• Supplemental Resources

    Supplemental Resources can provide extended learning for students.  Resources are organized by Career Pathway.

  • Agriculture & Natural Resources


    Architecture & Construction


    Arts, A/V & Communications


    Business Administration


    Education & Training


    Health Science


    Hospitality & Tourism

    • The Butter Book: A French Pastry School located in Chicago. They have a 60 day free trial.


    Information Technology

    • KhanAcademy – Learn to program in JavaScript, create and style websites with HTML and CSS, or delve into algorithms or cryptography.  Or play with their Hour of Code projects.   You can find it all here: https://www.khanacademy.org/computing
    • Codecademy – This is a great site to either get started with a Learn How to Code module, or dive deep into areas like Java, JavaScript, Swift, C#, C++ or Ruby.  They have wonderful interactive content that you can lose yourself in.  Give it a try at https://www.codecademy.com/
    • FreeCodeCamp – This site is a rich resource for budding programmers interested in responsive web design, programming in JavaScript, diving into Front End Libraries, getting their feet wet with Data Visualization and even a little cybersecurity with their information security and quality assurance course.  Check out the hours of coding fun at https://www.freecodecamp.org/
    • picoCTF – Want to play an intense coding game?  Try out Carnegie Mellon’s preeminent capture the flag (CTF) game.  While the computer security competition itself has ended, users 13 and older can try their hand at it year-round by going to https://picoctf.com/
    • Photopea - Advanced image editing. https://www.photopea.com/


    Law & Public Safety


    Manufacturing (Welding)


    Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)

    • #iamSTEMak Videos to highlight careers in Alaska that use science, technology, engineering & math
    • Algotithmic Doodle Art: Open the above link to learn about Algorithmic Doodle Art.  Complete doodle art by hand drawing on paper or any computer drawing app (many can be connected to your Google Drive, just like you connected Draw.io during the semester.) 
    • Microsoft MakeCode: Create a game in Arcade or build in Minecraft. 
    • SketchUp For Schools | Primary & Secondary Schools | Learn How to Create 3D Models