It certainly sounds like you have had some experience in the Bush, but don't presume to know too much when interviewing. There are many different regions and cultures in rural Alaska. Districts and villages may look somewhat alike on the surface, but there are definite differences that you will discover when actually living in those places. Alaska is a very large, surprisingly diverse state.
Although there are some districts and villages where village elders work closely with the school district to teach traditional knowledge and cultural aspects, including hunting, trapping, harvesting of natural resources and so on, I don't think this is something that most teachers are expected or able to do. Most districts put more emphasis on teacher skills and experiences that will focus on academic instruction for their students. Outdoor skills might be of interest in some specific schools or locations, but they are going to be looking at you primarily as a teacher candidate in the traditional sense. Having diverse interests and skills that you can leverage to engage students, or make connections with traditional knowledge is always a bonus, though.
There used to be a competency-based "Exit Exam" for secondary students, but it was repealed a couple of years ago.
The Alaska Department of Education has standards that are essentially a slightly customized offshoot of the Common Core standards in the core areas. There are standards in other areas, as well, but the recent standards emphasis - with a new commissioner and new statewide testing program being constructed for this spring by a new vendor - is not yet clear to me. I'd visit the state's Alaska Standards site for more info as things develop. Each district will have it's own curriculum, as there is no statewide curriculum adoption or textbook list. Alaska Standards
- Alaska Department of Educationhttps://education.alaska.gov/akstandards/
You also may want to visit the ATP page we update fairly often about some of the recent changes here:Alaska Teacher Placement - Teaching in Alaskahttp://alaskateacher.org/teaching_in_alaska.php
Hope this helps.