A standing room only crowd of more than 75 people turned out to see the Steamboat Springs Board of Education revote Thursday on a proposed employee compensation package.
The Steamboat Springs Education Fund will cover the cost of an extra fourth-grade teacher at Strawberry Park Elementary and an additional section of middle school French. It will also contribute $33,500 to help fund all-day kindergarten.
Attorneys tell school board members no conflict of interest exists
The Steamboat Springs Board of Education will revisit last week’s vote on the Collaborative Bargaining Team compensation package during a special meeting Thursday.
Eleven members of the 18-member group held an informal vote last week on whether to move forward with any recommendations before this November’s election, and the majority voted to wait until 2017.
There is no bigger celestial “wow” moment than seeing the planet Saturn through a telescope for the first time.
When traveling to Vietnam with her classmates from Steamboat Mountain School this spring, freshman Ashley Simon was quickly captivated by the country’s delicious food.
Jacqueline “Jackie” Nicole Poirot was the star of the show Sunday at Heritage Christian’s School’s eighteenth and final graduation ceremony.
On the outside, Soroco High School seniors Cala McCollum and Kali Constine looked as if they had everything under control during Saturday’s 2016 class graduation in Oak Creek.
■ Steamboat Springs Community Center Monday: Memorial Day, all sites closed Tuesday: Sloppy Joe, sweet potato, cauliflower, broccoli, tossed salad, cookie/ice cream
■ Steamboat Springs School District Monday: Memorial Day, no school Tuesday: Barbecue pork sandwich
Many Steamboat Springs School District employees are not pleased with the decisions of two Board of Education members Monday to vote against the proposed employee compensation package.
Steamboat Springs High School students, under the direction of industrial arts teacher Dusty Dike, are finishing up their seventh “tiny home” build.
Poor communication and collaboration may be causing a disconnect between old and new members of the Steamboat Springs Board of Education.
Steamboat Springs Board of Education members are considering whether to create a policy to govern the use of medical marijuana in schools following passage of a Colorado bill.
Steamboat Springs Board of Education members were split 2-2 on Monday on whether to approve a proposed employee compensation package, meaning the package won’t be put in place as-is.