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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Household Lists for Bush shopping.
    and Christmas decorations or plan to order them ahead of time as well Also I always keep disposable Tin cooking dishes for potlaches and parties This way I don t need the pan back or worry about it Also I buy several cheap plastic serving forks and spoons that I don t want back and also always bring in paper plates silverware and napkins again planning ahead But anyway would be great to post suggestions Also its not just for bush Alaska Their are many places in Rural Alaska that are on the road system but far away from the nearest major grocery store so folks order a lot and have it shipped in since driving hundreds of miles especially in the winter can be impractical Anyway one thing Costco in Anchorage on Dimond is great Mr Prime beef is great and circle foods is another one for fruet and vegie shipping If you order on sites the price is good but check the shipping Ordering in bulk and pooling resources is a great thing Also don t forget hangers pack them they are great and if you have pets don t forget to order plenty of food for the four leggeds not just the two legged lol I would put my pet in their pet carrier which was always a bigger size then they needed and pack in their a few days supplies packed in the back of the kennel itself for cats water bowel food bowl a small litter pan a few days supply of litter and catfood and of course their blanket This way no matter what their first few days of food treats and litter arrives with them and your not panicked cause the items are not their when you arrive yet etc Advanced plan everything everything and ordering bulk is cheaper and a good thing Don t forget luxuries I love Chai Tea for example I get the Chai from Costco and have it delivered in bulk I enjoy a chai a day while watching the snow and eating ice cream on a cold winters day Oh its the best Anyway hope others join in and contribute http grambk11 tripod com PRINTHOUSEHO IST 2 html HOUSEHOLD SHOPPING LIST Circle what you need cross out as you shop FOOD KITCHEN BATHOOM LAUNDRY Milk Detergent Toilet tissue Detergent Eggs Sponge scrub Kleenex Bleach Bread Wipes Handsoap Fabric softn Butter Scour pwdr Body wash Spray starch Fruit Spray clnr Body scrub Vegetables Spray wax Face scrub Meat Floor clnr Toothpaste MISC Fish Disenfectant Mouthwash Baby items Soup broth Window clnr Floss Vitamins Dessert Mop broom Toothbrush Medicine Cereal Deodorant Vacuum bags Potatoes Powder Lottery tckts Rice beans Paper towels Body spray Film Pasta Napkins Hand cream Potpourri Sauces Clear wrap Face cream Candles Dressings Foil wrap Shampoo Stamps Baby food Wax paper Conditioner Cards gifts Coffee Sandwich bag Hairspray Batteries Tea Garbage bags Brush comb Lite bulbs Frozen food Shave cream Ice cream Razor blades Cake mix Sugar

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Household Lists for Bush shopping.
    time as well Also I always keep disposable Tin cooking dishes for potlaches and parties This way I don t need the pan back or worry about it Also I buy several cheap plastic serving forks and spoons that I don t want back and also always bring in paper plates silverware and napkins again planning ahead But anyway would be great to post suggestions Also its not just for bush Alaska Their are many places in Rural Alaska that are on the road system but far away from the nearest major grocery store so folks order a lot and have it shipped in since driving hundreds of miles especially in the winter can be impractical Anyway one thing Costco in Anchorage on Dimond is great Mr Prime beef is great and circle foods is another one for fruet and vegie shipping If you order on sites the price is good but check the shipping Ordering in bulk and pooling resources is a great thing Also don t forget hangers pack them they are great and if you have pets don t forget to order plenty of food for the four leggeds not just the two legged lol I would put my pet in their pet carrier which was always a bigger size then they needed and pack in their a few days supplies packed in the back of the kennel itself for cats water bowel food bowl a small litter pan a few days supply of litter and catfood and of course their blanket This way no matter what their first few days of food treats and litter arrives with them and your not panicked cause the items are not their when you arrive yet etc Advanced plan everything everything and ordering bulk is cheaper and a good thing Don t forget luxuries I love Chai Tea for example I get the Chai from Costco and have it delivered in bulk I enjoy a chai a day while watching the snow and eating ice cream on a cold winters day Oh its the best Anyway hope others join in and contribute http grambk11 tripod com PRINTHOUSEHO IST 2 html HOUSEHOLD SHOPPING LIST Circle what you need cross out as you shop FOOD KITCHEN BATHOOM LAUNDRY Milk Detergent Toilet tissue Detergent Eggs Sponge scrub Kleenex Bleach Bread Wipes Handsoap Fabric softn Butter Scour pwdr Body wash Spray starch Fruit Spray clnr Body scrub Vegetables Spray wax Face scrub Meat Floor clnr Toothpaste MISC Fish Disenfectant Mouthwash Baby items Soup broth Window clnr Floss Vitamins Dessert Mop broom Toothbrush Medicine Cereal Deodorant Vacuum bags Potatoes Powder Lottery tckts Rice beans Paper towels Body spray Film Pasta Napkins Hand cream Potpourri Sauces Clear wrap Face cream Candles Dressings Foil wrap Shampoo Stamps Baby food Wax paper Conditioner Cards gifts Coffee Sandwich bag Hairspray Batteries Tea Garbage bags Brush comb Lite bulbs Frozen food Shave cream Ice cream Razor blades Cake mix Sugar Antiseptic Cookie mix Flour Bandaids Munchies Salt Pepper Q tips

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Virtual teaching from lower 48?
    teaching distance education jobs posted in the past but it s not particularly common Schools usually contract out for distance courses on an ad hoc basis or buy packages of instruction for their K 12 students So the instructors are usually employees of the service provider s in question There are exceptions but it s a hit and miss thing If you were able to find a job like that

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Virtual teaching from lower 48?
    1 of 1 Virtual teaching from lower 48 by mddevane Fri Dec 18 2015 6 56 am Are there options to teach online only possible occasional travel to Alaska for Math or Computer Science to Alaskan students mddevane Posts 2 Joined Fri Dec 18 2015 6 52 am Top Re Virtual teaching from lower 48 by Johncn Fri Dec 18 2015 2 19 pm Hi I ve seen a handful of virtual teaching distance education jobs posted in the past but it s not particularly common Schools usually contract out for distance courses on an ad hoc basis or buy packages of instruction for their K 12 students So the instructors are usually employees of the service provider s in question There are exceptions but it s a hit and miss thing If you were able to find a job like that though you would still be required to be certified in Alaska in that subject in order to be the teacher of record There are some organizations in Alaska that hire distance learning staff The teachers usually but not always Alaska residents Hope this helps Regards John Johncn Posts 165 Joined Sun Feb 09 2014 11 05 am Top

    Original URL path: http://www.alaskateacher.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=2209 (2016-02-09)
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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - High Needs School Designation
    job postings Re High Needs School Designation Posted Fri Dec 18 2015 2 15 pm by Johncn Hi I think this is intended to mean that the school qualifies under some of the programs for teacher student loan forgiveness I would not trust that information provided in the form for each listing as school staff posting the jobs rarely know the actual status which changes each school year In red

    Original URL path: http://www.alaskateacher.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1318&sid=3826710b84a499d8a0b23d2faaae1714&view=print (2016-02-09)
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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - High Needs School Designation
    HR and school administrators subscribe Moderators Johncn Damon Hargraves Betty Walters Toni McFadden Post a reply 2 posts Page 1 of 1 High Needs School Designation by TheCousins Fri Dec 18 2015 1 39 pm Can anyone tell me what exactly the high needs school designation means in the job bank I am talking about the red words in parentheses that recently began popping up in the job postings TheCousins Posts 4 Joined Wed Oct 22 2014 6 39 pm Top Re High Needs School Designation by Johncn Fri Dec 18 2015 2 15 pm Hi I think this is intended to mean that the school qualifies under some of the programs for teacher student loan forgiveness I would not trust that information provided in the form for each listing as school staff posting the jobs rarely know the actual status which changes each school year In red type or not it s likely to be erroneously entered with the listing Instead search the ATP forum under student loan forgiveness for the links to all the schools in Alaska by district and year which qualify The good news is that most of rural Alaska DOES qualify for most years Regards

    Original URL path: http://www.alaskateacher.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=2210 (2016-02-09)
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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - 24 hour car rental in Anchorage?
    AM many many East bound flights are redeyes out of Anchorage and the holidays mean additional activity some of them may have extended hours not posted on their websites I m not sure of that just saying it s possible I have seen a few instances of extended hours with car rentals in holiday seasons past Good luck John Re 24 hour car rental in Anchorage Posted Mon Dec 14 2015 1 46 pm by ElemEducator Thanks John I ve contacted a couple places and no luck I ll keep my fingers crossed Re 24 hour car rental in Anchorage Posted Mon Dec 14 2015 9 41 pm by Bushteachers If I m not mistaken enterprise at the airport was open the latest We use orbitz to book and put our pick up time for when we need it I know I ve picked up at 1 30 am before I m assuming you are staying in a hotel If it has a shuttle just utilize that option then ride shuttle back to airport next morning Anyways I know that enterprise is opened the latest Re 24 hour car rental in Anchorage Posted Tue Dec 15 2015 7 14 am by ElemEducator Thanks for the advice on Enterprise Our flight arrives from Seattle at 2 05 AM and I see alot of branches closing right at 2 00 We are not getting a hotel as our flight leaves for Sand Point at 2 00 PM that same day Can t wait to spend 12 hours at costco and the post office YAY Re 24 hour car rental in Anchorage Posted Tue Dec 15 2015 7 48 pm by Bushteachers You using totes Don t forget that Costco doesn t open until 10ish Or is it 9 Post office at 8

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - 24 hour car rental in Anchorage?
    of Anchorage and the holidays mean additional activity some of them may have extended hours not posted on their websites I m not sure of that just saying it s possible I have seen a few instances of extended hours with car rentals in holiday seasons past Good luck John Johncn Posts 165 Joined Sun Feb 09 2014 11 05 am Top Re 24 hour car rental in Anchorage by ElemEducator Mon Dec 14 2015 1 46 pm Thanks John I ve contacted a couple places and no luck I ll keep my fingers crossed ElemEducator Posts 15 Joined Tue Mar 10 2015 6 24 am Top Re 24 hour car rental in Anchorage by Bushteachers Mon Dec 14 2015 9 41 pm If I m not mistaken enterprise at the airport was open the latest We use orbitz to book and put our pick up time for when we need it I know I ve picked up at 1 30 am before I m assuming you are staying in a hotel If it has a shuttle just utilize that option then ride shuttle back to airport next morning Anyways I know that enterprise is opened the latest Bushteachers Posts 95 Joined Fri May 08 2015 12 36 pm Top Re 24 hour car rental in Anchorage by ElemEducator Tue Dec 15 2015 7 14 am Thanks for the advice on Enterprise Our flight arrives from Seattle at 2 05 AM and I see alot of branches closing right at 2 00 We are not getting a hotel as our flight leaves for Sand Point at 2 00 PM that same day Can t wait to spend 12 hours at costco and the post office YAY ElemEducator Posts 15 Joined Tue Mar 10 2015 6 24 am Top Re 24

    Original URL path: http://www.alaskateacher.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=2197 (2016-02-09)
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