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Teaching artists needed, mystical music group comes to town
High schoolers have a chance to get involved.
Juneau schools get first snow day since 2011
Decision comes after a foot of snowfall.
JDHS student arrested for ‘terroristic threatening’ for bringing BB gun to school
The 16-year-old girl has been charged with a felony.
Juneau School District has a new permanent superintendent
She’s an alumna.
Program makes hunger take a winter break
It’s hip to 3 Square.
Juneau School District in the running for grant that ‘saves lives’
School district lost six counselors in recent years.
Students working to add Tlingit name to Juneau-Douglas High School
It would augment, not replace, the current name.
School food drives exceed expectations
Teachers, students alike were impressed with turnout.
Elementary school getting new, accessible equipment
It should be ready by next school year.
Public invited to weigh in on superintendent search
There’s a chance this Saturday.
School enrollment is lower, almost exactly as expected
The estimate was within seven students.
Juneau elementary school celebrates 50th anniversary
The school has changed substantially since it was first built.
Three join school board, new superintendent search starts
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
Election results finalized
It’s official. Beth Weldon is Juneau’s new mayor.
Soft skills, hard work: health care interns with disabilities learn the ropes of work life
> On a Friday at noon, the maze of hallways, staircases and corridors at Bartlett Regional Hospital is a hive of activity. Just getting around… Continue reading
Donation keeps free school breakfast going
Breakfast on Friday was served with a check for $24,000.
Juneau schools launch Ocean Guardian program to combat marine mess
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
School Board candidates talk priorities during forums
The candidates have a great deal of common ground but all bring different perspectives to the board.
Juneau, state test scores rise from 2017
Alaska students improved in the state’s standardized testing program, but fewer than half are proficient in math, science and English. According to figures released Wednesday… Continue reading