The school has received the first classroom set of handheld computers in the district. Over the coming weeks fifth- and sixth-graders will learn to use the computers to write, edit and illustrate stories, use spreadsheets, to store and analyze scientific data and keep a daily planner and to-do lists. Eventually, the school will expect to use the computers schoolwide as a portable computer lab. The school is thankful for supporters for allowing it to bring this cutting edge technology to the Falcons.
The school also thanks Larry Lewis from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game for providing an presentation on moose safety.
The 2005-06, kindergarten students will have a full day program. Families in the Sterling attendance area who have a child who will be 5 on or before Sept. 1 may go to the the school Monday through April 15 to register. Immunization records and a birth certificates are required.
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