Students from Blatchley Middle School joined KCAW's Brooke Schaefer in the studio to discuss a student-led visual arts project celebrating diversity in our community. The installation, called "Colors of Our Community" will be curated by students with support of local artists.
Ramshackle Cabaret producer Hillary Seeland is presenting a Burlesque/Comedy show in the new downstairs music venue at the Mean Queen. She's joined by comedian Chris Turner and burlesque performer Serena Wild.
Pacific High School students have practiced karate, done somersaults in the air and walked on balance beams -- all in the last week.
The school has been holding a "boot camp" of sorts to expose students to different fitness regimes.
by Robert Woolsey, KCAW | Nov 5, 2013 | Local News
The Sitka School Board on Monday night adopted a new English Language Arts curriculum for the district, beginning next school year. The so-called ELA is designed to prepare students to meet new standards developed by the state Department of Education. Alaska’s standards are closely aligned with national standards adopted by 45 other states, and usually referred to as “Common Core.”Read More