2018-2019 Nanook News
September 13thHello Students, Staff, and Community Members,The Nanook News has been in production long before I came to Nome-Beltz. The goal of this newspaper is to give the students an opportunity to express their ideas, passions, and concerns for their local community and the outside world. Students in Yearbook/Journalism class keep up with current events and work to brainstorm ideas on possible story topics. Sometimes it is simply the urge to know who, what, when, where, or why that drives our story selections. Other times it is the suggestion of a friend, a teacher, or a parent that gets our ideas flowing. Ultimately, it is our goal is to deliver the Nanook News to the students, staff, and community with creativity, accuracy, and enthusiasm.Rebekah Albertson
Nome-Beltz High School
MIGRANT RECRUITING BEGINSThe Migrant Education Office at Nome Public Schools will begin contacting currently migrant eligible parents for their annual interviews beginning August 27th.If your child is not currently migrant eligible but you are interested in signing up for the program, please complete the migrant form in the registration packet (one per FAMILY please) and you will be contacted to schedule an interview.For more information about qualifications to become migrant eligible and/or programs/benefits offered for migrant students, please visit the Migrant Education page by clicking on "Departments" at the top of this page and choosing "Federal Programs".
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.
Nome students will discover and expand their talents, meet high expectations, and be prepared for a changing world.