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In her words … | Pauline Mills, KPBSD secretary

Published on September 29, 2016 By Pegge

Celebrating Pauline Mills, KPBSD 30+ year secretary, 1984 – In her words… I started my first day of work on my birthday August 7, 1984, as a secretary for the Federal Programs, bilingual, small schools, and russian villages. Then the district added Migrant Education to our office that year with the SERCC office (Alaska’s Educational […]

KPBSD Annual Report #golden #iAmKPBSD #innovation

Published on August 26, 2016 By Pegge

 Thirty two pages of stories and photos offer a glimpse into our diverse district. You’ve got options if you missed the print version: flip through the online page turning version view in a PDF format online download it to your computer or device   Tip: When you see this icon, you can click it to […]

PE: a vision impaired bowman learns skills

Published on March 22, 2016 By Pegge

Unassumingly, everyday, KPBSD staff goes the extra mile for their students, and often we never hear about it. This #GoldenMoment took place before school started, one winter day in Soldotna, Alaska. Before school hours, Malikhi Hansen, a Soldotna High School vision impaired student, made a visit to Redoubt Elementary, a neighboring school. With Granger Nyboer, KPBSD […]