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She’s been at the middle school for 16 years now.
Districts will plan for how to safely continue education.
They served more than 60,000 meals in two months.
Family-oriented learned will lead this spring.
Stricken authors include Maya Angelou and F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Teachers work with students and families to support each other.
She’s a Juneau native and a veteran of the school district.
The district has served more than 16,000 meals in the last month.
Unsettled times lead to a unique opportunity for teacher.
Teaching remotely is a whole different animal from teaching in person.
The budget is stretched tighter and tighter.
The results of the testing have not been released.
JSD’s tiered approach will reduce risk, superintendent says
The school board and members of the Legislature came together to thank some outstanding educators.
Glacier Valley staff talk about a different way of teaching and healing.
The national winner will be announced in the spring.
“I don’t want to be Big Brother.”
Auke Bay teacher wins national recognition.
Cybersecurity was on the public’s mind
The funding request now goes to the city.