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Clark's Point School will reopen on August 21. It has been closed for five years because it did not meet the 10-student minimum enrollment set by the state. Thirteen students are registered for this school year.

This August an orientation will be held at the Bristol Inn for those in Dillingham interested in the Rural Cap Elder Mentor Program. 

The Rural Alaska Community Action Program was founded in 1965.  It’s a private, statewide nonprofit that aims to improve the quality of life for low-income Alaskans.  The organization created the Elder Mentor Program in the hopes of providing some financial assistance to low income Alaskans and help school children with their school work.