Like many around the country, Juneau’s recent high school graduates have had to navigate online classes, separation from their peers and a socially-distant graduation ceremony without precedent.
While Alaska’s rallies and protests have remained peaceful some Alaskans have reported instances of intimidation, backlash, or resistance. More demonstrations are planned for this weekend.
The state has set up a task force to look into how to reintegrate visits to nursing homes. But a timeline is still unknown.
The risk survey also reported an increase in mental health distress among high school students. One in five (19%) of students surveyed reported having attempted suicide at least once.
“You get to me by using data. You don’t get to me by using emotion or threats. You ask her a question, she’s all facts,” said Gov. Dunleavy about Anne Zink.
A gag a day keeps the virus away — or, at least it’ll brighten up your day.
Juneau-based life coach Brandee Gerke frames her coaching strategies around what she calls a “resilience mindset,” or the capacity to navigate change and adversity.
Psychotherapist Dr. Elaine Schroeder explores ways to maintain mental wellness during the pandemic and social isolation.
At local clinics and hospitals, doctors are fielding lots of questions about coronavirus. Many say they’re counseling patients to take COVID-19 seriously, but not to panic.
For decades, the Anchorage School District has prioritized social and emotional learning in the classroom. Increasingly, educators say those skills are critical for academic success.