The Kodiak Island Borough School District Board of Education membership consists of five community members, one Coast Guard appointed representative, and one student representative who volunteer their time to lead our district.
The focus of the Board of Education is to ensure that all students in the Kodiak Island Borough School District receive the best education possible. The Board also ensures that the District operates in a fiscally responsible manner.
We invite you to attend our regular Board meetings, which are generally held at 7 p.m. on the third Monday of each month in the District-wide Services Conference Room, #F140 unless otherwise noted on this page.
Public Meetings Notice
Monday, September 11, 2017 beginning at 6 p.m. in the District Services Conference Room, F140.
Board of Education Goals
Increase student achievement.
Maintain fiscal responsibility through careful budgeting, operational efficiencies, diligent maintenance and enhancement of funding sources and accounting transparency.
Recruit and retain quality educators, support instructional excellence through professional development, and encourage mentorship when practicable.
Provide opportunities for family and community involvement in district schools.
Sustain proactive, frequent and transparent, multi-media communications with constituent communities, educational staff and local, state and federal policy-makers.
Monitor and support facilities planning and maintenance to encourage the successful implementation of educational programs in spaces that provide a secure and healthy environment.
Promote understanding of education policy tenets, reforms, and requirements of the Every Student Succeeds Act.
How do Kodiak Island Borough School District faculty, staff and students view their school climate? How connected do these students feel to adults and peers in their school community? These are the questions that the Association of Alaska School Boards’ School Climate and Connectedness Survey (SCCS) seeks to answer each year.
The May 22 regular meeting of the Kodiak Island Borough School District Board of Education was one filled with bittersweet remembrances, laughter and a few tears.
Kodiak Island Borough school district students have a knack for turning trash into amazing artistic treasures. Remember Ophelia, the marine debris octopus? Kodiak High School students created the eight-armed art installation for the Seward SeaLife Center out of marine debris collected — mostly plastic objects — on Alaska’s beaches.