A few weeks ago, nine past and present Soroco High School FFA students traveled to the national convention in Louisville, Ky. There, two 2012 graduates received one of the FFA's most prestigious honors.
Routt County school lunch menus for the week of Nov. 11
Effective July 1, The Lowell Whiteman School will have an official head of school, and it's a familiar face. The board of trustees announced Tuesday that current interim Head of School Meg Morse will be taking over.
This week, Soda Creek and Strawberry Park elementary schools got two handcrafted guitar stands to hold the instruments donated in memory of 9-year-old Asher Lesyshen-Kirlan, who was killed less than six months ago.
Students in the Colorado Mountain College art and sustainability class transformed clothing into new pieces of wearable art. The collection will be on display through Dec. 2.
Uncounted ballots are not expected to change the outcome of Tuesday's Hayden School Board election, but it could trigger a recount.
Nelson Carmichael's business plan for an outerwear e-commerce business won the 2013 Business Plan Competition hosted by Colorado Mountain College and Yampa Valley SCORE.
Incumbent Colorado Mountain College trustee Mary Ellen Denomy, of Parachute, won re-election Tuesday night, garnering about 61 percent of the votes cast across the six-county college district.
Two Hayden School Board incumbents have been re-elected, but outstanding votes could determine who wins the third open seat. A recount might also be necessary.
The two men said they look forward to helping a school district that already earns stellar academic ratings gain even higher marks.
Steamboat residents resoundingly passed Referendum 3A on Tuesday, making Steamboat Springs School Board seats all at-large.
The district said the cost of the clinic and its current medical plan is running $98,000 below what was projected for the first quarter of the school year.
Finding their voice: English-language learner students working to fit in while maintaining cultural identity
The Spanish for Spanish speakers class now being implemented at Steamboat Springs School Distrcit is a small part of an answer to a question that has been steadily growing in the district during the past decade.
Earlier this school year, a second-grader’s parents approached Soda Creek Elementary School English-language learner teacher Ann Coon. In their hands, the parents held their son’s math homework. Despite the student’s advanced math skills, Coon said, there was something keeping him from completing his homework. His parents couldn’t read the English instructions that came with the assignment.
The three teenage Villa Parra siblings miss some of the things about the Chihuahua, Mexico, home they fled just four months ago. They’re the things you’d expect them to miss: family, friends and the home country where they grew up.