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Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
Trapper School: Trapper Trails
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  • 1. T TRAPPER TRAILS CAREER TARGETS FOR NUIQSUT YOUTH Walking The Line School Assembly Recognizing Outstanding Attendance, Effort and Attitude.
  • 2. T Bill Gates: Our high schools are obsolete. Our high schools were designed 50 years ago to meet the needs of another age. Until we design them to meet the needs of the 21st century, we will keep limiting--even ruining--the lives of millions of Americans every year.
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  • 4. T DID YOU KNOW? • For every 50 Alaska 9th graders... • 19 fail to graduate from high school • 17 finish high school, but don’t go on to college • 5 go on to college, but do not complete a degree after six years • 6 remain in college, but do not complete a degree after 6 years
  • 5. T RESULTS • At 17.3% Alaska has the 2nd highest unemployment rate in the nation for those without high school diplomas. • An Alaskan with only a high school diploma is four times more likely to be incarcerated as one with at least some college.
  • 6. T TRAPPER TRAILS VOC-TEC COLLEGE A major challenge CULTURAL KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS facing policy LEADERSHIP & CHARACTER EDUCATION makers in Alaska is to break down the cultural N W barriers to college and career education by changing Our students must deeply entrenched learn how to live in beliefs and perceptions. two worlds. *Students may change trails with completion of a career assessment test.
  • 7. T GRADES 7-8 and this is our answer.... INTRODUCE SUCCESS HIGHWAYS---the trail to a better future for middle/junior high students. A research based program that builds trusting relationships between the educators and his/her students based on their mutual goal of success. The student becomes vested in the process of education and is able to tackle a rigorous curriculum leading to increased graduation rates, higher grades, and better test scores. Most important, students will gain a better understanding of what they want to be when they grow up and be able to positively contribute to their community.
  • 8. T GRADES 9-10 Preparation for HSGQE Exam Life Skills Curriculum Tied To Inupiat Values ( Culture Camp) Job Readiness Skills Identify Career Trails by end of 10th grade. Career Portfolio Completed
  • 9. T GRADES 11-12-13-14 Vocational-Technical Internships with local businesses and institutions. Dual Credit AP Classes with regional, state and online sources. Completion of a Job Readiness Certificate with a Specialty Endorsement.
  • 10. T PARTNERS • TRAPPER SCHOOL NSBSD & NSB ILISAGVIK COLLEGE ALASKA JOB CORPS ALASKA DEPT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT NATIVE VILLAGE OF NUIQSUT CITY OF NUIQSUT KUUKPIK CORPORATION ASRC NORTH SLOPE OIL COMPANIES AIRLINES UA
  • 11. Possible Funding and/or Resources T NSBSD/NSB Federal, state and private grants. Kuukpik Corporation City of Nuiqsut Native Village of Nuiqsut ASRC Oil Companies Chevron BP CP Shell ENI Pioneer Carlisle Shipping Northern Air Cargo Frontier Air/AK Air Brooks Range Nanuq Inc. Bill Gates Foundation Wells Fargo Rasmussen Foundation
  • 12. LOCATION T TRAPPER SCHOOL VOC-TEC ROOM AND MISC. CLASSROOMS: Room 133 (Bi Lingual) Room 137 (Success Highways) Room 146 (Athletic Room) Room 147 (Computer Lab) Kuukpik B & B--Future Name/Trapper Cabin? City Search/Rescue Building - Auto Shop Participants/ Session: Total Students 12-15
  • 13. T INSTRUCTORS TRAPPER SCHOOL VOC-TEC TEACHER FAMILY & YOUTH COUNSELOR REGULAR ED TEACHERS VILLAGE INSTRUCTORS OIL COMPANY INSTRUCTORS AIRLINE INSTRUCTORS
  • 14. T • TRAPPER TRAILS SCHEDULE MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY READING, WRITING, MATH, SCIENCE SUCCESS HIGHWAYS* JOB READINESS EMPHASIS* BASIC LIFE SKILLS * FIRST AID/CPR/SWIMMING * SUBSISTENCE SKILLS * LEADERSHIP AND CHARACTER ED * DRIVER’S ED/CDL * * REQUIRED CLASSES
  • 15. T POSSIBLE COURSES (BASED ON LOCAL NEEDS) PROCESS TECHNOLOGY WELDING BASIC LIFE SKILLS * FIRST AID/CPR/SWIMMING * SUBSISTENCE SKILLS * LEADERSHIP AND CHARACTER ED * SMALL ENGINE REPAIR BASIC ELECTRICAL PIPE FITTING/PIG TECHNOLOGY INTRO TO AVIATION CAREERS BUILDING TRADES PLUMBING INTRO TO MEDICAL CAREERS INTRO TO CHILD CARE DRIVER’S ED/CDL * BUSINESS AND OFFICE MANAGEMENT FOOD SERVICE * = REQUIRED COURSES
  • 16. INVEST IN THE FUTURE “Vocationally Responsible Schools” Sustainability, local control and maintaining a stable-healthy workforce will be critical for the success of this program. Please join us Wednesday, April 22 at 10:00 am, for a forum on “Vocationally Responsible Schools” at Trapper School in Nuiqsut. We have detailed proposals ready for committed financial partners. Agenda: 9:00-10:00 am Registration--Room 137 10:00-10:30 Introduction-Al Sokaitis 10:30-11:00 Success Highways-Steven Manuel 11:00-11:10 Questions-Feedback 11:10-11:45 Trapper Trails-Bart Mwarey and Al Strack 11:45-12:15 Questions-Feedback 12:15-1:00pm Lunch-School Cafeteria 1:00-1:15 Eskimo Ballad-Room 137 1:15-1:30 Case Study-NACTEC 1:30-1:45 Questions-Feedback 1:45-2:00 School Tour 2:00-3:15 Work Sessions 3:15-3:30 Conclusion- Drawing
  • 17. NATIONAL CAREER READINESS CERTIFICATE !" The State of Alaska awards a GOLD National Career Readiness Certificate to Joseph P. Sample In recognition of verified skills in Applied Mathematics, Locating Information, and Reading for Information Certificate #J102E3SAMPLE Issue Date 6/30/08
  • 18. Happy Trails
  • 19. WORK SESSIONS ORGANIZATION________________________________________________________ YOUR NAME AND TITLE_________________________________________________ ADDRESS_____________________________________________________________ WORK PHONE_________________________________________________________ CELL PHONE__________________________________________________________ EMAIL________________________________________________________________ • HOW CAN YOU HELP? • INSTRUCTION • JOBS • MONETARY GOAL $386,000 • $10,000________ $20,000________$30000________$50,000________ • $_________ • NUIQSUT TRAPPER SCHOOL, PO BOX 167, C/O AL STRACK, NUIQSUT, AK 99789 • 907 480 6712------AL.STRACK@NSBSD.ORG • COMMENTS:_________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________
  • 20. Summary • How can we pull together the outstanding cultural, political,business and educational institutions and resources of the North Slope to provide a state of the art Career and Vocational/Technical program for NSBSD students?

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