Application for free or reduced meals is available on the KPBSD website

KPBSD Principal Denise Kelly is 2022 Alaska AAESP National Distinguished Elementary Principal of the Year

Principal Vaughn Dosko, Kenai Middle School named 2022 AASSP Region 3 Principal of the Year

Nikolaevsk educator named 2022 ASTE Teacher of the Year!

KPBSD graduate and educator Jason Daniels receives presidential award for teaching excellence in science

Kenai Peninsula Borough School District updates COVID-19 Mitigation Plan

Kenai Central High Assistant Principal named Alaska 2022 Region III AP of the Year

KPBSD Districtwide FY23 Community Budget Meetings

Soldotna Montessori Charter School achieves 2021 National Blue Ribbon School recognition

KPBSD 100% Remote Learning Option

COVID-19 Mitigation Plan updated

Alumni survey is open — how did KPBSD do?

KPBSD Inspiration: Nurse Yolanda Ifflander

Celebrate Ms. Kim Leslie, Alaska Teacher of the Year Finalist

KPBSD is making a list and checking it twice: August enrollment intent survey now open

Community Budget Forums: planning for the 2021-2022 school year

ASTE names Linnaea Gossard 2021 Student of the Year

KPBSD opens every day onsite-at-school option to all grades

Mr. Clayton Holland to serve as next KPBSD Superintendent

Who will become the next KPBSD Superintendent of Schools?

Seward area schools open to onsite to all 7-12th grade students

KPBSD schools expand onsite-at-school option on January 11

More KPBSD students will return to at school classes in January

Public input survey is open through 12-7-20: Be involved in the KPBSD Superintendent of Schools process

Fulbright DAST Flash: Kenai Peninsula educational leader is going to Uzbekistan!

Remote Learning extends for 34 KPBSD schools

COVID-19 case trends cause Remote Learning to extend in KPBSD

Thirty KPBSD schools add another week of 100% Remote Learning operation in High COVID-19 Risk areas

13 Southern Kenai Peninsula schools shift to 100% Remote Learning

A Goodbye to our Nanwalek School Teacher Jim Reinseth

Central Peninsula schools shift to 100% Remote Learning on Wednesday, 10-14-20

Central Peninsula schools potential shift to Red (High COVID-19 Risk)

FREE meals for all KPBSD students through the end of 2020