The biblical story of Joseph comes to musical, bright life this week at Steamboat Springs High School, where students will perform their rendition of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Betsy Frick’s efforts to make geology fun and interesting for her students helped her to earn recognition as the campus adjunct (part-time) Faculty of the Year for 2014.
The Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Education Services has narrowed its search for a new executive director to five finalists.
After nearly a year in the making, a comprehensive strategic plan for the Steamboat Springs School District was presented to the School Board Monday night.
Both South Routt Elementary and Soroco middle and high schools will see new leadership this fall, following the resignation of one principal and the position change of another.
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Members of the Steamboat Springs School District’s four master planning committees met Thursday evening to formulate a wish list of facilities improvements for district buildings.
School Board President Brian Hoza said Vader will work for the remainder of her one-year contract, which expires June 30.
United States relations with Mexico and Central America will be the topic of a lecture and workshop Saturday at Colorado Mountain College.
The architectural company hired by the Steamboat Springs School District to work on an upcoming capital construction project has set a design schedule and began meeting with teachers at each school last week to gather feedback.
During a joint meeting with the Steamboat Springs City Council Monday night, several of the Steamboat Springs School Board members urged the council to exhaust all other options before considering an urban renewal plan that would use some property tax increment to fund infrastructure like sidewalks and pedestrian lighting.
The number of uninsured children in Routt County has dropped drastically since 2012, according to data from the Colorado Children’s Campaign and local social services officials.
Find out what's being served up in local school cafeterias this coming week.
The city council is considering using tax increment financing in a downtown urban renewal area to fund infrastructure improvements that include sidewalks, public restrooms and pedestrian lighting.
The Steamboat Springs School District is hoping the city’s half-cent sales tax will fund full-day kindergarten, middle school French instruction and numerous technology upgrades, among other things next school year.