Schools

Two Homer teams will head to Battle of the Books state competition

Do you remember the last book you read? Do you remember every character and plot point? Are you prepared to answer any question about any detail of that book in under 30 seconds? That’s basically what students all over the district train to do during Battle of the Books, a national reading incentive program for grades three through 12.

New judges, attorneys admitted to elementary school Youth Court

Kenai Peninsula Youth Court welcomed four new attorneys and five judges to the West Homer/Fireweed School Youth Court program Monday, Jan. 22. District Court Judge Margaret Murphy adminstered the oath of office to the new attorneys, Hadley Glidden, Paige Haines, Jasmine Lurus and Rainey Sundheim. Kenai Superior Court Judge Charles Huguelet administered the oath of office to the new judges, Gillian Bremicker, Ben Dickson, Natalya Gallentine, Hazel Pearson and Nathaniel Theisen.

FOL classes learn about marine trades

Twenty Homer High School students attended six FOL, Focus On Learning, sessions sponsored by Homer Marine Trades, but these four received HMT sweatshirts for having completed all six sessions. The topics covered a variety of marine-related career subjects. From left: student Skyler Bond, Lucinda Martin Wells of Fargo Bank, student Grace Godfrey, Kate Mitchell of NOMAR, student Jonah Socha, FOL coordinator Reba Temple, and student Shyanne Sallee. (Photo provided. )

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Schools