News
Juneau School District
CBJ SUBSIDY FOR RALLY PROGRAM

The Juneau School District (JSD) and City and Borough of Juneau (CBJ) are pleased to offer families a childcare option for full day K-5 RALLY programming while school is operating in distance learning.

As a result of the unprecedented impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the CBJ Assembly authorized emergency funding under Emergency Appropriation Resolution No. 2906 to support the full day K-5 RALLY Program operated by JSD. This grant is to be used to offset a portion of the monthly cost for RALLY. The resolution authorizes temporary funding through December 30, 2020.

CBJ Subsidy . a. All families with children enrolled in RALLY will have a net expense after the subsidy of no more than $515 per child per month. b. Families who receive child-care assistance through state, tribal or federal partners, are eligible for grant funding to cover the remaining expense ($515 minus the subsidy = remaining expense covered by grant). Families need to provide records of the subsidy received so that the remaining expense can be calculated. c. Families who are eligible for child-care assistance but have not completed the application process are eligible for a one time grant reducing the monthly payment per child by 50% (or $257.50 per child), to allow time for the application to be processed. Families need to provide application records or a certification that they have applied.

Enrollment Prioritization In order to assure that families with higher need have access to the K-5 RALLY program, enrollment priorities shall apply. Priority will be given to parents working during school hours to ensure that children are not left at home alone and parents are able to return to work. Each family will fill out an enrollment survey form as part of registration.  

Locations and Hours RALLY is currently operating at Harborview, Glacier Valley and Riverbend Elementary Schools; Monday through Friday from 7:30am – 5:30 pm. Enrollment will be continuous throughout the school year and will include most days school is not in session. Due to the nature of the coronavirus, RALLY will no longer be able to offer part time schedules to families. This is to insure the safety of each student cohort group.

Distance Learning Students will be grouped in small cohorts by age and will remain with their cohort at all times. Students will participate in virtual classroom meetings with their teachers during the RALLY day and will be given time to do classwork and homework. RALLY staff will supervise students during online learning and assist wherever possible.

FOOD Program at RALLY In coordination with Juneau School District Food Service Program, all students attending RALLY can receive free breakfast and lunch. RALLY also provides an afternoon snack.

COVID-19 Mitigation RALLY follows state and local requirements for providing a safe and comfortable environment for students. Each family is asked to follow screening procedures before entry into RALLY each day. Students are required to wear masks.

Registration For more details please refer to the RALLY contract, parent handbook and the RALLY calendar in the registration packet - click on the RALLY block on the homepage.

Please contact RALLY via email at rally@juneauschools.org if you have any questions.

RALLY
Juneau School District
Welcome back to RALLY- 22/23 REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

RALLY has been a part of family life here in Juneau for several decades either as RALLY or as Community Schools Latchkey Program. I recently found an article in a professional archive that referenced Latchkey as far back as 1984 and we were well established at that time! One thing I am certain of through all of RALLY’s history is that relationships are the main ingredient that creates a safe and welcoming environment for students to grow and thrive. This is why I am excited to give you RALLY’s new identity. RALLY now stands for “Relationships and Leadership, Learning for Youth”. This puts RALLY’s regard for relationships in the forefront, right where it should be. Relationships are important to all of us. Our relationship with ourselves, our family, and our friends; relationships with teachers, school, and the community. Of all of the learning that RALLY supports, relationships and its cousin leadership are core parts of our mission. It’s our relationships that help us grow and reach our potential. Welcome to RALLY!

Very limited summer scholarships are available for qualified students. Contact the RALLY Supervisor for more information. (907) 796-5385

Juneau School District
Updates: Floor Sealant Incident at RALLY

To Summer RALLY Families,

Here is some updated information and details related to the incident that occurred on June 14th, and some of the corrective action that has already been taken.

First, we again apologize for the stress and disruption the incident involving floor sealant caused our RALLY families.

Here are a few key pieces of information that may be helpful to you; some are repetitive, and some may be new information:

1.       There were 13 children who ingested some floor sealant.

2.       In the initial calls to families, it seems that it was shared that it was “paint thinner.” This was inaccurate, and we aren’t sure why that was misstated.

3.      The actual item was floor sealant, and all 13 families were sent the fact sheet related to this chemical's health and safety impacts.

4.      We know that the chemical (in a large pouch inside a cardboard box with a nozzle) was stored in the wrong warehouse for over a year.  The pallet holding these boxes was near milk sources that were appropriately stored at the warehouse. The chemicals were contained on a separate pallet, not mixed on the same pallet with any milk products.

5.      On the morning of June 14th, NANA employees picked up the sealant from the warehouse, mistaking it for milk. (the substance is white and “milky”) Once delivered to the school, the NANA staff served it without verifying what substance it was.

6.      The sealant was poured into cups because it appeared to be a multi-serving pouch, not individual servings.

7.      Poison Control was called immediately, and directions for monitoring the students were followed. Poison Control connects callers to a poison specialist who is a registered nurse or pharmacist. After a year of training, poison specialists sit for a national certifying exam to become CSPIs (Certified Specialists in Poison Information).

8.      The NANA delivery driver and server are no longer employed by NANA.

9.      Investigation of the incident has been done by a variety of agencies:  Juneau Police Department, Department of Education and Early Development, Department of Health and Social Services Childcare Licensing, Department of Environmental Conservation, and OSHA. The NANA/NMS safety team conducted an incident review, including a product/event timeline, findings, and corrective action.  JSD has reviewed communications and emergency preparedness protocols. DEC, DEED/CNP, OSHA, JPD conducted inspections/investigations.

10.   The JSD School Board has authorized the district to seek out another investigation entity to overlook each of these third-party reports and report back with additional information and/or recommendations for improvement of the corrective action plan.

11.   The JPD report is complete.

12.   There are no criminal charges being brought forward.

13.   Full June tuition was reimbursed to all families who had a child in the cafeteria when the sealant was served.

14.   The Safety Data Sheet for the specific chemical was shared with those families who had a child ingest some of the chemical.  #4 on this data sheet specifically addresses ingestion.

Several Corrective Action Steps have already been activated, and others are in process.  This is not a complete list but a sample of changes and responses.

In place now:

· Inventory: changed delivery, storage, rotation, and pick-up protocols, labeling of pallets and individual cases, and short-term and long-term inventory practice.

· NANA retrained and is complying with their “taste/sip” protocol, where all food and drink (if not an individually sealed container) is tasted before serving.

· All meals this summer are now being served in a “Grab and Go” style, ensuring all drinks will be in individually sealed containers.

· New NMS training took place in June, and NMS/JSD food service training is scheduled in August for all school year staff.

Some future Steps:

· Secure a communication platform to be used by RALLY to increase the efficiency of parent communications.  This will allow staff to send mass notifications to families, like the phone/text/email system that is in place during the school year. This will improve communications for all purposes, but especially in the case of an emergency.

· All summer program facilitators (including RALLY) will be trained on emergency preparedness and response before the school year. This will be in addition to our safety training during the school year.

We are sincerely sorry that this incident occurred, specifically for our communications not being what they should have been. The Juneau School District has responded to this incident with focus and diligence. I have spoken to each family multiple times who had a child who ingested the chemical.  However, if you are one of those families or anyone with a child at RALLY and have additional questions, please do not hesitate to reach out.

JSD is doing this restorative work alongside NANA Management Services (NMS) and Yakobi Fisheries in coordination with all of the investigative departments since notification of the chemical ingestion incident on 6/14/22. Since the incident, NMS has provided additional oversight for NANA staff in Juneau with a rotation of safety officers, the president, vice president, area manager, general managers, and an additional assistant manager. JSD, NMS, and Yakobi have worked in coordination with the State of Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Food Safety & Sanitation and Department of Education Child Nutrition Program to review protocols and procedures in regard to food and operational safety, warehouse delivery/receiving procedures, and additional procedures, monitoring, and reporting have been implemented as a result.

We are continuing to analyze our response and develop/implement corrective action steps to provide assurance that the chemical ingestion incident was an isolated event and that the gaps in procedures found during the investigation no longer exist.  As we learn anything new, whether from our analysis or that of other investigations, we will continue to adapt our practices and those of NANA/NMS.

Again–do not hesitate to reach out if you have any follow-up questions.  JSD is working with CBJ to cover costs associated with this incident, and those families directly involved will continue to get additional information.

CLICK THIS BLOCK FOR PREVIOUS MESSAGES

RALLY
Kax̱dig̱oowu Héen Elementary
RALLY

RIVERBEND RALLY Welcome to RIVERBEND RALLY

School year Hours of Operation: 7:00am- 8:00am 2:30pm-6:00pm

Site Phone Number: (907) 463-1810

Riverbend RALLY Staff: Ruth Beattie, Site Manager Karen Donovan, Asst. Site Manager Ian Kelley, Recreation Leader

RALLY
Juneau School District

Mission

7 days ago

 

 --RALLY provides a secure, interactive, educational environment that fosters life-long learners through exploration, social skills & leadership opportunities beyond the classroom.

In partnership with the Juneau School District, RALLY provides state licensed child care for elementary students ages five through twelve.

Cheryl Glen, RALLY Supervisor     (907) 796-5385

Misti Hogberg, RALLY Billing         (907) 780-1411


    

RALLY
Juneau School District
GASTINEAU RALLY

Welcome to GASTINEAU RALLY School year Hours of Operation:

2:30pm-6:00pm

Site Phone Number: (907) 796-5033 Gastineau RALLY Staff: Fisher Stevens, Site Manager Alexis Ramos, Assistant Site Manager Anela Liborio, Recreation Leader

RALLY
Juneau School District
AUKE BAY RALLY

Welcome to AUKE BAY RALLY. School year Hours of Operation:

Sorry, the morning program has been canceled, but we are available after school.

2:30pm-6:00pm

Site Phone Number: (907) 796-5240 Auke Bay RALLY Staff: Ruth Beattie, Site Manager Karen Donovan, Asst. Site Manager

RALLY
Juneau School District
GLACIER VALLEY RALLY

Welcome to GLACIER VALLEY RALLY

  • Hours of Operation: School year: 2:30pm-6:00pm Summer: 7:30am-5:30pm

Site Phone Number: (907) 780-1409 Glacier Valley RALLY Staff: Christina Ackmann, School year Site Manager

RALLY
Juneau School District
HARBORVIEW RALLY

Welcome to HARBORVIEW RALLY School year Hours of Operation: 7:00am -8:30am 2:30am-6:00pm

Summer hours: 7:30am-5:30pm

Site Phone Number: (907) 523-1856 room (907) 523-1857 office Harborview RALLY Staff: Melissa Roberts, Site Manager Summer Wille, Asst. Site Manager

Contact Us!
Juneau School District

District Office Staff Contact List

a year ago

All Juneau School District personnel may be emailed utilizing the following format: firstname.lastname@juneauschools.org

Superintendent’s Office

Bridget Weiss • Superintendent          523-1702

  • Supervision of Schools
  • Supervision of Secondary Principals
  • Site Councils
  • Appeals
  • Equity

Kristin Bartlett • Chief of Staff        523-1707

  • Public Information Officer
  • Crisis Communications
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • District Communications & Publications
  • District Website Homepage
  • Policy Management
  • Regulations
  • Internal Procedures
  • Optional Programs
  • Legislative Liaison
  • Community Relations
  • Volunteer Program
  • Special Projects

Jessica Richmond • Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent          523-1702

  • Board of Education
  • Public Complaints & Grievances

Human Resources

Tim Bauer • Director of Human Resources          523-1710

  • Labor Relations
  • Hiring and Retention
  • New Staff Orientation
  • Substitutes & AESOP
  • Maintenance of Personnel Records
  • AK Mandated Training
  • Staff Grievances
  • Staff Disciplinary Actions
  • Evaluations
  • MOAs
  • District Calendar
  • Highly Qualified Compliance (ESEA/NCLB)
  • Leave Without Pay Requests
  • Qualified Paraprofessional Compliance (Title I-A / ESEA / NCLB)
  • Title IX

Chad Bentz (JDHS) & Luke Adams (TMHS) • District Activities          

  • Scheduling
  • Officiating
  • AASA Liaison

Teaching and Learning

Ted Wilson • Director of Teaching and Learning          523-1723

  • Supervision of Elementary Principals
  • Project LEAP
  • AVID
  • Curriculum & Instruction
  • Professional Development Plan and Calendar
  • Equity and Culture
  • Instructional Coaching
  • Educational Technology
  • Library/Media Specialists
  • Administrative Council Meetings
  • Program Evaluation Committee
  • Academic Pre-referral Response to Intervention
  • Battle of the Books; Geography and Spelling Bees
  • Professional Leave Bank
  • New Teacher Mentoring Program
  • Learn to Swim Program
  • Elementary Art Program – Artkits@juneauschools.org
  • Elementary Science Kits - Sciencekits@juneauschools.org

Kimberly Homme • Coordinator of Federal Programs          523-1730

  • 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant - LEAP Program Administrator Contact
  • Grants Review Process & Management
  • ESEA Federal Programs (NCLB)
  • District & School Improvement Plan (NCLB) Process w/Alaska STEPP, School Action Planning
  • Title I-A Programs (Title I schools, Parent Involvement, Qualified Para Training Support)
  • Title II Professional Development Activities
  • Professional Development Activities (Title II)

Scot Fiscus • Coordinator of Assessments & Program Evaluation          523-1721

  • Assessment-oversight, implementation, training, security, calendar, State Standards, WorkKeys, District Goals & Strategic Plan Evaluation
  • Database management, Power School student information system, EL Database, JSD Student Achievement Report, K Developmental Profile, NAEP Assessment, MAP, State Standards, OASIS Data Files
  • Program Evaluation
  • English Language Learners (Title III)

Carin Smolin • Coordinator of Career and Technical Education          523-1877

  • Vocational, Career and Technical Education (CTE) Programs
  • Carl Perkins Grant
  • Career and Technical Education Community and UAS Partnerships
  • Juneau Workforce Consortium and CTE Advisory Committees
  • College Connection Scholarship
  • Tech prep/dual credit programs
  • Secondary Curriculum
  • Facilitator, K-12 Science Curriculum Renewal
  • Facilitator, District Technology Committee

Barbara Cadiente-Nelson • K-12 Native Student Success Specialist          523-1732           

  • Programs Targeted for Alaska Native Student Success
  • Indian Studies Program
  • Cultural Paraeducators
  • Native Education Advisory Committee
  • Partnerships with Native Organizations
  • Community/Family Liaison
  • Equity Staff Development 

 Jay Wyatt • Data Technician          523-1744

  • PowerSchool
  • Blackboard Connect
  • SIF Server
  • Discipline Data Collection & Report

Administrative Services

Cassee Olin • Director of Administrative Services          523-1771

  • Information Technology
  • Facilities and Maintenance
  • Finance and District Budget
  • District Contracts
  • Community Schools & RALLY
  • Food Service
  • Pupil Transportation
  • Risk Management & School Safety
  • Liaison to CBJ on Facilities Planning & Expansions

Tammy Grove • Finance Officer          523-1780

  • Finance Office
  • Grants Accounting

Kelley Fink • Payroll Supervisor          523-1781

  • Payroll & Benefits
  • Leave Accounting
  • Accident/Injury & Workers Comp Reporting

Dan Bryant • Maintenance Supervisor

              Main Line 796-5799, Desk 796-5796

  • Maintenance Services
  • Facilities

Jorge Cordero • Operations Supervisor

              Main Line 796-5799, Desk 796-5795

  • Custodial Services
  • Mail & Freight

First Student School Bus Company

  • Bus Barn 789-7352

Cheryl Glen • RALLY & Community Schools Supervisor         769-5385

  • RALLY (Recreation, Arts, Learning, and Leadership for Youth)
  • Community Schools

Adrianne Schwartz • Food Service Supervisor          796-5384

  • Food Service
  • Energy Management
  • Fruits & Vegetables Grants

Chris Murray • Information Technology Supervisor     796-5898     

Student Services

Shawn Arnold • Director of Student Services          780-2071

  • Special Education
  • Head Start Pre-K
  • Nurses and Health Assistants
  • Medicaid
  • 504 Plans
  • Johnson Youth Center (Title I-D)
  • Crisis Response
  • Students and Families in Transition Program (McKinney/Vento Homeless Grant)
  • Counselors
  • School Psychologists
  • Anti Bullying
  • School Climate
  • Academic Pre-referral Response to Intervention
  • Early Entry/Early Promotion
  • Activities Program

Brooke Munro • Special Education Coordinator          780-2051

  • Special Education
  • Special Education/Integrated Pre School Programs
  • Speech Language Pathologists
  • OT/PT
  • Vision/Deaf

 

RALLY
Kax̱dig̱oowu Héen Elementary

RALLY provides a secure, interactive, educational environment that fosters life-long learners through exploration, social skills & leadership opportunities beyond the classroom.

In partnership with the Juneau School District, RALLY provides state licensed child care for elementary students ages five through twelve.

R = RECREATION A = ARTS L= LEARNING L= LEADERSHIP for Y= YOUTH

RALLY
Juneau School District
RALLY Snack Information

RALLY is pleased to participate in the SFSP or CACFP through the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the district's Food Service Program.

Non-Discrimination Statement In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA.

Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.

To file a program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, (AD-3027) found online at: http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint_filing_cust.html, and at any USDA office, or write a letter addressed to USDA and provide in the letter all of the information requested in the form. To request a copy of the complaint form, call (866) 632-9992. Submit your completed form or letter to USDA by:

(1) mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights 1400 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, D.C. 20250-9410;

(2) fax: (202) 690-7442; or

(3) email: program.intake@usda.gov.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

News
Juneau School District
Director of Administrative Services Selected
Sarah Jahn

The Juneau School District is pleased to announce that Sarah Jahn has been chosen as the next Director of Administrative Services. In this role, she will be responsible for managing the nearly $90 million school district budget and overseeing the finance and payroll departments. The position also directs a diverse collection of programs such as pupil transportation, food service, information technology, RALLY, Community Schools, maintenance and facilities.

Jahn joined the Juneau School District in 2008, as payroll and benefits specialist. She quickly moved to payroll supervisor and then was promoted again to finance officer. Jahn has a strong background in accounting and business and is well respected by her colleagues.

An interview committee of representatives from the Juneau Education Association, Juneau Education Support Staff, Juneau School Administrators Association, Board of Education, City and Borough of Juneau and central office held public interviews on April 23.

Superintendent Mark Miller is happy with the selection. “Sarah has been doing an excellent job as our finance officer and payroll supervisor for the past nine years. We are excited to support Sarah in her continued professional growth as she begins her new position of Director of Administrative Services,” he says.

Jahn says, “I am honored to accept the director position and look forward to continued service with the district."

Jahn holds a Bachelor of Business Administration – Accounting from the University of Alaska Southeast, as well as Associate of Applied Science in Accounting and Associate of Applied Science in Business Management from the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

Jahn starts the new job July 1, 2018, following the retirement of longtime director, David Means. Means is retiring after 13 years in the Juneau School District, and 36 years as a school business official in Alaska.

News
Juneau School District
JESS-JSD Ratify Three Year Agreement

The Juneau Education Support Staff (JESS) and Juneau School District (JSD) have ratified a new three-year contract, effective July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2022. This succeeds the current contract, set to expire on June 30, 2019.

JESS and JSD worked cooperatively to reach the tentative three-year agreement. Interest-Based Bargaining and the Affinity Model were used for collaborative negotiations. The teams met January 24 and 25, February 8 and 20, and again on April 23. Writing committees met on additional days to craft the agreement, culminating in an all-day session today to complete the process.

The JESS membership unanimously ratified the agreement on May 11. The Board of Education considered the agreement in first reading at its May 14 Regular Meeting. The agreement was then approved by unanimous vote of the Board in final reading in a Special Meeting on May 17.

This three-year agreement calls for increases to wages in FY20 of $.60 per cell above the FY19 wage scale. For FY21, the Parties agree to a 1.0% increase over the FY20 wage scale, and for FY22, the Parties agree to a $.20 per cell plus a 1.0% increase over the FY21 wage scale. Increases in monthly health insurance contributions are $25 in FY20, $25 in FY21, and $25 in FY22. A “Me Too” agreement allows for an equal increase in wages and benefits as compared to the final negotiated agreement between Juneau Education Association and JSD. The net cost to the District per year is estimated to be $539,000 in FY20, $687,000 in FY21, and $1,160,000 in FY22.

The JESS bargaining unit is the school district’s second largest employee association, representing about 331 employees. JESS membership includes office and instructional support staff, para educators, school nurses, RALLY employees, as well as maintenance and custodial personnel. JESS is the local affiliate of the Alaska Public Employee Association.

News
Juneau School District
Juneau School District and Juneau Education Support Staff Reach Tentative Agreement

The Juneau Education Support Staff (JESS) and Juneau School District (JSD) have reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract, effective July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2022. This succeeds the current contract, set to expire on June 30, 2019.

JESS and JSD worked cooperatively to reach the tentative three-year agreement. Interest-Based Bargaining and the Affinity Model were used for collaborative negotiations. The next step is ratification by both parties.

The teams met January 24 and 25, February 8 and 20, and again on April 23. Writing committees met on additional days to craft the agreement, culminating in an all-day session today to complete the process.

The JESS bargaining unit is the school district’s second largest employee association, representing about 322 employees. JESS membership includes office and instructional support staff, school nurses, RALLY employees, as well as maintenance and custodial personnel. JESS is the local affiliate of the Alaska Public Employee Association.

The JESS membership will vote on the new contract in the near future. The Juneau School District Board of Education vote will follow. Details of the contract will be released to the public as part of the school board’s action.

News
Juneau School District
New Director of Administrative Services

The Juneau School District is pleased to announce that Cassee Olin has been chosen as the next Director of Administrative Services. Olin will be responsible for managing the $90 million school district budget and overseeing the finance and payroll departments. She will direct a diverse collection of district wide programs such as pupil transportation, food service, information technology, RALLY child care, Community Schools, maintenance and facilities.

Olin is currently Business Manager for Sitka School District, where she has served since 2013. Prior to moving to Sitka, she was Director of Accounting for Kodiak Island Borough School District. She has more than 20 years of experience in accounting and is a well-respected leader and mentor in the area of school business in Alaska. Olin is a member and former president of Alaska Association of School Business Officials and belongs to the Alaska Council of School Administrators.

Superintendent Bridget Weiss says, "I could not be more excited to welcome Ms. Olin to the Juneau School District. She brings an incredible skill set and leadership experience that will benefit our work. I very much look forward to her joining our team."

A committee of representatives from the Juneau Education Association, Juneau School Administrators Association, City and Borough of Juneau and district office staff conducted a virtual interview with Olin on January 21.

“I am honored to join the Juneau School District as the Director of Administrative Services and look forward to working for the community of Juneau, Board of Education, Staff, and Superintendent who share a vision of maintaining the best possible educational program and environment for student learning,” says Olin. “I’m excited for our move to Juneau in the upcoming months and exploring the beautiful area of Juneau,” she added.

Olin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Grand View University in Des Moines, Iowa. She is completing her Master of Science in School Business Leadership from Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. She is a Certified Administrator of School Finance and Operations by the Association of School Business Officials International.

Olin will officially join the district later this school year and be in place for the start of the new fiscal year in July.

Administrative Services
Juneau School District

Contact Information for Administrative Services

6 months ago

Cassee Olin

Administrative Services Director

523-1770

Stacey Poulson

Administrative Assistant

523-1771


Tammy Grove

Finance Officer

523-1780

Kelley Fink

Payroll Supervisor

523-1781

Daniel Bryant

Maintenance Supervisor

796-5799

Jorge Cordero

Operations Supervisor

796-5799

Adrianne Schwartz

Food Services Supervisor

780-1989

Cheryl Glen

RALLY and Community Schools Supervisor

796-5385

Food Services
Juneau School District
2022-2023 School Meal Prices
Veggies

Welcome to the 2022-2023 School Year!

Breakfast is free for all enrolled students this school year. Adults can purchase breakfast for $3.50.

Lunch prices for enrolled students are $4.50 for PAID students, $.40 for REDUCED Price Students and $5.50 for adults.

Salad bars are back this year!

Snacks will be provided for the students enrolled in RALLY, LEAP, and Connect programs.

There will be a la carte options available for students/staff to purchase at Juneau-Douglas and Thunder Mountain High School.

Student Life
Auke Bay Elementary
AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

During a normal school year, we have a variety of after school activities that are available for students of different ages. Currently, there are no after school activities. Scholarships may be available, please contact the front office. Please note RALLY students may attend extra-curricular activities free of charge.

GIRLS ON THE RUN: A national program that works to encourage pre-teen girls to develop self-respect and healthy lifestyles through dynamic, interactive lessons and running games, culminating in a celebratory 5k run. Meets twice a week. Program is sponsored by partner agency, AWARE. Cost $100 per session, there are fall and spring sessions. There are partial and full scholarships available and no student is turned away for inability to pay. Running shoes may also be provided, if needed.

RUNNING CLUB: Once a week, 3rd-5th graders run a mile outside on the trail behind the school or inside the building if inclement weather. 2:30pm-3:00pm Fall and Spring sessions. Cost $40 per session.

JAMM: Juneau Alaska Music Matters Ms. Lindsay Clark provides extra violin lessons for interested students throughout the school year. Regular and advanced violin sessions as well as beginning cello lessons are offered. Cost $100 for the year.

ORCA SINGERS: Join Ms. Cathy as she leads a group of joyful singers. They often perform at the Governor's Open House in early December and at the Folk Festival in the spring. There are two sessions, one in the fall and one in the spring. K-5th grades. The singers meet once a week, usually on Wednesdays, from 2:30pm-3:15pm. Cost $30 per session.

LEGO ROBOTICS: (Offered on an occasional basis, led by volunteer. Please see office if interested.) Students create robots made of legos and participate in a district wide competition. Cost $10.

NATIVE YOUTH OLYMPICS: (Not offered every year) Students learn how to compete in various Native Olympics games/events and participate in a district wide competition. Jan-Feb. No cost.

Harborview Connect RALLY JYS KinderReady SFSP Public Release 2019 (1).pdf
Google Drive
4-01-2019 Joint Site Council HS Minutes
Google Drive
JCCS Family Handbook 2015.pdf
Google Drive
JAMMONEPAGE.pdf
Google Drive
Rally - Website
Google Drive
RALLY - Financials FY2022 - FY2018.pdf
Google Drive
Emergency Preparedness Plan 2021.pdf
Google Drive
Getting Ready For Kindergarten.pdf
Google Drive
RALLY Parent Handbook with SOA letter eff 6.1.2018.pdf
Google Drive
3300 AR Expenditures Expending Authority
Google Drive
6179 BP Early Learning and Development Programs
Google Drive
7.2 FY23 Food Services Contract - Second Reading
Google Drive
11.4 Finance Meeting Minutes 2.24.22 - DRAFT
Google Drive
11.4.1 Finance Meeting Minutes 9.22.21 DRAFT
Google Drive
10.4 Finance Meeting Minutes -Approved 5.11.21
Google Drive
7.4 FY 22 Budget-First Reading
Google Drive
8.3 Classified Board Report
Google Drive
Approved Minutes 9.8.2020
Google Drive
7.2 FY21 JCCS Contract-Final
Google Drive
9.1 Classified Board Report
Google Drive
9.1 Classified Board Report
Google Drive
9.1 Classified Board Report
Google Drive
9.1 Classified Board Report
Google Drive
9.1 Classified Board Report
Google Drive
7.1.2 Minutes 5-8-18
Google Drive
7.5 gs JCCS Contract-First
Google Drive
7.3 Transfer Request from Community Schools Fund to RALLY & Food Services Fund-Final
Google Drive
7.7x1 Early Release Initial Staff Letter 9.12.16
Google Drive
8.1 Classified Board Report
Google Drive
Approved Program Eval - Minutes 12.11.20
Google Drive
Program Eval - Minutes Feb. 23, 2018.docx
Google Drive
RALLY 2022-23 School Year
Google Drive