River City Academy students appreciate professional hosts

River City Academy, in Soldotna, is a grades 7-12 Kenai Peninsula Borough School District performance based school. River City Academy would like to sincerely thank the following local businesses for their commitment and time in hosting our high school students for job shadows during the past academic year. The collaborative relationship between these local industries and River City Academy’s career curriculum has offered a dynamic opportunity for the students to engage their career interests and curriculum in a real-life work environment. For many of the students the job shadows have reinforced and ignited a stronger passion for their education and future career pathway training plans. The school would to thank and recognize the following companies for their commitment to our students: Central Peninsula Hospital (Radiology & Maturity); Dr. Matthew Cannava, The Dermatology and Skin Cancer Clinic of Alaska; River City Dental; Mission Aviation Repair Center (MARC); Kenai Peninsula College, IT Department; Tauriainen Engineering and Testing, Inc.; Big G Electric; Credit Union One in Soldotna; Redoubt Elementary School, Pre-K; Safeway in Soldotna; Kenai Watershed Forum; Twin City Veterinary Clinic, Dr. Mary Huhndorf; Peninsula Clarion Newspaper, Daryl Palmer, Composition Manager; K-Beach Elementary School, Speech Pathology; Sea Life Center, Sea Lion Program.

Dawn Edwards-Smith
River City Academy Principal
Gary Wiebel
River City Academy School Counselor

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