School’s out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean kids aren’t learning.
Camp directors say demand is high this summer, with COVID-19 vaccinations widely available, declining coronavirus cases and parents eager to send their kids to in-person programs after spending so much of the school year online.
If all goes well, an exhibit could be opened by 2023.
The next three graduating classes will have to earn half a credit less than the classes before them in order to graduate.
The first round of funding went quickly, and some people who were eligible didn’t hear in time to apply.
The Anchorage School District has launched its largest summer program ever.
Steve Johnson organized a Sunday vigil to remember the 215 children in British Columbia and to acknowledge Sitka’s own history, which includes children who were sent involuntarily to Sheldon Jackson College.
UAF Geophysical Institute research professor and Venus expert Robert Herrick is one of the leaders of the Veritas mission, one of two Venus proposals chosen by NASA.
The University of Alaska is launching a system-wide program geared toward retaining more Alaska Native students at the school and increasing the number of Alaska Native staff members.
Principal Faith Jurs says all grade levels will see a boost in Iñupiaq content under the new curriculum.