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  • General Facility Rental
    For information regarding general use rental of district facilities, please contact the following:

    Downtown Rentals: 907-523-1761
    Suzanne Ainsworth

    Valley Rentals (including DZ) 907-780-2075
    Mimi Mesdag

    For information regarding use of school kitchens and teaching kitchens See Kitchen Use Information block
  • Auditorium Scheduling/ Building Scheduling
    For information contact Suzanne Ainsworth at 907-523-1761.
Beginning American Sign Language
This class is designed to be a very basic introduction to American Sign Language. It is open to all interested students, high school age through adult. The goal of this class is to define ASL (what it is and isn’t), and to offer those with little or no signing experience an overview of the language. Primarily, American Sign Language is the language of the Deaf; but this class also can have value for those interacting with other populations. The instructor will introduce basic communication strategies for people working with individuals with low language; ranging from people experiencing disabilities, to those working with young children.

Learning the basics of ASL can improve a person’s language ability overall; resulting in greater social awareness and sensitivity. Students will be instructed using a variety of strategies; but team work and interaction with the other students will be an important part of this class. Learning the basics of ASL can be a fun, social experience!

Anita Evans retired from the Juneau School District after 25 years; working as a Paraeducator in Special Education, as well as an Educational Sign Interpreter. She also taught ASL as an adjunct instructor for 6 years at UAS, and has worked as a community interpreter through S.A.I.L.

After learning that her son was Deaf, Anita started learning to sign in 1988 (first through a Community Schools class), and continued on whenever classes were locally available. She graduated from the E.I.C.P. (Educational Interpreter’s Certificate Program) in 2005, and is a current member of AKRID (Alaska Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf).

Class Meets: Wednesday evenings
Dates: January 29, February 5, 12, and 19
Time: 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Location: Thunder Mountain High School
3101 Dimond Park Loop – Room F-111
Class Fee: $36.00
Instructor: Anita Evans

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.

2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.
A Cultured Brunch: Sourdough, Yogurt, and Kefir Saturday, May 2nd & Sunday, May 3rd
Start your days off right with some healthy fermentation “cultures.” In this two-part class you will make sourdough starter and how to cook creatively with it. You will also make yogurt and kefir, two delicious cultures. Milk products are good for digestive health and delicious at your sourdough brunch.

Sarah Lewis, AIA, MSW is the Health, Family, and Community Development Agent for the Juneau District of the University of Alaska Cooperative Extension Service.
NOTE:
A.) PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
Registration, class and supply fees must be received as soon as possible and at the latest April 29th. Registration is not final until all fees are confirmed received.

B.) Student will need to purchase ahead of time and bring to the class: 6 half pint jars.
(Class size is limited to 12 students.)

Dates:
Saturday, May 2 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
AND
Sunday, May 3 from 10:00am to 1:00pm
Location: Juneau-Douglas High School
1639 Glacier Ave. - Room 114
Class Fee: $30.00
Ingredients & Supplies: $19.00
Instructor: Sarah Lewis

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.

2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.
Canning Soups & Sauces Saturday, March 7th
On busy days when you want a quick dinner, it’s wonderful to have jars in the pantry filled with home-cooked soup, stew, and pasta sauce. You grab a family favorite from the pantry, add bread and a salad, and have a home cooked dinner in minutes! In this class you will learn to safely pressure can several soup and sauce recipes for the pantry. This class is for all experience levels.

Sarah Lewis, AIA, MSW is the Health, Family, and Community Development Agent for the Juneau District of the University of Alaska Cooperative Extension Service.


NOTE:
A.) PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
Registration, class and supply fees must be received as soon as possible and at the latest by March 4th. Registration is not final until all fees are confirmed received.
(Class size is limited to 12 students, with a minimum of 6)

B.) Student will need to purchase ahead of time and bring to the class: 12 wide-mouth, half-pint jars.

Date: Saturday, March 7th
Time: 1:00pm to 6:00pm
Location: Juneau-Douglas High School
1639 Glacier Ave. - Room 114
Class Fee: $30.00
Ingredients & Supplies: $34.00
Instructor: Sarah Lewis

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.

2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.
Pickling and Fermenting Saturday, February 15 (Feb. 8 full)
Sauerkraut, kimchi, vinegar, and pickled or fermented vegetables are delicious and all the rage, for good reason! Come learn the basics of lacto-fermentation and vinegar pickling for both homemade snacks and digestive health. This class is for all experience levels.

Sarah Lewis, AIA, MSW is the Health, Family, and Community Development Agent for the Juneau District of the University of Alaska Cooperative Extension Service.


NOTE:
A.) PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
Registration, class and supply fees must be received as soon as possible and at the latest by Wednesday, February 12th. Registration is not final until all fees are confirmed received.
(Class size is limited to 12 students, with a minimum of 6.)

B.) Student will need to purchase ahead of time and bring to the class: 6 wide-mouth, half-pint jars and 2 quart jars.

Date: Saturday, February 15
Time: 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Location: Juneau-Douglas High School, 1639 Glacier Ave. - Room 114
Class Fee: $18.00
Ingredients & Supplies: $24.00
Instructor: Sarah Lewis

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.

2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.
Tai Chi for Beginners
Tai Chi is recognized as a system of exercise suitable for a wide range of ages and physical conditions. The slowness of the exercise promotes balance and leg strength and the smooth peaceful motions provide benefits of stress reduction and lower blood pressure.

Each class will begin with a yoga-like standing posture followed by a short set of qigong movements to reinforce foundational elements of tai chi. Three fourths of the class time will be used learning and experiencing the challenge and beauty of Yang-style tai chi.

Glen Ray’s professional background is in the areas of curriculum development and health promotion. He has been a student of meditation for over 35 years and began incorporating qigong into meditation practice in 1994. In 2006 he began studying tai chi as a way to experience meditative qualities in motion.

Class meets on Mondays and Wednesdays
Dates: February 10 to March 11
Time: 5:30pm to 6:30pm
Location: Thunder Mountain High School
3101 Dimond Park Loop, Teal Commons
Class Fee: $60.00
Instructor: Glen Ray

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.

2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.
Introduction to Junior Roller Derby
The goal of this course is to help young roller derby athletes develop the competencies needed to safely and effectively play the sport. No skating experience necessary! These sessions will provide an overview of the rules, skills and strategies of the game with an emphasis on teamwork, communication and safety. This course is open to youth ages 10-18; older high school students are encouraged to contact the instructor about the special opportunities for young adults in the program. Juniors of all levels and abilities are welcome to enroll to build skill- and confidence.

Margret Thrasher is coaching the Jr. Roller Derby team. She has been skating with Juneau Rollergirls for two years. Other skaters from Juneau Rollergirls may be present to assist. She hopes to help athletes develop derby skills and build their confidence on and off the track.

Required gear: Roller skates, helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards and mouth guard. There is a limited supply of skates and protective equipment that new skaters may try on or make arrangements to borrow for the duration of the course. Please contact board@juneaurollergirls.com to request gear before the class.

Class meets: Thursdays
Dates: January 30 to March 19
(6 classes, no class on Feb. 13 and March 5)
Time: 6:00pm to 7:15pm
Class Fee: $45.00
Location: Marie Drake Gym
1415 Glacier Ave.
Instructors: Juneau Rollergirls

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.

2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.
Learn to Roller Skate 101
Juneau Rollergirls and Community Schools are excited to offer an introduction to roller skating class this fall! No experience necessary – all you need is roller skates, protective gear, a can-do attitude and the desire to learn. Don’t own gear or aren’t sure what you need? Contact recruiter@juneaurollergirls.com or message us at https://www.facebook.com/JuneauRollergirlsInc/, about the possibility of borrowing or trying on gear.

The Introduction to Roller Skating sessions focuses on learning skater stride, falling, stopping, transition, and more with an emphasis on having fun! Whether this is your first time roller skating or just an opportunity to rediscover your love of roller skating, this course is open to skaters of all skill levels. Roller skating is a fun low impact workout for all ages and body types, so let the good times roll! Required gear: Roller skates, helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, and wrist guards.

About the Trainers - Juneau Rollergirls is your local competitive women’s flat track roller derby league and they’ve been bringing roller derby to eager recruits and fans in Juneau (and beyond) since 2010! The organization is an apprentice member of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA.com). The Community Schools classes are coordinated by the coach of Juneau Rollergirls with hands-on assistance from a variety of the top Juneau skaters. Whether the goal is “laughs” or “laps”, skating is best when we skate together!

Meets on the following Sundays:
February 9, 16, 23 and March 1, 8, 15
Time: 2:30pm to 3:45pm
Location: Marie Drake Gym
1415 Glacier Ave.
Class Fee: $45.00
Instructors: Juneau Rollergirls

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.

2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.
Pickleball Skills and Drills
This class is for players who are comfortable with the basics of play and want to improve their skills. Through cooperative and competitive drills, we will build skills in dinking, third shot drops and drives, and working through the transition zone to the NVZ Line. We will also work strategy and accuracy when attacking, playing defense, and teamwork.

Keith Murry is an intermediate pickleball player who is enthusiastic about the game and enjoys introducing it to others.

Location: Marie Drake Building, Gym
1415 Glacier Ave.
Class fee for each session: $24.00


Session #1 – Skills and Drills
Class meets on the following Saturdays:
February 8, 15, 22, 29
Time: 10:30am to 11:30am

Session #2 – Skills and Drills
Class meets on the following Saturdays:
March 7, 14, 21, 28
Time: 10:30am to 11:30am


1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.

2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.
Pickleball for Beginners
Learn to play the fastest growing sport in America. Pickleball is a fun paddle sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong and can be enjoyed by all ages and physical abilities. The rules are simple, and the game is easy for beginners to learn, social, and fun but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.

This class is for those new to the game or who would like to refresh their knowledge of the basics. We will introduce you to the game’s fundamentals, rules, and scoring, with a focus on playing doubles.

Keith Murry is an intermediate pickleball player who is enthusiastic about the game and enjoys introducing it to others.

Location: Marie Drake Building
1415 Glacier Ave., Gym
Class fee for each session: $24.00

Session #1 – Beginner
Meets on the following Saturdays:
February 8, 15, 22, 29
Time: 9:00am to 10:00am

Session #2 – Beginner
Meets on the following Saturdays:
March 7, 14, 21, 28
Time: 9:00am to 10:00am

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.

2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.
Making Bakery Quality Sourdough Bread at Home
In four 1.5 hour sessions, class members will learn how to maintain a sourdough starter (starter included with the class), and how to create European-style loaves that fit into your schedule and do not require kneading. If there is sufficient interest, a session can be added on creating a temperature and humidity controlled box to proof the dough.

Paul McCarthy made his sourdough starter in 1996, using Nancy Silverton’s method. This is the third time Paul has taught this class through Community Schools.

NOTE:
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
Registration and class fees must be received as soon as possible and at the latest Wed., February 19th. Registration is not final until all fees are confirmed received.
(Class size is limited to 10 people.)

Class meets on the following Wednesdays:
February 26, March 4, 18 and 25
Class time: 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Location: Juneau-Douglas High School
1639 Glacier Ave.
Class Fee: $36.00
Instructor: Paul McCarthy

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.

2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.
Fly Casting 101
Fly casting is both beautiful and enjoyable. This two day workshop is about an art that must be mastered to fully enjoy fly fishing. Good casting is not at all intuitive. Unfortunately "self learning" often leads to developing incorrect techniques that can take years to unlearn. Although this workshop is designed for beginning casters, it is open to anyone wishing to work out casting problems and/or learn good techniques to improve their casting.

We will cast indoors for two nights and a total of four hours. Bring your own fly rod so you can learn to cast the fly rod you will be using to fish. This is not required. I will bring a modern graphite rod to share.

Free membership for Raincountry Flyfishers meetings for 2018 will be included in the price of this workshop!

Tony Soltys has fished Juneau's road side waters since 1977 and extensively down south (New England and Florida) and abroad (Christmas Island, Canada and Mexico). He has been President of the Raincountry Flyfishers for over twenty years. His yearly workshops since 1993 have been very well received by a wide range of people including youngsters (accompanied by an adult if under 12). He has introduced many to the wonderful sport of fly fishing.

Option #1 - Tuesday & Thursday: February 4 and 6
Times: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Class Fee: $24.00
Supply Fee: $5.00

Option #2 - Tuesday & Thursday: March 31 and April 2
Time: 7:00 to 9:00pm
Class Fee: $24.00
Supply Fee: $5.00

Both sign up options will take place at:
Floyd Dryden Middle School - GYM
3800 Mendenhall Loop Rd.
Instructor: Tony Soltys

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.

2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.
Fly Fishing 101
Many fly fishers prefer company for safety and to share experiences. It is indeed most enjoyable when shared with others. This course will teach you what you need to know to start on your own, improve your present knowledge, or fish with more experienced fly fishers without being a drag.

Juneau is an absolutely wonderful place to fly fish even if you have never fished before. Our scenic waters are full of char, salmon and trout that anglers "down-south" can only dream about.

In two meetings, I will cover the essential information to get you started fly fishing road side waters in Juneau. We will cover knots, leaders, fly lines, backing, rods and reels-what to use and how to save money and frustration. I will offer unbiased recommendations on your equipment to help you avoid needless cost and frustration and will evaluate presently owned fly rods, reels, and lines on request. Where and when to fish roadside waters, techniques that work, flies to use and fly fishing customs and ethics will be covered. During the workshops, you will have the opportunity to tie and keep the fly I prefer for roadside waters.

You will probably find that catching a salmon or trout on your own fly will give you special satisfaction. By tying the fly yourself, you will know how to customize it to make it more effective for specific situations.

This workshop is most appropriate for anyone considering fly-fishing for the first time but experienced fly fishers seeking local knowledge are also cordially invited. Feel free to call the instructor 860-331-6306 or email TSoltys@aol.com for additional information if needed.
Option #1 – January 28 and 30
Time: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Class Fee: $24.00
Supply Fee: $5.00

Option #2 – February 25 and 27
Time: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Class Fee: $24.00
Supply Fee: $5.00

Location: Thunder Mountain High School, Library
3101 Diamond Park Loop.
Instructor: Tony Soltys (See Fly Casting for instructor information)

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.
2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.
Hoop Dance for Fun and Fitness - Intermediate
This is a 75 minute hula hoop class for people that have taken the hoop class with me before or otherwise have hoop dance experience. Hooping is a fun way to get in some exercise, release stress, build self-efficacy as you learn new things, and get in touch with your creative side!

We will learn new tricks and combos and build sequences together in class. The focus will be on discovering transitions between tricks, building combos and sequences, and letting loose with some free flow.

Hoops can be purchased from instructor (price variable depending on hoop choice; $10-$30, cash or check). Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Kjdiebels@gmail.com

(Beginner class will be available again in the fall).

Kate Diebels grew up in Juneau and recently moved back. Kate started hooping in June 2015 and fell in love with it as a fun, stress-relieving activity that got her moving during a year that she was mostly sitting in front of a computer. Hooping provided her an opportunity to be creative as she learned to flow with her hoop and overcome challenges as she continually learned new tricks. She looks forward to introducing others to the world of hooping.

Class meets on: Mondays
Dates: February 10 to March 16
(6 classes)
Time: 7:15pm to 8:30pm
Location: Glacier Valley Elementary Gym
3400 Tongass Blvd.
Class Fee: $45.00
Supply Fee: As needed (most people have hoops already). Variable pricing depending on hoop.
Instructor: Kate Diebels

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.
2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.
Fencing
Attack! Parry! Want to learn (Olympic/Collegiate-style) competitive fencing? This class is primarily for school aged fencers. There are other options for older fencers; contact Karl directly. If you’ve never fenced and want to learn, or fenced before and want to get back into it, here’s your chance. Beginners will cover basic footwork, attacks, and defense. More experienced fencers will improve basic skills, learn compound attacks, and work on strategy. Club equipment available (loaner gear) or students can purchase their own equipment with instructors help. Please wear sweat pants (no jeans) and gym shoes with good traction. For more information you can search for the “Juneau Fencers” group on Facebook, email: thekarlmarx@cs.com or call Karl at 209-8143.

Karl Marx has been practicing fencing since the early 1980’s. He has held National ratings in foil, epee and sabre, as well as coaching certifications in each weapon from the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. Karl has also practiced other forms of sword fighting such as SCA and Kendo.

Class meets on the following Wednesdays:
February 5, 12, 19, 26 and March 4, 11, 18
Time: 5:00pm to 6:15pm
Location: Marie Drake Gym, 1415 Glacier Ave.
Class fee: $53.00
Instructor: Karl Marx

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.

2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.
Taste of Bellydance
If you want to get your body moving with fun low-impact exercise, join us for this class to learn foundation movements and techniques of Middle Eastern dance (bellydance)! We like to say "if you can walk, you can bellydance". Perfect for absolute beginners or those wanting to brush up on or hone the basics. Participants of this class will learn a beginning choreography.

Madi has been dancing her entire life, and has found a love of bellydance over the last decade. Madi especially appreciates the expressiveness of Middle Eastern Dance, as well as the accessibility it offers to all people. Many moves, while visually impressive, are easily achieved by all bodies with a little practice and some good instruction.

Location: Riverbend Elementary School
2901 Riverside Drive, Gym
Class fee for each session: $12.00

Option #1 – Sunday, February 16
Time: 3:00pm to 5:00pm

Option #2 – Sunday, April 19
Time: 3:00pm to 5:00pm

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.
2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available.
Neuroplasticity and Improving Memory
Many people take memory for granted until we can’t remember something. Yet, making small choices every day can have a big impact on improvingMany people take memory for granted until we can’t remember something. Yet, making small choices every day can have a big impact on improving memory. In this class we will discuss very basic structure and functions of the brain as well as what helps or hinders the formation of memories. Neuroplasticity allows the brain to develop new pathways. Thoughts and activities can modify the brain. There will be an emphasis on using holistic practices for overall health and improved brain functioning.

Learn:
• Why Alzheimer’s Disease is being called Type 3 Diabetes- and how a balanced blood sugar is key for healthy brain function
• How to avoid toxic substances and behaviors that harm the brain
• How memories consolidate during sleep
• Why physical exercise improves brain function
• Brain training games and skills to improve memory
• Healing Touch, tapping acupressure meridians with Emotional Freedom Therapy (EFT), and meditative stress management techniques to help clear and balance energy for health of body, mind, and spirit

Mary Szczepanski, MS, RN has been a nurse for many years in mental health, addiction treatment, education, and holistic nursing. Her private practice is called Healing Touch Alaska. She has published Three books related to Energy Healing: Energy Healing: Reflections on a Journey, a book describing theory and basic techniques, her experiences with energy healing: two fiction books: A Path of Healing and Strands.

Class meets: Wednesdays
Dates: February 12, 19 and 26
Time: 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Location: Harborview Elementary, Library
Class Fee: $36.00
Instructor: Mary Szczepanski RN, MS,Certified Holistic Nurse & Certified Healing Touch Practitioner and Instructor

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.

2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.
Zumba Gold
Zumba Gold. This class is perfect for older adults, large bodied and less active people who are looking for a modified Zumba dance class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination. It’ll make Wednesday the best day of the week!

Scott McAdams has been a certified Zumba instructor for five years. Scott brings his enthusiasm and excellent teaching skills to the dance floor. Scott returns for his fifth class session with Community Schools! Come on out and have some fun!

Class meets: Wednesdays
Class time: 6:15pm to 7:15pm
Dates: February 5 to March 18
(7 classes)
Location: Marie Drake Gym
1415 Glacier Ave.
Class Fee: $42.00
Instructor: Scott McAdams

1.) Please click on the registration block located at the top of the web page to register for this class.

2.) Registration will not be considered complete without payment.
Payment options:
*Credit and debit card payments can be made by calling Suzanne at 523-1761.
*Check payments are accepted if received before the class begins. Make checks payable to Juneau Community Schools and mail to:
JSD, Community Schools
10014 Crazy Horse Dr.
Juneau, AK 99801

3.) No refunds available after the first day of class.