The fundraiser typically generates about $50,000 for the school to use for financial assistance for students, about 24 percent of whom receive some help with the private school’s tuition.
Yampa Valley Electric Association is seeking high school students to participate in two unique summer programs, including one which brings students to Washington D.C.
The Steamboat Springs School Board plans to approve next week the refinancing of a bond that helped with funding the reconstruction of Soda Creek Elementary School.
Sitting around a table inside the South Routt School District boardroom last week, stakeholders from around the state considered the logistics of initiatives that bring fresh, local foods into schools.
Partners in Routt County officials are hopeful funding from the passing of Proposition BB will be funneled through to their organization, which is well-qualified to receive the funds and is also facing a budget deficit.
Current and newly elected Steamboat Springs School Board members Wednesday evening were able to reflect on failed Referendums 3A and 3B and consider next steps.
Tammie Delaney and Kevin Lind defeated Lacey Ramos and Greg Hermann to earn spots on Hayden School Board.
$92M building proposal fails by 4-to-1 margin
Steamboat Springs voters were resolute in their opposition to the school district’s proposed $92 million bond measure Tuesday — with 79 percent voting against Referendum 3A.
Michelle Dover and Margaret Huron, two school board candidates who earned a strong showing of support from the Steamboat Springs school employee union, soared to victory in Tuesday’s election, along with incumbent candidate Joey Andrew.
The governing board of an envisioned Montessori school has signed a three-year agreement with Heritage Christian School to rent out part of the campus beginning next summer.
Steamboat Springs School District
The Education Fund Board’s Grant Commission is accepting applications for its annual Innovation Grant, with plans to award $25,000 in funding to local school district employees or nonprofits.
Taking spooky to the next level, Colorado Mountain College SKY Club presents their 17th Annual “Screamboat Chamber of Horror” this Friday and Saturday.
Steve Craig didn’t envision beginning a teaching career until he had a couple of decades of engineering under his belt, but then he found Colorado Mountain College.
When traveling through New Guinea and countries in Southeast Asia as a young man, Rick Silverman felt he needed a way to protect himself if ever caught in a dangerous situation.