Andy Corbin
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
9 days ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Check out the Nenana Ice Classic Tripod Sunday Flyer, it's coming up fast on March 7, 2021!
12 days ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
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
16 days ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
2-15-21 Hello all, February is National Children's Dental Health Month. For the second year in a row, TCC Dental is participating in the American Dental Association’s ‘Give Kids a Smile’ event. An event whose goal is to provide dental care to children as well as to increase prevention and education into communities around the country. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are moving the event to our virtual space. Youth can participate by watching all of our educational videos below and then submitting answers to our quiz located below the videos. Once they submit their answers, they will be placed in a drawing for a prize. Give Kids A Smile – Tanana Chiefs Conference Dental Goody Bags have been placed in student homework files in the school building front entrance, and are ready for pick up. For more information contact: Deidre Dayton
16 days ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
NCS Update - Friday, February 12, 2021 Greetings Parents/Guardians and Nenana Community members, I am writing to provide information related to a prospective return to in-person schooling. It is my hope that providing this information in advance will enable parents, students and teachers to prepare accordingly. Assuming community spread remains stable in the immediate Nenana community, and Case Rates in the greater Fairbanks area continue to decline and stabilize at a value less than 10, we have identified March 22, 2021 as the day doors will open to local K-12 students enrolled at Nenana City School. This approach is consistent with our Smart Start plan, which has been guiding our decisions and actions thus far. Screen Shot 2021-02-11 at 9.04.07 AM.png Per the SmartStart plan, students in grades (K-8) will be placed into cohorts within grade level (where class sizes dictate). Student cohorts will remain together and safely distanced from one another within a classroom throughout the academic day. Breakfast and lunch will be served to the classrooms. At the Secondary level, local High School students will rotate classes in a traditional manner for direct instruction. Seating will be appropriately distanced, and masks will be worn. LC students will continue to school remotely M-Th, with in person options under consideration on Fridays. The academic day will follow the same schedule as it currently does at the Secondary level (7-12). Teachers in grades K-6 will transition to a traditional schedule of in-person instruction and away from the variety of modified virtual schedules, which have evolved through collaboration with students and parents in an effort to limit screen-time. Classroom teachers will communicate with parents and students directly on this front in the weeks ahead. The hope is that the majority of families would opt for their student(s) to attend in person. Those choosing to continue virtually will be provided the option to do so, although it will surely look different than it does currently. In the event of a localized positive case in a given class, or a student/teacher being identified as a "close contact", contract tracing may require the entire class (or some portion of it) to return to virtual instruction for an isolation period. This may have further-reaching impacts if, for example, an individual who tests positive (or who is identified as a close contact) has siblings in other grades, is a teacher, and/or has family members who are members of the teaching or support staff. Regarding Spring Break and associated travel, please find information on COVID-19 Outbreak Health Order No. 6, International and Interstate Travel at the link HERE. If your student(s) will be traveling out of state, please plan for them to continue with virtual school until they have met the requirements for quarantine/strict social distancing upon return (5 days and negative test for children over 10 yrs). There are a number of nuances that accompany a shift to operating in person safely. Beyond the masks, distancing, cleaning and disinfecting that have become common-place, students will need to be re-oriented to appropriate behaviors and expectations when in the building. While we are excited at the prospect of once again having students in the building, the process will require a team approach, flexibility, and trust. Again, it is my hope that communicating now will provide ample time to prepare for this transition. Thank you kindly, David R. Huntington Principal, Nenana City School dhuntington@nenanalynx.org 907-832-5464 (NCS office) District Website: www.nenanalynx.org
19 days ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Students, Parents, and Staff - Don't miss out on the Nenana Native Council's Virtual Job Fair coming up February 22 through March 5, 2021. NNC Virtual Job Fair Flyer is attached to this posting.
20 days ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
2-10-21 Dear Parents/Guardians, Students and teachers have been busy reconnecting and getting the second semester underway at Nenana City School. Learning is a process, and we want to take time to connect with families to reflect on our work together up to this point. Doing so provides an opportunity to celebrate successes, address any student needs that may not currently be met, and share recommendations moving forward. To that end, we are planning to hold Parent/Teacher Conferences again this month. Once again, we are encouraging student involvement. The conferences will be held virtually, either via Zoom or over the phone. Parents of students in grades K-8 can expect communication from Andy Corbin for scheduling on Thursday, 2/18 (2pm-4:30pm) and throughout the day on Friday, 2/19. High school conferences will take place throughout the day on Friday, 2/19. High School teachers will be reaching out to students and families to coordinate a time that works. Please begin discussing your availability with your student to assist in this scheduling process. Kind regards, David R. Huntington Principal, Nenana City School dhuntington@nenanalynx.org 907-832-5464 (NCS office) District Website: www.nenanalynx.org
21 days ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
2-9-21 Students and parents, here is the Feb/March Literacy Cafe Flyer (Virtual), see the attachment below.
22 days ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
2-3-21 Greetings, I apologize for sharing this a little late, but here is our January Literacy Cafe video (see link below). Packets full of books, supplies, and helpful literacy strategies should be at your front door, handed to you, or waiting for you at the front of the building. If you haven't received anything from us, please contact me at scalkin@nenanalynx.org. If you're interested in signing up, or know someone who is homeschooling through CyberLynx that might want to sign up, please send them my email and encourage them to join in. Thank you, and look for our next installment in late February or early March! Happy reading! Stephen Calkin https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fgYX8ocL4lcxDbZEZ4tym3_8JNKl8F4h/view?usp=sharing
28 days ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Greetings Parents and the Nenana Community, Below is an interest survey, which is part of the year-one ACE Grant efforts to gain insight from our NCS stakeholders. Please take some time this week or next to complete the survey. Your input is very important to our program planning efforts moving forward. Thank you for your time and thoughtful responses. Please submit your survey by February 15, 2021. NNA NCSD ANC Interest Survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LNC2KNP David R. Huntington Principal, Nenana City School dhuntington@nenanalynx.org 907-832-5464 (NCS office) District Website: www.nenanalynx.org
29 days ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Join Teena Calkin for UAF Night! Ever wonder what is out there for you at the University of Alaska Fairbanks? Like shared classes with the University of Alaska Southeast? This is the perfect night to join this Zoom - hear from admissions, financial aid, the Rural Honors Institute, eCampus, Alaska Advantage and more. Please join us to learn more - whether you think you will attend college or not, this would be a great opportunity for you to learn what’s out there so you have that information later on. Teena Calkin is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: UAF Night Time: Feb 17, 2021 06:00 PM Alaska Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/98507165840?pwd=bGtNTDhtSUFVSnB6OXM4MTNDbDhFZz09 Meeting ID: 985 0716 5840 Passcode: 2uw8SG
29 days ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
NCS New Staff Member Introduction 1-25-21 Dear Parents/Guardians. I hope this message finds you well. I'm writing to formally introduce Mrs. Teena Calkin to our team at Nenana City School. Mrs. Calkin has recently joined us in her new position as Transition Coordinator and ACE Demo Grant Project Co-Director. This grant is in partnership with the Nenana Native Council. Please join us in welcoming Teena to the school community. Year one of the grant is written as a planning year. Teena's position is 0.5 FTE this year. In years 2-5 of the grant, Mrs. Calkin will transition to full time. Her responsibilities will expand to include leadership in our transition plan efforts for students in grades 7-12, along with other extracurricular offerings. The primary focus during the planning year is to survey stakeholders' interests in a variety of program offerings intended to increase access to college and career opportunities and also to begin networking with potential statewide agencies, universities and training facilities. The opportunities are endless, and Teena has already established a far-reaching network of contacts, viable partnerships and an impressive collection of next-level opportunities for our students. In the coming weeks, you will be asked to provide your feedback to Teena through the lens of a staff member. Parents and students (grade 7 -12) will also be asked to complete surveys. When the time comes please take some time to reflect on your tenure with NCSD (as a parent, student, staff member or any combination of the three), in providing Teena with your most genuine and constructive input. Survey responses will play an important role in decision making and the direction of our CTE and Afterschool Program offerings moving forward. Thank you in advance for your time and thoughtful responses. David R. Huntington Principal, Nenana City School dhuntington@nenanalynx.org 907-832-5464 (NCS office) District Website: www.nenanalynx.org
about 1 month ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
My previous posting was the NCS Update for Wednesday, January 20, 2021.
about 1 month ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Dear Parents/Guardians and Nenana Community, As we move forward with semester two, I am writing to provide information regarding our plans for education at Nenana City School. With the recent changes being implemented in the FNSBSD, many folks are beginning to inquire as to whether Nenana City School will follow suit. First and foremost, we are very different from FNSBSD. One thing we do have in common is that we are both in the operational red zone (Alert Levels defined). As such, we are defaulting to our Smart Start plan, which states that we will operate with virtual instruction when COVID-19 case rates enter the high risk operational zone in Fairbanks and the surrounding region. The current case rates are roughly 4X greater than those indicated at the medium risk zone. At medium risk, we have a plan to transition to in-person schooling. The school's current approach is consistent with public health (DHSS) recommendations and received high approval from the State (DEED). Beyond the elevated case rates in Fairbanks, we have had recent community spread in Nenana. In-person schooling is unlikely until we see community spread stabilize and Fairbanks regional case rates fall below the high risk threshold. The safety of local students and those residing at the Nenana Student Living Center, along with that of the staff at both locations is of utmost priority. A return to in-person schooling is equally valued. Other considerations impacting the prospective return to in-person schooling include our teaching and LC staff who reside in the greater Fairbanks area, potential transmission from school to local families and elders, Nenana Head Start closure and associated child-care challenges, and a genuine uncertainty surrounding the degree of community spread in Nenana. Our current virtual delivery program has provided equal opportunities to all students, quality and continuity in instruction, and the ability for families to plan for child-care with consistency. Given our staff size and unique program needs, I am uncertain that we can deliver the same degree of quality instruction, safety, and support to all families if we attempt to provide both an in-person and remote option. Nonetheless, we will be exploring this option in the coming weeks. You can expect further communication on this if we see COVID-19 numbers continue to decline. Any return to in-person schooling would likely occur in phases, beginning with K-4, then 5-8, and ultimately high school. Screen Shot 2021-01-20 at 9.59.19 AM.png Our administrative, teaching, and support staff will continue to do all we can to meet and exceed the learning and social/emotional needs of all students. We will continue to monitor patterns and trends in COVID-19 case rates in our immediate region as well as other factors that determine our operational risk zone. Thank you for your continued flexibility, support, and perseverance. Kind regards, David R. Huntington Principal, Nenana City School dhuntington@nenanalynx.org 907-832-5464 (NCS office) District Website: www.nenanalynx.org
about 1 month ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Greetings parents, guardians and community members. I hope the New Year is off to a good start! Last week, High School students were informed of an evening Peer Tutoring opportunity to support them in their efforts this semester. The NCS and LC staff have worked together to incorporate a peer tutor "hotline". There is an open Zoom session, Sunday - Thursday, in the evenings from 8:30-10pm. Both local and LC students may enter this Zoom room at any time to collaborate with each other, receive academic support from peers, etc. The link to the Peer Tutor Zoom is https://zoom.us/j/92707718953 David R. Huntington Principal, Nenana City School dhuntington@nenanalynx.org 907-832-5464 (NCS office)
about 1 month ago, Andy Corbin
Susan Kauffman
The Nenana City School District board meeting normally scheduled for the first Wednesday of each month (January 6, 2021), is rescheduled for January 13, 2021.
about 1 month ago, Susan Kauffman
Andy Corbin
NCS Update 12-11-20 Good afternoon, I am writing again to pass along information pertaining to our operating plans for the second semester, specifically Quarter 3. In my communication last Friday, 12/4, I referenced our plans to continue with virtual instruction for the first two weeks of the quarter. This is to accommodate quarantines for students and staff returning from travel. The first day of classes for students is January 5th. The daily schedule will not change. In all reality, families should plan for continued virtual schooling well into semester 2. Given the current COVID case rates and predicted trends, we are unlikely to see numbers that allow us to transition into our medium risk operational zone any time soon. With that said, the current environment prevents us, and most districts in the state, from planning for a traditional winter sports season either. The details of what we are able to offer will continue to evolve into the new year. NCS administrators are in communication with public health officials and administration of neighboring districts. We will continue to monitor the situation and discuss options as we see changes in the COVID case rates and trends. Thank you for your continued patience and flexibility. David R. Huntington Principal, Nenana City School dhuntington@nenanalynx.org 907-832-5464 (NCS office)
3 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
UPDATED POSTING FOR TODAY, Friday, December 4, 2020! Greetings Families and Friends, I hope you all had a nice Thanksgiving. I'm writing with a brief update as we approach the final two weeks of Semester 1. Our teaching, support, and administrative staff are extremely proud of the effort students, parents, and LC staff have made to meet and exceed the challenges placed upon us by the COVID-19 constraints. It has not been easy, but students have shown perseverance and a true sense of appreciation for their education. For this you too should be proud! Students will be completing MAP Growth testing over the next two weeks. We look at student growth since the September testing as a measuring stick for the effectiveness of instruction and student learning. This information will help inform our practice second semester. As a reminder, we plan to continue with virtual delivery for at least the first two weeks of second semester. Please be on the lookout for further communication on semester two scheduling, sports updateds, etc. prior to break. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out at any time. Thank you for your continued support and patience as we navigate these challenging times together. It really does take a community of positive-minded individuals to stay the course and support each other as we push forward. With Respect, David R. Huntington Principal, Nenana City School dhuntington@nenanalynx.org 907-832-5464 (NCS office)
3 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Greetings Families and Friends, I hope you all had a nice Thanksgiving. I'm writing with a brief update as we approach the final two weeks of Semester 1. Our teaching, support, and administrative staff are extremely proud of the effort students, parents, and LC staff have made to meet and exceed the challenges placed upon us by the COVID-19 constraints. It has not been easy, but students have shown perseverance and a true sense of appreciation for their education. For this you too should be proud! Students will be completing MAP Growth testing over the next two weeks. We look at student growth since the September testing as a measuring stick for the effectiveness of instruction and student learning. This information will help inform our practice second semester. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out at any time. Thank you for your continued support and patience as we navigate these challenging times together. It really does take a community of positive-minded individuals to stay the course and support each other as we push forward. With Respect, David R. Huntington Principal, Nenana City School dhuntington@nenanalynx.org 907-832-5464 (NCS office)
3 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Just a reminder for parents, based on the Nenana City School District calendar, school will be in session for two days this week, Monday, November 23, and Tuesday, November 24. The school will be closed for the remainder of the week. We hope that your family enjoys the extended Thanksgiving weekend.
3 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Check Out the November Literacy Cafe Flyer!
4 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Greetings Friends and Families, A reminder, there will not be classes on Friday, November 11th. Teaching staff and administration will be engaging in an in-service throughout the day. Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and upcoming holiday season! Kind regards, David R. Huntington Principal, Nenana City School dhuntington@nenanalynx.org 907-832-5464 (NCS office)
4 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Students of the Month for October 2020 - Congratulations to Sophia Stone and Abigail Landrum!
4 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Virtual Literacy Cafe is now available for October, check it out here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jULXoI1O7fABJ--xokXUmDiAeJfsFXI9/view
4 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Dear Parents/Guardians, Although unconventional, students and teachers have worked together to navigate the first quarter of classes at Nenana City School. Looking ahead, it is important to take time to process the experience together. To that end, we are planning to hold Parent/Teacher Conferences at the end of the month. Teachers are collaborating this week to discuss the structure of these conferences. We envision some level of student involvement and will communicate further with details as they become final. The conferences will be held virtually, either via Zoom or over the phone. Andy Corbin has created conference schedules for parents/guardians of students in grades K-8. She will be including schedules in the grade reports that will be mailed out this week. You may contact either Ms. Corbin or your students' teacher if changes are needed. Teachers of students in grades 9-12 will be communicating with students assigned to their Homeroom to schedule conferences. Please begin discussing your availability with your student to assist in this scheduling process. Below are the days and times that conferences will be held. Thursday 10/29 2pm - 5pm Friday 10/30 8am - 2:05pm (LUNCH noon - 12:45pm) Kind regards, David R. Huntington Principal, Nenana City School dhuntington@nenanalynx.org 907-832-5464 (NCS office)
4 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Greetings Parents, Students, Guardians, and Community Members, This message details operating procedures moving forward for Quarter two (Q2), as well as a look at the weeks following Winter break. There will be Q & A sessions on Friday, 10/16 to clarify any questions and address any concerns. Please join the Zoom meeting at the designated times if you wish to participate. Friday 3:30pm K - 8 parents/students. Friday 4:30pm. 9-12 parents/students Zoom meeting Link: https://zoom.us/j/93512578335 Nenana City School will continue with virtual delivery for the weeks ahead. This approach is a function of elevated case rates in Fairbanks, Denali Borough, and potentially the immediate Nenana community. Ongoing collaboration with local and state healthcare professionals suggests there are a number of uncertainties surrounding community spread. With case rates well into the High operational zone, there may very well be asymptomatic, undetected cases present within the localized Nenana and/or school community. The implications of this reality cannot be underestimated. Screen Shot 2020-10-14 at 5.09.53 PM.png source: https://coronavirus-response-alaska-dhss.hub.arcgis.com/ There is a strong desire to pilot in-person attendance for local K-12 students on Fridays, along with that of NSLC students. Doing so safely will be dependent on a decrease in the general upward trend in positive cases in the region, AND confirmation from public health professionals that there are no active COVID cases in the immediate Nenana community. If/when the above-mentioned precursors are met, students may be invited to attend school in-person on select Fridays during Q2. This decision will be assessed weekly and communication to families will follow. High School students residing at the NSLC are likely to see opportunities for in-person schooling before other populations of students in Nenana. Having undergone quarantine upon arrival, engaged in active symptom screening, and refrained from any recent exposure to the outside community - students at the LC are symptom free and assumed to be virus free. These variables, in combination with the strictly controlled living and learning environments of the NSLC and NCS suggest students residing at the NSLC can operate safely in proximity to staff, regardless of COVID-19 case rates in Fairbanks and/or the local community. Again, this is dependent on strict adherence to safety protocols by both students and staff when in district buildings and public spaces, as well as when in proximity to one another. Both NSLC and NCS staff are routinely reminded of this and actively engage in these practices on a daily basis in the school building and Living Center. Local families who wish to pursue student-residence at the NSLC are encouraged to contact Joe Digrande, Director. This option is available for 9th-12th grade students only at this time. After a two-week quarantine, local students residing at the NSLC will be permitted to participate in all activities available to LC students. Examples include; open gym, pre-season basketball, peer tutoring, structured evening study environment, regular food service, weekend activities, communal cooking, gaming, walks and talks. Screen Shot 2020-10-14 at 6.18.56 PM.png source: https://coronavirus-response-alaska-dhss.hub.arcgis.com/ DATA SHOWING CURRENT AND PROJECTED UPWARD TREND Tentative Friday Schedule for Q2 10/23 Virtual 10/30 8am-11am Virtual Instruction, 11:40am - 2pm Conferences (more info coming soon) 11/6 in-person 11/13 In-Service, No School 11/20 in-person 11/25. Holiday, No School 12/11 in-person 12/18. in-person 12/25 Holiday, No School SEMESTER TWO Delivery will be virtual for K-12 students during the first two weeks of semester two. Staff traveling out of state will be expected to work remotely from Jan. 4 - Jan. 15. NSLC students traveling home for the winter break will quarantine for 14 days upon their return. In person schooling for these students will begin on Jan.18. In an effort to provide local Nenana students in grades 9-12 the opportunity to also attend school in-person beginning Jan.18, local families will be provided the opportunity for their student(s) to reside at the NSLC beginning Jan.4. Students will be required to quarantine for 14 days prior to attending school in-person. They will also be expected to adhere to all program operating procedures and health and safety protocols at the NSLC. This quarantine period will ensure that all student residents at the NSLC (local and otherwise) are symptom and virus free. We feel strongly that the combination of quarantine, removal from potential road-system exposures, and the controlled living and learning environments of the NSLC and NCS will enable students and staff to operate safely, regardless of COVID-19 case rates in Fairbanks and/or the local community. As mentioned above, local families who wish to pursue this option prior to winter break are encouraged to contact Joe Digrande at the NSLC. Grades K-8 can be expected to remain operating virtually to begin semester two, with the potential for 1-2 in-person days. Again, the reality of in-person schooling will be dependent on a decrease in the recent upward trend in positive cases in the region, AND confirmation from public health professionals that there are no active COVID cases in the immediate Nenana community. Ultimately, the downward trend needs to result in case rates that enter into the medium risk zone (<10) in order to ensure student and staff safety. Sincerely, David R. Huntington Principal, Nenana City School dhuntington@nenanalynx.org 907-832-5464 (NCS office)
5 months ago, Andy Corbin
Dave Huntington
September 2020 Students of the Month Kayla Irwin Jace McBride
5 months ago, Dave Huntington
Andy Corbin
Check out the October 2020 Literacy Cafe Flyer (Virtual)
5 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
October 2nd, 2020 Greetings, I sincerely hope this letter finds you and your family well. As part of our literacy initiative, Nenana City School is engaging in quarterly book distributions. The plan is for the district to provide reading material to your student(s) to encourage reading at home. We hope to provide your student(s) with one book per school quarter. Due to COVID-19 mitigation measures, we were unable to go ahead with a planned quarterly book distribution in the building via your child’s classroom teachers. Instead, teachers asked their students about what kind of book they might like to receive and tried to order those books or similar ones if they were unavailable. While we can assure you that we did our best to deliver the specific book your student asked for, we also recognize that, sometimes, a story simply isn’t what you thought it was going to be. If your student starts reading this selection and it’s not for them, don’t feel bad! Trade it with a friend, share it with a family member, or simply bring it back to the school and exchange it for a different one. The book distribution is a part of a wider effort on behalf of Nenana City School to foster literacy in our students. We will also be inviting students and their families to monthly Literacy Cafes. Please keep an eye out for an invitation to these Cafes. In a low risk scenario, we plan on feeding you and your family a dinner, providing engaging activities for your child, giving you some time to decompress and ask questions with other adults and professionals, and provide you a book with instructions on specific reading strategies to use at home. In high risk scenarios, we will be delivering materials to you and your readers, and posting informative videos on specific reading activities you can do with your students, including with the books we’re distributing to you now! We also have a Literacy Council that we encourage you to join. The Council meets once a month, talks about literacy goals and programming, and helps guide decisions and processes in the school regarding literacy. We’d love to have your voice in the meeting! If you have questions, comments, or concerns please feel free to reach out to me. My email and phone number can be found at the bottom of the letter. I sincerely look forward to seeing your child in the building as soon as possible. Have a great early winter season, and please encourage your student to check out the included book(s)! Local students can find their quarterly book in the filing cabinet located at the elementary entrance to the school. Each book should have a slip of paper with the student's name on it tucked in the front of the book, along with our distribution letter. If you or your student cannot swing by to pick up their book, please contact Stephen Calkin to arrange for it to be mailed. Best Wishes, Stephen Calkin Social Studies Teacher/Literacy Grant Director scalkin@nenanalynx.org 503-395-7184
5 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
The first monthly Literacy Cafe can be viewed at this link: https://bit.ly/2SabClH
5 months ago, Andy Corbin
Dave Huntington
With the upward trend of COVID-19 case rate numbers, it is unlikely that we will be able to return to in-person instruction in the coming weeks. To that end, and in effort to sustain the continuity with which we are operating currently, Nenana City School will operate virtually throughout the remainder of Quarter 1 (Oct. 16). According to the State of Alaska DHHS COVID-19 page, here are the numbers and alert levels today. This information is updated by noon daily. https://coronavirus-response-alaska-dhss.hub.arcgis.com/ Last updated September 17, 2020, 1:30 PM AKDT Fairbanks is HIGH Cases (last 14 days): 226 Cases (avg. last 14 days): 16.14 Case Rate (avg. last 14 days: 16.83 The Nenana City School is currently operating at the High-Risk protocol.
6 months ago, Dave Huntington
Andy Corbin
Nenana City School will continue to operate under high-risk virtual learning protocols for the week of 9/14/2020. According to the State of Alaska DHHS COVID-19 page, Fairbanks numbers reflect high-risk alert levels. Visit the State of Alaska COVID-19 website for more information: https://coronavirus-response-alaska-dhss.hub.arcgis.com/ Fairbanks is HIGH Cases (last 14 days): 207 Cases (avg. last 14 days): 14.79 Case Rate (avg. last 14 days: 15.42
6 months ago, Andy Corbin
Dave Huntington
Literacy Cafe Flyer - https://tinyurl.com/yxud7eb5
6 months ago, Dave Huntington
Dave Huntington
Fairbanks COVID-19 case rate has risen to above 10 this weekend, putting NCS into the High Risk operational zone. This means school will be operating in accordance with our virtual delivery protocols for the week of 8.31.20. Classes will follow the same bell schedule as that of our in-person delivery protocol (see images attached). Teachers will be reaching out to students with scheduled Zoom invites and virtual instruction.
6 months ago, Dave Huntington
Andy Corbin
Here is the last page of the Covid-19 Containment Flowchart as well to go with the previous Live Feed posting! See attached.
6 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
NCS invites parents to participate in this Friday's Zoom Mtg which will provide information regarding In-Person Start next Monday. Here are the Zoom links: K-6th 1pm Join Zoom Meeting - https://zoom.us/j/93512578335 7-12th 2pm Join Zoom Meeting - https://zoom.us/j/93512578335 Please see attached forms as well, they contain important information for parents if you are unable to attend the Zoom mtg.
6 months ago, Andy Corbin
Dave Huntington
Please see the attached image.
7 months ago, Dave Huntington
Andy Corbin
Friday, August 14, 2020 UPDATE Greetings Parents/Guardians and Community Members, Teaching staff and administrators have been busy this week finalizing the academic schedule, details surrounding our program operations and participating in virtual training to support our work with students. As we wrap up this week and look ahead to next, I write to provide an update on details surrounding the startup of school. We are looking forward to the official opening of school, via distance education on August 24th. Beginning Monday, 8/17, Nenana School administration will begin making calls to all local families to discuss scheduling. As the week of 8/17 unfolds, parents and students can expect to receive further updates and ultimately communication from teachers. We will post all general announcements on the school website and school Facebook page. One significant update as we look beyond the week of August 24th is regarding the proposed in-person start date. Previous communications identified this date as Sept. 2nd. Please note this has changed, and we plan to begin in-person instruction (risk-level dependent) on Monday, August 31st. Thank you for your attention to this detail. Again, be on the lookout for more specifics next week. Preliminary plans are to send out invites for an information session Friday afternoon, 8/21, so please try to carve out time to join us if possible. Thank you and please do not hesitate to reach out with questions or concerns. kind regards, Dave Huntington
7 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Dear Parents/Guardians and Nenana community members, The school Nenana City School leadership team is hopeful that the information provided in the Restart FAQ (available on school website and FB page) was valuable as you continue to examine what is best for your student(s). In an effort to further clarify the learning options available through the District, the attached infographic has been created and is being distributed. If you have anything that you'd like to discuss, please do not hesitate to reach out to Dave Huntington, dhuntington@nenanalynx.org
7 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Here are the last two pages of FAQ!
7 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Attention Parents - NCS Return to School FAQ, please read all 6 pages attached.
7 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Welcome/Update from new Principal Dave Huntington is available here!
8 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Parent Memo COVID Grading from Principal, Annalee Coy. Parents and students, please be sure to read this memo it is very important. The full letter is attached.
11 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Parent Memo COVID Grading
11 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
ATTENTION PARENTS - AT THIS TIME THE NENANA CITY SCHOOL BUILDING WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL MAY 1, 2020. Questions can still be directed to the school telephone system 907-832-5464. Please leave a voice message in the system, and a staff member will return your call. Thank you.
11 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
NSLC boarding facility closure information, please see attached letter from Joe Digrande, NSLC Director
12 months ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Watch Nenana Lynx Basketball from Cordova LIVE! Games in Cordova begin at 6PM tonight. LIVE stream will be available after the games begin. Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeBuGEZS6eb8pT_i_WXDaKg/featured
about 1 year ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
about 1 year ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Parent reminder - NO SCHOOL tomorrow, Friday & next Monday due to the NIT Tournament. Enjoy the long weekend!
about 1 year ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Annual NIT Basketball Tournament begins tomorrow! Here are copies of the brackets and game times.
about 1 year ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Parent Teacher Conferences are just a few short short weeks away.........!
about 1 year ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences are coming up quick! They are scheduled for February 11,12,13,14 from 2pm through 3:30pm each day. All four days will be Early Release days, student will be released at 1:55pm. Elementary PT conference schedules will be mailed out soon!
about 1 year ago, Andy Corbin
Eric Filardi
WACKO Games!
over 1 year ago, Eric Filardi
Andy Corbin
School picture re-takes are next Tuesday for new students, or students that may have been absent when pictures were taken back in September.
over 1 year ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Nenana School Board Survey - Final day to give your feedback is TODAY!
over 1 year ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Parents & community members are invited to complete the Nenana City School Board Survey, see attached.
over 1 year ago, Andy Corbin
Maryellen Robinson
CIA game
over 1 year ago, Maryellen Robinson
Maryellen Robinson
SuValley game
over 1 year ago, Maryellen Robinson
Maryellen Robinson
Warming up to play Su Valley!
over 1 year ago, Maryellen Robinson
Maryellen Robinson
TriValley Soccer Tournament
over 1 year ago, Maryellen Robinson
Maryellen Robinson
First soccer game of the season!
over 1 year ago, Maryellen Robinson
Maryellen Robinson
Alumni game
over 1 year ago, Maryellen Robinson
Maryellen Robinson
Alumni
over 1 year ago, Maryellen Robinson
Jens Jacobsen
First day of school!
over 1 year ago, Jens Jacobsen
Maryellen Robinson
Alumni practice
over 1 year ago, Maryellen Robinson
Maryellen Robinson
Practice with the Alumni
over 1 year ago, Maryellen Robinson
Maryellen Robinson
School starts soon... Are you excited!? We are 🥳🎉
over 1 year ago, Maryellen Robinson
Jens Jacobsen
Varsity Coed Soccer soccer starts next week! Any students in grades 9-12 interested in playing this school year please join us!! Practice starts next week - Aug 7, 8, 9 (2:00-3:30pm). Go lynx!
over 1 year ago, Jens Jacobsen
Andy Corbin
Enjoy your summer! Here are a few things for next school year: 2019-20 Nenana City School Calendar & Supply List for K-7th Grade.
almost 2 years ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Rummage Sale this week! See attached flyer
almost 2 years ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Exhibitions of Learning is right around the corner on May 2nd 2019. Join us!
almost 2 years ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Aurora Music Festival LIVE STREAMING! Here is the link for seeing all the festival concerts LIVE: youtube.com/c/KDHSfm
almost 2 years ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
New Online Application Coming Soon! If you are interested in applying for the Nenana Student Living Center (boarding school), go to this link for a Pre Registration form, fill it out and you will be contacted: https://nenana-reg.phoenixlearning.com/preregister.html
almost 2 years ago, Andy Corbin
Meghan Nyquest
Ranger Rachel is visiting Elementary today for Denali Day!
almost 2 years ago, Meghan Nyquest
Katie Stone
Grab your Sleeping Bags!
almost 2 years ago, Katie Stone
Katie Stone
Join the Team!
almost 2 years ago, Katie Stone
Andy Corbin
HEAD'S UP parents, testing for 3rd through 9th grade students starts tomorrow April 2, 2019. The 10th grade students will be taking science test on Thursday as well.
almost 2 years ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Just a few tweaks to this week's menu, check out the updated version on the web site or app.
almost 2 years ago, Andy Corbin
Katie Stone
Please Join Our School Support Committee!
almost 2 years ago, Katie Stone
Katie Stone
Phamily Phlight Night- Brain Games!
almost 2 years ago, Katie Stone
Andy Corbin
Here is the Cordova Tournament Brackets & times as well.
almost 2 years ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Watch Regional Basketball Games in Cordova - LIVE! Here is the youtube address: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeBuGEZS6eb8pT_j_WXDaKg/featured (that's the end of the address) GO LYNX! Girls play at 3 PM
almost 2 years ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
Spring Break is almost here!
almost 2 years ago, Andy Corbin
Andy Corbin
March lunch menu is complete, sorry for the delay!
almost 2 years ago, Andy Corbin
Jens Jacobsen
Tripod Days Coffee House
about 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Senior night!
about 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Andy Corbin
Lunch menu changes for Thursday and Friday this week, check out the menu for details!
about 2 years ago, Andy Corbin
Jens Jacobsen
Shop projects with Mr. Morris
about 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
100’s Day fun!
about 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
NIT! Go Lynx!
about 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Sewing in Mrs. Stickman’s class
about 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Early release Jan. 28
about 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Katie Stone
Grandpas, Dads, & Dudes Needed
about 2 years ago, Katie Stone
Jens Jacobsen
4th Grade NAEP Testing Parent Notification Letter
about 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Coffee house performances!!
about 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Katie Stone
Come Join in the Berry Fun and Treats!
about 2 years ago, Katie Stone
Katie Stone
Join the Parent, Teacher, Community Group!
about 2 years ago, Katie Stone
Jens Jacobsen
Caroling!!
about 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
State wrestling
about 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Katie Stone
Come Out and Play
about 2 years ago, Katie Stone
Katie Stone
Holidays Around the World
about 2 years ago, Katie Stone
Jens Jacobsen
Christmas concert!
about 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Elementary Plays!!
about 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
NCPS staff visiting Bill Cotter’s kennel
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Alaska Sealife Center visits our classrooms
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Katie Stone
Join Us for Nenana's First School Support Meeting
over 2 years ago, Katie Stone
Maryellen Robinson
School Board Conference our dynamic youth representing our student council
over 2 years ago, Maryellen Robinson
Jens Jacobsen
Ice Cream Classic! Go lynx!!
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
You are talented!!
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
You are talented!!
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Maryellen Robinson
AASB school board conference
over 2 years ago, Maryellen Robinson
Jens Jacobsen
Flying drones in Mr. A's class
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Happy Halloween!! #mightylynx
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Happy Halloween!! #mightylynx
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
AST visit with Balu!! Thank you Sgt. Miner!
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Tacos!!!
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Fall concert!! A special thank you to the Mudge’s!!
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Meghan Nyquest
Jr. High at the Tri-Valley Tournament today. Go Lynx!
over 2 years ago, Meghan Nyquest
Jens Jacobsen
Team Hollywood visits NCPS
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
College and Career day fun!!
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Katie Stone
Phlight Camp is this Friday, starting at 5! Please turn in your forms and turn up for all the FUN!
over 2 years ago, Katie Stone
Jens Jacobsen
Team Hollywood visiting NCPS Oct 8 from 3-7pm in the gym
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
First coffee house of the year!
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Fern and her amazing beadwork!
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Senior soccer game tonight. We love our seniors!
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Maryellen Robinson
The game is on!
over 2 years ago, Maryellen Robinson
Maryellen Robinson
Warming up!
over 2 years ago, Maryellen Robinson
Maryellen Robinson
Warming up for the big game! Delta Junction
over 2 years ago, Maryellen Robinson
Katie Stone
Phamily Phlight Night Tonight at 6pm
over 2 years ago, Katie Stone
Jens Jacobsen
School Safety Community Meeting (Sept. 26)
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Katie Stone
Are you and your students coming?
over 2 years ago, Katie Stone
Jens Jacobsen
The amazing World Drumming class directed by Mr. Mudge!
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Tri-Valley Soccer Tourn. Go lynx!
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Maryellen Robinson
Tri Valley Tournament
over 2 years ago, Maryellen Robinson
Maryellen Robinson
Tri Valley
over 2 years ago, Maryellen Robinson
Maryellen Robinson
TriValley tournament
over 2 years ago, Maryellen Robinson
Eric Filardi
2018 Denali Student Intensive Program
over 2 years ago, Eric Filardi
Maryellen Robinson
Go Lynx!
over 2 years ago, Maryellen Robinson
Maryellen Robinson
Lynx vrs CIA 8/31/2018
over 2 years ago, Maryellen Robinson
Beth Norman
This year's after school schedule. Please note time changes and schedule tweaks.
over 2 years ago, Beth Norman
Jens Jacobsen
Due to the unplayable field conditions in Anderson, the Nenana Lynx Soccer Team will be playing their home game at Tri-Valley School against CIA at 4pm today
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Brad Kauffman Memorial Alumni Soccer Game
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
JumpStart fun!
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Welcome back students!! Superintendent Manning speaking to the K-12 student body
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
Ice cream social tomorrow, Aug 21., in the school cafeteria from 5:30-7pm. Come meet your teachers!
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
NCPS student presentations at Denali Education Center. Amazing!!
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
First day of school coming up on Aug. 21. NCPS staff are excited and ready
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Eric Filardi
Some sneak peeks from this year's Backcountry Intensive Program!
over 2 years ago, Eric Filardi
Jens Jacobsen
2018-2019 Soccer Schedule
over 2 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
#Valedictorians #NCSD
almost 3 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
#Solutatorians #NCSD
almost 3 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
#Graduation2018
almost 3 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Javier Acevedo
Clean up day, drone eye view
almost 3 years ago, Javier Acevedo
Javier Acevedo
Start of the race
almost 3 years ago, Javier Acevedo
Ron Gherman
Start of the Fun Run!
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Ron Gherman
Ms Christy and company announcing “It is cleanup day”!!!
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Ron Gherman
Ms Jacobsen and Ms Robinson leading the Jr High On Cleanup Day.
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Ron Gherman
Super Cleanup Man!
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Ron Gherman
Clean Up Day in Nenana!
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Eric Filardi
2018 Spring Concert!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
2018 Spring Concert!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
2018 Spring Concert!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
2018 Spring Concert!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
2018 Spring Concert!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Ron Gherman
Great Job!
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Eric Filardi
2018 Spring Concert!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Ron Gherman
More Music from Guitar Class.
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Ron Gherman
Spring Concert Tonight Elementary Rocking!!!
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Eric Filardi
2018 Spring Concert!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
2018 Spring Concert
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Ron Gherman
Little Dribblers Practice Practice M-T-W will be at 4:30 at the school. The season ending game will be Thursday in the gym at 6:30.
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Eric Filardi
Nenana Relay at the WACKO Games 2018!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Chicken Chucking at the 2018 WACKO Games!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Dodgeball! WACKO Games 2018!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Athabasketball! WACKO Games 2018!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Ron Gherman
Seniors. What more can you say!
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Eric Filardi
Hula Hoop-Palooza at WACKO Games 2018!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Ron Gherman
Time for hula-hoops.
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Ron Gherman
More WACO fun!!!
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Eric Filardi
Basketball Pong at WACKO Games 2018!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Cheer 'em on at the 2018 WACKO Games!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Basketball Pong at WACKO Games 2018!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Join the Dark Side... We have cookies! WACKO Games 2018!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Foley Artistry at Exhibitions of Learning!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Animal care at Exhibitions of Learning!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Practicing our ETT skills at Exhibitions of Learning!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Gamers unite at Exhibitions of Learning!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
The Phantom appears at Exhibitions of Learning!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Enjoying student-created videos at Exhibitions of Learning!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Saving lives at Exhibitions of Learning!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Exhibitions of Learning 2018!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Exhibitions of Learning 2018!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Exhibitions of Learning 2018!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Ron Gherman
Nenana School Teacher Named BP Teacher of Excellence for 2018 Nenana City Public School teacher Jens Jacobsen is a 2018 BP Teacher of Excellence. Jacobsen teaches math to grades 9 through 12 and is one of 29 winners from across Alaska recognized for their exceptional performance in the classroom, dedication to students and contribution to the state’s future. This year the program attracted more than 1,000 nominations from across Alaska. Now in its 23rd year, BP has recognized 750 teachers from across Alaska. Winning teachers receive a $500 gift card and a $500 matching grant to their school. “BP is honored to continue supporting this great program and celebrating teachers who represent the best of our state,” said BP Alaska Regional President Janet Weiss. “It’s part of BP’s ongoing commitment to the communities where we live and work and to the future of Alaska.” For the complete list of winners across the state visit: BPteachers.com.
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Eric Filardi
Rico Villalpando competing during boys' Eskimo Stick Pull! #NYO2018
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Slamming it at boys' Scissor Broad Jump, Tony Oktollik took 4th in state! #NYO2018
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Representing Nenana at #NYO2018
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Representing Nenana City Public School and the Nenana Student Living Center! #NYO2018
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Craig Hunter with his runners Tony and Al during Wrist Carry! #NYO2018
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Al Lane, Jr. taking 5th at state NYO for boys' One-Foot High Kick!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Ron Gherman
The Lathrop and West Valley SOS group (Signs Of Suicide) visited Friday, April 27. They gave personal testimonies and encouraged students to reach out and help others. They also taught Nenana students a dance routine. Everyone appreciated the message they delivered and aftetwards it was wonderful to watch the positive interactions between everyone.
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Eric Filardi
Tony Oktollik being interviewed at the 2018 NYO Games! #NYO2018
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Beth Norman
May's Afterschool Calendar
almost 3 years ago, Beth Norman
Meghan Nyquest
The birdhouses are complete! These guys were stoked to take their projects home. Shout out to Mr. Morris for all his help!
almost 3 years ago, Meghan Nyquest
Ron Gherman
Astronaut Dr Leroy Chiao spoke to our students today. He talked about to importance of education and following your dreams. Our students were awesome and loved his presentation. Afterwards Dr Chiao was available for pictures much to the delight of our students.
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Stephen Calkin
Nenana Student Council recently put on Prom and After Prom. Here's a sneak peak of the fun students had!
almost 3 years ago, Stephen Calkin
Beth Norman
And our "egg"cellent adventures continue...
almost 3 years ago, Beth Norman
Beth Norman
There will be lots of "awwws" uttered in class this afternoon. The button quail are hatching.
almost 3 years ago, Beth Norman
Jens Jacobsen
Community Wellness Event
almost 3 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Beth Norman
April's Afterschool Calendar
almost 3 years ago, Beth Norman
Meghan Nyquest
These kids love Woodshop Wednesday with Mr. Morris! Pretty soon they will have birdhouses to take home and enjoy for Spring!
almost 3 years ago, Meghan Nyquest
Jens Jacobsen
NCPS being recognized on Twitter by the Alaska Department of Education & Early Development as a distinguished PLTW school!!
almost 3 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Ron Gherman
Ms Norman’s science class had an egg drop competition. Many eggs survived the drop. Some did not. Great time was had by all.
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Ron Gherman
Avery has learned how to use a lathe in woodshop and made this rolling pin. Beautiful work.
almost 3 years ago, Ron Gherman
Eric Filardi
Dog Mushing Training with Jessie Holmes!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Dog Mushing Training with Jessie Holmes!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Dog Mushing Training with Jessie Holmes!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Eric Filardi
Dog Mushing Training with Jessie Holmes!
almost 3 years ago, Eric Filardi
Jens Jacobsen
Bingo for BOOKS!!!
almost 3 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
NCPS junior high students celebrating after being recognized as a distinguished PLTW school.
almost 3 years ago, Jens Jacobsen
Jens Jacobsen
NCPS announced today that it has been recognized as a Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Distinguished School for providing broad access to transformative learning opportunities for students through PLTW
about 3 years ago, Jens Jacobsen