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KPBSD
Kenai Peninsula Borough School District--Where Kids Come First! 42 schools, 25K sq.miles, 8,600 learners, 1,200+ educators & support staff!
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KPBSD Nov 24
High COVID-19 community spread on Kenai Peninsula causes 34 schools to delay return to onsite-at-school learning option for most students
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KPBSD Nov 23
Start the 21 Day Thankful Invite 2020! Do you know that if every day, for 21 days, you briefly pause 3 times to identify someone or something that you are or for, you can rewire your brain for and ? More:
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KPBSD Nov 20
Dear Kenai Peninsula residents: kindly become involved in the Superintendent of Schools Search process - add your thoughts into the public input survey, open through 12-7-20. Thank you! Details:
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KPBSD Nov 18
Today we celebrate our dedicated Education Support Professionals! Thank you to all the hard working support staff that make everything we do in our classrooms and buildings possible. During this Pandemic your professionalism, work, and dedication is over the top!
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KPBSD Nov 16
The Board of Education opened the search for the next of Schools! Do you know someone who would be an excellent K-12 for our school district? Applications will be accepted through December 30, 2020. Details:
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KPBSD Nov 13
Exponential spread of COVID-19 on Kenai Peninsula causes 34 schools to go 100% Remote for all enrolled students
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Anne Zink Nov 12
COVID-19 rapidly spreading across Alaska is placing the state's emergency response and health care systems at urgent risk. Check on your neighbors, take care of your health, wear a mask, keep your distance and please heed our Governor's warning.
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Alaska DEED Nov 13
Reminder: Alaska's educators (over 15k active licenses) received an email survey about teacher retention and recruitment. 2,800 responses so far and we want to hear from you! Didn't receive your invitation? Email deed.commissioner@alaska.gov and let us know.
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Dan Carstens Nov 12
It's at NMHS! In the famous words of Walt Disney, "If you can dream it, you can do it!" If a T-Rex can dunk, imagine what you can do...Dream well and work to achieve it!
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KPBSD Nov 12
Join to celebrate school psychologists during Natl. School Psychology Week, Nov. 9-13, 2020! Watch for inspiring quotes from school psychologists, and if you are struggling or need to talk to someone, reach out. You are not alone.
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NYASP Nov 10
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KPBSD Nov 8
Reminder! two-hour weather related delay starts or school closures are announced by about 5:30 AM Details:
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KPBSD Nov 4
100% Remote Learning is extended for 34 schools through at least 11-13-20. The school board gave district administration a green light to work on plans to safely bring students back into schools during High COVID-19 Risk operational levels. More:
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KPBSD Nov 4
What is a source of strength for you? Is there something you are thankful for today? What is it - and think about it. KPBSD is thankful for this video students in Maryland created. A needed message and reminder:
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NAESP Oct 1
Congratulations to Eric Pederson of for being recognized as a 2020 ! Learn more about the NAESP National Distinguished Principals program—and Eric—at .
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Peninsula Clarion Oct 28
Seward students make linoleum prints to raise money for SeaLife Center 🐙 🌊🖌
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KPBSD Oct 28
Take a look at this!!!
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KPBSD Oct 23
Replying to @kpbsd
3/3 ... to wear face coverings in public spaces, not attend large indoor social gatherings, keep their social bubbles small, and practice proven pandemic safety precautions.” –Superintendent John O’Brien
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KPBSD Oct 23
Replying to @kpbsd
2/3 ...people’s choices about social gatherings outside of schools and the workplace. These choices are the main drivers of this widespread transmission we are seeing. In order for our students to be able to get back to in-person-onsite-at-school learning we need our communities
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KPBSD Oct 23
1/3 Message from Supt. O'Brien, + 4 more schools continue with 100% Remote Learning “We are in an acceleration phase now with COVID-19. The more interaction people have together, the higher the transmission rates will get. This current acceleration is the result of ...
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