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What educational options are available for my child this year?
In-Person/Blended- taught remotely until School Board approves a return to classrooms. If your child was enrolled last year, they are rolled over into this year unless you tell us otherwise.
eLearning- full time remote learning, register here! District wide teachers, not Nordale staff.
BEST- FNSBSD home school program - Enroll BEST
Other homeschool options outside FNSBSD school district.
What if my child needs a Chromebook or iPad for remote learning?
Nordale will provide each child a device who needs one if they are enrolled as an In-Person/Blended or an eLearning student. You will be required to sign a Device Checkout AUP before a device is issued.
Chromebooks for grades 2-6 and iPads for grades K-1 will be available to pick up from the school. (Please call in advance ext. 38522)
Enrollment for Nordale Elementary School grades k-6 is available online.
Click HERE to access online enrollment. If you
have any questions, please call the office @ 907-452-2696!
(Office hours are M-F 9:00 am - 4:00 pm)
Hello School District Family, At their September 15 regular meeting, the Board of Education passed a motion to begin in-person school for elementary and K-8 students on October 5, 2020. The Board also passed a motion to begin in-person school for middle schools on October 19, which is the start of the second quarter.
Hello School District Family, On Wednesday, September 2nd, the Board of Education voted to “provide in-school learning supports for students identified by Student Support Services and Special Education according to the phase-in plans developed by those departments.” Special Education Student Education teams are convening to review individual student education plans (IEP) and identify the extent to which individual students with disabilities may require more access to in-person learning opportunities than their peers. The nature or severity of disability for some of our special education students may make it uniquely difficult for them to fully benefit from these remote educational opportunities and address their overall learning and developmental needs.
School Board Moves to Teleconference Only