Athletics & Activities

WELCOME to Juneau School District Activities!

For activities-related forms and the JSD Activities Handbook, please see attached documents at the bottom of this page.

Click here for Middle School Activities Information

Activities Program

The Juneau School District offers a wide variety of activities and athletics to help students connect with their school community and academic program; to help meet the leisure, recreational, social, and emotional interests and needs of students; and, to provide opportunities for students to build strong character. Participation in activities/athletics is a privilege extended to students who are willing to adhere to rules and policies governing such participation.

As member schools of the Alaska School Activities Association (ASAA) and Region V, the rules and regulations of these organizations govern us. For Juneau School District policies and rules governing activities see Board Policy (BP) 1430.

District and School Activities Offices Contact Information

Juneau School District Activities Manager Sandi Wagner
907-523-1580 or sandi.wagner@juneauschools.org

JDHS Activities Office, 523-1614
TMHS Activities Office, 780-1910

Concussion Information

The Juneau School District Board of Directors established new policies regarding concussions for all students that comply with Alaska State Mandates. Please view the fact sheet for parents below "Heads Up Concussion", or visit the CDC website at: www.cdc.gov/concussion for more information on concussions.

Links to High School Activities and Athletics pages:

TMHS Activities/Athletics                                  JDHS Activities/Athletics

Mandatory Random Drug Testing for High School Student Athletes

In an effort to support our student athletes and promote a safe and drug free environment in our schools, the Juneau School District Board of Education unanimously passed Board Policy 1432 on October 5, 2009.  This policy puts into place a mandatory random drug testing program for all student athletes.  Students who test positive for illegal drugs, alcohol or tobacco will be deemed ineligible for participation in their sport for the remainder of the season and will be subject to limited participation in other school activities.  This new drug testing process is intended to reinforce the High School Extracurricular Participation Agreement already required and signed by student athletes and their parents or guardians.

For more information on this program:

Middle School Activities