The Steamboat Springs School Board will re-evaluate the scope of a proposed school facilities improvement project at the request of Superintendent Brad Meeks.
The Steamboat Springs School Board will reassess Monday night the idea of implementing a more expensive facilities improvement plan at local schools.
The Steamboat Springs Challenge Fund presented a $42,000 check to the School Board earlier this month for local elementary schools to use for grants.
An anti-bullying club at Steamboat Springs Middle School pulled together part of its annual fundraising money to give a $500 scholarship endowment to the high school's club, It Takes Courage.
Newly elected Steamboat Springs School Board members Joey Andrew and Roger Good were officially sworn into office Monday evening, but one seat remains vacant on the five-person board.
At Monday night's Steamboat Springs School Board meeting, a school facilities improvement plan was approved as well as an official, CHSAA-sanctioned high school swim team.
The two men said they look forward to helping a school district that already earns stellar academic ratings gain even higher marks.
Steamboat residents resoundingly passed Referendum 3A on Tuesday, making Steamboat Springs School Board seats all at-large.
The district said the cost of the clinic and its current medical plan is running $98,000 below what was projected for the first quarter of the school year.
At Monday night's Steamboat Springs School District board meeting, members weighed the possibility of adding an official swim team at the high school.
Monday night's Steamboat Springs School District School Board meeting will feature an update on the year-old district employees health clinic, as well as a proposal to implement an official high school swim team.
Throughout my professional career, I have been a member of a system or organization. I have developed business models, sports teams and collegiate courses of study. Engaging in these activities takes skills in planning, creating a vision for success and gathering input from stakeholders.
Many of you already have received your ballots for this fall’s election. Some of you already may have submitted your mail in ballot. For those of you who have not, I would suggest that the school board election is by far the most important local decision you will make when you cast your ballots this fall.
First of all, I would like to thank everyone who took the time to meet with me during the candidate forums and my districtwide Coffee and Chalk Talks to discuss their concerns, ideas and hopes for the future of our school district. Because of the success of the Coffee and Chalk Talks, if elected to the Steamboat Springs School Board, I will be continuing to hosting these public meetings throughout the district during my term in office.
This year, Steamboat Springs High School and Steamboat Springs Middle School are implementing a brand-new health curriculum with the help of a $40,000 state-funded grant.