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.
Routt County School district menus for week of Dec. 15
Anyone interested in Hayden schools is invited to visit with Hayden School District Superintendent Trudy Vader at 11 a.m. Friday at Hayden Public Library.
The Steamboat Springs School District is nearing completion of a $2.78 million energy efficiency overhaul that includes thousands of new light bulbs and new digitally controlled thermostats.
Fifth graders Ben Schott and Matthias Egger patrolled a small computer room at Strawberry Park Elementary Monday, making sure a group of second graders was grasping its lesson on the basics of computer programming.
The Craig Middle School student accused of bringing seven knives to school on Friday had a hearing at Moffat County Courthouse Monday morning.
Lunch menus for Steamboat Springs School District, Hayden School District, South Routt School District and Heritage Christian School.
The Steamboat Springs School District was recognized Tuesday as the top performing school district in the state for its work improving academic growth among English language learners.
Three hours into their first negotiation session of the 2014-15 season, Collaborative Bargaining Team members for the Steamboat Springs School District were addressing whether the district should create its own parenting leave policy.
Inside the bargaining room at the Steamboat Springs School District, employees and district representatives use a specific series of practices to reach complicated policy decisions.
Staff at Integrated Community say the waiting list for people seeking partnerships to work on their language skills is long.
South Routt Elementary School third-grader Lexi Vandenburg learned the perils of cancer at a very young age. Lexi took an ordinary school project and turned it into something much more in an effort to honor a stricken family member.
As a member of the National Honor Society, Sofia Rodriguez is a proven leader in the classroom. She is so excited about the speech and debate team that she has been known to even recruit new members.