The district is facing a cashflow issue related to about $1 million in property tax revenue that’s gone uncollected from Peabody.
Steamboat Springs Board of Education members have agreed to give Superintendent Brad Meeks a 2.5 percent salary increase for 2016-17 as part of a new contract agreement lasting through June 2019.
This celestial scorpion scurries across our southern sky on summer evenings, so this month is prime time for scorpion hunting.
The board on Friday heard from Superintendent Brad Meeks about how such a levy would work, how much it would raise and a timeline to consider if the board wishes to put a question on this year’s ballot.
The Steamboat Springs Board of Education Friday voted 3-2 to approve the budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year.
The South Routt School District is facing an immediate financial crisis related to Peabody Energy’s missed property tax payment, Superintendent Darci Mohr said Monday.
The Steamboat Springs School District will charge families of kindergarten students $600 during the upcoming school year to upgrade to a full-day kindergarten program.
The Steamboat Springs Education Fund Board has appointed three new members to begin serving with the group, which sets budget guidelines for spending Steamboat’s half-cent sales tax for education.
This weekend, 38 classmates from Steamboat Springs High School will come together to celebrate their 50-year reunion.
Beloved teacher, student advocate, wildlife rescuer and mother Tracy Bye retired from the middle school this spring and was honored as Educator of the Year by the Steamboat Springs School District.
Even as a freshman, Riley Wilkinson had her sights set on something more than Steamboat Springs High School.
Soroco High School senior Sabrina Ray plans to take her love of science from the classroom to the shores of Hawaii, where she will pursue a degree in marine biology.
Many teenagers that transfer schools during their junior year would have a hard time finding their place again just 18 months before graduation.
Zack Skubiz has come a long way since he was a freshman at Steamboat Springs High School four years ago.
When Tyler Eubank moved back to Steamboat after a few years of living on the Front Range, he was behind on credits and not looking to get lost in a big campus like Steamboat Springs High School.