The change was a response to the COVID-19 alert Gov. Mike Dunleavy sent to Alaskans Thursday morning.
With the state currently at a high-risk level and holidays coming up, the superintendent said the district’s plans may change.
Bartlett’s emergency department has treated an unprecedented number of kids experiencing high levels of stress, thoughts of self-harm and suicide attempts over the past seven months.
JSD Superintendent Bridget Weiss is attending the meeting to discuss the incremental start of in-person classes among pre-school and kindergarten students this week.
Superintendent Bridget Weiss says the loss is due to the district losing nearly 11% of its enrolled students.
Hot serve favorites include French toast, breakfast omelet taco and oatmeal for breakfast. The lunch menu includes cheeseburger, burritos and grilled chicken burgers.
A former Juneau mayor and retired high school government teacher found himself on the other side of this issue from his former student, who’s campaigning for the bond package.
This is the latest proposal to come forward as the city continues to struggle with the lack of affordable childcare options.
Seven candidates for Juneau Assembly will answer questions about local issues, followed by two candidates for school board.
Superintendent Bridget Weiss says there appears to be a 10% drop in enrollment off of what was forecast in the spring. Among the remaining students, hundreds opted into the district’s home school program.