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Welcome to

Eagle Community School's website!

 

We are an eco-friendly school located in Alaska's interior on the banks of the mighty Yukon River.

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About

Eagle Community School is the most rural site of the Alaska Gateway School District.  ECS is fully accredited and offers students individualized education to pursue their passions. 

Current Project

Students of ECS are involved with a citizen science project called Fresh Eyes On Ice.  Students collect ice and snow depth measurements from the Yukon River and Long Lake in Eagle Village.  They report their data to UAF and it is disseminated to NASA, the National Weather Service and other entities that track climate change. 

Location

PO Box 168

Eagle, AK  99738

 

907.547.2209 Classroom

907.547.2210  Office

907.547.2263  Kitchen

krobbins@agsd.us

zsanders@agsd.us

Get Involved

Parents, community members, and visitors are always welcome to lend a hand, teach a talent, or work with tutoring our students. We are always grateful for help! Please contact Kristy or Marlys to learn how to volunteer your time.  

Accreditation Update

ECS Earns Accreditation for five more years!

2021-2022 Features

*Fresh Eyes On Ice project

*4-H Community Service 

*Student Council

*Family Activity Events

*Online Learning Platform: BUZZ through Alaska Statewide Virtual School 

*Battle of the Books competition

Both Teachers Receive Master's Degrees from UAF
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Kristy Robbins received a M.Ed. in Special Education while Zach Sanders received his M.Ed. in K-12 Education. This two-teacher team works hard to inspire their students to new heights. Almost the entire student body attended their graduation in 2019.

A-Chill Project

Eagle Community School participated in the A-Chill project in the past four years.  This is a dog mushing program based on the George Attla program to teach students fundamentals of dog mushing, animal care, and career exploration. It was implemented through their Science class and 4-H club.  Students continue to be active in the dogs' lives.