Excellence and Equity for All

  • Scheduling Your Conferences on Oct. 31st and do some Trick-or-Treating:

    Log into your Parent PowerSchool account.
    • Click on the small box with an arrow pointing up and to the right, located in the upper right-hand corner.
    • Click on the PowerPTC page link.
    • Click on Conference Schedule.
    • Select the date you would like to schedule your appointments on.
    • Select a starting time for your appointments.
    • If you would not like to attend conferences with certain courses, uncheck the box under the Schedule column.
    • Click Build Your Schedule Now!
    • Finally, click Print Schedule to create a hard copy of your parent-teacher conference schedule.
    • If you are scheduling for more than one student, you can switch the active student you are scheduled for by clicking on the Select a Student link from the left-hand menu.

    Parent-Teacher Conferences on Friday, Nov. 1st is Arena Style conferences on a Walk-In setup.

    First-come-first-served for meeting with teachers in the gymnasium.

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  • Vaccinations



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  • Click here for the student handbook, complete with new dress code!

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  • Patriot Daily Bulletins

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District News

  • Know Your Student's Alternate Bus Stops!

    Alternate bus stops are sometimes necessary due to inclement weather. Make sure you know the location of your child's alternate stop.

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  • Emergency Communications Test

    On Friday, September 27, the district will send test emergency messages via email, text message, and automated phone call. Make sure your contact information is up to date!

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  • School Community Engagement Sessions

    We are pleased to provide School Community Engagement Sessions for each school community to promote positive connections and belonging through understanding and awareness. These School Community Engagement Sessions will be hosted with the skilled support of national and local trainers from the National Coalition Building Institute.

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In the News

  • North Pole students beautify their school with an art project for all seasons

    The view on the way to math class at North Pole High School got a little brighter with colorful glass landscapes. Four lighted cases in the math wing stairwell show the four seasons in glass with layers of flowers, leaves, trees, insects, mountains and moose fused onto panels measuring two feet by four feet.

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  • First responders awarded for dedicated public service, putting lives at risk

    Members of the community were honored over the weekend for their dedicated public service in roles that can put their lives at risk. The 'No One Left behind Banquet' was a night to honor first responders and their families for their service, dedication and pivotal roles they provide to the Fairbanks North Star Borough communities. Sarah Price, with North Pole High Schools JR-ROTC, shared how the students in the program strive to exemplify the same leadership skills of those being recognized.

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  • Student service project honors first responders

    One of the recipients of the Outstanding First Responder Awards is a police officer who helped a young girl overcome a fear of police. The officer was nominated by the girl’s foster mother.

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