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Picnics and playgrounds for an alma mater

Picnics and playgrounds for an alma mater

When it came time for Ben Talotta to select his Eagle Scout project, the former Eagle Academy Charter School student thought of his elementary alma mater.
MAD, SCARY FUN (and Kermit and Miss Piggy, too)

MAD, SCARY FUN (and Kermit and Miss Piggy, too)

Monsters, action figures, princesses and pirates were out in full force at Fire Lake Elementary School’s Halloween Carnival on Oct. 24. The parking lot was packed and it was almost impossible to make it down the hallway without getting jabbed by someone’s elbow or hat or, in the case of one man’s costume choice, a very large nose.
Local students participate in German Camp

Local students participate in German Camp

Local students, along with nearly 60 Anchorage School District students, took part in the 42nd annual Lager Nordlicht (Camp Northern Lights) at Birchwood Camp in Chugiak, Nov. 7-8. The camp was started 42 years ago by the venerable Jo Sanders, longtime Bartlett German Teacher and now curriculum director of the Rilke Schule German Charter School.
Shaking it up

Shaking it up

When the next big shaker hits, there is a group of students at Eagle River Elementary School that are well prepared to handle it. As part of an after-school earthquake and disaster preparedness club, approximately 30 students grade three through six have learned much more than just the duck and cover routine. Their knowledge of what causes earthquakes, what to do protect yourself and others nearby during an earthquake and how to proceed after the ground stops shaking now somewhat rivals that of the experts at the U.S. Geological Survey.
Money for smarts, and more

Money for smarts, and more

Imagine getting money for passing tests, and not just a couple of dollars but a couple hundred of dollars. Sound far-fetched? Not to the Eagle River High School students who recently received chec
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Money for smarts, and more

Money for smarts, and more

Imagine getting money for passing tests, and not just a couple of dollars but a couple hundred of dollars. Sound far-fetched? Not to the Eagle River High School students who recently received chec
Fifty years of Mustang glory

Fifty years of Mustang glory

Remember high school? Pimples? Algebra? Detention? But wait! There were good things too: Dances, slipping notes in class (hence the detention) and flirting with your favorite squeeze.
May the best trig win

May the best trig win

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.
Chugiak student awarded first Peter Larson scholarship

Chugiak student awarded first Peter Larson scholarship

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.

New principal assignments for upcoming school year

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.
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