Singing, dancing and putting returning students at ease. The staff at Aquarian Charter School made a full-fledged music video to welcome their kids back to in-person learning and ease concerns over the mitigation methods now in place due to the pandemic.
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.
Structure and consistency have been hallmarks of my classroom culture. My students thrive in an environment where expectations are made clear to them and the criteria for their success are known from the onset.
In an effort to circumvent supply chain issues the Anchorage School District, in partnership with the Anchorage Fire Department, is now producing their own disinfectant right here in the states largest city.
Teachers and parents concerned about contract negotiations between the Mat-Su Borough School District and the local teachers union filled the public testimony time at a regular board meeting Wednesday.
The Anchorage Public Library system provides a number of online programs, including tutoring, that may be useful with a number of students unable to attend class in person this fall due to the pandemic.
Channel 2 presents Back 2 School: COVID-19 Edition, an hour-long program looking at many of the difficult decisions parents and caregivers of school-age children are having to make as they return to a school year unlike any other in modern history.
Going back to school can be exciting, exhilarating, and expensive, and for those families transitioning from homelessness or other vulnerable situations, the experience becomes that much more stressful.
University of Alaska Anchorage is going through tough times just like most establishments right now, however, new resources and time at home is turning into opportunity for students according to University leaders.