SAT in Kenny Lake, scheduled for this Saturday, December 5th. Registered students, please arrive by 8:00am and bring your mask as you will need to wear it the entire time while testing. Be PREPARED, Be RESTED, and GOOD LUCK!! Any questions contact Mrs. Doty at Kenny Lake School.
SAVE THE DATE!! ~~ Tuesday, December 15th What: Glennallen Elementary School Christmas Program Where: Glennallen High School Auditorium Time: K-2nd graders at 6:00pm and 3rd - 5th graders 7:00pm Come and see our GES students shine and present their talents to you under the conducting of their exemplary teacher, Mrs. Misty Rude.
How can we better serve you? COME JOIN US AND LEARN ABOUT THE WONDERFUL SERVICES CRSD IS OFFERING THIS YEAR! On December 9, 2020 AT 5 PM, CRSD will be holding our first Programs Meeting to discuss the following programs: Title II-A, INDIAN EDUCATION, Title IV-A, TITLE I and MIGRANT EDUCATION. We are seeking input and would love to establish a brand new Parent Committee. Please join us at: https://zoom.us/j/95448706558 or call: 1-253-215-8782 and enter Meeting ID: 954 4870 6558. For more info, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents/Guardians/Students: We have the GREEN light from Superintendent Ashton for full day instruction for ALL students to attend in-school instruction starting, Monday, December 7th. We are very excited and looking forward to seeing all the "buzz" back in our school walls. See all you students on Monday morning and.....Be ready for a student challenge competition from Mrs. Delaquito!
We are happy to Announce: Based on the current numbers in our area that we are using from the State; We are now in the low-risk level for next week. (12/7 - 12/10) Each school building will be in session for the full day. Dec 11th is an in-service day.
PARENTS/STUDENTS: We have 10 more instructional days left prior to Winter Break. Treks start next week!! In-service Day on Friday, December 11th. Please call Glennallen High School at 822-5286, if you have any questions with regard to our schedule for the next couple of weeks, as we are happy to assist. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
NOV 24, 2020 Good Afternoon, The Copper River School District Schools will remain in the MEDIUM Risk-Level for the week following Thanksgiving Break. All High school students and Glennallen Middle School students will use the onsite A-day and B-day schedules. If you have any questions or comments please contact your students' school. Thank you for your patience and understanding during these times and I hope you all have a wonderful thanksgiving break and stay safe
Please contact Glennallen Middle/High School Front Office at 822-5286 for any questions with regard to the student assigned instructional school days. The students assigned to "A Day" will be in the school building on Monday and Tuesday, zoom classes the rest of the week. Additionally, "B Day" students will zoom Monday - Wednesday and will be in the school building on Thursday and Friday. Happy Thanksgiving from GMS/GHS Front Office to all families in the Copper Valley!!
Glennallen/Kenny Lake Volleyball Regionals Will be live streamed from Tri-Valley today. To watch it live, Click the link below https://www.crsd.us/page/hs-volleyball Or visit the Volleyball page on the crsd website.
Thanksgiving week is coming up. Short and sweet. The district will be in the medium-risk level for Thanksgiving week with a caveat. The Glennallen MS/HS and HS students at the other schools will be remote for the Thanksgiving week. Medium-risk level Schedule Schools: Glennallen Elementary Kenny Lake Elementary and Middle School Slana Elementary and Middle School High-Risk level Schedule Schools: Glennallen M.S./H.S. Kenny Lake H.S. Slana H.S. Upstream Learning, any H.S. students attending Glennallen H.S. classes
The Kenny Lake School ASB will meet on Monday, November 23 at 4:00 p.m. via zoom. Please call the school office to request the zoom link.
Our Governor sent out an emergency message that is urging all Alaskans to follow some basic recommendations to mitigate the transmission of COVID-19. “My job as governor is not to tell you how to live your life. My job is to ensure the security and safety of Alaska. I can’t do that without your help,” said Governor Dunleavy in his video address. “I’m asking you to reach deep for the next three weeks. If we can buy time for our critical workers – if we can keep our systems operational – we can avoid being forced to take further action. But if we cannot reduce the spread of this virus, we reduce our future options for how to proceed. No matter what you believe about the virus, the facts are the facts. Hospitalizations and sick healthcare workers are reaching untenable levels. We must act together now while we still have choices.” This is not a mandate from the Governor to close schools; it is simply a request to do our part to help slow the transmission of the virus. The Health Advisory Committee met and determined to continue at medium risk level next week based on current local cases. We will provide information about school risk-levels as swiftly as we are able for the weeks to come. There will be a Superintendent Zoom meeting on Fridays at noon to provide time for questions and concerns. Please join at Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/97959539865 Meeting ID: 979 5953 9865 One tap mobile +12532158782,,97959539865# US (Tacoma)
Glennallen MS Sports are cancelled until further notice. We apologize for any inconveniences and thank you for your patience.
Kenny Lake School would like to thank all the Veterans who have served.
These are some of the projects Glennallen students have worked on in the GHS woodshop during Treks. One of our students really elevated his imagination and built a guitar. There are other projects that are in progress and will look gorgeous when they are completed.
UPDATE! New Performance Dates: November 23* & 24 at 6:30 p.m. Glennallen HS Auditorium Also Shown Via Live Stream on the CRSD Website: www.crsd.us/page/crsd-theatre *on Monday, Nov. 23 The show will also be Aired Live on KCAM
In Marine Biology students are learning about the variety of marine life and how it is classified through taxonomy. As you work your way through the different phyla, organisms become more complex. Focusing on phylum Annelida, segmented worms, students observed the simple form and function of the internal and external anatomy of an earthworm. While there are no earthworms in the ocean there is a variety of bristle worms and tube worms with a varied form of body function. Students then moved to phylum Arthropoda and dissected a crayfish. This is the largest phylum which includes insects, spiders, and crustaceans. Students learned about the function of the exoskeleton and digestive glands and wondered why the stomach was in its head!
Reminder: Tomorrow November 10, 2020 our Glennallen ASB will be meeting at 4:30pm. Anyone interestd can use the following zoom link. https://www.google.com/url?q=https://zoom.us/j/95348369892&sa=D&source=calendar&ust=1605380434027000&usg=AOvVaw2t1IKdU9aEaQLXpQ8Nuf8f
The Copper River School District is now in the Medium-Risk Level for school attendance. For the medium risk level the numbers of community transmission has gone beyond 27 positive cases in our census area (This is part of the Valdez, Cordova, and Other area. Our count only include the "Other" in the consensus area). All high school students in the district go immediately into an A & B day rotation."A" day students attend on-site on Monday and Tuesday. No High School students attend on-site on Wednesday. Thursday and Friday the "B"-day students attend on-site school. When not attending on-site, High School students attend remotely including Wednesdays when both A & B day students attend remotely. Glennallen Middle School students are also on an A & B day rotation. Slana and Kenny Lake Middle School students are on-site. All elementary students during medium risk level. will continue to be on-site. All schools will have shorten days during the medium-risk level. School will be out at 2:10 pm Bus schedules have been revised to reflect the early release time.
After much discussion among the Glennallen faculty & staff, and looking at our Covid-19 numbers in our community, we are looking as healthy as a community can during these strenuous times. Glennallen Jr/Sr High School would like to extend the invitation for remote high school students wanting to come back to traditional learning before the conclusion of the 1st semester. If you are considering this opportunity please call the Glennallen Jr/Sr High School office before 11/18/2020. The objective is to have every student and family feeling comfortable with their learning situation and be given the best opportunities to achieve academic success.