Snippets 5-22-14

As predicted, the graduation ceremonies at Kenny Lake, Glennallen, and Slana Schools were spectacular. Families, friends, faculty, staff and students all celebrated together the graduates of 2014 with lots of smiles, handshakes, hugs, and photographs that you’ll see in this week’s Copper River Record.

Again this year several members of the CRSD team will be either moving into new roles or leaving the district for other opportunities. There will be parties, pictures, and pats-on-the-back as these folks transition into new jobs, locations, and positions in the district. Please check our website for pictures of the parties and tributes to these individuals.

Though the students and teachers will be enjoying vacation this summer, there will still be a lot happening in the district and community. To stay informed of summer board meetings and preparations for the 2014-2015 school year, please visit our web page. We’ll also be using our blogs, Facebook, Twitter, and email to keep you current on CRSD news.

Thanks to several local organizations, there will be great learning opportunities for students in the community. BLM, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, W.I.S.E. And local tribal councils will be conducting camps and other outdoor events. Please visit their websites for more information. The CRSD will also post announcements sent our way for these types of events on our Facebook page.

The work of the 2013-2014 school year was accomplished by cooperation between homes and schools. Thank you to all who have contributed time, effort and thought into making the CRSD a great place to learn.

Published by

Michael J.


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