If approved, the board would make time to recognize Tlingit people as the land’s original inhabitants before opening its meetings.
Ketchikan’s Superintendent Beth Lougee is taking time off. That’s following the sudden death of her husband on Sunday.
The Sitka School Board recently decided to send the question of the name change to the Sitka Tribe, in hopes of identifying a “significant local cultural educator.”
Superintendent Bridget Weiss says the return to in-person classes is going smoothly so far.
In one of the new books, two animals that are complete opposites want to play with each other.
The state’s vaccine allocation committee departed from national recommendations, opting to vaccinate people over 65 before some essential workers. That means teachers under 65 will have to wait longer for vaccinations.
COVID-19 lockdowns have left students and their families navigating new technology on their own.
The UniSea fish plant in Unalaska is under partial lockdown and has shut down all non-essential work after four employees tested positive for COVID-19 Tuesday.
Juneau’s Yaakoosgé High School are helping students through advisory classes centered on community building and social and emotional learning.
A UAF study found that arctic ground squirrels’ bodies transform existing nutrients into resources that can be used to build back tissue that atrophies during hibernation.