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District Information

  • Dr. Larry LeDoux
    Superintendent

    Beth Cole
    Assistant Superintendent 

    Office Hours
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Phone
    907-486-7550

JOIN OUR TEAM: KIBSD Now Hiring

    • Full-Time Special Education Teacher for Main Elementary School
    • Substitutes
    • Custodians
    • Occupational Therapists,
    • Physical Therapists, and more.

    For information on all job openings in the District go to KIBSD Frontline Employment or call 907-481-7551.

  • Kodiak Strong Poster Design Contest

    Kodiak Mayors' Youth Poster Design Contest Get creative and design a poster to encourage safe practices in response to the COVID - 19 pandemic. Use your art to show the community how you stay safe & Kodiak Strong! Cash prizes in each age group!

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District News & Announcements

  • Meal Service Pick-up During Class Time

    KIBSD Families: Our students’ welfare is our first priority. If your child has a required class meeting or online event that is scheduled at the same time as their pick-up time for the District’s free meal program, please have them first collect their meals and then log into their class. They will not be penalized for logging in late.

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  • Letter to KHS Students from Superintendent LeDoux

    We just wanted to welcome you back and let you know that everybody at the School District is thinking about you. The coronavirus has impacted all of our lives, creating this new and strange situation that seems to change daily.

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  • Letter to KMS Students from Superintendent LeDoux

    Welcome back. We hoped you enjoyed your time off. School is starting back up but, as you are well aware, it is going to look a little different now. The transition to online learning is not going to be easy or perfect, but with your help we will make it as smooth as possible.

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  • landscape banner Learn. Together. Kodiak. Insightful Articles by Malcolm Bennett

  • Learn. Together. Kodiak.

    Behind the Scenes, March 31, 2020. Today I would like to talk about the impact the coronavirus has had on education and what it takes to keep the learning process going during this global crisis. According to a recent article in Time Magazine, around 87% of all the world’s students, over 1.5 billion kids, are currently unable to attend classes. In Kodiak, some 2300 students are affected including kids in rural communities. So, what do you do when you have several months left in the school year but everyone has been ordered to stay home? Well, if the students can’t come to school then school has to come to the students. And that means a lot of preparation and legwork on the part of the school district. For the last two weeks KIBSD personnel have kept up an exhausting schedule working to get teachers and students and their parents prepared for the tricky transition to correspondence learning. The Central Office is ground zero for this effort and has literally been humming with activity.

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  • Learn. Together. Kodiak.

    Hi, my name is Malcolm Bennett. I am the author of a new ongoing blog post entitled Learn. Together. Kodiak. provided by the Kodiak Island Borough School District. The goal of this new post is to not only provide necessary updates from the school district but also to share stories of success and inspiration from our community, our state and around the world.

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