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  The High School Department selected Ciera Ruckman as  Student of the Week (April 11-15, 2016)   for the following reasons: 

Ciera Ruckman is an outstanding student in my Spanish 1 class. She is not afraid to seek help when needed or assist fellow students. She sets goals and drives herself until the standards are met. Her assignments are always of very high quality. Ciera is always cheerful and respects her peers and adults alike. Way to go Ciera!  ~Mrs. Roraback, Spanish Teacher

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The Principal’s pick this week for Student of the week (April 4-8, 2016) is Stephanie Torres for the following reasons:

Senioritis is a Myth!

Mar 30, 2016
Greta Mart

  Eight more weeks of high school!  You know what that means?  Eight more weeks of tedium, lethargy, and unwarranted stress!   

If you can feel the sarcasm pouring out of me right now—there’s a reason. 

Senioritis, that infamous condition afflicting every high schooler near the end of their career, is a lie.

You see, the home stretch doesn’t really feel any different from the past three years.  All the same puzzle pieces are there—unwarranted freak-outs over tests, overconsumption of coffee, raving mad teachers… you get the idea. 

UCSD

The 5th/6th Department selected Mackenzie McLaughlin as Student of the Week (March 21-25, 2016) for the following reasons:

Alaska's Governor Honors Raiders, Community

Mar 23, 2016
Pipa Escalante

The Unalaska Raiders boys basketball team gathered at City Hall Tuesday evening to receive a phone call from Alaska's governor, Bill Walker. Walker began by saying it was an honor for him to call and congratulate the team for winning the 2016 state championship. He said he's been following the team over the past few years, enjoyed watching them progress and complimented the 12 boys on their accomplishment. Walker also gave a shout-out to Coach Kent Russell and all the parents - indeed the whole community - for supporting the high schoolers on and off the court. 

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