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Teaching importance of community applauded

...program, "March for Meals." Mr. Kiel, the government teacher at Kenai Central High School, needs to be applauded...our community. I would like a thank you to KCHS government teacher, Michelle Borland and her student, Lee Ann Magiera...
Carey: Retiring workers, infrastructure issues face city

...enterprise in the future. Looking at the city's future is a big part of Carey's life, who spends his days as a government teacher and wrestling coach at Skyview High School. He was born in Washington, but grew up in Soldotna and graduated from...
He?s looking over a record 111,060 four-leaf clovers

...fell upon volunteers in Kenai and Soldotna. ?It took a full year,? said Carey, a retired U.S. history and government teacher at Skyview High School. He said more than 300 high school students, young adults and senior citizens from Soldotna helped...
Lawmakers need to quit fiddling around

...principles. Mr. Keller is supposed to have an Alaska secondary teaching certificate. Does he not realize high school government teachers already teach this material? How about this one: an official state firearm. Arizona brought up this proposal...
Soldotna candidates consider economy, businesses, teen center top priorities

...fill Seat E's 3-year term. Incumbent Regina Daniels is running unopposed for Seat D. Dave Carey, retired government teacher, has previously served as a Soldotna council member, Soldotna mayor and Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor. Carey...
KCHS government student takes on big project, Roper applied for and won a $500 City of Kenai mini grant to help with her project. Justin Carr, KCHS government teacher and activities director, said each student is assigned to come up with a long lasting project that will not only...
Park work moves ahead: Soldotna Creek parking lot discussed

...Relocation Construction Project. The public may comment on these ordinances at the next city council meeting. A government teacher from Skyview High School, Linda Raemaeker, thanked the city for allowing students to sit on boards and committees...
New law recipe for failing schools

...principal of the "failing" facility will be pink-slipped. "It is tyrannical!" Bob Bird, Nikiski High School's government teacher, said in reference to the education legislation. "It's something that should be local control turned over to...


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