Tikigaq School

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Counselor's Corner


    Posted by Susan Nedza at 9/16/2016 10:00:00 PM

    We have a new, official school facebook page.  Please like the page to stay up to date.

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    Posted by Susan Nedza at 9/5/2016 12:00:00 PM

    Attendance is our big focus. Please help us get every child to school every day on time! We know that student's who attend every day are more likely to learn and grow to reach the next grade and the ultimate goal of GRADUATION. This starts in Preschool and continues each year.

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    Posted by Susan Nedza at 9/5/2016 12:00:00 PM

    Please click here to see information from the counseling office for all grade levels.



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  • PBIS

    Posted by Susan Nedza at 9/5/2016 12:00:00 PM

    You will hear more about PBIS as the year goes on. Here are the areas that we are focusing on:




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School Hours

Tikiġaq School Schedule

ECE 3              

12:30 pm-2:30 pm

ECE 4              

8:30 am-11:30 am 


8:30 am-2:30 pm

Grades 1 - 5

8:30am–3:00 pm

Grades 6 - 12



Wednesday Early Release

ECE 3 




Grades 1 - 5

8:30am-2:30 pm

Grades 6 - 12


Welcome to Tikigaq School!

Welcome to the Tikigaq School, home of the Harpooners and Harpoonerettes. We are the farthest northwest in Alaska. Linda Jolly is our principal and Lillian Aanauraq Lane Johnson is the Dean of Students. We have 236 students enrolled and 35 employees. We have Early Childhood Education to high school. We invite you to our school at anytime to come and visit your children, or come to talk to us about any concerns that you may have. Our phone numbers are (907)368-2662, 368-2663, and 368-2664.

Tikigaq is changing rapidly, and so is the way of life. We encourage our teachers to join us in the community events and also to take part in them.  Tikigaq is known as a whaling community and does their whale hunt during the spring. Many of our children take part during the whaling season and enjoy learning new things as they progress in their status in the whaling crew. We encourage the elders, as well as local people, to come and share a story of whaling, caribou hunting, hunting squirrels or any tales or legends that might have been shared with them. The students and staff would love to have you come and share.

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