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There is debate about whether local or national experts are preferred for investigation.
Investigation of floor sealant being served at summer youth program being reviewed by prosecutors
Food company admits missteps; school board seeks 3rd-party investigator.
Company that served chemical sealant to children to face Juneau’s school board at special meeting
“That’s when the beginning of this mismatch began,” she said.
Renaming elementary school approved by Juneau Board of Education after a long debate.
Investigation is underway.
Sitting astride a pandemic, these seniors have had an interesting four years.
199% increase in COVID-19 cases the past two weeks has some concerned about lack of mandates.
School board unanimously waives normal rules and votes to end brief return to mandated masks.
Announcement follows a change in CDC COVID-19 community level.
Ordinarily parents aren’t thrilled to get a call from the principal…
The kindness squad has a big job to do.
Mix and mask: Administrators, students say ‘variety of strategies’ working well with masking optional
“It seems to be going very well,” said Juneau School District Superintendent Bridget Weiss.
Further consideration of Kaxdigoowú Héen Elementary School comes next month.
“Mid-range” forecast shows over 1,000-student reduction by 2032.
With federal funding ending, full-priced school lunches could be on the menu for many students next year
District hopes to continue to offer free breakfast, “reasonably priced” lunches.
The school board will vote on the name change in April.
A little breathing room.