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Spelling Bee information will be given and practices will begin on Monday, December 5, 2016 in Signe's room.  This is for students in grades 4-8 who wish to participate.

 

 


 



Results from the Volleyball Conference Tournament in Gambell – our Wolverines started the tournament with a win over Brevig Mission, 3 sets to 0.  They then played the Golovin Lynx tough, losing in 3 sets, but came close in two of the sets, 25-21 and 25-22.  In the third match, the Wolverines beat Koyuk 3 sets to 1.  In their last match of the season, they played some of their best volleyball, taking one set from Unalakleet 25-22 before eventually bowing out 3 sets to 1. Travis Savetilik was selected to the All-Tournament Team. Congratulations to Coach Steven Perry and our team on a successful season!

 

Results from the Conference Wrestling Tournament in Kotzebue – Anikan Paniptchuk and Josh Takak placed 4th and Taylor Kulukhon and Trevor Savetilik brought home 3rd place honors. Both Rachel Moore and Everson Paniptchuk were Conference Champions and will go on to wrestle at the State Tournament in Anchorage. Everson was also named Outstanding Wrestler. As a team, our mighty Wolverines brought home the second place trophy!  Congratulations to Coach Jason Polcyn and his Wolverine Wrestlers!


About Us

Shaktoolik School is located in the small village of Shaktoolik, Alaska. Shaktoolik is 130 miles east of Nome, or about 40 miles north of Unalakleet, located on Norton Sound.

According to the Alaska Dept. of Community and Economic Development, Shaktoolik was the first and southernmost Malemiut settlement on Norton Sound, occupied as early as 1839. Twelve miles northwest, on Cape Denbigh, is “Iyatayet,” a site that is 6,000 to 8,000 years old, and listed on the national register of historic places. Shaktoolik was first mapped in 1842-44 by Lt. Lavrenty Zagoskin, Imperial Russian Navy, who called it “Tshaktogmyut.” “Shaktoolik” is derived from a Unaliq word, “suktuliq”, meaning “scattered things”.

Reindeer herds were managed in the Shaktoolik area around 1905. The village was originally located six miles up the Shaktoolik River, and moved to the mouth of the River in 1933. This site was prone to severe storms and winds, however, and the village relocated to its present, more sheltered location in 1975. The City was incorporated in 1969.

 

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