Superintendent Bridget Weiss said the school district will focus on ventilation in buildings and encouraging people to stay home if they are sick.
Barring write-in candidates, all five incumbents seeking reelection to the Juneau Assembly and Juneau Board of Education are running unopposed.
The extension is meant to allow the board to review the results of its third-party investigation before renewing the contract for the full year.
Juneau Police, the state Department of Environmental Conservation, the District Attorney’s office and NANA are all investigating the incident.
The district did not say who delivered the pallet of floor sealant.
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.
From cake-pop pig heads to edible dinosaur cakes, the Thunder Mountain High School library was sweeter than usual on Tuesday.
Juneau’s two public high schools saw an increase in new COVID-19 cases following their proms. Masks were optional at both events.
After more than an hour of public testimony from parents, students and educators with different viewpoints, the board voted unanimously to bring back a mask-optional policy.