This is second part of KNOM’s two-part series on the Community Engagement Initiative. The three-year Nome Public School project aims to increase student success by strengthening adult support of youth. About twenty Nome residents gathered in Nome Elementary School Commons last Thursday, February 7, to learn about the Community Engagement Initiative. Parents, teachers and school [...]
Archive | February 13, 2013
In Wednesday’s news: Nome School Board accepts Superintendant Mike Brawner’s resignation; U.S. Senate passes reauthorization of Violence Against Women Act; Bethel City Council finalized ordinance to impose tax on all tobacco products sold in the city; Nome Public Schools aims to increase student success by strengthening adult community support of youth.
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