Excellence and Equity for All

  • PEAKS Testing Week: APRIL 1-5

    Each student will have options to have study halls, tutoring, computer access, games, etc. during the mornings Tuesday-Thursday when they are not testing. This rotation enables our students time to get additional assistance, as well as participate in various activities. We will resume with normal SSP attendance, lunch, and the rotation schedule has been adjusted to ensure students do not miss any instructional time during the three days we test in the morning. The expectation is for all students to be in attendance.

     

    **BUSES RUN ON NORMAL SCHEDULE (April 1-5, 2019)

     

    Each grade level has a different schedule during PEAKS testing week, as follows:

    9th Grade:

    • Monday & Friday – normal schedule
    • Tuesday & Thursday -  Arrive at the regular time (7:45) to take PEAKS tests then follow the schedule
    • On Wednesday, -Arrive at the regular time, participate in provided activities, then follow the schedule

    10th Grade:

    • Monday & Friday – normal schedule
    • On Tuesday & Thursday, -Arrive at the regular time, participate in provided activities, then follow the schedule
    • Wednesday – Arrive at the regular time (7:45) to take PEAKS Science test then follow the schedule

    11th & 12th Grades:

    • Monday & Friday – normal schedule
    • On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, -Arrive at the regular time, participate in provided activities, then follow the schedule

     

    Activities available:

    AP study halls, Math tutoring, Interest Reading, Orchestra/Band practice, Choir/Ensemble practice, Metal Shop, Art Room, Jr Prom organization and prep, games, etc.

    Comments (-1)
  • PEAKS Schedule Table

    Comments (-1)

District News

Upcoming Events

  • There are no upcoming events to display.

View Calendar

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.

    Comments (-1)
  • 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.

    Comments (-1)
  • 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.

    Comments (-1)
CLOSE
CLOSE