School Events

Kenai Peninsula

Borough school

District

May 20: Last day of school for most students.

June 1: School board meeting, Soldotna.

June 2: School board planning session, Soldotna.

Connections

May 20: Graduation, 4 p.m., Soldotna High School Auditorium.

Fireweed Academy (all grades)

May 20: End of year picnic at Kiki’s house.

Little Fireweed (grades K-2)

Today: Mizz Deb’s class performance at ‘On the Wing,’ 7:30 p.m. at Homer Theater.

May 15: School performance and potluck, 11 a.m.

May 15: Second grade promotion, 1 p.m. May 19: Tide pooling at Mud Bay.

Big Fireweed:

May 13-15: Third-fifth grades, spring field

trip to Kasitsna Bay.

May 14-19: Sixth grade field trip to McCarthy.

May 20: Sixth grade promotion at Kiki’s house.

Homer Flex School

May 19: Graduation, 5 p.m., Land’s End.

Homer High School

May 19: Graduation, 7 p.m., gym.

Kachemak Selo School

May 21-22: Vacation days. May 25: Holiday.

May 26: Graduation, 1 p.m., school.
May 29: Last day of school.

Nikolaevsk School

May 20: Graduation, 5 p.m., school.

Ninilchik School

May 18: Graduation, 7 p.m., school gym.

Razdolna School

May 21-22: Vacation days.

May 25: Holiday.

May 26: Graduation, 11 a.m., school.

May 29: Last day of school. Susan B. English School

May 20: Graduation, 4 p.m., school.

Voznesenka School

May 21-22: Vacation days. May 25: Holiday.

May 26: Graduation, 4 p.m., McNeil Canyon School.

May 29: Last day of school. West Homer Elementary

School

scholarshiPs

• The Kachemak Board of Realtors will award three $1,000 scholarships to one or more applicants this year. The committee is looking for graduating high school students

from the Homer-Anchor Point-Ninilchik areas with plans to pursue:

1. Career training in a vocational/ technical field; or

2. A 2-year or 4-year college degree.

The student’s application packet must include:

1. A short essay about yourself, including future goals and career plans, school activities, awards and achievements, employment, community service, interests

and hobbies.

2. Two letters of recommendation.

3. An official high school transcript, no minimum grade point average is required;

4. A personal interview may be required.

The criteria for granting the awards will be at
the discretion of the committee, but will include character, leadership, work ethic, entrepreneurial spirit and overall presentation.

The award may be used for tuition, books or fees.

Applications must be postmarked or hand delivered by May 15
to Kachemak Board of Realtors, P. O. Box 2660, Homer, AK 9960 or to Gina Pelaia at Bay Realty, 331 E. Pioneer Ave., Suite 101, Homer. The phone number is 235-6183.

The fax is 235-4031. 

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