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Community Partnership to Honor Anchorage's Class of 2015

The 90% by 2020 Community Partnership is launching an Anchorage-wide celebration to honor the class of 2015, inspire future grads, and reinforce the message to families and community members that graduation is an important milestone that we value as a community. To celebrate, the partnership is asking businesses, organizations, and individuals to create and post banners and posters congratulating the class of 2015 from May 1-20 – the three weeks when graduations are held in the Anchorage School District. Need graphics to grab-and-go? Check out the toolkit at The partnership also wants to create an online gallery of community support. Please share a picture with your sign on the partnership’s webpage and on your social media platforms and website with #2015ANCGRADS. Questions? Contact






School board

Gavel icon The Anchorage School Board is comprised of seven elected members who govern the district. Their meeting dates and activity calendar can be found on the school board page


Visiting our schools

Parents and community members are welcome at our schools. Please be prepared to sign in at the office and show identification. Staff may stop you in the halls as a safety precaution. This is not intended to offend or discourage your visit.


Feedback & Questions

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Alaska 211

211 Alaska‌Alaska 211 is a free, confidential and multilingual statewide health and human services information and referral system operated by United Way of Anchorage. Call 211 or visit to get help connecting with assistance for basic needs like housing, food and utilities.


Acronyms & Terms

Confused about acronyms or terms used in the Anchorage School District? Download our  Acronyms & Terms Dictionary, or browse the dictionary on our Parents page.


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