Just three months remain for Steamboat Springs School District officials to make their case for why the community should support a bond measure to fund a new high school and capital upgrades that come with a price tag in excess of $90 million.
Steamboat Springs High School Class of 1995 reunites and rallies around former classmate David Virgili.
Routt County’s three school district boards of education have a combined 11 seats opening up this fall, and candidates can being circulating election petitions next week.
The school district is considering using the 70-acre Overlook property as a home for the new high school that would have capacity for more than 1,100 students.
The maturity Thania Núñez has gained over the years has led the recent Steamboat Springs High School graduate to earn one of 14 Alpine Bank Latino/Hispanic Scholarships to attend Colorado Mountain College this fall.
Steamboat Springs School Board President Roger Good is one of nine Republican applicants vying for a vacant seat on the Colorado State Board of Education.
The Steamboat Springs School District is negotiating a contract with Yampa Valley Medical Center to take over operations of the district’s employee health center.
If a discussed ballot measure and mill levy override for a new high school and districtwide updates are approved by voters, the average homeowner could see school-related property taxes increase by $287 within a few years.
The Steamboat Springs School Board voted unanimously Monday in favor of a plan to build a new high school on property owned by Yampa Valley Electric Association on the western edge of Steamboat Springs.
After two years of planning, fundraising and practicing, the Steamboat Springs High School band was able to fly to England for a week of music, performance, sight-seeing, some surprise encounters and a recording with BBC Four.
After expressing growing interest last week in the “C.2” option to build a new high school on property owned by the Yampa Valley Electric Association, the Steamboat Springs School Board unanimously agreed that they needed to narrow down the list of which of the six options to pursue.
When Sally Lambert’s son Shane was in second grade, she picked up some math curriculum for older children in an effort to keep his sharp mind challenged.
Board shows preference for new high school, leaves all options on the table
Members of the Steamboat Springs School Board are showing preference for an option to build a new high school, but aren’t taking any of the five options for school construction off the table just yet.
Steamboat Springs city staff and the Steamboat Springs School District school board remain in outspoken disagreement of how the mountain urban renewal authority has financially impacted the district.
A new option to construct a high school on a 70-acre property on the western edge of town was revealed to community members during the latest Steamboat Springs School District facilities meeting Monday night.