The Nanauyaat Welcome You to the 2018-2019 School Year
It is an exciting year at Nome Elementary and we are fortunate to start off the new school year with Nome's own Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson at the helm assisted by Elizabeth Dillman. Combined we boast thirty-eight years experience in education and are passionate about educating the students of NES. With the solid literacy curriculum, Journey's, and math curriculum, My Math, in place we expect the students to thrive. Additionally, we are pleased to have two Title I Reading Specialists with one paraprofessional further supporting students in literacy. NES also offers several special classes including Cultural Studies, Physical Education, and Music. These specials along with high-quality classroom instruction using Cooperative Learning Structures from Kagan to reinforce Social Emotional Learning and technology helps to develop responsible global citizens. Teachers lead field trips berry picking, climbing Anvil Mountain, visiting Kegoayah Kozga Public Library, Carrie M. McLain Memorial Museum, the beach, and much more.
The current Nome Elementary school first opened its doors in 1988 after moving from Old St. Joes Park. We are so proud to have this amazing facility and welcome the community to visit and volunteer with us and share in the joy of seeing Nome youth grow and learn.