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Alaska State Library Summer Reading Program
Using Literature to Boost your Child's Health and Resilience

National Geographic Family Coronavirus  Coverage

Resources for families

Keep your family informed and engaged during the coronavirus shutdowns with parenting articles, study tips, science experiments, homework resources, cute videos, and more.

Virtual Museum Tours

virtual tours of some of America's best national parks.

Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska

Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii

Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida

National Geographic Web Site

Keep kids’ brains active:Have children try this fun science experiment using just milk, food coloring, and dishwashing soap. Then check out other experiments, quizzes, animal facts, and homework tips from the Nat Geo Kids website.

The Compass: A Guide to Alaska’s Public Schools.

New Per-Pupil Expenditure Data Available to the Public

Testing Calendar

2019-2020 District Calendar

2019-2020 Registration Form

Alaska State Standards (Current)

Drug & Alcohol Addiction Rehab,

Treatment & Recovery Resources in Alaska

504 policy IASD

IASD Special Education Procedures (final)

Procedural Safeguards - Parent Rights


For IASD Parents

As a parent, remember YOU are the most important teacher your child has! Boost your student’s school involvement and performance by:

Reading with your child every day.

Building your child’s vocabulary through rich language experiences.

Being a good role model for your child, both academically and socially.

Practicing what your child has learned at school by engaging in everyday “real life” activities that utilize all skills acquired.

Helping your child “take charge” of his or her learning experiences by establishing/reinforcing consistent routines and expectations around school performance.

Remember, adequate vision and hearing skills are required for academic success! If your child fails to pass a vision or hearing screen, it is imperative that parents and caregivers follow up by taking their student in for a more comprehensive assessment with a vision or hearing specialist. If glasses and/or hearing aides are deemed necessary, it is essential that parents/caregivers provide these at school.

Important Forms and Notices

2019-2020 Student Registration Packet

Migrant Ed. COE Form

Food Service Wellness Policy 5040

IASD Indian Ed Grant Letter to Parents 

Power School Parent Portal

Student and Parent Handbook

Permission Form

IASD Parent Compact

Procedure for Complaints Section 1312 of the Board Policy Manual

Free and Reduced Lunch Application

Alaska Parents and Community

Alaska Procedural Safeguards

Responsible Technology Use Agreement for Grades K-6

Responsible Technology Use Agreement for Grades 7-12

CTE Report Card for the District

Home Room, the ED.gov Blog "Lower Cost Colleges"

CTE Report

Enclosure

Links to Useful Sites
Your Child's Credit Future
Excel Alaska Logo
Mission: Provide high school students with the necessary transitional skills and career exploration opportunities to be successful in today's ever-changing world.
Link to Excel Alaska

To view the new CTE report for the Iditarod Area School District:
Go to the EED CTE website at https://education.alaska.gov/cte.
In the blue box at the bottom of the page, click on "Carl Perkins IV Public Reports by District", then choose the school year, 2017-2018 and the Iditarod Area School District in the dropdown menu.

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