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Andy Corbin

Andy Corbin, 9 days ago

2-22-21
Dear Parents/Guardians,

I hope this message finds you well. Many of you were able to attend virtual conferences last Friday. Thank you! I hope you found the time and information beneficial. We are truly doing all we can to keep the feeling of connection to school alive and well amidst the ongoing pandemic challenges. Please do not hesitate at any time to reach out with questions, suggestions or concerns related to your student's education.

I'm aware that Graduation is on the minds of many of you, as well as the minds of students in the graduating Class of 2021. There are many details yet to be determined, but a committee of staff members have begun meeting along with many of the prospective graduates. We have set the tentative date for the commencement ceremony to be Saturday, May 15. The time of day and location have not been confirmed, but a few options are under consideration.

We are hopeful to have an outdoor event that can safely accommodate Nenana community members and parents/guardians as well as visiting parents/guardians and family members of NSLC students. Please know that details will continue to be modified as we approach the selected date. Unfortunately, at this early stage in the planning, there is even potential that an in-person event may not be possible if there were to be a surge in local COVID-19 transmission in the weeks preceding the event.

In the meantime, I'm hopeful this information aids you in your planning.

Thank you,

David R. Huntington
Principal, Nenana City School
dhuntington@nenanalynx.org
907-832-5464 (NCS office)
District Website: www.nenanalynx.org

Andy Corbin

Andy Corbin, 12 days ago

Check out the Nenana Ice Classic Tripod Sunday Flyer, it's coming up fast on March 7, 2021!

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Andy Corbin

Andy Corbin, 16 days ago

NCS Update 2-15-21

Dear Parents/Guardians,

It appears there is a need to adjust our planning based on new information published by the State of Alaska. At the link HERE, you will find COVID-19 Response and Recovery Health Advisory-2 on International and Interstate travel. This advisory was released over the weekend (2/14/21) and includes updates to recommendations for out of state travel, testing, and exemptions for fully vaccinated individuals.

In light of this new information, and in an effort to ensure a safe reopening following prospective in-state and out-of-state travel by students and staff, we will continue with virtual instruction/schooling upon return from Spring Break for the week of March 22 through March 26, 2021. In person schooling for local K-12 students will commence on Monday, March 29.

By Monday, March 22, all teachers and NCS staff members that have direct contact with students (when in person) are expected to have returned from any out of state travel to resume work with students virtually. This will provide a 5-7 day period to observe strict social distancing and self-monitoring for symptoms in preparation for a return to in person school on March 29. These efforts are consistent with recommendations in Health Advisory 2 and will serve us best to be confident that all individuals entering the building on March 29, 2021 are COVID-free.

Again, all of this is dependent on a continued decline in Case Rate numbers and non-existent community spread in Nenana.

Thank you for your flexibility and support as we continue to navigate these uncharted waters together as a school community.

State of Alaska COVID Health Advisories can be viewed on the state website as well: https://covid19.alaska.gov/health-advisories/

All for now,

David R. Huntington
Principal, Nenana City School
dhuntington@nenanalynx.org
907-832-5464 (NCS office)
District Website: www.nenanalynx.org

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