Download the PDF: Friday Flyer 11.25.15 (1)
Boy’s Basketball Team There will be a boys’ basketball meeting with parents and students on Tuesday, November 24th in the multi purpose room at 7 PM. All interested students should attend this meeting. 1st practice is on Dec 2nd.
Boys’ Basketball Fundraiser – 11/20 – Lunchtime Chow Down – Hot dogs, Chips, Salads and Drink $10 a plate.
Boys’ Basketball will conduct a Little Dribblers basketball camp for elementary boys and girls on 11/29 from noon to 4pm. Cost $10 per student.
Sand Points premiere written publication has a new copy out! Check out the G.O.A.T. today by downloading it here!
Download the PDF Here: GOAT Vol 1 Issue 2 11.6.15
Long story short: No Tanner season for 2016 for these three districts.
KSDP will be speaking with Mark Stichert, Area Management Biologist in the near future groundfish/shellfish trawl survey results from 2015. Stay tuned for more info!
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has completed analysis of 2015 Tanner crab survey
results from the Kodiak, Chignik, and South Peninsula districts. Commercial Tanner crab
fisheries in these districts may occur when the estimated abundance of mature male Tanner crab
meets or exceeds stock size thresholds established in regulation (5 AAC 35.507 Kodiak, Chignik,
and South Peninsula Districts C. bairdi Tanner crab harvest strategies).
They are now constructing the new playground in Sand Point! While the construction is underway no one is allowed on the premise as the playground is still closed!
Download AEB’s “In the Loop” from Oct. 8, 2015 (PDF).
Sand Point Volleyball versus King Cove from October 9th, 2015
Final Score: King Cove – 15 / Sand Point – 13
Stream it (HTML5):
Download the PDF Here: In the Loop – Oct. 8, 2015
New Bus Schedule September 28
First Bus Run ‐ Grades 7‐12
Stop 1 Red Cove 7:40 AM
Stop 2 Nagai 7:42 AM
Stop 3 Popof Pizza Corner 7:43 AM
Stop 4 City Building 7:48 AM
Stop 5 Triplex Corner 7:49 AM
Stop 6 Johansen’s Corner 7:51 AM
Stop 7 Subdivision Corner 7:55 AM
Stop 8 Meadows 7:57 AM
New Bus Schedule September 28
Second Bus Run ‐ Grades K‐6
Stop 1 Red Cove 8:07 AM
Stop 2 Nagai 8:09 AM
Stop 3 Popof Pizza Corner 8:10 AM
Stop 4 City Building 8:15 AM
Stop 5 Triplex Corner 8:16 AM
Stop 6 Johansen’s Corner 8:18 AM
Stop 7 Subdivision Corner 8:22 AM
Stop 8 Meadows 8:24 AM
Area M Fishing Report by Evan Wilson
Sand Point had an amazing salmon run–it was unreal to be able
to witness that much fish being caught in one season. It really
helped the community and the elders because of the abundance of
salmon this year.
Some of the old timers told me that it was the most salmon they
have ever seen in a season. Trident roughly processed around 12 to
15 million pounds of salmon this year.
Now moving on: the draggers are all finished up for now. I heard
from some captains that it was very good at the beginning and then
it slowed down later on. The first quota was 32 million pounds of
pollock, and the next one will be 24 million pounds, making a total
of around 85 million pounds of pollock for this year.
The price for pollock was 11 cents. After dragging is all said and
done, a lot of boats will start getting ready to go pot coding. The
quota for pot cod is about 10 million pounds and the price will be
about 27 cents.