2020 Spirit of Tomorrow Awards Postponed
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread throughout the communities where we all live and work, we have consistently looked for ways to help protect the health and safety of our community.
In an effort to do our part, School Business Partnership has decided to postpone our Annual Spirit of Tomorrow Award Luncheon scheduled for April 22, 2020. We believe that is the right thing to do. In fact, I believe it is our duty—to do all we can to help keep one another safe in this unprecedented time. To view full details Click here
The Spirit of Tomorrow Awards were initiated in 1996 by the School Business Partnership (SBP) to recognize outstanding school-business partnerships within the Anchorage School District. At that time there were 190 partnerships. Today there are more than 400 thriving partnerships with new ones under development each day. This year's luncheon celebration will be postponed until spring of 2021.
Award nominations are taken each year from ASD principals, SBP coordinators, teachers and community members. The selection committee, made up of SBP Board Members use the following criteria to select award winners:
- History of partnership including dedication to the continued success of SBP
- Commitment & collaboration
- Benefits and overall student & community impact
- Outstanding integration of best practices
- Reciprocal benefits
Congratulations to Last Year's Award Winners!
Superintendent Award - Chugach Covenant Church and Muldoon Elementary School
Executive Director Award - ASD Information Technology Team
Educator Award - Julie Vincek, King Tech High School
Business Partnerships of Tomorrow
- Anchorage Mueseum and Denali Montessori School
- Benihana and Romig Middle School
- McDonald's and Family Partnership Charter School