What to do after school? Homer comes up with answers

In October 2016, parents took notice when the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District announced cutbacks due to declining dollars from the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development. Specifically, it meant a change in busing schedules beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, resulting in changing start and stop times for 10 southern peninsula schools.

Schools, organizations provide help with supplies

As the start of a new school year draws ever closer, parents and students alike have plenty of things to get ready for: sports, new classes and teachers, and new assignments. Part of being ready for school means equipping students with the supplies they’ll need to complete note taking, projects and assignments, both in the classroom and back at home.

Ice Cream Celebration honors HPL readers and makers

The Homer Public Library last Saturday honored readers and super readers at its annual Ice Cream Celebration and Young Maker’s Faire. About 150 people attended. Kids who read 600 or more minutes were invited to attend, although many young people read much more than that. Ulmer’s Drug & Hardware donated two backpacks filled with school supplies and Scarlett Uhlig and Konrad Overholt each won one in a raffle.

HMS students bake bread for learning, caring

On Thursday, May 4, 13 Homer Middle students traveled to Homer High to participate in the Bake for Good program. With the help of Lauren Seaton, the culinary arts teacher, and volunteer Sharon Roufa, students learned the science and techniques behind baking bread while making almost 200 rolls which were then delivered to the Homer Community Food Pantry.


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