School briefs

  • Thursday, December 21, 2017 10:59am
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All schools:

Dec. 22 – Jan. 7 — Student Winter Break, no school

Homer High School:

Homer Flex:

Friday, Dec. 22 — No school. Staff inservice: Student interventions, Professional Learning Community on “Blended Learning in Action” and Restorative Justice

Homer Middle School:

Tuesday and Thursday there is math tutoring with Mr. Seaton at 8 a.m. in room 204.

Monday through Friday tutoring takes place from 8-8:55 a.m. in the Library

Fireweed Academy:

Big Fireweed:

Thursday, Dec. 21 — Swimming Field Trip

Both Schools:

Saturday, Dec. 23 — “The Polar Express” will be shown at noon along with student short films at the Homer Theatre. This is open to the public. The cost is three cans of dry packages of food, or a cash donation.

Monday, Jan. 8 — First day back to school

Monday, Jan. 15 — Martin Luther King Jr. Day – No school

Paul Banks Elementary:

Thursday, Dec. 21 — Student’s last day before Winter Break – wear your Holiday colors.

Friday, Dec. 22 — Staff Inservice/Workday – No school for students

Jan. 8 — First day back to school after Winter Break

West Homer Elementary:

Thursday, Dec. 21: Orca Olympics from 12:45–2:30 p.m. on the West Homer Elementary playground

Friday, Dec. 22: In Service – No School

McNeil Canyon Elementary:

After School Cross Country Skiing: The school hopes to start the skiing program on Mondays after Winter Break. The school needs parent helpers every Monday once the ski program starts. To help, contact Joanna at jgreene@kpbsd.org or call the office. There are currently have eight parent helpers so that means 40 students will be able to sign up for skiing. Permission slips should be returned to Laura in the office as soon as possible – first come, first served. The school needs a parent who can help with snack during skiing. This would be every Monday starting Jan. 8 and continuing until March 5 (weather dependent). Please contact Joanna at jgreene@kpbsd.org or call the school office if you can help with either of these things.

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