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CHALLENGE DAYS KICK OFF MONDAY

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSChallenge Day, a full-day workshop addressing issues of violence, racism, teasing, stereotypes, tobacco, social oppression, drugs and alcohol within the context of school life, will begin Monday and Tuesday at Steamboat Springs Middle School for eighth grade students.

The workshop is for students, teachers, parents, administrators, counselors and community members who work on respect and communication through games, activities, group discussions, ice breakers and trust-building exercises. The school encourages parents and community members to participate for an entire day, 7:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided.

If people are interested in being mentors for Challenge Days, call Joan Allsberry at 871-3621.

EARLY EDUCATION FORUM SCHEDULED

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSBruce Atchison, educational specialist working with early learning concerns and solutions throughout Colorado, will give a presentation to community members from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday on the second floor of the United Methodist Church on Eighth and Oak streets.

Atchison will address the audience on the state of early childhood programs across Colorado and discuss concerns, problems, trends and solutions. The event also will provide a panel discussion titled "What is all the fuss about quality in early childhood education?" Lunch and child care is provided. Call Renee Donahue at 870-5270 for more information.

SCHOOL DAYS

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS

A look at this week:

Monday, Sept. 24

Steamboat Springs High School: Decade Day

Tuesday, Sept. 25

Steamboat Springs High School: Salad Dressing Day

Soda Creek Elementary: PIC Meeting, 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 26

Steamboat Springs High School: Pajama Day and assembly

Thursday, Sept. 27

Steamboat Springs High School: Super Hero Disguise Day

Pep Rally and Bonfire, 7:30 p.m. at Howelsen Hill

Friday, Sept. 28

Steamboat Springs High School: Decade Day

Homecoming Parade, 2 p.m.

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