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Kuspuk Becomes Last School District In the Y-K Delta To Move To Remote Learning

The Kuskokwim river by Aniak in late October 2017.
Dave Cannon

There are no longer any public school students attending in-person classes in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta. Kuspuk was the last school district to move all of its schools to remote learning, which it did on Nov. 30. The district will re-evaluate whether it can reopen schools on Feb. 6, according to the Facebook page of the Auntie Mary Nicoli Elementary School in Aniak. Kuspuk School Board President Harvey Hoffman confirmed the closure of in-person schooling until February 2021. Superintendent James Anderson did not reply to requests for comment.

Greg Kim was a news reporter for KYUK from 2019-2022.
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