We know that the pandemic has brought about great changes and challenges to our homes and school district. As we plan for the 2021-2022 school year, we look forward to returning to more of what we are accustomed. We also acknowledge the unique needs that must be met in this transition. To help us plan, The Pribilof School District is seeking input from stakeholders about what is working well and what challenges we are still facing as a district. We would appreciate your thoughts on strategies and practices that have worked for your family this year, as well as the needs and suggestions you have for the upcoming year. Please take a few moments to share your thoughts in this brief survey. It is asked with this survey that the answers given for suggestion be something that could realistically be accomplished. Thank-you for your input on helping improve our district’s responsiveness towards our student’s needs.

Board Policy Available Online

Report Card to the Public

Recently the Alaska Department of Education & Early Development (DEED) released the 2019-2020 Report Cards to the Public for each school district and school in Alaska. The closure of Alaska’s public school buildings in the Spring of 2020 has a substantial impact on the state’s accountability system and Alaska Report Cards for the 2019-2020 school year. Several sections on Alaska’s Report Card contain measures that use assessment data that will not be available or may be substantially limited this year.

To view a 2019-2020 school or district report card to the public, go to Once there, you will be able to select which school or district report card to the public you wish to view. This user-friendly website aims to provide families with clear, common information about all public schools and districts in our State. These report cards to the public contain data and information about academics, school environment, teacher quality, and more. If you are unable to access the report cards to the public online, please contact your school.

eRate 470 Questions and Answers

Carl Perkins Data Available

Link to Alaska CTE Report

Click on the "Carl Perkins IV Public Report Link

Choose your District and the school year in the drop down Menus

Click on "Get Report Values" and your district's CTE data will appear momentarily.

2020-2021 School Calendar as proposed.

August 13--------Registration

December 21 Christmas Break Begins

August 14 First Day of School

January 8 Last Day of Christmas Break

September 7-----Labor day---off

January 11 3rd Quarter Starts

September 14-17 Fall MAP Testing

February 11 Valentines Party

September 18---No School 1st Quarter PTC

February 12 No School 3rd Quarter PTC

October 16------End of first quarter

March 12 End of 3rd Quarter

October 19------Start of 2nd quarter

March 15, 16 No School----Spring Break

October 30------Halloween Party

March 17 Start of 4th Quarter

November 25----No School 2nd Quarter PTC

April 5-9 State PEAK Testing

November 26,27-----No School Thanksgiving Break

May 2 Easter

December 7-10 Winter MAP Testing

May 10-13 Spring MAP Testing

December 17-------Christmas Program

May 14 High School Graduation---- If there are any Seniors at this time.

December 18------End of 2nd quarter

May 19 Last Day of School

H----Holiday 1st Quarter-----44 days

I-----Teacher In-service 2nd Quarter----42 days

W---Teacher Work Day 3rd Quarter----44 days

O----School Opens 4th Quarter----46 days

W---PTC (Parent Teacher Conferences)


E----End of a quarter


C---School Closes