Life sciences instructor, Cody McCanna, looks on as students dissect a fish during a study of the fish of the local area.

 

 

 

A high school student teaching a reading lesson to a group of elementary students during a work study unit in a careers course.

Students demonstrate many forms of communication (e.g. reading, writing, and speaking in English, Yup’ik and other languages).

Students understand, accept and appreciate their own language and culture and the cultures of others.

Students demonstrate adaptability in living and working in diverse cultural environments.

Students learn and understand their rights and responsibilities and work together as members of a democratic society.

Students demonstrate honesty, respect, concern, and caring for themselves, their environment and others.

Students exhibit a positive attitude and self-initiative.

Students use a variety of ways to think and to reason when solving problems, and making thoughtful decisions.

Students demonstrate their awareness of their own strengths and skills and have self-confidence to take risks that will realize their potential as lifelong learners.

Students use technology for adapting to and initiating productive change.

Students demonstrate leisure, vocational and life skills.

Students demonstrate skills and attitudes that will enable them to achieve post high school education.