CC4E members representing task forces studying areas including district facilities, accountability and policy, demographics and finance reported meaningful progress during a meeting Tuesday.
Students with a medical marijuana prescription would be allowed to use marijuana on school grounds only under a strict set of rules, according to a new policy drafted by Steamboat Springs School District staff.
Local school districts have received the results of this spring’s English and math assessments, and parents should expect individual student scores to be sent home in the coming weeks.
It’s likely that more students than ever before returned to public school classrooms across Routt County last week, as shown through preliminary enrollment reports from each district.
Voters this fall will decide whether to approve a tax increase to fund free full-day kindergarten for students in the Steamboat Springs School District.
As most children in the Steamboat Springs School District head for their classrooms on the first day of school Tuesday, one group of students will pilot a new course meeting outside a traditional classroom.
Steamboat Springs Board of Education member Roger Good is a newly appointed member of the state’s Capital Construction Assistance Board, a group that vets grant requests for school capital construction projects.
Members of the Steamboat Springs Board of Education have expressed concern during two recent meetings about the progress of the Community Committee for Education, or CC4E.
When Colorado legislators earlier this year were wrestling with a new bill to protect student data privacy, Tim Miles and other education technology leaders across the state were there to provide input.
Steamboat Springs Board of Education members were unable to agree Monday on whether to pursue a mill levy override to fund free all-day kindergarten.
District and school scores for the Colorado Measures of Academic Success, or CMAS, science exams show Steamboat Springs students continue to perform above state averages, while their peers in smaller districts nearby have varied results.
The Community Committee for Education, or CC4E, is hopeful the district will cover the $3,120 cost, plus potential travel expenses, to hire DPS planner Jim Looney.
Lisa Para Kinder, a two-week kindergarten readiness program, kicked off Aug. 1 and specifically is targeting ELL students, most of whom haven’t attended a preschool program before, according to Sheila Henderson, executive director of Integrated Community.
This year, there will be a big change along the sidelines of high school sporting events in Steamboat Springs, but the school's athletic director is confident that athletes will continue to see a high-level of care.
The Steamboat Springs School District’s historic high school building and the 2.4-acre lot it sits on could be worth $4.6 million, according to an appraiser hired by the district this summer.