This was the third year that the center has hosted an in-person Youth Pride Party.
Juneteenth marks the day in 1865 that Texas slaves finally learned they were free, two years after the Emancipation Proclamation.
The district did not say who delivered the pallet of floor sealant.
The group will get 10 extra days to collect more signatures as city election officials continue work through the signature validation process.
Some toddlers were shy. Others were ready for an audience.
Students have been practicing the new name for months. It was proposed to the district Board of Education in April.
Superintendent Bridget Weiss said boxes containing pouches of milk and boxes containing pouches of floor sealant were delivered on the same pallet.
There are over a dozen Pride events planned for the month of June in Juneau.
Juneau School District officials say 12 children and two adults drank the sealant.
“We absolutely do feel safer,” one plant manager said about having overdose prevention resources on hand.