The next generation of directors will present their work Saturday as part of the inaugural Steamboat Springs Student Film Festival. The event will showcase 25 shorts submitted by budding talent from the local, state and national levels.
The Steamboat Springs Education Fund Board on Wednesday night approved its 2013-14 budget after giving its final support to all grant requests from Routt County’s three school districts.
The second annual Sailor Luau is 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the high school. More than 400 people attended last year’s event, which raised more than $10,000 for the Pio Utu Scholarship Fund, which is used to award college scholarships to graduating seniors at the high school.
Third-graders in Steamboat Springs continue to outperform state results on standardized reading test
The results from the reading portion of the Transitional Colorado Assessment Program released Tuesday showed third-graders here scored well above the state average.
More than 400 eighth-grade boys and girls from public and private schools throughout Northwest Colorado descended on the Colorado Mountain College campus in Steamboat Springs for a day of workshops, food and fun.
For the first time in five years, the district is anticipating it will receive more from the state for each of its students, not less.
U.S. News & World Report recently ranked the campus as the 20th best high school in Colorado based on the academic performance of its students.
The second readings of the grants come after the board's grant-vetting committee spent months trimming by about $300,000 an initial list of requests worth $2.75 million.
For years, the district's directors and administrators have received pay raises based on how much of an increase the district's teachers and classified staff receive.
Started in fall 2004, the district's elementary school Montessori program at Strawberry Park Elementary School once was so popular parents had to hope their child's name was drawn from a lottery to earn a spot in the class.
Moffat County, Steamboat Springs slated for broadband infrastructure
High-speed broadband Internet service could be on its way to the Moffat County and Steamboat Springs school districts after the National Telecommunications and Information Administration announced Tuesday that it lifted its stop construction order against the maligned EAGLE-Net Alliance.
Steamboat educators still not on board with major school finance bill that is nearing governor's desk
The caucus that represents more than 100 rural school districts across the state is not backing the major school finance bill approved Monday by the Colorado House of Representatives.
There are five seniors in Routt County who have enlisted in the military this school year, and they represent a very small percentage of their graduating classes.
If there’s an easy solution to Steamboat Springs High School’s sports budget crises, no one around seems to be close to finding it.
To mend athletics shortfall, Steamboat school district considering a combination of fee increases, program cuts
Proposed changes include a new $20 fee on extra-curricular activities, a scaling back of the cheerleading program and the elimination of the high school's speech team.