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Increase in COVID-19 cases pushes Southern Kenai Peninsula into high-risk category
Homer High School remains open to in-person learners
Schools in the areas with low and medium risk can progress with in-person learning
Principals discuss what reopening will look like at local schools
Masks are now mandatory for all staff and students in third grade and higher.
Risk levels are based on COVID cases reported in a community and determine how schools will operate.
Smart Start plan for KPBSD will be sent to Department of Education by the end of this month
District admin is still contemplating if and when school facilities will be open to the public.
Mountain View’s Daniel heads up list of school district retirees
Kenai Central High embark on new lives with fanfare
The institution, started in 2007, was the only one on the Kenai Peninsula to do a virtual graduation.
Nikiski students celebrate with ‘historic’, unconventional ceremony
Athletic programming has come to and end for a few different reasons.
Several people commented that the current model for health care is not working for many teachers.
The 2019 - 2020 school year is here and we are ready. The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District team is thrilled to welcome back students,… Continue reading
Chancellor Cathy Sandeen took a working vacation to attend the Kachemak Bay Writers’ Conference
‘I liked how it was small and you got one-on-one contact with the teachers’
“Please know that this is not a done deal”
Residents can attend a forum on Wednesday, Feb. 20, Thursday, Feb. 21 and Tuesday, Feb. 26.
A six-year plan outlines the most important infrastructure projects in local schools from 2021–2026