Longtime Steamboat Springs High School bookkeeper Denise Pearson is remaining hopeful after starting a new round of chemotherapy this week to fight recently diagnosed leukemia.
The Steamboat Springs Board of Education voted in August for the school district to let voters decide whether to approve Referendum 3C, a mill levy override to fund free all-day kindergarten in the city.
Local parents took their knowledge about illegal drugs to a higher level Wednesday during a meeting with local law enforcement.
Anticipation is building for a new Steamboat Springs School District demographics report, with stakeholders curious to see how new projections compare to a 2014 report.
Educators from around the region gathered last Friday at Steamboat Springs High School for the fifth annual COLLAB conference, organized by Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services.
In an era where school shootings are too often a part of the daily news, getting accurate information to parents in a timely manner is critical for school officials.
The Community Committee for Education, or CC4E, is hoping to once again engage the community in discussions about the future of the Steamboat Springs School District.
Understanding the Steamboat Springs School District's budget crunch
With $6.3 billion in funding given to Colorado schools this year alone, some Coloradoans wonder why districts statewide, including Steamboat Springs, need more.
More students in kindergarten through 12th grades are attending public school in Routt County than ever before, according to official enrollment counts taken by schools Wednesday.
The Steamboat Springs School District will test its emergency communication system at 10 a.m. Oct. 7, a day on which students will not be in school.
Steamboat Springs High School drama students will present two more performances of "Noises Off" at 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Steamboat Springs School District administrators Monday emphasized the district’s need for a communications liaison.
Science teachers told the Steamboat Springs Board of Education Monday that, while the district has a robust science program, a lack of science classrooms complicates classes.
Katelyn Ibarra will never forget the nasty spring storm that caused slick roads around Steamboat Springs on March 29.
CC4E members representing task forces studying areas including district facilities, accountability and policy, demographics and finance reported meaningful progress during a meeting Tuesday.