Teachers in Steamboat Springs are more likely to stay in their positions each year than teachers in nearby districts and many other districts across the state, according to state data publicized last week.
The Steamboat Springs School Board voted unanimously Monday to approve a Collaborative Bargaining Team contract package negotiated last week and approved by the majority of staff Friday.
Yampatika leader Sonja Macys has been selected to join a national panel to advance the advocacy agenda for environmental education.
Eric Nilsson’s enthusiasm for teaching and his ability to connect with students were some of the reasons he was named last week the district’s Educator of the Year for 2015.
This year SMS graduated nine seniors, who were eager to apply what they learned at the private school in the woods just north of Steamboat Springs.
Totally Kids meal program menus for the week of June 1
Routt County school lunch menus for week of June 1
Groups interested in providing environmental literacy curriculum in Northwest Colorado have until Monday to apply for mini-grants offered through the Environmental Protection Agency.
A new preschool in Yampa operated by the South Routt School District will begin offering childcare and education to families early next month.
A partnership between two classes at Soda Creek Elementary is aiming to make students and the community more aware of practices to keep bears wild, safe and out of people’s trash.
Bargaining teams for the Steamboat Springs School District hammered out a tentative compensation plan for classified and certified staff Tuesday, which if approved will leave the district with a $399,000 deficit for next year.
Steamboat Mountain School students were hesitant but willing this spring when asked to try grilled guinea pig, tree larva, salty goat’s milk tea and other treats from around the world.
Routt County school lunch menus for week of May 25
South Routt School District officials have selected new principals for the district’s elementary and middle/high schools, and each will begin July 1, Superintendent Darci Mohr announced this week.
Local students on the Routt County 4-H livestock judging team are wrapping up one of the group’s most successful seasons yet, according to coach Rod Wille.