Maria del Angel is a bilingual single mother with three children, Zavia, age 15, Roberto, age 13, and Alan, age 4. Del Angel, her three children and her brother currently live in a one bedroom apartment in a tough neighborhood in the heart of the Denver metro area, where the crime is so bad the kids cannot even play outside.
Classes, activities an inoculation against 'Senoritis' at Steamboat Springs High School
Try to keep up with Bryn Weaver during a typical Tuesday in her life, and you will understand why the Steamboat Springs High School senior has the endurance to run a 3.1 mile cross country race.
Students learn valuable skills that will help them in college
Although some may say the workload is too heavy and that children should be allowed to be children, students and faculty members at Lowell Whiteman School know that intense two- to three-hour, three-day-long comprehensive semester exams are worth the stress.
College-bound students no longer have to link the name "ACT" solely with the dreaded college entrance exam; the ACT corporation now offers a wide range of information and services about applying to college, exploring careers, getting a job and even providing useful resources to help prepare for the ACT standardized test.
The hills of Steamboat Springs will be alive with the sound of music this week. And there will be enough variety to satisfy everyone's musical taste from traditional Christmas carols to the anything but traditional "Funk-a-Billy Swing" music.
The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association is giving employers and other community members the opportunity to become educated about integrating cultural diversity into the community by sponsoring a Business 2 Business Luncheon today at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
When Nancy Spillane, head of Lowell Whitman Primary School, received a "head of school" medal with a beautiful inscription from her 1995 eighth-grade class, she was determined to find a use for it.