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  • Ms. Wendy's Project for today is a snowman snow gauge.

     

    You will Need:

    * 3 Paper Plates (any size)

    * Markers or Sharpies

    * Ruler

    * Stapler, Glue, or Tape

    * Colored Paper or Crayons to decorate your snowman

    I started by stapling my plates, stacked up snowman style. I found staples worked best with my plates, but use what you have. I did a bit of pressing and gentle bending to get him to lay somewhat flat. 

    Draw on your face and add a hat or scarf if you'd life. Arms would be nice too. Just leave the body undecorated. 

    Take your ruler and mark 1" increments all the way up the body. Color each increment in with a dot to represent the buttons on the body of your snowman. I wrote numbers next to each dot make it easier to see how deep the snow is at a glance. Start with "1" at the bottom and number up the body towards the head.

    Put your snowman in a safe place out of the wind where he can enjoy the snowfall!

     

     

    SNOW MAN SNOW GAUGE

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  • From Your District Leadership

    We are in the fourth week of school closure. Last week we rolled out remote learning, and this week we are providing grading guidelines. It is my hope that the grading guidelines will relieve stress for educators, families and students. The guidelines clarify the district’s teaching and learning goals for second semester at the elementary, middle and high school levels, with an emphasis on feedback. The guidelines also address questions about how final quarter and semester grades will be determined.

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  • From Your District Leadership

    Friday marks the end of the non-student contact days mandated by Governor Dunleavy. School closures across Alaska are scheduled to continue through May 1. Beginning Monday we will launch remote learning for our district.

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  • ASAA Cancels 2020 Spring Events

    The Alaska School Activities Association is announcing cancellation of all 2020 spring events, championships, regular season contest and practices. This decision applies to the following to: All-State Art, Esports (Spring Season), Solo & Ensemble, Track & Field, Soccer, Baseball and Softball.

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  • School Closure Update

    Friday evening, Governor Dunleavy issued Mandate 8.1 that indicated, “Public and private schools are closed to students through May 1, 2020. Students will receive instruction through distance delivery methods. All after school activities will be suspended during this time.”

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  • From Your District Leadership

    It’s Friday of the first week of school closure. I can honestly say I’ve never experienced a week quite like this one, and I can only imagine that all of you are having a similar end-of-week exhale moment.

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