Steamboat Springs School Board members Monday reviewed an updated 2014-15 district budget that leaves it operating at a nearly $74,000 deficit.
The Steamboat Springs School Board will meet Monday to discuss proposed budget changes, its electronic participation in meetings policy and other business.
The Steamboat Springs School District is nearing completion of a $2.78 million energy efficiency overhaul that includes thousands of new light bulbs and new digitally controlled thermostats.
The Steamboat Springs School District was recognized Tuesday as the top performing school district in the state for its work improving academic growth among English language learners.
Three hours into their first negotiation session of the 2014-15 season, Collaborative Bargaining Team members for the Steamboat Springs School District were addressing whether the district should create its own parenting leave policy.
Inside the bargaining room at the Steamboat Springs School District, employees and district representatives use a specific series of practices to reach complicated policy decisions.
There is no issue that Norma Techarukpong is not willing to tackle as a member of Teen Council, and there is nothing she isn’t open to learning about as a student of this world.
Recent Steamboat Springs High School graduate Danny Kramer wasn’t sure what to expect the first time he met Zach Skubiz on the set of a high school production.
Zachary R. Sabel, a 1995 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, has spent the last seven years of his life redirecting his career goals toward skydiving. Last week, he and 51 others set a jumping world record in Arizona.
Additional discretionary funding at Steamboat Springs schools would support a more thriving art program, teachers told the school board Monday.
The board will have its second training session led by Steve Muntean, of the Muntean Leadership Group, during a board workshop at 5:30 p.m. Monday at the district office board room, 325 Seventh St.
The Steamboat Springs School District has been named to the College Board’s AP District Honor Roll for its efforts to expand AP curriculum while increasing student performance on AP tests.
More than $44,000 will go toward 21st century learning initiatives as part of the third round of Challenge Fund grants awarded to Strawberry Park and Soda Creek elementary schools.
The Steamboat Springs School Board is expected to approve 29 Challenge Fund grants awarded this year for field trips, supplies and programs at Strawberry Park and Soda Creek elementary schools.
The Boys & Girls Club of Steamboat Springs is inviting the public to an open house at the club Thursday afternoon, which will coincide with an event for the statewide Rise Above Colorado organization to prevent teen drug use.