Announcements & Upcoming Events
Holiday Benefit Show
JH G Bball Ryan @ Eielson
Parent Math Nights
- Monday, December 1, North Pole Elementary, 6-8 pm
- Monday, December 8, University Park Elementary, 6-8 pm
The same material will be presented at both events to accommodate schedules and geographic areas.
Inclement Weather & School Closure Practices
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JH G Bball NPM @ Eielson
HS StuCo Mtg
HS Basketball begins
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The valuable information provided in this form will assist principals in making fair and informed assessments on the performance of teachers and will contribute to the improvement of instruction in our district.
Questions? Contact the Technology & Information Systems Department at 452-2000 ext. 11212.
Eielson sinks its teeth into 'Dracula'
The group is bringing the classic horror novel “Dracula” to the stage tonight with a production invoking all the elements in the book: the brides, Jonathan Hawker, Mina and Lucy, and Dracula’s undying quest to find his lost love. It’s a performance the students have revelled in this season.
“It’s hard to get them interested in tragedy, but you can get them more interested in horror or mystery,” said teacher Angela Chiment, who’s in her 10th year leading the Eielson drama program. “We’ve been trying different blood recipes, and they’re definitely having fun with that.”
The spooky factor is something students have latched on to. For Kyle Davis, the sophomore who landed the coveted role of Dracula, it’s something he’s been practicing — learning the moves, style and manner of the count, even though he’s never seen the original 1931 film starring Bela Lugosi. The accent, though, is what he’s expanding on.Read full article
Eielson students use geography to survive 'zombie outbreak'
Saunders, clad fully in a mock hazmat suit and grasping a gas mask, told one class of about 15 students a zombie infestation had invaded the 49th state and the students had to use their knowledge of geography to survive.
Saunders is a student teacher at Eielson. She is studying to receive her master’s degree in education at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
While zombies aren’t a bullet point on the Alaska State Standards and (most likely) won’t be required knowledge for the new Alaska Measures of Progress tests, they do provide an engaging backdrop to other learning objectives.Read full article
Eielson students to learn about medical field
FAIRBANKS — Students from Eielson Junior and Senior High school will meet with staff of the 354th Medical Group on Eielson Air Force Base today.
Thirteen students from the career and technical education class will spend the day with the medical group, participating in a number of hands-on activities as a group and several break-out sessions in smaller groups.Read full article