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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Resubmitting application for new openings
    when you select a new position the district is in theory notified However many districts use the Applitrack system differently They may or may not choose to get notifications The key is to get their ATTENTION as they are very busy with the end of school graduation end of year grant reports and so on You should not worry about flooding the HR departments with notices at this time of year In fact for those you are very interested in I recommend calling to follow up and sending personal emails to the HR contacts for that district Polite and persistent has gotten many teachers jobs in Alaska The purpose if the other feature is so that mostly rural districts who are looking for candidates whether you have applied with them or not can find teachers who are looking for certain types of jobs This is how many and perhaps even most districts use the system best They look for pools of candidates that have indicated an interest in certain types of jobs and then contact applicants that catch their interest Hope this helps John Re Resubmitting application for new openings Posted Thu May 14 2015 6 49 pm by CoreyShep Johncn wrote Hello Yes when you select a new position the district is in theory notified However many districts use the Applitrack system differently They may or may not choose to get notifications The key is to get their ATTENTION as they are very busy with the end of school graduation end of year grant reports and so on You should not worry about flooding the HR departments with notices at this time of year In fact for those you are very interested in I recommend calling to follow up and sending personal emails to the HR contacts for that

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Moving to Hyder!!!
    drive for the winters If not what do you recommend Studded tires Chains Are there any recommendations about a pediatrician in the Southeast region What is the best way to get fresh produce I have read on this forum about bush orders from Fred Myers and Sam s Club is there any other options Thank you in advance for all of your advice Re Moving to Hyder Posted Wed May 13 2015 8 16 pm by Bushteachers CSD2 wrote Greetings I received an intent to hire from the school in Hyder My family and I are extremely excited to start this adventure While planning our move we thought of a few questions that I hope the members of this forum can help with We will be moving this summer but was wondering if we will need to upgrade our vehicle to a 4 wheel drive for the winters If not what do you recommend Studded tires Chains Are there any recommendations about a pediatrician in the Southeast region What is the best way to get fresh produce I have read on this forum about bush orders from Fred Myers and Sam s Club is there any other options Thank you

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Parent of a new teacher
    to know if anyone has any advice for the parent of a teacher in Alaska She will be teaching in a small village Re Parent of a new teacher Posted Wed May 13 2015 3 50 pm by Bushteachers brutalwinter wrote My daughter just graduated from college and has been offered and has accepted a teaching position in Alaska She is super excited she will be teaching high school English I guess I just wanted to know if anyone has any advice for the parent of a teacher in Alaska She will be teaching in a small village Tell her congratulations Where And what is considered small One year at the SPED conference people were talking about a small village but it had 500 people That s large in my district We have 4 7villages in my district have less than 100 people Re Parent of a new teacher Posted Wed May 13 2015 4 42 pm by Johncn Hi Congratulations on her new position I would say that she can find out lots of useful information here and on our main website http www alaskateacher org This entire site is devoted to helping teachers answer questions they have about

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Parent of a new teacher
    of a new teacher by brutalwinter Wed May 13 2015 2 16 pm My daughter just graduated from college and has been offered and has accepted a teaching position in Alaska She is super excited she will be teaching high school English I guess I just wanted to know if anyone has any advice for the parent of a teacher in Alaska She will be teaching in a small village brutalwinter Posts 1 Joined Wed May 13 2015 2 06 pm Top Re Parent of a new teacher by Bushteachers Wed May 13 2015 3 50 pm brutalwinter wrote My daughter just graduated from college and has been offered and has accepted a teaching position in Alaska She is super excited she will be teaching high school English I guess I just wanted to know if anyone has any advice for the parent of a teacher in Alaska She will be teaching in a small village Tell her congratulations Where And what is considered small One year at the SPED conference people were talking about a small village but it had 500 people That s large in my district We have 4 7villages in my district have less than 100 people Bushteachers Posts 95 Joined Fri May 08 2015 12 36 pm Top Re Parent of a new teacher by Johncn Wed May 13 2015 4 42 pm Hi Congratulations on her new position I would say that she can find out lots of useful information here and on our main website http www alaskateacher org This entire site is devoted to helping teachers answer questions they have about moving to Alaska for the purpose of living and working in mostly small rural communities Do you or does she have specific questions We can t really respond with some direction

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Rain gear suggestions
    the best piece of gear that I have purchased You can comfortably wear them in temps ranging from 40 all the way up 60 They are slip on boots which make them easy and comfortable to wear I know you can buy them in Anchorage for about 130 150 For the Muck s do you recommend the mid or the high boot Re Rain gear suggestions Posted Sun Apr 05 2015 1 45 am by ElemEducator I purchased the high boot They come up just a few inches short of my knee and help keep your legs much warmer I would definitely recommend the high especially if you re going to be trekking around in any mud in the spring Re Rain gear suggestions Posted Sun May 10 2015 2 33 pm by Bushteachers ethetedave wrote Hello and thank you in advance for any words of wisdom from the ATP user world My question is basic but it concerns a very important topic What is the best highest quality money no issue kinda raingear for Yukon Lower Kuskokwim area from June to end of mud season I don t want to skimp on this necessity so any advice would be most appreciated Many thanks for your advice Dave from Wyoming You are kind of in my area I wore a marmot rain jacket that worked great until I ripped it I now wear a mountain hard wear jacket Hanson Healy is popular For moose hunting I wear military goretex gear For checking net I wear frog togs I admit to not wearing rain pants very often I just wear quick dry pants Re Rain gear suggestions Posted Wed May 13 2015 2 17 pm by ethetedave Thank you for the advice I am going to be in my village in

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Rain gear suggestions
    in temps ranging from 40 all the way up 60 They are slip on boots which make them easy and comfortable to wear I know you can buy them in Anchorage for about 130 150 ElemEducator Posts 15 Joined Tue Mar 10 2015 6 24 am Top Re Rain gear suggestions by esbynum Sat Apr 04 2015 8 58 pm ElemEducator wrote I did not necessarily buy much rain gear this past summer but the I would highly recommend an excellent pair of boots I purchased the Muck brand Arctic Sport boots and they are by far the best piece of gear that I have purchased You can comfortably wear them in temps ranging from 40 all the way up 60 They are slip on boots which make them easy and comfortable to wear I know you can buy them in Anchorage for about 130 150 For the Muck s do you recommend the mid or the high boot esbynum Posts 25 Joined Tue Jul 08 2014 9 21 am Top Re Rain gear suggestions by ElemEducator Sun Apr 05 2015 1 45 am I purchased the high boot They come up just a few inches short of my knee and help keep your legs much warmer I would definitely recommend the high especially if you re going to be trekking around in any mud in the spring ElemEducator Posts 15 Joined Tue Mar 10 2015 6 24 am Top Re Rain gear suggestions by Bushteachers Sun May 10 2015 2 33 pm ethetedave wrote Hello and thank you in advance for any words of wisdom from the ATP user world My question is basic but it concerns a very important topic What is the best highest quality money no issue kinda raingear for Yukon Lower Kuskokwim area from June to end of mud season I don t want to skimp on this necessity so any advice would be most appreciated Many thanks for your advice Dave from Wyoming You are kind of in my area I wore a marmot rain jacket that worked great until I ripped it I now wear a mountain hard wear jacket Hanson Healy is popular For moose hunting I wear military goretex gear For checking net I wear frog togs I admit to not wearing rain pants very often I just wear quick dry pants Bushteachers Posts 95 Joined Fri May 08 2015 12 36 pm Top Re Rain gear suggestions by ethetedave Wed May 13 2015 2 17 pm Thank you for the advice I am going to be in my village in mid June for some training and just want to know what to except weather wise near Bethel on the Kuskokwim Are the MuckBoots as recommended overkill and too much boot in June I have been told that decent hiking boots that are waterproof would suffice Again thank you all with experience a heartfelt thank you for the information that you provide old newbie s like myself ethetedave Posts 13 Joined

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Seeking an Assistant Principal position
    done yet that I could be doing so that I could be considered for the 15 16 school year I have already started saving for at least one job fair next year if I am unable to find something this year Thank you for your help Natalie Re Seeking an Assistant Principal position Posted Mon May 11 2015 7 48 pm by Bushteachers natmikesell wrote Hi everyone Moving to Alaska has been a goal for my family and myself for many years I started watching this site several years ago and have researched the move and what it would mean ever since I finish up the last part of my internship for my administration license next week here in Ohio What we would love to do is to transition into administration by finding a position in Alaska I am open to just about any community I have applied for all of the positions through the ATP board However my question is this Is there something else that I could do to be considered for any of these positions I was unable to attend any of the job fairs because of our state testing schedules here I am sure that would have helped Is there something that I have not done yet that I could be doing so that I could be considered for the 15 16 school year I have already started saving for at least one job fair next year if I am unable to find something this year Thank you for your help Natalie Have you looked into principal teacher positions Or just regular teaching to get foot in the door What districts are you looking at Re Seeking an Assistant Principal position Posted Tue May 12 2015 7 12 am by natmikesell I am open to any

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Seeking an Assistant Principal position
    I could be considered for the 15 16 school year I have already started saving for at least one job fair next year if I am unable to find something this year Thank you for your help Natalie natmikesell Posts 5 Joined Sat Mar 14 2015 3 45 pm Top Re Seeking an Assistant Principal position by Bushteachers Mon May 11 2015 7 48 pm natmikesell wrote Hi everyone Moving to Alaska has been a goal for my family and myself for many years I started watching this site several years ago and have researched the move and what it would mean ever since I finish up the last part of my internship for my administration license next week here in Ohio What we would love to do is to transition into administration by finding a position in Alaska I am open to just about any community I have applied for all of the positions through the ATP board However my question is this Is there something else that I could do to be considered for any of these positions I was unable to attend any of the job fairs because of our state testing schedules here I am sure that would have helped Is there something that I have not done yet that I could be doing so that I could be considered for the 15 16 school year I have already started saving for at least one job fair next year if I am unable to find something this year Thank you for your help Natalie Have you looked into principal teacher positions Or just regular teaching to get foot in the door What districts are you looking at Bushteachers Posts 95 Joined Fri May 08 2015 12 36 pm Top Re Seeking an Assistant Principal position by

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