Yampatika's Environmental Literacy Program is being recognized by the Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education with its Pre-K Elementary Education Award at a banquet next month in Denver.
Routt County school lunch menus for week of Feb. 10
Soda Creek Elementary School third, fourth and fifth graders performed their version of the Parade of Nations Thursday morning, a day before the 2014 Winter Olympics opening ceremony was set to begin.
A group of Strawberry Park Elementary School teachers is asking the state historical fund for money to begin revitalizing the decades-old Fly Gulch Schoolhouse.
At North Routt Community Charter School, students are learning a little differently. Its 81 students are on "expeditions" and meeting state standards in ways not normally found on campuses nationwide.
Routt County school lunch menus for the week of Feb. 3
The Winter Conference on Brain Research visited Steamboat Springs this week, and top scientist minds took their time to venture out to schools hoping to inspire the next generation.
Should the skies clear either Friday or Saturday night, astronomy buffs and ice art enthusiasts will have a chance to explore a CMC exhibit that is truly one of a kind.
The Steamboat Springs Middle School's math team found out its scores from a challenging test Monday, and one student earned his spot among the world's brightest.
There’s nothing quite like traversing the backcountry. It’s where skiers, riders, snowmobilers — you name it — can find Colorado’s freshest snow. But what makes backcountry powder so alluring also makes it the most dangerous snowpack in the world, CMC avalanche awareness and safety teacher Cody Perry says. There are steps to entering this uncharted terrain. Trip planning is key, and understanding the proper safety procedures is imperative when the worst happens — the avalanche. Perry led a group of a dozen CMC students through planning and practicing in the classroom and the field to prepare for when disaster strikes and the slides take hold.
While backcountry skiers and riders are asleep, dreaming of the powder they plan to rip the next day, Colorado Avalanche Information Center forecasters are walking through the office doors, ready to start the day.
Give Colorado Mountain College instructor Cody Perry just a few hours of your time, and you’ll never look at snow the same. I know I don’t.
The Steamboat Dance Showcase returns for its 18th year Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Tim Lim had just barely opened the back of his big diesel pickup on Wednesday morning when he was mobbed by a group of excited elementary school students.
South Routt School District staff and teachers are going to be switching things up a bit the next two Tuesdays, participating in wellness days in replacement of the usual staff development routine.