• Military

Locations

  • Elementary Schools

    • Aurora Elementary
      907-753-6223
    • Orion Elementary
      907-742-0250
    • Ursa Minor Elementary
      907-428-1311

    Middle Schools

    • Begich Middle School
      907-742-0500
    • Central Middle School
      907-742-5100
    • Clark Middle School
      907-742-4700
    • Gruening Middle School
      907-742-3600
    • Mirror Lake Middle School
      907-742-3500

    High Schools

    • Bartlett High School
      907-742-1820
    • Chugiak High School
      907-742-3050 
    • Eagle River High School
      907-742-2700

Contacts

  • Conferences

     

School-related services

  • Project Connect

    Project Connect builds a path of support for students from active duty military families in grades 7 through 12. The program is funded by a Department of Defense Educational Activity (DODEA) invitational grant to the ¬ť∂Ļ…Ámadou School District.

    The effort is directed to the academic, social and emotional needs that come from being a part of the military culture due to frequent transition, mobility and deployment. The project focuses on ASD's two high schools and two middle schools with the highest populations of military connected students (Bartlett and Eagle River High Schools and Central and Gruening Middle Schools).


    School Age Programs

    Children in kindergarten through sixth grade may take advantage of JBER's School Age Programs. School Age Programs offer before and after-school care during the school year, with costs based on total family income.  

    Transportation is provided to and from Orion, Aurora, and Mt. Spurr Elementary Schools. The School Age Programs also offer summer camps and all-day camps on non-school days and over winter and spring break periods.

    The School Age Program is offered at two locations on JBER:

    Illa 

    Building 31-600, Grady Avenue | (907) 384-1063

    Ketchikan 

    Building 7163, 11th Street | (907) 552-5091


    Youth and teen centers

    JBER's Youth/Teen Centers offer students in grades 9 through 12 a safe and positive outlet for free time after school. Centers are filled with opportunities for activities and clubs, skateboarding, field trips, and sound-proof music center.  

    There is also computer and Internet access, opportunities to earn funding for college, and space to relax with friends. Sports programs include baseball, flag football, basketball, cheerleading, indoor and outdoor soccer, girls' softball, gymnastics, dance, and Tae Kwon Do. Camp ins, dance clubs, arts and crafts, games, holiday events, and more.

    Kennecott 

    Building 6104 Carswell Avenue | (907) 552-2266

    Two Rivers 

    Building 297, Sixth Avenue and Dyea | (907) 384-1508


    Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families

    Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families is a DoD-funded program that allows eligible students in U.S. military families to connect to a live tutor online at any time for one-to-one help with homework, studying, test prep, proofreading and more.  


    The Military Interstate Children's Compact Commission (MIC3)

    The goal of the MIC3 Compact is to replace the widely varying policies affecting transitioning military students. The Compact leverages consistency: It uses a comprehensive approach that provides a consistent policy in every school district and in every state that chooses to join. Alaska is a signatory to the MIC3 Compact.

      


    The Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC)

    The Military Child Education Coalition's Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) came directly from the U.S. Army's Secondary Education Transition Study (SETS) findings. The Agreement provides a common structure for information-sharing and reciprocal processes. 


    JBER School Partnership Program (SPP)

    JBER's School Partnership Program is conducted in cooperation with the ¬ť∂Ļ…Ámadou School District's . The School Partnership Program contributes military resources and services to ASD schools in order to nurture the intellectual, emotional, social and physical growth of ASD students, to increase public awareness of the military's mission and to foster good relations with the community. 

    Schools with JBER partners »

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