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Kenai Peninsula Borough School District

All KPBSD schools will have winter break from Dec. 19 through Jan. 3. School will start again on Jan. 4. Happy holidays!

Chapman School

Dec. 14-18: Information Services Week. Chapman School would like to thank the KPBSD tech folks for all they do for us — every day!

Dec. 17: 5th-8th Grade Dance, 3:30-4:30 p.m.

Dec. 18: No school – in-service day.

Fireweed Academy (all grades)

Dec. 18: No school – in-service day.

Dec. 19: Craft and cookie decorating table at Procrastinators Faire, Homer High School.

Jan. 15: Link-up performance at Mariner Theatre, Homer High School. 


Big Fireweed Academy

Dec. 17: Gift exchange.

Little Fireweed Academy

Dec. 17: Habitats showcase and celebration, 1:30-2:30 p.m.

Homer Flex School

Dec. 17: End of semester — eligibility due.

Dec. 17: Attendance celebration.

Dec. 18: No school for students.

Homer High School

Dec. 17: Finals, periods 1, 3, and 5.

Dec. 17-19: Girls volleyball at Service Tip Off.

Dec. 17: Hockey at Kenai, 5:30 p.m.

Dec. 17-19: Boys basketball at SoHi Tip Off.

Dec. 18: Colors of Homer at K Bay Caffe, 6 p.m.

Dec. 18-19: Wrestling State Championships at Bartlett.

Dec. 18: Boys basketball C-team vs. Dimond, 3 p.m.

Dec. 26: Meet the Mariners Basketball Night in the gym, 5 p.m.

Homer Middle School

Dec. 18: No school – in-service day.

Jan. 4: Volleyball intramurals, wrestling, and Nordic Skiing start.

Kachemak Selo School

Dec. 18: End of the second quarter — minimum day.

McNeil Canyon Elementary School

Dec. 17: Pajama Day.

Dec. 17: School-wide celebration in the gym, 12:45-1:30 p.m. Students will eat the gingerbread cookies they’ll make that day.

Dec. 18: No school for students.

Jan. 15: “The Orchestra Rocks,” a concert with the Kenai Peninsula Orchestra at the Mariner Theatre, 7 p.m.

Nanwalek School

Dec. 30: Winter concert, 4 p.m.


Paul Banks Elementary School

Through Dec. 17: Food drive for Share the Spirit.

Dec. 18: End of second quarter – no school for students.


Port Graham School

Dec. 18: Winter concert, 6 p.m.

Voznesenka School

Dec. 18-19: State Wrestling Conference Tournament at Bartlett.

West Homer Elementary School

Dec. 1-17: Fundraiser to support the Bethel School, which caught fire on Nov. 3 – a Yupik language school was destroyed. The class that has the greatest participation rate will get to pie a mystery person.

Dec. 17: Annual Orca Olympics. Fun games for all!

School board seeking
District 9 representative

The Board of Education is looking for a new member after District 9 representative Sunni Hilts stepped down after more than 12 years of service.

The seat would serve some schools off East End Road and across Kachemak Bay in Nanwalek, Port Graham and Seldovia, according to the district.

Applicants must apply by Dec. 27, and be at least 18 years old, and qualified parties will be interviewed Monday, Jan. 11, 2016, and sworn in during that evening’s meeting.

Applications are available through the school district’s website or in the main school district office.

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