Later this month, Weiss will be honored at the upcoming Alaska Superintendents Association Fall Conference. She will also be a candidate representing Alaska for the 2022 National Superintendent of the Year.
A woman who was initially diagnosed with COVID-19 in Juneau recently died while receiving care outside of the city.
City officials expect the facility to be ready for the 2022 year’s local election. For now, Juneau’s election officials are relying on Anchorage for a secure facility and equipment to count ballots.
It’s the right time for either planting fast-growing lettuce and radishes or slower-growing swiss chard and mustard greens.
A low wall partially encircling the memorial that was part of the original design was added. A small shelter was moved next to the playground at Riverside Rotary Park and a large pavilion was just built.
It’s a method used to reduce symptoms in patients with early-stage COVID infections. The idea is that antibodies support the immune system as it defends against the virus.
Much like mitigation measures in the outside world, strategies for preventing the spread of COVID-19 in schools are ever-changing. Juneau School District Superintendent Bridget Weiss gives an update on what the district is doing to keep its students and staff healthy.
The city reported 80 new cases Tuesday — 79 residents and one nonresident.
An oscillating fan will also help distribute the pollen in a greenhouse, and extra heat will help extend the growing season.
September is also Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and one Juneau nonprofit wants people to know they’re not alone.