The Pauloff Harbor Tribe is hiring a part-time Environmental Coordinator Assistant.
See details below for more information
The Shumagin Corporation is hiring for a Head Barkeep and Manager of the Sand Point Tavern!
The QTT Tribe Environmental Department will be hosting the 6th annual graveyard cleanup from 1-5pm each day. There will be a prize drawing on Friday, June 21st.
For more information, see the attached flier.
Rep. Bryce Edgmon
KSDP’s Austin Roof will talk with Speaker of the House – Representative Bryce Edgmon live on-air at 3pm on Tuesday, March 19th, 2019.
Please stop by the station office, email (email@example.com) or call (383.KSDP) with any questions/topics you’d like to ask Rep. Edgmon.
The Lady Eagles worked hard in this game that came down to the final seconds. Sand Point led for the majority of the match up but Aleknagik kept their cool and slowly clawed their way back into the game after the half-time break. Sand Point got into foul trouble late into the game which gave the Lakers the edge they needed to hold onto their lead as time ran out of regulation.
Final Score: Sand Point Lady Eagles (48) Vs. Aleknagik Lakers (51) at the Sockeye Classic Tournament in Dillingham on Thursday, January 31, 2019.
Download the game here (MP3, 13MB):
Live coverage courtesy of KDLG’s Amazing Volunteers!
By Ingrid Cumberlidge
3rd Grade Teacher, Sand Point School
The Sand Point National Geographic Bee Preliminary School Competition was held Tuesday, January 15, 2019. Congratulations to all of the participates. Grades 4 – 8 did a great job competing fiercely through all seven rounds.
Thank you so much to our honored Judges: Mr. Paul Barker, Sand Point School Teacher; Ms. Jade Gundersen, AEBSD Executive Assistant; and Mr. David Sills, Sand Point School Teacher. Your willingness to support our students, volunteer your time, and provide such strong question and scoring support was extraordinary. Our whole school community applauds your efforts.
Congratulations to Dick Cumberlidge for winning First Place with 7 out of 7 correct in the competitive and challenging Sand Point School Geography Bee.
Congratulations to Saylor Gronholdt for achieving 6 out of 7 and earning Second Place of the Sand Point School Geography Bee.
Dick Cumberlidge will participate in the AEBSD Geographic Bee District competition on January 29. The winner of the District Bee will take a qualifying test and if successful will then participate in State later in the spring.
Good luck to all our AEB School District competitors.