As spring break approaches Anchorage School District officials want to remind students, faculty, and staff of the COVID-19 testing requirements for anyone who's returning to school following a trip out of state.
In a school year when learning has become unpredictable, with kids zooming back and forth during remote classes, summer is likely to take on a different role this year— one of intense recovery.The Anchorage School District is in the process of creating a robust summer school program.
Alaska Native Cultural Charter School students remain stuck at home right now due to poor circulation in their school building. Faculty and staff are looking for suitable options for short-term solutions but so far they have been unsuccessful.
As some ASD students prepare for a return to the classroom we speak with Superintendent Deena Bishop about the challenges ahead and the hope that eventually all students will have the opportunity to follow suit this year.
ASD partnered with Gaggle over the summer to ensure that students are not accessing or exposed to inappropriate content or engaging in any destructive online behavior when using the District network or computers.