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Chatham School District

Chatham School District
File:Chatham School District Logo 200px.png
Type and location
Grades PK-12
Established 1976[1]
Country United States of America
Location Angoon, Alaska and vicinity
District information
Superintendent Elaine Hopson (interim)[2]
Students and staff
Students 217
Other information
Mailing address Post Office Box 109, Angoon, Alaska 99820[3]
Website http://www.chathamsd.org

The Chatham School District serves students in Angoon, Tenakee Springs, Gustavus, and Klukwan and the surrounding areas of the Alaskan panhandle. The district serves about 217 students in 4 schools and covers a territory of approximately 43,000 sq. mi.[3]

Klukwan School

Klukwan School serves about 41 students in grades pre-kindergarten through 12 in and around the Tlingit villaige of Klukwan, near Haines. As part of the school's mission is to support efforts to revitalize the Tlingit language, it offers Tlingit language classes.[4][5]

Gustavus School

Gustavus School serves about 45 students in grades K-12 in and around Gustavas.[6][7]

Tenakee Springs School

Tenakee Springs School serves 13 students in grades K-12 with a staff of 3. The curriculum includes topics such as the environment, marine safety, and survival.[8]

Angoon Schools

Angoon Elementary School and Angoon High School serve about 125 students.[9][10]

Correspondence school

The district operates a correspondence school.[11]

Former schools

Cube Cove School, closed in or before 2006.[11]

See also

External links

  • Central Council Tlingit Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska

References

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