Work, lead, and live in Alaska’s Playground!
Newly announced leadership positions for the 2022-2023 school year are open for applicants until filled:
Principal Openings for 2022-2023 school year
- Regional Principal: Nikolaevsk and Ninilchik schools
- Port Graham School
- Tustumena Elementary School (Kasilof)
College and Career Readiness Coordinator (District Office, Soldotna)
Community Meetings and Surveys
The purpose of the community meeting with district administration is to learn about the characteristics that students, parents, staff, and community members seek in their next principal.
Three principal candidate interviews for the Nikolaevsk School and Ninilchik School regional principal will be on Zoom, Wednesday, April 6, 2022, beginning at 4:00 PM. Everyone who participates will receive a survey link to provide audience input.
Kendra Denney, KPBSD Personnel Specialist, is waiting and ready to assist! Call her at 907.714.8845 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Discover the Kenai Peninsula: 42 KPBSD schools, in 17 diverse communities
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District is looking for exceptional individuals to become a part of our administrative team. The KPBSED is located in a beautiful part of Southcentral Alaska and is one of the more unique and progressive districts in Alaska. KPBSD schools serve over 8,000 students from a variety of communities. KPBSD includes 42 schools ranging in size from a K-8 building of 16 to a traditional high school of over 700. KPBSD schools offer students a strong education that prepares them for life after graduation. The 1,200 KPBSD staff members are dedicated to continuous improvement that embraces our strategic plan goals in academic success, organizational excellence, and community and family engagement. If you choose the KPBSD, you will be joining an exciting and successful team of top-notch educators who do whatever it takes to help our students achieve success.