Alaska Association of School Board’s School Climate and Connectedness Survey (SCCS)
Nome Public Schools is participating in the Alaska Association of School Board’s School Climate and Connectedness Survey (SCCS). Students and staff have taken this survey for several years now, and this is the second year we are surveying PARENTS as well! Please click the link below to take the survey for the school(s) your children are enrolled in.
The surveys are available starting today, Feb 13 and running through Feb 22
Nome Elementary School - NES Parent Survey
Nome-Beltz Junior High School - BELTZ JrHigh Parent Survey
Nome-Beltz High School - BELTZ SrHigh Parent Survey
Anvil City Science Academy - ACSA Parent Survey
Migrant Education Annual Survey
The Alaska Migrant Education Office is conducting its annual survey of parents of migrant-eligible children. The information from the survey helps determine the needs of migrant students on both a state-wide level, and also for students enrolled with NPS. Your input helps us determine what programs and/or services we should offer through our Migrant Education Program. If you are a parent of a migrant-eligible student in Nome Public Schools, we invite you to complete the survey by March 15th.
If you have any questions, please contact Jamie Burgess at 907-443-6197 or email@example.com
The Nome Board of Education Regular Meeting that was planned for February 12 has been rescheduled to Thursday February 14, 2019 at 5:30pm in the Nome Elementary School Library.
BoardBook is the online service that streamlines the preparation, distribution and publishing of agenda packets. Developed with the guidance and insight of hundreds of people like you, BoardBook is easy to implement and simple to use. This is what we will be using starting at the BOE Work Session on November 27, 2018.
You can use the link below to access the NPS Board of Education agenda for the upcoming session and you can always find the BoardBook link in the Board of Education section of our website.
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.