What’s happening 5-14-18

We are re-enrolling now! Please call your local Connections office for an appointment now to avoid the fall rush and to place orders for summer arrival:
Homer: 226-1880
Seward: 224-9092
Soldotna: 714-8880
Dates To Remember:
· 5/16 & 17 – AIMS Assessments with Mr. Parrett, Please call Julie at 224-9092 to schedule an appointment
· 05/17 – Homer Star Lab @ 9:30am: This amazing mobile Planetarium was donated by the Imaginarium and the Anchorage Museum and is set up in the West Homer Elementary Library. The WHE librarian will guide us as we look for constellations in the Star Field and listen to Greek and Inupiaq Myths about those constellations. For grades 3-6, please RSVP to dbynagle@kpbsd.org
· 05/18 – 2nd Semester Reports Due
· 05/18 – Soldotna Office: End of Year BBQ! Come join us at the Soldotna office from 1-3pm for hot dogs, activities and turn in your end of year reports!
· 05/21 – Seward Connections Homeschool Field Day/End of the Year Celebration! At Citizens Ball Field From 11am – 2pm. Please Contact Julie Lindquist at the Seward Connections Office (907) 224-9092 or email jlindquist@kpbsd.k12.ak.us if you have any questions
· 05/23 – Last day for Advisors to be in the office (call for summer appointemnts)
· 05/24 – Connections Graduation – Practice 2-3:30pm and Ceremony 4-6pm
Soldotna Office: End of Year BBQ! Check it out:
Please join us for our annual end of the year bbq on Friday, May 18th from 1-3pm at the Soldotna office. You can turn in your end of year semester reports and stay for lunch! We will have hotdogs, chips and drinks plus lots of fun activities: painting, scavenger hunts, spring planting and more! All Connections families and guests are welcome and we’d love to see you!
Summer Camp Opportunities for High School Students:
The South Central Alaska Area Health Education Center is hosting a Behavioral Health Career Pathways Camp from May 28th to June 1st, 2018. The camp is designed for high school students or 2018 graduates who are interested in exploring career pathways in the field of behavioral health. Students must be 16 years old on or before May 30, 2018. Careers include behavioral health aides, counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers and others. Students will get certified in Mental Health First Aid and learn about key topics in behavioral health including abuse, neglect, wellness strategies, addiction, grief, stress, therapeutic practices, and mental health. Cost is FREE and includes breakfast, lunch, and lodging funding assistance for those outside the Kenai area. The camp will be held at the Kenai River Campus. Register today at http://bit.ly/PATHCamps or call 907.212.6580 for more information and see the attached flyer.

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