Seven JDHS students were honored on Feb. 19 for their contributions to improving the school. Assistant Principal Kristy Germain welcomed them and their parents with remarks explaining the importance of Homecoming and Spirit Week.
Juneau-Douglas High School's 2013-14 season of Student Recognitions began Oct. 9, when eight students were honored for their positive attitudes, support of others and efforts to improve the school climate.
Nine students were honored Wednesday, May 21 at Juneau Douglas High School for the monthly Student Recognition Luncheon.
Juneau-Douglas High School celebrated seven students on Dec. 18 for their contributions and good deeds to improve their school.
Five Juneau-Douglas High School students were recognized Feb. 20 for their successes at school.
On Nov.17, eight students were recognized by Juneau-Douglas High School staff for their contributions to improving the school. The celebration included congratulatory words by new principal Ryan Alsup, with assistant principal Paula Casperson presenting each student with a pin and a legislative citation recognizing his or her special accomplishment. Students, parents and staff enjoyed lunch prepared by the JDHS Parent Group following the ceremony.
On March 16, 10 students were honored by school staff for their contributions to improving the climate and inspiring other students at Juneau-Douglas High School.
Seven students were recognized by Juneau-Douglas High School Oct. 19, for their exceptional performance. It was the first Student Recognition Ceremony of the 2011-2012 school year.
Six students at Juneau-Douglas High School were recognized Nov. 16 for their contributions to improving the school's atmosphere. The students were nominated by teachers and staff for their extra effort.
Ten students at Juneau-Douglas High School were selected by their teachers to be honored Dec. 14, for their hard work and other positive contributions to their classes.
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