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The lawsuit claimed negligence.
School district lost six counselors in recent years.
It would augment, not replace, the current name.
It should be ready by next school year.
There’s a chance this Saturday.
The estimate was within seven students.
The school has changed substantially since it was first built.
Meetings will be open to the public.
It’s easy to say, “I support education.” Every politician in this hemisphere shouts it from the rooftops — and most of the time, all they… Continue reading
Group will examine city’s role in child care and gauge public opinion.
Update: The hours have changed for early voting at the Mendenhall Mall Annex for the statewide election on Nov. 6. Starting Oct. 22, early voting… Continue reading
Three new members of the City and Borough of Juneau Board of Education took their seats at a Tuesday meeting at Thunder Mountain High School… Continue reading
It’s official. Beth Weldon is Juneau’s new mayor.
Breakfast on Friday was served with a check for $24,000.
Students at Sayéik Gastineau Community School rummaged through trash at a school assembly on Friday. A shark, a dolphin, a salmon and a warrior looked… Continue reading
What is Chicago doing that Alaska is not?
Candidates circled back to educational topics during the first public forum of election season.
During the first public forum of election season, the City and Borough of Juneau Assembly candidates kept circling back to the topic of improving education.… Continue reading
The MATCH program helps people begin their education with a job in mind and then build skills that relate to that job.
For the first time since 2015, no ballot initiatives will go before voters in this fall’s municipal election.