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Daily Bulletin - Wednesday, April 10, 2024

Schedule for Today

Wednesday, April 10, 2024:
Advisory, Walk to Read, Period 5, Period 6, Period 1 and Period 2

Thursday, April 11, 2024:
Advisory, Walk to Read, Period 3, Period 4, Period 5 and Period 6

Upcoming Events:

Wednesday, April 10, 2024:
Boys’ Volleyball Practice 6:00-7:15am (Monday-Thursday)
Girls Who Code Club – Room 110 2:30-4:00pm
Girls’ Volleyball Practice 2:30-4:00pm (C Team, JV & Varsity)

Thursday, April 11, 2024:
Boys’ Volleyball Practice 6:00-7:15am (Monday-Thursday)
Fellowship of the Dice Club – Room 31 2:30-4:00pm
Girls on the Run Club 2:30-3:45pm
NO Math Homework Club Today!
NYO Practice 4:00-5:30pm (Tentative)
Weightlifting Club – Weight Room 2:30-3:30pm
Yearbook Club – Library 2:30-3:30pm
Volleyball Games:
Boys’ & Girls’ C Team – Ryan @ Eielson 2:45pm
JV & Varsity Girls’ – Eielson @ Ryan 2:45pm

Friday, April 12, 2024:
Spirit Friday! Wear your green, gold and/or black!
Japanese and Anime Club – Room 210 2:30-3:30pm
No Rainbow Club Today! (Field Trip at Lunch Instead)
Girls’ Volleyball Practice 2:30-4:00pm (C Team, JV & Varsity)

Next Week:

Question of the Day

Monday: Would you rather live in a giant house alone or in a regular-sized house with 100 roommates?

Tuesday: If you hired a famous artist to do a painting for you, what would you want painted??

Wednesday: What is something you gave up on? Would you try it again? What would you do differently?

Thursday: Would you rather meet your great-great-grandparents or your great-great-grandchild?

Friday: What do you admire most about your best friend?

Volleyball Information

Volleyball Information:

All 3 girls teams (JV, and C) will practice together every M/W/F from 2:30-4:00pm and boys will practice M-Th 6:00-7:15am.

Girls Varsity volleyball will practice after school on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 2:30-4:00pm, and on Tuesdays at 6:00am.

School Board Resolutions

The School Board recently unanimously approved:

Resolution 2024-15: designating March 2024 as Music in Our Schools Month throughout the district and community, and encourages students, parents, staff and community members to participate in music and the arts throughout the month and entire year.

Resolution 2024-16: proclaims March 8, 2024 as International Women's Day throughout the district and encourages staff to safely promote equality, increase parity, and work to break the glass ceiling that limits and hinders women and girls; and honor the day with activities and lessons so students and the community may learn and be inspired by the potential that can be gained through women's vision and leadership.

Resolution 2024-17: recognizes Traditional Chief's Week during the third week of March and encourages schools, students, staff, and community members to honor the historic contribution and legacy of Traditional Chiefs by studying their lives and leadership of the Indigenous People of Interior Alaska through interactive research, classroom lesson plans, guest speakers, displays, lectures, practical activities , and cultural celebrations throughout the year.

Resolution 2024-18, Recognizing the Month of the Military Child in April, throughout the district, and encourages staff, students, parents, community members, and district community, and military leader to observe the month with celebrations, lessons, guest speakers, and other activities that honor, support, and thank our military children and the family members who care for them.

Resolution 2024-19, Celebrating School Library Month in April, throughout the district, and encourages district administration, staff, students, parents and community members to observe the month with celebrations, lessons, and other activities that honor, support, and thank our library staff.

Reserve Your Yearbook Now!

It's time to order and reserve your yearbook!  You can order online at and use code 7272824. They are now $45.

Get yours at the best price possible - Order Now!

North for Science Summer Program

Students currently in 7th or 8th grade, are you interested in an expedition into the Brooks Range? North for Science is happening this summer, June 7-14, 2024.

Travel the Dalton Highway and camp within the central Brooks Range
Visit science study sites in the area
Investigate the uniqueness of the subarctic and arctic ecosystems alongside scientists and educational professionals

The application deadline is Saturday, April 13, 2024. There is no cost for participation, no prior camping experience necessary, but you need to have a high interest in science and be willing to work as a team member. For more information, pick up a flyer in the office or contact Carol Scott at 907-888-2121 or

Junior DA Program

The Fairbanks District Attorney's Office is sponsoring a Junior DA Program for 8th grade students who will be freshmen next year.

Attend Court Hearings and help with real criminal cases
Meet prosecutors, law enforcement officers and Judges
Make a difference in your community
Learn about the criminal justice system

This program is open to all incoming 9th-12th grade students, as well as recently graduated students. Flyers with more information are available in the front office. Applications are due by Friday, April 26, 2024.

Summer Job Opportunity With Youth for Habitat

Are you looking for a fun and exciting summer job? Are you curious about the Outdoors and Science? Do you want to learn about Salmon, wildlife and environmental research? Are you between the ages of 13-14? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then the 2024 Fairbanks Youth for Habitat program might be the place for you to spend some of your summer and earn a little money as well.

There is a $225 stipend for completing the program and you'll also have lots of fun and gain a better understanding and greater appreciation of the natural resources in our local area. Applications must be received by Friday, April 19, 2024. Stop by the office to pick up a flyer and application if you are interested.

New Bus Route

Durham now has some extra drivers! Because of this, they are able to split up some of the longer or crowded buses. One of these will be RTE 1. The students at the Chena Small Tracks and Palo Verde stops are moving to the new (reinstated technically) RTE 32. The students remaining on RTE 1 will have a later pickup time and an earlier drop-off now. The students moving to RTE 32 should have approximately the same stop times, but on a different bus.

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