"What does it take to win an individual wrestling championship?" asked Dr. Paramo, to which CHS wrestler, Jordan Nero (speaking for the group) said, "Hard work and dedication." That became the mantra for the evening, celebrating over 150 students and staff. Read more...
Junior, Lucas Arthur, is one of two Alaska students named to represent the state in the United State Youth Senate Program. (Pictured front/left) Read more ...
Wasilla High and Colony High are live-streaming Regions III tournament today and tomorrow. Click more of the story for the links. Photo credit: Frontiersman.
All Mat-Su schools are closed today EXCEPT Glacier View. Alaska Middle College School COLLEGE classes are open unless closed by UAA. Due to icy road conditions making it uncertain that buses can travel safely, thank you for your cooperation. If you are traveling today, stay safe.
"Thank you" to Mat-Su families, employees, and all Americans who are dedicated to American freedom, liberty, and justice. If your child attends a non-traditional school, follow your school's calendar. Professional Development Day for staff.
If your child attends a non-traditional MSBSD school, please check your school's calendar. Some schools are holding P/T Conferences Friday, too.
Speaking to the business community, Erin Riehle, RN, MSN, founder of ProjectSEARCH Cincinnati, shared, "Students in the ProjectSEARCH program have the same destination, they take a different journey." A five-year partnership with the MSBSD and other agencies, including Mat-Su Regional Medical Center, the program promotes opportunities for people with disabilities and other barriers to employment. Read more...
MSBSD App makes information accessible via mobile devices for students, parents, staff, and community members--an updated, fresh new app for the District.
2:45-4:30 Staff available for conferences
4:30-5:00 Dinner break- teachers unavailable
5:00-6:45 Staff available for conferences
Friday, February 19th
8:00-11:30 Staff available for conferences
PHS is encouraging families to apply for free and reduced lunch. Not only could this be a benefit to individual students but it may also lead to increased funding for our school through the federal Title 1 program. Any additional funding we can receive will directly benefit all students at PHS. Please take a few minutes and apply by clicking the below link.
Paul Reid - Assistant Principal