Nome Public Schools

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  • ACSA Application

    Nome Public School's Anvil City Science Academy has one more opening for an incoming 5th grader for the 2017-2018 school year. The science academy is a public charter school and offers daily instruction in math, reading, language arts, science, social studies, and art, with technology integrated throughout the day. Parents interested in enrolling their child in a unique and innovative setting should submit an application by Monday, May 22nd, at 4:00 PM to be included in a lottery drawing.

    For inquires or to receive an application packet, email Lisa Leeper at lleeper@nomeschools.com or call 443-6207 and leave a message. You may also download a copy of the application here: ACSA Student Application Packet


     

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  • Nome Public Schools Parent Advisory Council Meeting

     

    If you are a parent or grandparent of an Alaska Native student attending Nome Public Schools, or if you are a parent of a migrant-eligible student, you are invited to attend an open meeting and presentation on Tuesday, May 30th at 6pm in the Nome Elementary School Library.  We also specifically invite representatives from the Nome Eskimo Community and King Island Native Community leadership, as well as Alaska Native or migrant students attending Nome Beltz High School (grades 9-11).  This is a mandatory meeting on the part of Nome Public Schools according to state and Federal law.

     

    The purpose of the meeting is to provide information for parents, students and community members on the district’s Indian Education (Title VI) and Johnson O’Malley grants, as well as the Migrant Education Program, and seeks recommendations and suggestions for the district to plan utilization of these funds for the 17-18 school year and beyond.  We will be actively seeking parents, high school students and NEC/KINC leadership to serve on the Parent Advisory Counci for the 17-18 school year, which will involve acting as liaisons with their respective communities to bring concerns and suggestions to the attention of NPS district leadership, and attending three meetings during the school year.

     

    If you have any questions, please email Jamie Burgess at jburgess@nomeschools.com or call at 907-443-6197.

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  • "When I am an Elder" KNOM PSAs

    A Skill to Teach

    An Elder Has Taught Me

    Community Values

    Inupiaq Values 

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  • Nome Public Schools, in active partnership with families and the community, educates and inspires students to become successful and responsible global citizens in an environment that represents our rich cultural diversities and local traditions.

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