Science teachers told the Steamboat Springs Board of Education Monday that, while the district has a robust science program, a lack of science classrooms complicates classes.
Katelyn Ibarra will never forget the nasty spring storm that caused slick roads around Steamboat Springs on March 29.
When Steamboat Springs Middle School Principal Jerry Buelter forwarded an email to staff seeking a kidney donor for former student Henry Howard, Howard didn’t expect much.
An Oak Creek man who learned earlier this summer that a portion of his driveway belonged to the South Routt School District will soon legally own the property.
Student growth scores for local school districts, an important data point for teachers and administrators, were released for the first time in two years last week.
■ Steamboat Springs School District Monday: Sloppy Joe Tuesday: Chicken mole over rice
An annual business plan competition, hosted by Colorado Mountain College and sponsored by the City of Steamboat Springs and Alpine Bank, has extended its deadline for entries.
South Routt School District’s new assessment coordinator Rim Watson is eager to get the district on the right track when it comes to improving test scores.
CC4E members representing task forces studying areas including district facilities, accountability and policy, demographics and finance reported meaningful progress during a meeting Tuesday.
Colorado Mountain College has selected Randy Rudasics to represent the CMC Foundation as its next regional development officer in Steamboat Springs.
Colorado Mountain College will host a series of debate watching events during presidential and vice-presidential debates over the next month.
Routt County school menus for week of Sept. 19
The Hayden School District is in a financial bind and will be asking voters to pay additional taxes so the district can buy new buses.
Students with a medical marijuana prescription would be allowed to use marijuana on school grounds only under a strict set of rules, according to a new policy drafted by Steamboat Springs School District staff.
When I was a knee-high astronomer, one of our favorite constellations was a distinctive pattern of five bright stars that we called “The W.”