Ketchikan Gateway Borough School District

Educating and empowering students to be leaders, critical thinkers, and problem solvers.

  • Exclamation Point No school on Monday, January 18, 2021 in observance of Martin Luther King Day!

     
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  • Sign up for Text Alerts

    Test Alerts Ketchikan Gateway Borough School District uses texting capabilities through SchoolMessenger, the same system that sends out the district’s automated phone calls and emails. This service is not intended to replace our existing means of communication- rather it will enhance them.

    The district will only use the service to provide information that is timely and relevant.

    In order to participate in the new service you must indicate your willingness to receive text messages to your phone. The process is simple and only takes a few seconds to complete.

    Simply text any one of the following words to the number 67587: subscribe, optin, yes

    You’ll know you were successful if you receive the following reply message:You are registered for SchoolMessenger notifications. Reply STOP to quit, HELP for help.

    *NOTE: In addition to performing the opt-in process above you’ll want to ensure that the district has your wireless number(s) in our student information database. If you haven’t already provided that information to your school, do so.

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  • COVID Medium Risk Level Plans for Each School

    November 4, 2020

    KGBSD Logo The Ketchikan EOC has raised our community's risk level to Level 3.  In response, our district schools have published their plans to move to Medium Risk Level.  Please click on the appropriate link below to view your school's plan.

Alaska Smart Start 2020

  • Get information about Alaska Smart Start 2020

    Alaska Dept of Education and Early Development Logo The Department of Education and Early Development (DEED), in partnership with the Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS), developed guidance to support planning and strategies for reopening schools. ‘Alaska Smart Start 2020’ framework for K-12 schools provides a tiered approach based on COVID-19 pandemic risk levels per community. School districts and communities will work together to develop clear, actionable steps that are necessary for teaching and learning to continue throughout the 2020-2021 school year. These health parameters provide a basis for plans that are specific, actionable, and broad enough to be adaptable.

    Alaska Smart Start 2020 is built upon the guidance and recommendations of health officials and collaborative conversations with education stakeholders; it is aligned to the reopening guidelines that have been provided by our state and federal leaders; and it is designed to help districts prioritize the health and safety of students and teachers as they deliver instruction for the 2020-2021 school year.

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