Steamboat Springs High School's class of 2014 earned $200,000 more in scholarships this spring. Around 90 percent of Steamboat graduates plan to attend college.
Steamboat Springs School Board members again find themselves faced with filling a vacant board seat following Board President Rebecca Williams' announcement that she'll be resigning from her post at the end of last week's meeting.
Sofia Rodriguez could not have imagined that in 2014, as a high school junior, it would become her life’s ambition to be a physicist. Nor could Sarah MacCarthy, a graduate of the University of Utah, have foretold that her career focus would center on her fluency in Spanish.
With thoughts of yesterday’s memories and the hopes and dreams for the future on the minds of each graduating Steamboat Springs High School senior, it’s hard to focus on the present.
The graduating seniors at the Yampa Valley High School stepped to the podium Friday, and accepting their hard-earned diplomas while looking forward to life after high school.
As the state of the environment becomes a more pressing issue, students of Steamboat Springs Middle School and Steamboat Springs High School have taken an active role in working to raise awareness and decrease waste within the schools and community.
The Steamboat Springs School Board was set to adopt a 2015-16 calendar on Monday, but enough concern was raised about the proposed option for the members to table it until possibly June 16.
The Steamboat Springs School Board discussed a variety of things in its second-to-last meeting of the 2013-14 year. The board adopted its 2014-15 budget, discussed administration contracts and gave a world languages update.
Steamboat Springs School District bus driver Clair Erickson is hanging up his bus keys after 19 years of transporting students to and from school in the area.
Saturday the Lowell Whiteman School had 16 seniors graduate, each preparing to choose their own adventure.
It was almost as if Darci Mohr was destined to be the next superintendent for the South Routt School District.
More than anything else, Yampa Valley High School teacher Chuck Rosemond — the 2013-14 district educator of the year — wants his students to feel like the real high-schoolers they are.
The Lowell Whiteman School's Global Immersion Studies students made their way back to campus earlier this month after trips to Peru, Ecuador, Vietnam-Cambodia and Tanzania.
Soroco High School graduated 18 students in its class of 2014, 14 of whom plan to attend college in the fall.
Routt County school lunch menus for the week of May 26