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Ainsworth, Hebert claim all-conference hockey honors on those skills."Hebert is not on Team Alaska's AWG hockey squad, choosing instead to travel to Florida with JDHS teacher Andy Bullick's class through Habitat For Humanity.The highlight of Hebert's season was the 3-2 win at Lathrop...
Teachers picket at school board meeting

...despair.""None of the teachers I've talked to can get everything done in a contract day," said Ben Carney, a JDHS teacher. "They donate their time, and they don't mind doing what they do so long as they feel supported - and they don't...

...40 at the door. Details: 209-1704.5K Fun Run and Dance/Walk, registration at 4 p.m., run at 5 p.m., JDHS Teachers Parking Lot. Course coninues down Glacier Hwy.Motown BBQ dinner and dance, 6-9 p.m., JACC. Dinner and dance...
JDHS grad gets Emmy nod for visual effects work

...classroom, and has many positive memories of his time at JDHS. Conway said that Manning, Nancy Collinsworth and other JDHS teachers encouraged his art in ways big and small, from asking him to design t-shirts to letting him know that they believed...
Symphony gears up for Motown pops concert with fun run, BBQ and dance, a fun run and a BBQ, both scheduled for Saturday, June 8.The 5K Fun Run and Dance/Walk begins at the JDHS Teachers Parking Lot and continues down Glacier Highway. Runners and walkers will be accompanied by Motown music provided by...
School board appoints Lisa Worl to fill seat

...and honor for me to learn in this school district."In its "Spotlight on Success" segment, the board also honored JDHS teacher Kristy Germain, who was named Advisor of the Year by the Alaska Association of Student Governments for 2012 for her...
A model U.N. shows a world of possibilities

Sometimes as a teacher I feel as if I have no life of my own. I teach, I grade, I plan. I do make time for my Juneau friends and an occasional phone call to my family and friends outside of town, but it's usually not enough. So, in an attempt to "have a life," as my students would say, I vowed to adopt a new mantra this year: "I'm sorry, but no." When I became a teacher six years ago, I think I was secretly tattooed with the phrase "sucker." In order to foster as many great connections with kids as I possibly could, I did as many school-related activities as I could fit into my schedule. I said "yes" to every request.
Future student count key to school debate

...Koelsch, a former Juneau Assembly member and a retired JDHS teacher who opposes a second high school. "The only reason...ninth-graders in junior high schools, said Clay Good, a JDHS teacher and one of the ballot measure's sponsors. Another...
If ballot measure passes, what next?

...that really meets their needs," said Clay Good, a JDHS teacher who is one of the initiative's sponsors. But the...Koelsch, a former Juneau Assembly member and a retired JDHS teacher, favors that idea. He'd like to see Marie Drake...
Board to look at new school, Drake rebuild

...campuses. Students now are free to leave for lunch, and some don't return for afternoon classes. Clay Good, a JDHS teacher who opposed the Dimond Park high school, said the proposal had the advantage of offering two schools with more defined...


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