The Hayden School District’s new superintendent describes himself as someone who enjoys people, loves kids and is dedicated to education.
A motivated group of Hayden High School students is trying to make a big difference in a war-torn region 6,500 miles away.
Steamboat Springs School District architect Matt Porta will spend the next week or two further developing an option for the district to build a new high school, a scenario favored by a district facilities committee, he told the school board Monday.
The Steamboat Springs School Board Monday approved the hiring of investment banker RBC Capital Markets to provide the district with municipal bond underwriting services.
Building a new pre-kindergarten through eighth grade school in the Steamboat Springs School District would alleviate all current capacity issues within the district.
Kristin Race was studying the neurology of stress for her doctorate several years ago when she learned she had an autoimmune disease, likely caused by stress.
A proposed new 67,000-square-foot pre-kindergarten through fifth-grade campus potentially built on the 9.2-acre district-owned site that currently houses Whistler Park would include 24 new classrooms.
A Steamboat Springs High School social studies teacher will travel to Finland in January as a Fulbright award winner.
School district lunch menus for the week of May 4.
The famed 13th Annual Great North Routt Chili Cook Off will be from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Hahn’s Peak Roadhouse on Routt County Road 129 near Steamboat Lake.
After a full day of interviews with three candidates Thursday, the Hayden School Board is moving forward with negotiations for a new superintendent.
As a teenager growing up in the suburbs of Detroit, Molly Goldberg struggled with motivation in her high school classes.
Construction costs associated with four potential capital projects for the Steamboat Springs School District were revealed during a facilities meeting Wednesday night.
A steering committee working to bring an elementary Montessori school to Steamboat Springs is several steps closer to making the school a reality.
Colorado Mountain College's running-target shooting club geared up Sunday for next week's U.S. National Championships in Amarillo, Texas.