THEY’VE DONE IT AGAIN!
Marathon Petroleum comes through for local students! They have once again generously agreed to sponsor 25 simulated missions at the Challenger Learning Center of Alaska! These missions are available to all 5th and 6th grade classes from Kenai Peninsula School District. Missions are granted on a first come first serve basis –
For more information > Teacher Announcement Letter 2019 2020
KPBSD SCIENCE AND LANGUAGE ARTS TEACHERS!!!!
It is that time of year again! Have you started thinking about Caring for the Kenai yet? We are preparing to kick off the 30th year of this wonderful competition and we’d love to see you at our annual CFK teacher workshop!
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Alise Arnold, from Eagle River, visited the Challenger Learning Center of Alaska and now is going to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, for Aerospace Engineering and Astronautics degree! Listen to her Interview with Merrill Sikorski.
” Our 5th graders from Shaw Elementary in Wasilla visited for an overnight camp at CLCA and it was AMAZING! The minute we walked into the building they were swept away into their mission. It was so exciting seeing the kids jump right into collaborative working and problem solving. The CLCA was beautiful! Mission Control, the Shuttle room, and dorms were literally out of this world! Thank you for the great experience for our kiddos! “
Maija Fritts, April 20, 2019
“I used to go here for camps and fun activities as a kid! Currently I’m pursuing my Aerospace Engineering, Astronautics degree. I couldn’t be more grateful for all the fun things I got to do that helped inspire me to get me where I am today. I think back on the old memories and can’t help but smile ☺️”
-Alise Arnold, September 12, 2019
“Thank you so much for providing my students with an amazing educational experience! They had so much fun. I look forward to visiting again.”
“I’ve been through this type of training (HUET training with CSET) six or seven times over the years- this was the best due to the quality instructors, helpers, ect., being allowed extra practice and coaching.”
“The many effective workshops, camps, and missions offered by the Challenger Center are not, however, it’s true magic. Instead, CLCA’s greatest strength lies in its unique ability to inspire. For students growing up in Alaska, where opportunity often seems far away, a class or mission with the Challenger Center brings the wonder of spaceflight within reach.”