Cooper Landing, Hope, and Moose Pass Schools
March 1, 2021
A Note from Nurse Yoly
Why are Alaskans getting vaccinated?
During a vaccine clinic, a nurse coworker asked why people wanted to get vaccinated and these are the reasons that they shared with her:
To stay healthy. To visit my mom and dad. For my husband. For my wife. For my kids. For the fishing season. For a normal tourist season. To stop this #!#* virus. This will help us return to normal when everyone who wants it gets it. So schools don’t need to close again. Because I have health problems and could get really sick if I get the COVID. Now honey, don’t you know? It’s the neighborly thing to do. Because it is safe. Think about all the scientist around the world who worked on this vaccine. To see a new grandbaby. For the economy. Because of the new variants. Well, I am old, but I sure would be happy to live longer and not die of that COVID.
Currently there are large groups of Alaskans that are eligible to receive the vaccine: school staff, essential workers > 49 yo, childcare workers, those who care for anyone who is an elder, most health care workers, those >49 with a high-risk medical condition and more.
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
Cooper Landing School
Alyeska has notified us that skiing is on for tomorrow, Tuesday, March 2nd. Please be sure your child arrives at school with all of the following:
- Cold sack lunch
- Extra snacks
- Water bottle
- Warm outdoor clothing for the day
- Extra neck gaiter
- Extra gloves
- Extra socks
- Winter hat
- Goggles (if you have them)
The Alaska Society for Technology in Education recently held their 20th Annual iDidaContest. ASTE recognizes the best photos, movies, documentaries, podcasts, music, books, apps and things through its annual digital media contest. Linnaea won for best public service announcement podcast in grades 9-12.
Spring Break is fast approaching. There will be no school March 8-12. In addition, March 5 is an in-service day, so there will be no school that day either.
The District has approved Picture Day!! Ours will be on Friday, March 19th at 9:00 am.
Order at: MyLifetouch.com
Picture Day ID: EVTQMDW29
Over the last 2-3 weeks, most of the inside of the school was painted. The painters did a fabulous job and we appreciate their attention to detail.
PEAK testing will be held the week of April 5-9.
The Performance Evaluation for Alaska’s Schools (PEAKS) are content area summative assessments designed to measure a student’s understanding of the skills and concepts outlined in the Alaska English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics Standards and the K-12 Science Standards for Alaska. Alaska’s standards are specific rigorous expectations for growth in students’ skills across grades.
The ELA and mathematics assessments are administered to students in grades 3-9. The science assessment is administered to students in grades 5, 8, and 10.
Please be sure your child is prepared by getting a good night’s sleep and eating a healthy breakfast.
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.
March 2 - Alyeska Ski Lessons
March 5 - Inservice Day, NO SCHOOL
March 8 - Spring Break, NO SCHOOL
March 9 - Spring Break, NO SCHOOL
March 10 - Spring Break, NO SCHOOL
March 11 - Spring Break, NO SCHOOL
March 12 - Spring Break, NO SCHOOL
March 12 - Noon Deadline for school lunch order
March 16 - Alyeska Ski Lessons
March 19 - Noon Deadline for school lunch order
March 19- Alyeska Ski Lessons
March 26 - Noon Deadline for school lunch order
April 2 - Good Friday, NO SCHOOL
April 2 - Noon Deadline for school lunch order
April 9 - Noon Deadline for school lunch order
April 16 - Noon Deadline for school lunch order
April 21 - Early Release, school ends 90 minutes early (2pm)
April 23 - Noon Deadline for school lunch order
April 30 - Noon Deadline for school lunch order
May 7 - Noon Deadline for school lunch order
May 14 - Noon Deadline for school lunch order
May 19 - Last day of school!
We will be having two make-up Ski Lessons at Alyeska hopefully at the end of the month (March). An email will be sent out when we get those dates solidified.
Don't forget there is no school on Friday, March 5th! Everyone have a good Spring Break!
A friendly reminder that all students out sick, regardless of whether they have been sent home from school, or you have opted to keep them home must follow district protocol for COVID19 quarantining. This means they must quarantine for 10 days AND not return until they have been symptom free for 24 hours OR they may get tested and return to school after a negative test result AND remaining symptom free for 24 hours. Students must be medication free to be considered symptom free.
More information is available on the district website: https://www.kpbsd.k12.ak.us/students_parents.aspx?id=41540 and from our school nurse: email@example.com
School Lunch Order Form: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=ot7EdCqbD0Oa80hzQ1qrlyxwHXtEP9JNvt4nmYctNbhUNzdRS1hOQkNXV0ZWOTkxQTJSMkZEVEdWRC4u - please choose the 100% remote option to receive lunches all 5 days.
Moose Pass School March Dates to Know
March 1 - Last day to support Moose Pass School T-shirt fundraiser
March 5 - No school: End of Quarter and In-Service
March 8-March 12 - No School Spring Break
March 15 - Site Based Council Meeting 3:45PM
March 17 - Early Release Day
March 25 - Picture Day 1PM
Today is the Last Day to Support the Moose Pass School Fundraiser
Once people saw the cool t-shirts and sweatshirts that the students designed, they were disappointed that they missed out!
We have brought the T-shirt/Sweatshirt fundraiser back until the end of February!
Click on the link below to support Moose Pass School, and feel free to spread the word by sharing the link on social media!