September 2, 2020
Dear KPBSD staff and families,
“Thank you to everyone who is doing your part to keep schools open by practicing physical distancing, wearing a facemask when needed, and for frequent hand washing. You are making a difference. Let us not let our collective guard down! Have a safe holiday weekend!”– Superintendent John O’Brien
Tuesday, September 8, 2020, schools throughout the central peninsula* will open to welcome students to onsite, at school learning!
The COVID-19 risk levels have dropped in the central peninsula area, so after evaluating 14 day positive COVID-19 case counts, 7 day trends, consultation with the KPBSD COVID-19 Medical Risk Level Advisory Team and Public Health, everyone can plan for schools* to open!
Visit the new KPBSD COVID-19 risk level dashboard with daily updates.
*Central Peninsula Schools will open on Tuesday, September 8, 2020, to onsite at school learning. The 100% Remote Learning option also continues.
Central Kenai Peninsula includes Kasilof to Sterling, extending through Kenai, Nikiski, Soldotna, and DHSS “other north” communities
- Aurora Borealis Charter School
- Kaleidoscope Charter School
- K-Beach Elementary School
- Kenai Alternative School
- Kenai Central High School
- Kenai Middle School
- Mountain View Elementary School
- Nikiski Middle-High School
- Nikiski North Star Elementary School
- Redoubt Elementary School
- River City Academy
- Skyview Middle School
- Soldotna Elementary School
- Soldotna High School
- Soldotna Montessori Charter School
- Sterling Elementary School
- Other North: Tustumena Elementary School
Calendar change: the two Early Release days for students in September and October are cancelled.
Happy Labor Day!
Monday, September 7, 2020, is a holiday, and KPBSD schools and district offices are closed.
- COVID-19 and KPBSD or covid19.kpbsd.org
- Get-It and Go Meals for 100% Remote Learning students