Taking a trigonometry exam on a spring afternoon might not sound like the most people’s idea of a fun time. Unless you’re David Stockhouse. The Chugiak High School junior won the state level of the Trig-Star math exam, administered at the school last April.
HOMER: Roan Hall, 16, of Chugiak, has become the first recipient of the AFS-Peter Larson Memorial Scholarship. Hall was awarded the $1,000 grant by Flo Larson and met with her at Finn’s Pizza on Monday. The funds will help support a year living and studying in Steinkjer, Norway, as an AFS exchange student.
Several new principal assignments for the 2014-15 school year were recently approved by the administration and Anchorage School Board. Chester Valley Elementary School – Adrianne Grenier, former assistant principal at Fairview and Sand Lake elementary schools.
Gretchen Wehmhoff announced her candidacy for House District last week at a campaign kick-off picnic at Mirror Lake Park. Wehmhoff is the sister-in-law of Representative Bill Stoltze, who is running for Senate, leaving his former house seat open.
A Chugiak High School history teacher was named the Alaska teacher representing the state in a national competition recognizing teaching excellence of the subject of history.
When Dillon Hacker cleaned out his locker at Eagle River High School the Tuesday before the then freshman prepared for final exams, he was already thinking about his sophomore year starting in August 2014.
Chugiak High School student Sijo Smith was selected as a 2014 U.S. Presidential Scholar. And the teacher chosen for U.S. Presidential Scholar Distinguished Teacher recognition by Smith is Chugiak High School choir teacher Ron Lange.
Attention! Stand up tall and straight, Chugiak-Eagle River, and give a proper salute. William “Top” Dill, the longtime naval sciences instructor at Chugiak High School, is retiring from the classroom after 22 years of teaching.
There were balloons. And confetti. A little bit of dancing, and a whole lot of laughter. And, of course, tears: Joyful, happy, proud, ecstatic tears. The Chugiak and Eagle River Class of 2014 graduations took place at the Sullivan Arena on a sunny Thursday.
Karson Forbush didn’t grow up thinking he wanted to be a cheerleader. Instead, he followed a more traditional path. He wrestled. He played football. He was just an ordinary high school guy. Until he wasn’t. What changed wasn’t so much his attitude as his window of opportunity.