Cordova music students have distinguished themselves with their recent achievements, writes Chelsea Corrao.
Cordova’s Lady Wolverines launch the 2019-20 basketball season on the road against Palmer on Jan. 3-4, followed by SuValley on Jan. 5-6.
Crafts at Mt. Eccles Elementary School usually involve paste, glitter and construction paper. Friday, Dec. 20, a new ingredient was added: light.
On Dec. 7, the CHS Wolverines Robotics teams traveled to Wasilla for the Alaska FIRST Technical Challenge Southcentral regional qualifiers, competing against 20 teams from central Alaska.
Cordova High schoolers helped Mt. Eccles Elementary students create handmade gifts for the holidays after school, Tuesday, Dec. 17.
Hydroponic seedlings. Photo courtesy of Teal BarmoreSecond grade students at Mt. Eccles Elementary shifted in their seats with wonder...
A young Cordova Wolverine volleyball team finished the season with an 8-4 conference record, and placed third at the regional playoffs at Cook Inlet Academy on Nov. 21-23.
Last month the CHS Robotics freshman team attended their first competition on Nov. 23 at a Southcentral league meet to compete against 16 other teams from Anchorage, Wasilla, Kodiak and Seward.
“As adults, we tend to use words like ‘respect’ like, ‘Be respectful! That was disrespectful!’ but without letting the kids know what that actually means,” Principal Gayle Groff said. “They’re going to have a lot better chance of being respectful if they understand what being respectful looks like.”
The Cordova Junior High boys swept an exciting basketball series with the Valdez Huskies, writes Dick Shellhorn.