Homeschooling How-To: Teaching with Food

With Thanksgiving fast approaching, we have an opportunity to utilize the season to show how food can play a fun role in education at home.

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Now What? Homeschooling How-To (part 1)

Once you’ve chosen a homeschooling route; picked, ordered, and received your curriculum, and even maybe done some lesson planning… now what?

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Alaska Military Youth Academy

I chose AMYA to prepare me for the future. I wanted to explore a future in the military, and learn leadership skills I would need to succeed.

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Homeschooling in Alaska

Homeschooling is an amazing option that the Alaska school system offers. But you may be wondering, “can I actually homeschool?”

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The Unfortunate Demise of Tom Thumb Montessori Schools

Tom Thumb Montessori School (TTMS) was the first Montessori School in Alaska. But by 2006 Tom Thumb was dead.

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Navigating educational options

Picking an educational path is takes a great deal of meticulous research. Use this article as a launching point into finding a school.

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Milken Educator Award Winner Speaks

It started out as an unusual school assembly at Eagle River High School on the morning of Feb. 1 as Alaska Commissioner of Education Michael Johnson, Anchorage School District’s Superintendent Deena Bishop, and CEO of the National Institute for Excellence Dr. Gary Stark arrived to speak. They knew a tightly held secret. Dr. Stark began his speech, but then shifted his focus by revealing that the purpose of the assembly was actually to announce the winner of the Milken Educator Award. The Milken Educator Award is a rare honor for select teachers across the U.S. Only one educator from Alaska received it this year. The award comes with a $25,000 prize and numerous professional development opportunities.

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Peer to Peer: Second chances coming from surprising places

A simple mission with profound implications for Anchorage youth. The Anchorage Youth Court (AYC) offers the ability for youth to receive training and gain a deeper understanding of our judicial system while helping their peers resolve legal problems.

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Eagle River Robotics Team Rank High at State Qualifier Tournament

Eagle River High School First Tech Challenge teams competed this weekend in a 20-team qualifier tournament at ERHS.

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Lady Wolves Host 2017 Pink Night

Eagle River High School’s (ERHS) volleyball teams donned pink like many teams on October 10th to raise awareness for breast cancer. However, the Lady Wolves decided to do something unique; they raised money from bake sales and at home games throughout October to give directly to someone in Eagle River fighting breast cancer. Since its inception in 2005, this program has raised money for members of Eagle River who are battling breast cancer. Recipients can use the money for any need they have, whether that be for offsetting medical costs, paying regular bills, or buying groceries.

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