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 Instructional Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 8:20 am - 4:15 pm
 
Wednesday Early Release:  8:20 am - 4:15 pm
Front Office Hours:
Monday through Friday:  8:20 am - 4:15 pm
 

Recent News

SAC Meeting Minutes
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SAC meeting minutes from October 3, 2019
Posted on 11/19/2019
SAC October 3, 2019 meeting was called to order at appx. 12:10pm......
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Principals’ communication
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Principals’ communication
Posted on 11/18/2019
Congratulations to Marcus and TK, who won first and second place at the ASTAC Swoosh Contest last Wednesday......
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Veterans Aggi.
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Honor Our Veterans at Kali School in Pt. Lay
Posted on 11/13/2019
Before the Eskimo Dance began Principal Claudia announced the Distinguished Volunteer, the Distinguished Teacher, the Distinguished Students and Disti...
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Quyanaq
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Thank you Kali School Staff for Volunteering.
Posted on 11/13/2019
Thank you to our coach Heather and her students for their participation in sports to represent Kali School and Pt Lay.......
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Kali Volleyball
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Home Games at Kali School Welcome
Posted on 11/12/2019
Good Evening Everyone, Some of you already know me because I have worked on the North Slope for a decade. This year I am the Interim Principal Claudia...
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Kali School Incentatives
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Kali School Attendance Incentives
Posted on 11/12/2019
At Kali School since the beginning of the year there has been a 99% and 100% club. For the 1st Quarter students who had 100% attendance were recognize...
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Rabies Prevention
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30 day Rabies Quarantine for Point Lay
Posted on 11/08/2019
30 day Rabies Quarantine for Point Lay effective immediately and extending to November 29, 2019. This is information that you should be aware of for y...
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Inupiaq media contest
Posted on 10/10/2019
In celebration of the Inupiaq Language, the Inupiaq History, Language and Culture (IHLC) has created an Inupiaq media contest called “Inupiatun.” Dead...
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Events

The Counselor Corner

NSBSD Graduation Requirements

Graduation requirements and tips to stay on track!

The Ilisaġvik College/NSBSD Dual Credit Program.

ATTENTION students! Earn high school AND college credits at the same time!

ACT & SAT Testing Information and Testing Resources

The ACT and SAT tests are vitally important for students considering educational opportunities beyond high school.

Scholarship Opportunities and Financial Aid Information

"Show Me The Money!" Discover what scholarship and financial aid opportunities are available here.

 

Colleges, Military, & Other Valuable Resources

Here are some more of my favorite websites you should explore!

Respond to Bullying

Things you should know, things you can do.

Suicide Awareness, Prevention, & Postvention Resources

Suicide is profoundly tragic, and preventable. This section contains valuable resources to help prevent suicide and support those impacted by suicide.

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POINT LAY WEATHER

Welcome to Kali School

Point Lay is a relatively new community located on the Western Arctic Coast of Alaska, approximately 300 miles southwest of Barrow, Alaska. Point Lay began as a small community of 2 or 3 families. Later in 1929 – 1930 several additional families moved to Point Lay from their southern neighboring community of Point Hope. Today Point Lay is comprised of community members from several different Arctic Alaska communities. Point Lay has been moved twice throughout the years, with the second move being a result of seasonal flooding at the mouth of the Kokolik River. In 1974 Point Lay was moved to its current location near the Air Force Distance Early Warning Station. Today the old village site of Point Lay is utilized as a summer camp. While Point Lay is active in the hunting of Bowhead whales, the community also depends heavily on harvesting the Beluga Whale and various other subsistence activities.

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.