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Things in Heaven and Earth

Things in Heaven and Earth

By Willis Ferenbaugh Principal, Little Diomede   Be patient, for the world is broad and wide. – Friar Lawrence to Romeo in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet   Two Diomede high school students traveled to Fairbanks for a few frigid winter days last week. On Sunday, January 27, the temperature dropped to fifty below [...]

Close-up Trip to Juneau

Close-up Trip to Juneau

By Calvin Aldrich Shaktoolik Teacher   January 28th through February 1st, Bering Strait School District sent five students and one chaperone to Close-up in Juneau. Participants included Lawrence Bradley & Makiyan Ivanoff from Unalakleet, Cheryl Nagaruk from Elim, Jessie Paniptchuck from Shaktoolik, Allyssa Strachan from Koyuk, [...]

Poetry Out Loud

Poetry Out Loud

By Theresa Davis   Poetry Out Loud is a competition held in fifty states and U.S. territories each year. The program teaches students about great poets through memorization, recitation, and competition. Many eager students work fervently and diligently to be a part of this illustrious competition, so they can represent their school [...]

Northwest Area Health Education Consortium

Northwest Area Health Education Consortium

Making Oobleck (science inquiry) in Elim. By Pamala Potter   "In -A- Box" Health Resources:   In the future, when you see health care workers in our villages, the Northwest Area Health Education Consortium (AHEC) may have inspired them. AHEC supplied our Head Start classes, through a partnership with NACTEC, with books [...]

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Battlebots in St. Michael

Battlebots in St. Michael

By Tim Burns   In a BattleBots event the competitors are remote-controlled armed and armored machines, designed to fight in a combat arena. If both combat robots are still operational at the end of the match the winner is determined by a point system based on damage, aggression, and strategy. Unalakleet and St. Michael have [...]

Gambell Art Students Learn about Tolerance

Gambell Art Students Learn about Tolerance

  By Deb Forkner Both middle and high school students recently completed an art activism project called “One Million Bones”.  For this project the students made over 100 bones from plaster.  The bones were then mailed to an artist who will be doing an “art installation” with a million bones (including ours) made by students [...]

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Martin Luther King Day Poetry in Gambell

By Mr. Eldridge, Gambell, 5th grade teacher In an effort to better understand the contributions made by African Americans to today's culture and society, the fifth graders at Gambell elementary school have been studying the biography of Martin Luther King as well as the events that unfolded in 1963 at Birmingham, Alabama where thousands of [...]

Unalakleet Veterans Lunch

Unalakleet Veterans Lunch

    By: Denise Thomas, Unalakleet School Monday, November 12, 2012 twenty-four of the fifty-six Unalakleet Veterans attended a Veteran’s Day lunch at the Unalakleet School.  The school cooks prepared ham, pork loin, baked potatoes, corn and hot rolls.  The FEA (Future Educators of Alaska) Club provided desserts for the [...]

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