The district managed to come in on target for total enrollment, despite lower than expected kindergarten enrollment of 175 students, compared to a moderate projection of 198 kindergarteners in a demography report.
If you are an early riser, you might have noticed several bright objects in the pre-dawn sky and wondered what they are.
Community members looking to learn more information about candidates running for the Steamboat Springs School Board or City Council can do so during a two-part election forum kicking off Wednesday night.
Routt County Council on Aging menus for week of Oct. 5
Routt County school lunch menus for week of Oct. 5
The two with the most votes will replace outgoing eight-year board members Vance Fulton and Sharon Nereson.
More professional development and more dedicated time would help improve science curriculum within the Steamboat Springs School District, teachers told the school board Monday.
The board of directors of the Friends of Perry-Mansfield has named Nancy Engelken of Steamboat Springs as the new executive director for the historic performing arts school and camp.
Tensions are rising between groups on either side of the Steamboat Springs School District’s $92 million bond question, which voters will be asked to decide on in the coming weeks.
In 1929, the International Astronomical Union, or the IAU, sat down to weed through the hundreds of constellations that had been invented over the centuries, and when the smoke cleared, 88 star patterns remained.
College-wide enrollment has increased particularly among Hispanic students aged 18 and 19 and directly out of high school and among full-time students from outside Colorado.
Routt County school lunch menus for week of Sept. 28
Despite being the only Routt County school board to still use candidate districts and being the board with the most seats — seven — the South Routt board of education hasn’t struggled to attract candidates this year.
A sampling of city council and school board hopefuls kept the discussion positive during a forum hosted by First Impressions Wednesday.
Some Steamboat Springs City Council members recently wondered aloud what the district's plans were for investing in the nearby intersections that would be impacted by a new high school.