Homer area school announcements

Homer High School

Today — Candlelight, Carols and Desserts at 7 p.m. in the Mariner Theater.

Friday to Monday, Dec. 23 — Share the Spirit packing and distribution. Contact Chad Felice at cfelice@kpbsd.org for senior service project volunteer hours.

Tuesday, Jan. 7 — Students’ first day back.

Homer Flex School

Dec. 23–Jan. 3, 2020 — Winter Break

Jan. 6 — No School, teacher in-service

Homer Middle School

Dec. 23 –Jan. 3 — Vacation

Jan. 6 — No school. In-service and end of quarter

Jan. 7 — Intramural volleyball starts. Last day of intramurals is Jan. 24. Competitive play begins on Jan. 27. Wrestling and Nordic skiing also begin Jan. 7.

Fireweed Academy

Both schools

Friday, Dec. 20 — All school craft day at Little Fireweed

Saturday, Dec. 21 — Winter Break begins.

Jan. 6 — In-service day, no school.

Jan. 7 — First day of the third quarter

Paul Banks Elementary

Friday, Dec. 20 — Last day before Winter Break

West Homer Elementary

Friday, Dec. 20 — Night Before Christmas special guest in the library.

Dec. 21-Jan. 5 — Winter Break, no school

Jan. 6 — In-service day, no school

Jan. 7 – School back in session from 8 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

McNeil Canyon Elementary

Friday, Dec. 20 — Pajama Day. Wear your PJs and bring a stuffed animal. School-wide celebration from 1:15-2 p.m. in the gym. Students will get to eat gingerbread cookies they will make before that.

Dec. 23-Jan. 7 — Winter Break, no school

Forensics Team — Forensics will run for grades 4-6 on Tuesdays after school and during recess on Fridays, beginning Jan. 10. Permission slips are available at the office.

Chess Club — After school chess club for grades 2-6 will be held on Wednesdays on Jan 8, 22 and 29, Feb. 5 and 26, and March 4. The club will be held from 3-4:30 p.m.

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