School will start at 10 a.m. today. Have your Husky report to their 10 a.m. class, and they will then follow their regular schedule. A breakfast snack will be served. The main entrance is closed and will remain locked for today. Use the North Side Entrance to enter and exit the school. Middle School will have closed campus for lunch today again, so they will not be leaving at lunchtime.
15 days ago, Reymundo Gomez
At this time we are not releasing students unless a parent is with them. . The school is open as a shelter due to the power outage in town. Families are welcome to come stay in the gym until power is restored in town. We are experiencing white out conditions so please be extremely careful when coming up to the school
16 days ago, Reymundo Gomez
When coming to pick up your child please use the North Doors as the wind is making it difficult to open the south/main doors. Thank you.
16 days ago, Reymundo Gomez
Good Morning, Huskies, We have some inclement weather moving in, so please call in a weather excuse if you need to. We are scheduled to run regular hours today but feel free to pick up your Scholars after 1:30 p.m. if you think that's best. We are monitoring the weather for tomorrow and will post any updates. Middle School will not have open lunch to leave campus today due to the weather! Stay Safe, Huskies, 4 more School Days left!
16 days ago, Reymundo Gomez
As we host we the Mangtak Eater's Basketball tournament this week we will have an early out this Thursday at 1:30 pm. There will not be Atuq this Thursday, we will have Atuq on Friday. LET'S GO!!!
29 days ago, Reymundo Gomez
This is a reminder that we will be having a Lockdown drill at the school tomorrow. The drill is scheduled to take place at 10:20 am.
30 days ago, Reymundo Gomez
We will conduct a lockdown drill on Wednesday, May 1, 2024, at approximately 10:15 AM at our school. Conducting lockdown drills is critical to ensuring our students and staff's safety and preparedness. In alignment with BSSD safety guidelines, lockdown drills are conducted at least twice a year, once each semester. These drills are essential in preparing our school community for potential emergency situations. We will involve local VPOs and VPSOs in our drill, as their participation provides invaluable expertise and realism to the exercise. During the drill, students and staff will practice the actions to take if an actual lockdown is necessary. The aim is to ensure everyone can quickly and safely find shelter in a secured classroom or evacuate if needed. Examples of situations that might initiate a lockdown include the presence of a dangerous animal within the school, an intruder, a violent individual, a report of a weapon, or an active assailant. We appreciate your support and understanding as we conduct this lockdown drill. Should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the school office. Thank you for your attention to this matter.
about 1 month ago, Reymundo Gomez
Regular start time to school today. The front entrance is snowed in, so use the north side doors. We understand that travel may be difficult, or you may need extra time to shovel out entryways and rides. Please call in a weather excuse if you are not able to make it to school. Stay safe Huskies!
about 2 months ago, Reymundo Gomez
Attention: Change of meeting time-We are still holding parent conferences this evening but will close at 7 p.m. to get everyone home early. If you are not able to pick up your Huskie's report card tonight, please come by the school tomorrow to get it.
about 2 months ago, Reymundo Gomez
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about 2 months ago, Bering Strait School District
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We will have a delayed start tomorrow. We will start school at 10:30 am. Scholars will report to their 10:30 am class and follow their regular schedule. A light breakfast snack will be provided, with lunch served at regular times. We understand that weather and road conditions are not good, so please call in a weather excuse in the morning if you keep your Huskie home. Stay safe, Huskies!
about 2 months ago, Reymundo Gomez
ATTENTION: We will release classes at 1 pm today. The weather has intensified making it harder for the little ones to walk home. We will still serve lunch to all of our Scholars. Please come by to pick up your Husky as you are able to. Stay safe Savoonga!
about 2 months ago, Reymundo Gomez
Delayed start to school today, Good Morning Huskies. We are doing a 10 start to school today. Please make your way up here as soon and as safely as possible. You will report to your 10 am class.
2 months ago, Reymundo Gomez
School is open, and we will hold regular school hours today. It is snowing and blowing snow so If you need to call in a weather excuse day, please do so. If you need extra time to make it up here, we will gladly accept you whenever you can make it. Stay safe Huskies!
2 months ago, Reymundo Gomez
Good Morning Huskies, School is open, and we will hold regular school hours today. There are some pretty big snow drifts around town leading up to the school so If you need to call in a weather excuse day, please do so. We will continue to use the usual south side entrance of the the school as the exterior light on the north side is not working. If you need extra time to make it up to school, we will gladly accept you whenever you can make it. Stay safe Huskies!
2 months ago, Reymundo Gomez
Reminder we have an early out today at 2 pm. If your child walks home, we highly encourage for an adult to come pick them up as the winds have increased since this morning.
2 months ago, Reymundo Gomez
We will have an Early Out at 2 pm tomorrow, Tuesday March 19. School Staff will be attending a virtual training with the district office.
2 months ago, Reymundo Gomez
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2 months ago, Reymundo Gomez
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No Open Gym Tonight Stay Safe and Get Healthy Huskies! (Wednesday. 3/6/24)
3 months ago, Reymundo Gomez
Hello Huskies, Friendly reminder that we are having an early out today at 1 pm to allow teachers and maintenance to disinfect classrooms and common areas. We will follow a regular schedule tomorrow.
3 months ago, Reymundo Gomez