In her report last week, Nome Public Schools (NPS) Superintendent Jamie Burgess discussed the district’s decision to request an additional $90,000 from the City of Nome.
In the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services’ press briefing, held on Sept. 4th, public health professionals discussed concrete solutions to help children cope in such a difficult context.
After two weeks of distance learning, the BSSD is set to reopen its schools in a modified capacity today. Stebbins and Brevig Mission will not be reopening until September 21st.
Nome Public Schools announced this week that the district will be reopening schools to students on Monday, August 31st in the “GREEN” or “LOW” risk level.
Kusilvak Career Academy and Alaska Middle College School in Anchorage are both requiring students interested in attending to live on campus during the first semester, despite online-only learning.
All school days will be minimum days from August 25th to September 4th. The entire reopening plan outline, which was updated on the 11th, is listed on the Nome Public Schools’ website.