Chugiak High has some serious musical talent. Six Mustangs earned first chair honors at the All State Music Festival on Nov. 17.
Dr. Jim Browder isn’t afraid to think big. The new Anchorage School District superintendent shared his lofty goals for the state’s largest district during an energetic address to the Chugiak-Eagle River Chamber of Commerce on Nov. 7 at Bear Mountain Grill in Eagle River. Among the most ambitious plans Dr. Browder shared was his goal to have the state offer high school students free “dual enrollment” in college course while they’re still in high school.
Eagle Academy Charter School second-graders know salmon inside out — literally.
Chugiak-Eagle River’s shelves have been restocked — and it’s all thanks to Gruening Middle School.
Barbara Nagengast is used to being the top administrator at Homestead Elementary. Now she’s at the top of her class in the state, too.
Eagle River Elementary Optional Education students aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty.
Mirror Lake Middle School’s Band, Orchestra and Jazz band, under the direction of Travis Harrington and Jean Lenoir, traveled to Boston in late April to participate in the WorldStrides Heritage Music Performance.
Chugiak Elementary School was recently honored by the Anchorage School District with a Gold Star award for customer service, according to a press release sent out by the district.
Students at Gruening Middle School might not be able to wipe out homelessness, but they have found a way to help soften the blow of hunger in Anchorage.