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School district spends nearly $11K to handle the press

...from the student transportation fund.Student activities resources are primarily used for coaches' salaries and student travel.The media training sessions were held after hours, and staff members were not paid for their time during the training...
School Board audit clean

...Services David Means clarified that the almost the deficit was referring to the fund paying for coaches' salaries, student travel and advisors.Means said that as a whole, the booster clubs for all schools in the district had a positive balance...
My Turn: We love Alaska Airlines

...various organizations. Alaska Airlines also has a contract with the Juneau School District to provide discounts for all student travel to sports and academic events. In addition, Alaska Airlines is a sponsor of the Alaska First Program, which focuses...
Thank you

...Construction Competition: The Southeast Alaska Building Industry Association for its generous donation of $1,200 toward student travel; the Filipino community for their donation of $100; Marquam George and Charlie Ross, both with University of Alaska...
Fairweather flap pinches school travel

...also is dealing with increased student travel costs due to the Fairweather's...Juneau-Douglas High School student travel has not yet been affected by the...that." Byer said coordinating student travel is a time-consuming, complex...
People to People thanks

...Mall for giving our student delegates a space to display their Australia research projects. People to People is a student travel program founded by President Eisenhower with the intention of promoting world peace by increasing global awareness...
Varsity football comes to Sitka

...traditional spaghetti feed fund-raiser likely will be one of a number of measures school boosters use to finance student travel to state activities in the wake of cuts to the school travel budget announced in late October. The cut will save...
High school orchestra program to hold dessert auction fundraiser the JDHS auditorium. Desserts will be on display starting at 6:30 p.m. Proceeds will help cover costs of student travel to the spring high school music festival held in Ketchikan. The concert features the JDHS Chamber and String Orchestras...
VoxBox » Blog Archive » What do you think of the administration?s decision to cut the fast ferry

...medical, business, shopping, family visits, movement of non-parishable/parishable goods and last but not least, student travel. The Lynn Canal route is the only SE route that pays 50% of it?s operating costs. We need to purchase two...


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