Miss Alaska USA Alyssa London was in Ketchikan this week, visiting Fawn Mountain Elementary School on Wednesday. London is the first Tlingit Miss Alaska USA, and she brought a message of pride to the kids at Fawn Mountain, which has a large population of Alaska Native students.
As West Anchorage High School students walked down the aisle Wednesday of the Sullivan Arena, they filed into their seats, waiting patiently for diplomas they had worked for the last four years to receive. For 17 of the students, they…
Jack Pellerin, 14, is one of the first voices the students at Anchorage’s Bartlett High School hear in the morning. Each day at 7:30, Pellerin serves as the school’s resident weather reporter, letting all the students know what they should be expecting in the skies over Anchorage.
Galindo is one of three Flying University alums who graduated this month with a four-year degree from the University of Alaska Southeast. Former inmate Nathan Block and Thomas Spitzfaden, a regular student who took classes in Lemon Creek Correctional Center with the inmates, also graduated with bachelor’s degrees.