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March 14-18 : Spring break, no school.

Girassol Learning Center and Art Studio now taking students

Girassol offers early preschool, preschool, and after school programs for school age children. The center combines Montessori, Constructivism theory and Reggio Emilia teaching approaches in their programs and is licensed by the state of Alaska. Open year-round, even on school breaks.

Located at Christian Community Church, 3838 Bartlett St., Homer. 

Girassol is owned and administrated by Rosana Moyer. For more information or to sign up for the preschool, after-school programs or summer program, call 907-299-4733 or email rosanamoyerchildcare@gmail.com.

Scholarships

Students from Anchor Point, Nikolaevsk and south across Kachemak Bay, East End Road, and Connections are eligible to apply for these scholarships. Check the deadlines for the following. Applications are available at your local high school counselor’s office and at the American Legion Mile 2.5 East Road.

Department of Alaska – Richard D. Johnson Memorial, $1,000: For any high school senior who may not be able to get a scholarship and is ready to make a commitment to post-secondary education. Deadline is March 30.

Merrilyn Stock Memorial Scholarship, $500-$1,000: For continuing students (no matter what age) who are members of the Legion Family. Due last day of March 2016.

American Legion Auxiliary Unit 16 Scholarships, $500 award: High School Seniors (student GPA 2 to 3.5), Deadline is April 10.

American Legion Auxiliary Robert Turkington Memorial Scholarship “Make Hay While The Sun Shines” 

(1) $750 Scholarship for a high school senior student (GPA no higher than 3.5). Contact Darlene at 235-6789 or Post at 235-8864 for more information and/or applications.

Washington State University – President’s Honor Roll

John Basil Hannan is listed on the president’s honor roll for WSU’s fall 2015 semester.

The President’s Honor Roll recognizes students who stand above the rest with excellent academic performance. To be eligible for the honor roll, undergraduate students must be enrolled in a minimum of nine graded hours in a single term at WSU and earn a grade point average of 3.75 or earn a 3.50 cumulative GPA based on 15 cumulative hours of graded work.

 

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