaking and has ‘exceeded its useful life’
The board reviewed their initial request and agreed to approach the borough with a new, lower request of $50 million.
The meeting can be streamed live via Zoom or on the district’s media page
Three COVID variants had been detected in Alaska as of last Wednesday
The clinic was targeted specifically to KPBSD staff
Linnaea Gossard was honored at a surprise ceremony on Friday
The surge in enrollment put a strain on the home-school program.
The amount of money requested for the project — $5.39 million — reflects the 35% local match the borough would need to provide
FY 2022 Education funding request to formally begin with joint work session Tuesday
The 19 projects would impact 38 of the district’s 42 schools.
Eastern peninsula schools began operating at medium-risk level on Monday