Cooper Landing, Hope, and Moose Pass Schools
December 3, 2020
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Whether your student is in the classroom or learning online, this is a great resource for extra help! Click the link below to learn more!
State Library Electronic Doorway Offers Live Homework Help Mon-Fri 8am-2am, Sat & Sun Noon-2am
Sources of Strength
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I saw a student recently at Safeway. He had moved away a few years ago but told me he always wanted to move back to Seward. He would come to see me at the nurse’s office and we’d talk usually for a very long time. He had problems at home and at school. The young man standing before me now has a job and feels like he is doing well. It is always affirming to know a student that has faced challenges at home and school can be resilient in his future. A blossoming thought occurred while I was talking to this young man and I knew then that it is the connection with students that I have missed most this school year. We all have definitely lost many things this year. Ultimately, it has brought to the forefront what is truly important in my work and that is the connections I have made with students and staff.
COOPER LANDING SCHOOL
During the week of December 7, grades 3-5 will be participating in a weeklong virtual program about Planetary Exploration. This program reinforces STEM concepts and is presented by the Challenger Learning Center of Alaska.
Denali Park Dinosaurs
On December 9, students in Grades K-2 will be participating in Denali Distance Learning's presentation of Denali Park Dinosaurs. During this Distance Learning program, students travel back in time with a ranger to learn about how the predator-prey interactions of Denali’s dinosaurs mirror those of wild animals in Denali today.
A virtual Christmas Play is in the works. Please stay tuned for more information.
Please make sure your child brings a filled water bottle to school each day and brings it home at the end of the day. We are happy to refill it during the day if needed. We appreciate it!
Please visit our website at https://kpbsd.org/schools/cooper-landing/. There is a lot of useful information including links to the Cooper Landing Gem, minutes of PAC meetings, etc.
December 18: No School (In-service Day) & End of Quarter/Semester
December 21 - January 3: Winter Break
December 4 - Noon deadline for lunch orders
December 7 - k-5 class begins cross country skiing
December 8 - PTO Meeting, 3:45pm
December 11 - Noon Deadline for lunch orders (last before winter break)
December 18 - Winter Break begins, no school/end of quarter
January 4 - School opens for 3rd quarter
A hearty thank you to everyone who filled out their volunteer paperwork!
A reminder to parents to send your kiddos to school with mittens, hat, boots, coat and snow pants now that winter has arrived! We go outside for recess in all types of weather, and will continue to do so until it becomes too cold.
School lunches must be ordered by noon on Friday for the following week. You must fill out one form per child and will need your child(ren)'s student ID number. School Lunch Order Form: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=ot7EdCqbD0Oa80hzQ1qrlyxwHXtEP9JNvt4nmYctNbhUNTlNNjBRQUJWQTVENTJWMFBKR1NWQUg4Vi4u
Having Fun on the Hope Sledding Hill During Recess
Moose Pass School Families
You can access Ms. Barron's and Mrs. Thomas's Zoom and Google Classrooms from the 'Access Online Learning' Tab on the webpage.
Moose Pass School December Dates to Know
December 7: Site Based Council Meeting in Ms. Barron's Zoom Room @ 3:45pm
December 7: School Board Meeting: Click on Button Bellow for more info on School Board Meetings
December 18: No School In-service Day/End of Semester
December 21-January 3: Winter Break
Everything that you need to know about how KPBSD is responding to Covid-19 in your community's school