Dillingham City School District Senate votes to require physical activity at school By Molly Dischner • Apr 15, 2016 Molly Dischner/KDLG News Everyone agrees that kids need to move, but some educators are concerned about a bill that would mandate physical activity at school every day. Koliganek, Dillingham school principals to depart at the end of the year By Hannah Colton • Mar 24, 2016 Kevin Tennyson Bill Schwan is heading to Wrangell after four years at DHS, and Cody McCanna is leaving after 15 years in Koliganek to head a charter school in Kenai. Dillingham School Board to consider draft FY '17 budget By Hannah Colton • Feb 23, 2016 The proposal would cut four full-time teachers, among other things. The school board will also consider a separate version of the budget without the MAP school. Parents, educators join school board in grappling with grim budget options By Hannah Colton • Feb 9, 2016 KDLG With lawmakers weeks away from passing the state education budget, Dillingham City School District is trying to plan for good, bad, and ugly budget scenarios for FY 2017. State to replace unpopular AMP test by next school year By Hannah Colton • Jan 28, 2016 Skip Gray/360 North In a surprise announcement Tuesday, the Department of Ed says students will take AMP just once more, while the state starts the process of choosing a new test. Lady Wolverines, Angels advance to semi-finals in state volleyball By Hannah Colton • Dec 3, 2015 Hannah Colton/KDLG Update: Dillingham beat Tok and Bristol Bay bested Hooper Bay Thursday, advancing both teams to the semi-finals Friday. AMP results: BBBSD students surpass statewide rates By Hannah Colton • Nov 13, 2015 Less than half of Alaskan students "meet standards" for English language arts and math, according to results of the new AMP test.