To create a better learning environment, Hayden Valley Elementary School teachers on Friday were learning how to cope with stress.
A NASA spacecraft that has traveled nearly 3 billion miles from earth over the last nine years has nearly reached Pluto, the smallest and furthest away of the original nine planets, and the one which people know the least about.
The Steamboat Springs Education Fund Board Grant Commission tentatively awarded $105,000 to eight community groups Wednesday night.
Northwest Colorado BOCES Executive Director and Special Education Coordinator Amy Bollinger will leave the organization after her current contract expires June 30.
Water bottle-filling stations installed at South Routt Elementary and Soroco Middle School are proving popular with students, and the district is fundraising to install a third station at the high school.
Partners launches new programs in Hayden, South Routt
Partners in Routt County staff is implementing a new peer-mentor program at Hayden and South Routt designed to create leaders and bridge the gap between upperclassmen and younger students at both schools.
Routt school district lunch menus for week of Jan. 19
Executive Director Joan Lazarus has left Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp to pursue new endeavors.
Marina was only 8 when Deb Proper’s daughter began mentoring her through Partners in Routt County.
George Detwiler and his junior partner Theo met years before they were ever matched up to as a mentor duo through Partners in Routt County.
Union member questions board chair's recent lunch meeting
Steamboat Springs School Board Chair Roger Good urged the board Monday to work quickly when considering whether to apply for a state waiver that could allow the district to opt out of some standardized testing.
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.