A friendly reminder that we will not have school on Thursday October 22 or Friday October 23, as staff will be engaged within their In-Service Training with a focus on Culturally Responsive Teaching.
To increase the amount of instructional time our students receive this year, we will be having school on October 8 and 9 instead of parent-teacher conferences on these days.
These changes are being made as a result of COVID-19 and its impact of school operations.
Please stay tuned for updates from the Elementary and Middle/High-Schools for how they plan to host the conversations and discussions with the changes.
The Dillingham Parent Advisory Committee is seeking letters of interest to fill a vacancy. Parents and guardians who have students at Dillingham City School District that qualify for Migrant Education or Indian Education are eligible to serve on DPAC. Letters of interest should be submitted to the Superintendent’s Office by October 16th. Please contact Robyn Chaney, Federal Programs Coordinator, at 842-6779 with any questions.
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2020-2021 Dillingham City School District Enrollment Now Open!
Dear Parents and Guardians,
We are pleased to notify you that the 2020-2021 enrollment portal is now open. In order to provide the utmost of safety for your student(s) this year, student(s) must enroll prior to entering the building so that we have parent/guardian contact information available, can build our transportation schedule in a manner that minimizes the passenger load on each bus as well as to develop schedules which reduce class sizes to the maximum extent possible. Please spread the word and note that the enrollment period will close at 11:59 P.M. on August 31st, 2020. If you would like support with enrollment, please contact Ani (Elementary School at 842-5642) or Rachel (Middle/High School at 842-5221) and they’ll happily help you along the way.
If you go to dlgsd.org/enroll there are more detailed instructions on how to enroll. If you are a returning student, re-enrollment will look very similar to last year. If you are a brand new student, please call the school to get the initial elements started, so online enrollment can then be completed.
We are excited to welcome students back for a great year!
Student enrollment will be LIVE on Monday, August 10, 2020. Keep tuned for more instructions about how to register.
If you are interested in being a candidate for the upcoming City Election, October 6, 2020, call the City Clerk’s office at City Hall. You can file for candidacy by appointment during regular work hours, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., call 842-5212.
Candidate filing begins August 11, 2020, and ends September 1, 2020
Seats open for candidacy are:
City Council Seat C, three year term School Board Seat B, three year term
City Council Seat D, three year term School Board Seat C, three year term
Be a registered qualified voter of the City of Dillingham;
Be a resident of the City for one year immediately prior to the election;
Must file a Declaration of Candidacy Form with the City Clerk’s Office.
A person may vote in city elections only if they are registered to vote in state elections at a residence address within the municipality at least thirty calendar days before the city election in which the person seeks to vote.
For more information contact the City Clerk’s office at 842-5212 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Governor’s Council on Disabilities and Special Education (GCDSE), through the initiative, planning, and guidance of its Rural Transitions Workgroup; and with the help of its DD Act partner, the UAA Center for Human Development (CHD) has published this Introduction and first two units of Rural and Traditional Alaska Transitions Curriculum. These first two units, “Set-Netting” and “Cold Water Safety,” were written by Rain Van Den Berg and Robyn Chaney, with funding by the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority and the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development. More units, by other authors and based in other regions are forthcoming.
The GCDSE thanks our amazing first authors, who have set a high bar for the rest of the curriculum; the Dillingham City School District, for giving the project its first home and providing our contractor with staff advisors and other community contributors; our agency contributors to the early work on this project, the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, the network of Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation offices, and the Alaska Council on the Arts.
Special thanks is given to the following people, whose contributions to the first two units of the Rural and Traditional Transitions Curriculum made it possible: Judy Samuelsen, William Chaney, Triston Chaney, Dillon Chaney, Kelly McBride, Joetta Wolff, and Teresa Bunsen, Nova Chaney, Graelin Chaney, and Superintendent Jason Johnson.
Traditional Alaskan Transition Skills Curriculum
If you have trouble accessing the information on this page because of a disability, please contact Janice Bullock (Human Resources Director) at email@example.com or 907-842-5223. To request a reasonable accommodation, please contact the state ADA Coordinator (907-375-7716) or utilize the TTY number 711 for Alaska Relay or 1-800-770-8973.