The Steamboat Springs School Board Monday approved the hiring of RLH Engineering to move forward with the district’s need for more facility space.
The Steamboat Springs School Board on Monday is expected to accept several innovation grants from the Education Fund Board that the group tentatively awarded during a recent meeting.
At a higher level in math than most of their peers, fourth-grader Suzy Magill and fifth-grader Indi Krentzschmar are brought from a modular classroom to the main building of Soda Creek Elementary to get more advanced instruction every Thursday and Friday.
Immigration reform and other factors will likely cause a surge in the English language learner population in Steamboat schools in the coming years, according to staff at Integrated Community.
Academic ranking website Niche.com has placed the Steamboat Springs School District ninth best in Colorado, citing a strong sports program, extracurricular offerings and overall academics.
The Steamboat Springs School District has nearly secured about $11,200 in matching funds needed to receive a state grant to restore the historic Fly Gulch School.
Lunch menus for week of Jan. 5
The South Routt School District is saying "thank you" to its residents for renewing more than $350,000 annually in property taxes on the November ballot that go directly to schools and students.
Steamboat Springs School District officials think it's the staff’s philosophy of shared responsibility for students and a commitment to community integration that is bringing success.
Candlelight vigil honors life of Torivio “Tory” Tovar
Torivio Tovar was better known to people as Tory, and the 17-year-old who had inspired many smiles also prompted tears Friday when his Ford pickup struck an oncoming semi along US Highway 40 just outside of Craig.
Soroco High School freshman Jonah Jonas took first place at the statewide Stock Market Exchange challenge, and a five-student team at Soroco finished in third place.
Steamboat Springs School Board members Monday reviewed an updated 2014-15 district budget that leaves it operating at a nearly $74,000 deficit.
The Steamboat Springs School Board will meet Monday to discuss proposed budget changes, its electronic participation in meetings policy and other business.
The Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services has secured its first round of necessary funding to move forward with a federal innovation grant worth $2.9 million.