If you are interested in volunteering to help out with any of the upcoming Qavvik Pride rewards or any other activities at the school, please contact Principal Cole or your child’s teacher. Having a successful school is truly a product of everyone working together!
P = positive attitude
R = respect for yourself and others
I =interact appropriately in all areas
D = doing what you know is right
E = excellent work, try your hardest all the time
The student population of Kali School, which houses K3 through 12th grade, is indicative of the demographics of the village of Point Lay as a whole. The school maintains a student population between 90 and 100 students of largely Iñupiaq Eskimo heritage. The student teacher ratio at Kali School runs approximately 9:1 and the minor ratio of the entire village as compared to adults over 18 years of age is approximately 2:1. As represented by the schools mascot, the Wolverine (Qavvik), Kali School students have a fighting spirit and are active in numerous academic and athletic events.
Deadline is Friday, April 14, 2017. Poster theme: Choose Respect: Alaskans Pulling Together for Each Other.
Deadline April 30, 2017. The Ivalu Award amount is up to $15,000 per year, and will be awarded for four consecutive years. The award will cover tuition, fees, books, room and board, and shall be used for college or training expenses. One scholarship is awarded each year.
The Association of Alaska School Boards will award ten graduating seniors each with a $1,200 scholarship to apply toward their post-secondary education. The scholarship may be applied toward the student’s choice of a business, trade, or a college institution.
The ACT and SAT tests are vitally important for students considering educational opportunities beyond high school.
"Show Me The Money!" Discover what scholarship and financial aid opportunities are available here.
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