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Opportunity Checklist

KPEA has obtained a grant to help make sure our schools are serving every one of our students. We want to have meaningful policy proposals for KPBSD - to do that, we need to collect information from all stakeholders.

We are looking for info from:

  • Staff
  • Students
  • Parents
  • Community

This helps us advocate for the best schools we can have in our community. Be a part of the change our students need!

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A Letter Regarding Secretary II's
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Hello KPBSD Brother and Sisters,

Back to School Celebration at Soldotna Creek Park, August 30th, 2022 - 5pm to 7:30pm
Back to School Celebration! - Central Peninsula


Check out this event on Facebook!

Central Pen Back to School Celebration!


We're here to help! A Brief guide to KPBSD student nutrition forms & accounts
KPEA/KPESA Guide to Student Nutrition Forms

We have seen a flurry of posts on Facebook, and received emails from our own students' schools, saying that students might be denied access to lunch for two main reasons:

  1. the federal free lunch program we had last year has ended
  2. parents have not put money on their students' accounts and/or filled out free and reduced lunch paperwork

We want to make sure students eat too. To that end, we've put together this succinct guide to get your child set up if you haven't already.

2022 KPEA New Educator Welcome

Your colleagues need you!

August 5, 2022

Greetings, new colleagues!

Nathan Erfurth talking about Education Policy in a video
Education Funding in Alaska

Let's talk about education funding in Alaska. More importantly, let's talk about our schools the way they actually are rather than the way our detractors paint them to be. Sources are on the youtube page in the description.

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Alaskan Nets

At ASTE this year, educators were able to watch Alaskan Nets, a film about the importance of basketball and fishing to an Alaskan village and its youth. It's available for schools and teachers to show, and can even be used as a fundraiser to raise funds for athletic programs. Take a look!