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ASAA 365

Looking for the most current information about High School Sports in Alaska? The Alaska School Activities Association, ASAA, just launched ASAA 365. This website provides the most up to date game schedules, scores and statistics.    

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Braves Robotics Team takes third out of 28 and qualifies for State

Last weekend in Juneau, the Metlakatla Braves Robotics Team took 3rd place in the Southeast Regionals, with  28 teams in competition.  With this result, the team qualified for the State Finals to take place in Anchorage in mid-January.    On Saturday, December 12, twenty-eight FIRST* LEGO League robotics teams met at Centennial Hall in Juneau to compete in the Southeast Regional Qualifying …

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MS Robotics Team Project – FIRST LEGO League

The Middle School Robotics Team has intensely prepared for their December event in Juneau: the FIRST LEGO League 2015. One aspect of the competition involves making a presentation to a panel of judges reflecting the competition theme, Trash Trek. Our 7th grade team decided to create a YouTube video for their project.  It teaches people how to fold up a plastic …

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6th Grade Genius Hour

   What is Genius Hour? Based on an idea implemented by Google’s Genius Hour, students were given one class period for a duration of two months to research, create and share something of their interest.  Google allows a portion of their workers to work on whatever they would like for 20% of the time as long as it is devoted …

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Talking about Careers

Students in K-12 learned about different jobs, and discussed what they might want to be when they grow up.  Older students used the internet to learn about the responsibilities and training of their chosen job.  Check out these videos and links for career exploration for elementary children.   Career Day by the Bazillions NED’s Career Day for Children – Tech/Gaming …

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A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue

A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue

In the book  “A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue”,  Josh dreams he is visited by the Tattle Prince, who teaches him the four rules of tattling: #1  Be a Ranger Danger  (will anyone be hurt if you don’t tell what you know?; #2 Be a problem solver; #3  Now or later?  (can this problem wait?) #4  M.Y.O.B.  (Mind Your Own …

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Art Club

  Get your hands dirty. Join the Art Club, the best remedy for boredom maladies and mental numbness.  Express yourself! Mondays  3-5pm at Room 111 Contact Miss Brittany Royal for details broyal@someemail.com You can click here to go to or  you can insert a button like this  to go to an external website, if you have one.       Images …

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ES STEM Club

STEM Club is an after-school STEM focused club for grades 2-5.   Students explore a mixture of Lego Robotics and Computer Programing.  Students will learn how to create their own computer games by learning the basic concepts of computer coding.  All club members will work together to build Lego robotics. Join us Mondays and Thursdays  2:30-3:15 pm in Mr. Richards’ room. Join us online now …

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Talking about Touching

Talking about touching

  Talking about Touching  is a curriculum we taught in conjunction with our local Wil la Mootk counseling center, to PreK through 2nd graders, to instruct them what to do if someone touches them inappropriately.  Students learned the Touching Rule, which is:  A bigger person should not touch your private body parts except to keep you clean and healthy.  Students learned the …

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