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Hoonah City School District, Alaska

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Hoonah City School District is a school district in the U.S. state of Alaska. The Hoonah City School District, located in the southeast portion of the state, served approximately 70 students in the 2008-09 academic year and has a 42% graduation rate.[1]

Website evaluation

The good

  • The school district can be contacted[2].

The bad

  • No tax information is provided.
  • No budgets are posted.
  • No Board meeting information is provided.
  • The School Board members are not listed.
  • The Administrators are not listed.
  • No contracts are posted.
  • There is no information about requesting public records.
  • No audits are posted.
  • The district's academic performance is not indicated.
  • Background checks are not mentioned.


Academic Performance

In the 2008-09 academic year, the district met Annual Yearly Progress criteria established by the Alaska Department of Education & Early Development. [1] Of students in grades 3 through 10 that were tested in the 2008-09 academic year, 77% were proficient in language arts and 63% were proficient in mathematics.[1]

Lobbying

The district is a member of the Association of Alaska School Boards.[3] The AASB states on its website that it promotes pro-education legislation and to protect the principle of local control of public education, with its efforts led by its Executive Director.[4] The AASB also issues a Legislative Handbook to members of its Legislative Network and publishes a Legislative Bulletin.[5][6] The AASB is also an affiliate of the National School Boards Association and its Federal Relations Network, which addresses the legislative process at a national level.[7][8]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 2009 District AYP Worksheet
  2. Contact
  3. AASB Membership Directory
  4. AASB Legislative Efforts
  5. AASB Legislative Efforts
  6. AASB Legislative Bulletin Archive
  7. AASB Legislative Services
  8. NASB Federal Relations Network