11-11 Back Collage

11-11 Back Collage

Celebrating 100 years of learning in Anchorage

Celebrating 100 years of learning in Anchorage

Friendships were rekindled and memories revisited this fall as Anchorage Independent School welcomed alumni to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the school in eastern Jefferson County.

far left: This unidentified father and daughter from Florida pinpointed their residence on a map that allowed visitors to mark where alumni now live around the country. The map is just outside the Carolyn Siler Browning Auditorium, renamed and dedicated during the weekend events.

Above left: Teacher Kathy Lewis and Anchorage residence Heidi Hilliard examine articles of student artwork displayed in the school’s media center. Students captured current themes as well as images that are part of the school’s century of teaching and learning.

Bottom left: Superintendent Don Cravens and Assistant Principal Pabby Hayes greeted visitors who toured hallways filled with historic memorabilia, decade by decade, about the school. Those who turned out enjoyed sporting events and a family picnic as part of the celebration.

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