Announcements & Upcoming Events
Salcha school earns honor
FAIRBANKS — Salcha Elementary School added another honor to its roll of achievements this school year as it was named a National Title I Distinguished School by the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development.
Title I schools are those that receive federal funds to support their education programs because of their high proportion of students living in poverty. The National Title I Distinguished School award is a project of the National Title I Association. The awards are given to schools based on criteria determined by their state.
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2015-16 Budget: Community Information
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Information on the budget process and timeline
Revised 2014-2015 Testing Dates
In contrast to previous years, all students will attend school on testing days.
While the testing dates span six days, students will not participate in assessments each day during the testing window. The assessment dates depend upon the school's specific testing schedule.
Math Support for Parents and Students
District Names New Principal
Brannan assumes her new role with prior experience in the Salcha Elementary community. She taught kindergarten through second grade at the school and served as a district-wide response to instruction and intervention coordinator. Brannan also holds 11 years of experience training teachers and staff.
“Ms. Brannan’s broad educational experience and her existing relationships with students, parents, and staff will serve the community well during the upcoming school year,” said Superintendent Dr. Karen Gaborik.
“I look forward to supporting the many wonderful learning opportunities that define our school as well as the continued academic success set forth by our amazing staff,” said Brannan.
Salcha Bike Path Information
Salcha School would like to tell you about the meeting we had with the Fairbanks North Star Borough last month. The idea of a bike trail is something that can really happen. The big idea is to link the new Fairbanks to North Pole bike path with one that will run all the way to Harding Lake. It will take a long time and a concentrated effort on the part of our community, but the first step is the one we took on March 12.
Mayor Hopkins brought out Bernardo Hernandez, Director of the Borough Planning Department, Jae Hill, Deputy Director of the Borough Planning Department and Kellen Spillman, Department of Community Planning. In addition, Janice Golub a member of our Borough Assembly and liaison to the Trails Commission as well as Chairman of the Capital Projects joined us. The borough team was fully ready for us. They came with maps and ideas and were looking for feedback from the community. They were initially here to gauge whether or not there is interest in our community. We had a good turnout for the meeting and folks asked a lot of good questions.
Right now we are in the initial phase. Please take a look at the map linked here that asks for your feedback about where you would place a phase I piece of the project. A project this size will have to be done in segments. The Borough placed segments where they thought it would be sensible, but are not married to the segments at all. Those of us at the meeting had our own ideas about how we would segment the project. In my mind, the first phase should link Salcha so that our children can ride through their community and to school. We can expand from there. You’ll see that Loop Road is listed on the map. That’s actually Stringer Road. Take a look at the map, draw on it with your ideas and send it back with the questionnaire. We really need to show our support for this project. The borough team will be back on May 20th, from 6:00-8:00. Please send those surveys back as soon as possible, and drop off at the school or Salcha River Lodge.
This won’t happen quickly. It may take years. We’ll need to get our legislators interested, as well as our local assembly members. We are hoping to tap federal highway dollars and are told that this is a good possibility. There’s a bike trail to Chitina, one to Haines, one from Willow all the way to Anchorage. We think it’s our turn!
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Salcha School Report Card for 2013-2014 School Year
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Supply List for 2014-2015 School Year
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2014-2015 Parent Involvement Policy
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