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Chapman School 

April 15: Track meet at Kenai, 3 p.m.

May 3: Title-1 Pre-Kindergarten Screening.


Fireweed Academy (3-6)

April 15: Spaghetti feed 6th grade fundraiser, noon.

April 15: Gwendolin Chatfield, musician.

April 21: Starlab.

Homer Flex

April 15: Eligibility due.

April 15: Eligibility celebration, 1 p.m.

April 18-22, 25-29: Artist in the School.

Homer High School

April 14: Varsity Soccer vs. Nikiski at home, 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.

April 14: Pep Assembly during FOL, 2:30 p.m.

April 14:  Step Up Day for Homer Middle School.

April 15: Track at Pro Whit Meet in Dome, 3 p.m.

April 15: College fair, 10 a.m.

April 16: Track at Pro Whit Meet in Dome, 9 a.m.

April 16: Colors of Homer in the Commons, 6 p.m. 

April 18: Grade check.

Homer Middle School

April 14: Step Up Day at Homer High School.

April 15: Track Kenai Invitational at Kenai, 3 p.m.

April 19: Mass Choir at Homer High School. 

McNeil Canyon Elementary School

April 14: Community council meeting, 1 p.m. 

April 19: Child Find screenings.

Paul Banks Elementary School

April 4-29: Swim lessons: Every class has one week of swim lessons. 

April 4-28: PTA After School Programs start. Including: Little League Baseball, Outdoor Explorers, LEGO creators, Zumba and Cardboard Inventions. 

April 14: Title-1 Pre-Kindergarten Screening.


Alaska Farm Bureau announces the 2016 Bruce Willard Memorial Scholarship: Alaska Farm Bureau will award two (2) $2,000 scholarships to students pursuing an agricultural or natural resource field through college, trade school or vocational training. The program is available to students already enrolled in a college, trade school or in vocational training, as well as graduating high school seniors.  This is a one-time scholarship. To apply, complete an application form and submit no later than April 20. The form can be found at

More info: 907-252-5064 or

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