End of Year Appreciation Message
With the end of the year in sight, I am writing this message of sincere thanks
As we approach the last day of the 2021-22 school year, I want to take a moment to recognize so many accomplishments. On behalf of the Juneau School District, congratulations to the Class of 2022 and to all of our students who are promoting to the next level this coming year. Thank you to the dedicated staff and to the wonderful families who have helped us get to this point after an unusual few years. We are so grateful to be able to celebrate together once again.
While we have much to be thankful for here in Juneau, our thoughts are with families in Texas who are dealing with unimaginable tragedy this week. In reflecting on our own safety and security measures, we are so appreciative of the partnership between the Juneau School District, Juneau Police Department (JPD) and Capital City Fire Rescue. These agencies are involved in our schools in so many important ways throughout the school year. Our first responders prioritize school safety and are quick to answer when called and engage in proactive measures to enhance the safety of our students and staff.
JPD officers contribute to our schools on a daily basis: teaching classroom health and safety lessons, running the DARE and Juneau Police Cadet programs, keeping school traffic zones safe, visiting classrooms, attending events and student celebrations, participating in drills, supporting emergency preparedness threat assessment efforts, and so much more.
A special thank you to the JPD officers who are spending additional time in and around our schools this week. We appreciate their attendance at the 2022 graduation ceremonies and end of year school events. Increased patrols in our community help everyone enjoy a safer graduation weekend each year. JPD presence contributes to the positive and supportive community we strive to create as part of a safe learning environment in our schools.
I am extraordinarily grateful to our families, staff, school board, and community for their contributions this school year. I couldn’t be prouder to be a part of the work in Juneau to support and nurture our youth.
In partnership—Superintendent Weiss
Summer Lunch at Shepherd of the Valley begins June 6th. Kids ages 18 and younger are invited to drop in for free lunch and activities from Noon to 1:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The church is located at 4212 Mendenhall Loop Road. Call 907-789-4093 for more info.
This is a drop in program, not childcare.
District Office Information
District Office Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Physical Address: 1208 Glacier Avenue Juneau, Alaska
Mailing Address: 10014 Crazy Horse Drive Juneau, Alaska
Phone: (907) 523-1700
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