Excellence and Equity for All


  • 2015-16 Supply List
    Here is the Two Rivers 2015-16 School Supply list
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  • Students Rights, Responsibilities & Consequences Handbook 

    Parents - please log in to your PowerSchool guardian account and review the annual guardian acknowledgements including the technology use agreement and the Students Rights, 
    Responsibilities and Consequences Handbook.
    You can access PowerSchool at premier.k12northstar.org/public/home.html.
    If you need help logging in, please let us know. We can help!
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  • Free or Reduced Lunch?

    Does your child qualify for free or reduced lunch? If so, please remember to go online and fill out a new application for the 2014-15 school year. If applications are not renewed by October 2nd, students will be dropped.
    Please use this link to register for this year: Free & Reduced Meals
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  • School district looking into creating K-8 schools

    Fairbanks school district officials are advancing preliminary plans to potentially replace one or more middle schools with schools that would teach students in kindergarten through eighth grade.

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  • Kids learn to decode the laws of programming

    As daily activities shift ever more onto electronic platforms, people with knowledge of coding are becoming increasingly sought after. As coding becomes more prevalent in the job sector and more useful as a hobby, it is beginning to appear more and more frequently in school curriculum.

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  • Fairbanks teachers honored by Alaska Music Educators Association

    The Alaska Music Educators Association, has announced the recipients of its Music Educator of the Year and Music Advocate of the Year awards. There were a total of five Alaska awardees, and three are teachers in the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District. These awards are the highest honor bestowed by AMEA and recognize excellence in teaching, leadership and advocacy in music education.

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