Student Support Services
Alaska Native Education (ANE)
The ANE Program provides services to help Alaskan Native, American Indian and Hawaiian or Pacific Island students with tutoring in Math, Reading, and Writing. Our ANE tutor is available to work with students one-on-one in class to assist students in meeting academic goals. The ANE program also offers the opportunity to participate in exciting cultural extra-curricular activities. For more information, contact Kellie O'Brien at 456-7794 X 17144 or email email@example.com
Intervention Prevention Specialist
Our Intervention Prevention Counselor assists students in achieving academic and social success by promoting healthy development, reducing barriers to learning and building upon individual strengths. As a part of Safe and Drug Free Schools, this program provides prevention, identification, intervention, and support services. See the Drug Free Schools link here: http://www.drugfree.org/
For more information, contact Todd Schlumbohm, @ firstname.lastname@example.org 456-7794 X 17524.
L.A.B. After School Program
The L.A.B.—Lathrop After the Bell— program is a free academic after-school program focused on homework help and tutoring in the core subject areas. Academic Labs are offered by Lathrop teachers Monday—Thursday afternoons in Math, English and Science. Computer labs are available as well as outside credit support options. For more information, email or call Courtney Havrilek at 907-456-7794 ext.17675 or email@example.com
Need a place after school to read, do your homework, use a computer, work on a project with other students, get assistance in finding information sources, work with a tutor, or participate in a book discussion group? The library has all this and more! Additional information here:https://www.k12northstar.org//site/Default.aspx?PageID=270
College and Career Center
Lathrop’s College and Career Center offers opportunities to explore exciting post-secondary options. Our staff is available to help with career exploration, college searches, college applications, scholarships, and beginning a job search. Students can receive assistance with college applications, resumes, and job searches. For more information, contact Honey Alexander @ 456-7794 ext. 17532.
Lathrop’s Guidance and Counseling Center offers a variety of services for students. Our counseling staff are here to help with class selection, registration, goal setting, college/ career choices and preparation, and social support. Our Guidance and Counseling Center is a great resource for both students and families. Our counseling staff can provide referrals to community resources as well as all of the support services within the building. For more information, contact 456-7794 X 17503.
Welcome to the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District!
Fairbanks North Star Borough School District (FNSBSD) is a military-friendly school district. We want to help make your transition in our schools as smooth as possible and provide you up-to-date information while you are here!
With more than 12,450 students and 34 schools in the district, we educate over 3,800 military-connected students, which is 31% of the total student population (current information as of 09-21-21).
The school district has Anderson Elementary (Eielson AFB: K-2nd grades), Arctic Light Elementary (Fort Wainwright: K-8th grades), Crawford Elementary (Eielson AFB: 3rd-6th grades) and Ben Eielson Jr/Sr High School (Eielson AFB: 7th-12th grades), that are located on base and post.
The school district manages three Department of Defense Education Activity (DODEA) grants:
The school district supports the Child and Youth Behavioral Military & Family Counseling program, funded by the Department of Defense, where eight counselors serve six elementary schools, one junior/senior high school, two middle schools, and two high schools for students, families and staff. If you would like to make an appointment with the MFLAC here at Lathrop, please contact: Husch at 907-456-7794 x 17110.
We would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to our military families, especially our youngest heroes-your children, our students!