Athletics Director, Debbie Rohrer

  • Debbie Rohrer Athletics Director I was hired in 2015 as the Activities Director for KIBSD.  I was born and raised in Kodiak and I am alumni of KHS.  I played basketball and softball through out my 4 years of high school.  I went on to play softball in college.  In January of 2001, I came back to Kodiak to help coach basketball and softball at the high school.  I continued to coach softball for the high school for 8 years.

    In 2015, I got my dream job of being an Athletic Director.  I love sports and love kids, so this is the perfect job for me.  My goal as the Activities Director is to build a relationship with the students involved in not only sports but all the activities that we offer.  I have an open-door policy and encourage all students and parents to come to my office to talk.  I want students to feel comfortable talking to me whether it is about their future plans, everyday life, or how I can help them make good choices.  I want to see our students become successful in everything they do.

    I consider it an honor and a privilege to be a part of our community and your students’ life.

     

Contact Information

  • Debbie Rohrer
    722 Mill Bay Rd.
    Kodiak, AK 99615
    907-539-6796 (cell) 
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Activities Director's Blog

  • Senior Spotlight on Carly Glover

    Posted by Debbie Rohrer on 5/13/2020 8:00:00 AM

    Please enjoy this article on Carly Glover featured in the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Senior Spotlight.  

    Congratulations Carly!

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  • Kodiak Shakesbears

    Posted by Debbie Rohrer on 4/8/2020 12:00:00 PM

    Waking up this morning to a beautiful, frosty white April day is not what I was anticipating.  It is absolutely beautiful out with all of the white snow, but I am sure I am not the only one who is ready for winter to be over.  We have had more snow this winter than I can remember having in the last decade.  It is a beautiful day to get out, take a walk and enjoy the splendor of this island.

    I want to take time today to talk about our DDF (Drama, Debate, and Forensics) students.  Our Kodiak Shakesbears had another amazing year! This year the team, as a group, brought home first place at the Juneau state championship that was held in February.  They took first place in Drama and Forensics, and placed second in Debate. 

    The Shakesbears, coached by Jared Griffin, competed against 20 schools in Juneau, bringing 14 state-qualifying performers and speakers with 20 different performance pieces in nine separate events.  Twelve pieces and 12 students represented Kodiak in the finals in seven of those events, a ratio not accomplished by other schools.

    Kodiak had four students qualify for Nationals which were set to take place this June in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  What an accomplishment for these students!  Felix Lewis qualified in Humorous, Derek Rocheleau in Oratin, Acacia Birbilas in Dramatic, and Weitherleigh Griffin in Duo Interp.  Lewis, Rocheleau, and Griffin are all seniors this year and Birbilas is a Junior.  What an amazing achievement for these four students. I am saddened they won’t be able to show off their talents at Nationals but am proud of them all, and I look forward to what they accomplish as they become young adults.  Kodiak High School is lucky to have witnessed their talents. 

    Well done to all of the Kodiak Shakesbears, and a huge congratulations to the four who qualified for Nationals. 

    Kodiak Shakesbears drama team on stage holding their awards.

    A close-up of the three awards given to you the Kodiak Shakesbears Drama team

     

     

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