Homer area school announcements

Homer area school announcements

Homer High School

Friday — Volleyball team competing in West SpikeFest in Anchorage. Swimmers competing at SoHi Pentathlon in Soldotna.

Saturday — Cross country borough championships at Tsalteshi Trails in Soldotna. Football game against Seward High School at 2 p.m. in Seward.

Monday, Sept. 23 — Grade check

Homer Flex School

Friday, Oct. 4 — End of first rotation

Wednesday, Oct. 16 — Early release

Friday, Oct. 18 — Inservice day

Homer Middle School

Cross-country running and soccer began Aug. 21.

Friday — Cross-country running Nikiski Invitational at 3 p.m. Soccer game against Skyview at 3 p.m. in Soldotna

Saturday — Soccer vs Seward at noon in Seward

Tuesday, Sept. 24 — First round of borough tournament TBA

Thursday, Sept 26 — 8th grade salmon project class visit. Pep rally from 12:45-1 p.m.

Fireweed Academy

Both schools

Oct. 16 — Early release at 1:50 p.m. for Little Fireweed and at 2:15 p.m. for Big Fireweed.

Oct. 18 — In-Service, no school. End of first quarter.

Little Fireweed

Today — Little Fireweed Open House

West Homer Elementary

Today — Soccer from 2:55-3:55 p.m.

Friday — School Picture Day

Paul Banks Elementary

PTA after school programs will continue thru Oct. 17:

Monday and Wednesday: Outdoor Explorers (Coastal Studies)

Monday and Wednesday: Preludes Violin for second graders

Tuesday and Thursday: Brandi’s Sport Hour

Wednesday: Zumba

Thursday: Chess

Today — Fall pictures – open to siblings and others from the community from 11:00-12:00

Tuesday, Sept. 24 — Wild Shores School Assembly

McNeil Canyon Elementary

Today — Talk and Look Like a Pirate Day

Thursday, Sept. 26 — Annual Beach Coast Walk Clean-Up

Friday, Sept. 27 — Family game night from 7-8:30 p.m. Bring snacks and board games to share.

Saturday, Oct. 5 — Garage Sale at the school. Contact the school to reserve a table. $15 for half table and $25 for full table

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