Alaska families: Can we follow you as kids return to school?

“Shin-chi’s Canoe” by Nicola Campbell, “Not My Girl” and “When I Was Eight” both by Christy Jordan-Fenton and Margaret Pokiak-Fenton, and “My Name is SEEPEETZA” by Shirley Sterling will be available in fourth grade classrooms and elementary school libraries. (KTOO file photo)
(KTOO file photo)

Alaska is about to start a very unusual school year. And as we cover classes resuming this fall, we’d like to follow some of you through this transition. 

Are you willing to help us? Some of our questions: What will the school year look like for your family this year? How will you organize your child/children’s days? What’s hardest about piecing it all together? What’s most confusing? Have you found any solutions that might help other parents? 

We’d like to hear from as many in the community as possible to inform our reporting about the decisions and challenges families are weighing. Help us understand what this is like for you.

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