My name is Shannon Johnson-Nanalook and I am from Iliamna. I have been on the board since 2014 and absolutely love being able to serve, protect and empower our greatest resource, our children. I chose to run for the board in 2013 when a vacancy came up and I felt that I was a valuable asset to our district who could contribute to serving as a volunteer and advocate in ensuring our children have access to the high quality education and opportunities. I am married to my college sweetheart, mother of four daughters and always on the go living life and making memories. My favorite things to do are enjoying the outdoors going ice fishing, berry picking, splitting salmon, and learning about my Athabascan Koyukon Denaina Culture. My goals are to get my Masters degree in Rural Development/Social Work and continue to be active in the community and help make a difference for all our students in the LPSD.
I'm Austin Shangin, a 1997 LPSD Graduate from Perryville School. I currently reside in Perryville, AK. I am a commercial fisherman from Perryville and fish out of Chignik Bay in the summers. In the winter I'm a part time heavy equipment operator for the Native Village of Perryville. If I'm not fishing, you can find me in the fields hunting game from ptarmigan to moose.
I had gotten involved with school decision making during my high school years being on my local school student government and the district wide student government.
I enjoy doing being on the LPSD Board and thank you for your support over the years.
Stacy Hill was born and raised on Long Island, New York and moved to Anchorage with her husband Karl after receiving her degree in Dental Hygiene from the University of Farmingdale. She worked in private practice for over 20 years, and in 2010 she and Karl moved to Igiugig with their two children Kaleb and Kaylee.
In Igiugig, Stacy works as the Environmental Director for the village council, as well as part time work for Iliamna Lake Contractors, and Iliaska Environmental, while continuing her work in dental hygiene. Her passion for education has driven her to volunteer endlessly to Igiugig School, and to eventually run for the School Board to promote the importance of culture and community as the heartbeat of the school.