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Ms. Hawley’s Classroom Edit display name

  • Tikigaq School
  • Point Hope, AK
  • More than half of students from low‑income households

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This year, we moved to the North Slope of Alaska to teach Inupiaq students. It was a joy to discover that my students are fantastic learners! They are eager to learn and work hard all week long. The Inupiaq culture are subsistence hunters, which includes my students. They hunt caribou, walrus, seal, bearded seal, rams (mountain goats), and many types of fish throughout the year. The largest mammal they hunt is the bowhead whale during the winter, near the end of school. Speaking of winter, it usually snows from October to April. My students are accustomed to the dark! The sun will go down in mid-November and won't come up till almost February. We will have many activities inside because of the below zero temperatures. These kids deserve so much!

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This year, we moved to the North Slope of Alaska to teach Inupiaq students. It was a joy to discover that my students are fantastic learners! They are eager to learn and work hard all week long. The Inupiaq culture are subsistence hunters, which includes my students. They hunt caribou, walrus, seal, bearded seal, rams (mountain goats), and many types of fish throughout the year. The largest mammal they hunt is the bowhead whale during the winter, near the end of school. Speaking of winter, it usually snows from October to April. My students are accustomed to the dark! The sun will go down in mid-November and won't come up till almost February. We will have many activities inside because of the below zero temperatures. These kids deserve so much!

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