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...Karon Tollackson 17:11, 25. Sharon Isaak 17:11, 26. Sarah Leonard 17:11, 27. Tanya Almaraz 17:40, 28. Kelly King 17:40, 29. Sherri Davis 18:21, 30. Janet Jones 18:38, 31. Jessica Wilshusen 19:08, 32. Travis Baker 20...
Support for students in transition making a difference

...make a positive difference in the lives of our students. I wish you all the very best in the coming year. Sincerely, Kelly King, with Tim Vlasak, KPBSD Director of K-12 Schools/Federal Programs

Five years ago Kelly King, Homeless liaison, KPBSD Students in Transition wanted to increase awareness of what has been referred to as an invisible problem...
Number of homeless students in school district grows

...drastically. The figure has declined slightly since Atwater's report, said Students in Transition's Homeless Liaison Kelly King. Currently the number of eligible students is closer to 30 percent more than it was at this time last year, she said...
Breakfast and morning games lead students to SBA success

...teacher Sheilah-Margaret Pothast began the program after Kenai Peninsula Borough School District homeless liaison Kelly King spoke to the middle school staff about homeless students in the district. "It doesn't matter how much food you have...
Donation will help keep kids warm this winter

A very special thank you goes out to Beemun's in Soldotna for the generous donation of brand new supplies - including snow pants, coats, gloves and hats - to the KPBSD Students in Transition Program. Your gift will help many of our local students experiencing homelessness have a much warmer winter.
Support of Students in transition goes a long way

Each school year, the KPBSD Students in Transition (SIT) program works to identify children and youth experiencing homelessness and remove barriers to their education.
Vigil held for homeless youth, families members gathered to help raise awareness about the reality of homelessness on the central Kenai Peninsula. Kelly King, homeless liaison for the school district, said the outdoor vigil is the fourth annual event in the community. "In...
Donations help support most vulnerable of students

As coordinator of the KPBSD Students in Transition Program, I am always appreciative of individuals, agencies, and businesses in our community that raise awareness and help support local student homelessness.
Community's compassion helps meet needs

...your actions are what make me proud to call the Peninsula "home." I wish you all the very best in the coming year. Kelly King With Tim Vlasak, KPBSD Director of K-12 Schools/Federal Programs


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