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  • The Regional School Board Meeting will be held on February 18th, 2016 in Akiachak.

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Governor Walker Visits Yupiit School District and New Staff in August.
 YSD Staff
Meal with Governor  

Camai and Welcome

The Yupiit School District welcomes you to our NEW home on the Web. During your visit we hope you will enjoy what we have put together, as well as learn more about our district. We are open to any comments or questions.

Even though we are small, we are a powerhouse for learning and ingenuity on the Yukon-Kuskokwin Delta of Western Alaska.

Our certified staff of about 50 professionals along with our 100 classified professionals work hard to meet the educational needs of the 430 children served by our district.

So, take a look around and make yourself at home.

Camai! (Yup'ik Greeting)
  • Upcoming Events


    2/2-9/16 Akiak HS Girls at Ninilchik

    2/5-6/16 Akiachak HS Girls at Bethel

               Bethel  JR High Boys at Akiachak

               TLT JR High Boys at Akiachak

    2/13-14/16 Akiak at Kalskag

                      Aniak at Akiachak

                    Tuluksak JR High Boys and Girls at Akiak

    2/19-20/16 Akiachak High School Boys and Girls at Kalskag

                     Kalskag Junior High Boys and girls at Akiachak

    2/26-27/16 Akiak Invitiational

                     Akiachak High School Boys and Girls at Akiak

                     JR High Districts at Akiachak


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  • Everyday Quotes



    "The mind is everything. What you think you become."



    Trivia Question of the Day:

    Located in the western hemisphere, one of the world's largest Bays is named for a British explorer who visited around 1610. What is it?

    Answer: Henry Hudson Bay, Canada.

    Did you know?

    Did you know the average human brain contains around 78% water?

    Did you know 1 nautical knot equates to 1.852 Kph (1.150 mph)?

    Did you know if you add up all the numbers from 1 to100 consecutively (1+2+3...) it totals 5050?

    Did you know frogs can't swallow with their eyes open?


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