Officials: High Participation Across Colorado For New TestsOn the eve of the first round of Common Core testing, the Colorado State Board of Education declared its support for parents' right to choose to keep their children from being assessed.
3rd Day Of Walkouts For Hundreds Of Metro Area StudentsSeveral hundred high school students in the Denver metro area walked out of class for a third day in protest of the police action in Ferguson.
Schools Plan For Cold Mornings By Warming Buses OvernightSchool districts across the Denver metro area plan ahead to ensure their school buses are running on time during bitter cold mornings so students don't have to wait outside for too long.
Not Your Parents' School Lunch: Districts Innovate With Food Trucks, Smartphone AppsSchool meals served now are likely unrecognizable to parents. Although the staples -- pizza, hamburgers, chicken nuggets -- remain, they're joined by chorizo quesadillas, harvest sweet potato bakes and Asian crispy chicken bowls, just to name a few.
National Boys & Girls Clubs Week Focuses On New CEO, GoalsThese Boys and Girls Club kids may look like they are just creating art right now but they are honing skills to use later on in life.
How Cold Is Too Cold For School?Every school district has a different policy about how cold is too cold for school. Thursday some districts decided it was too cold for such an early start so they delayed start times.
Aurora Schools Employee Arrested In Child Prostitution StingAn Aurora Public Schools employee is among eight men arrested in a child prostitution sting.
Aurora Public Schools Makes Selection For New SuperintendentAurora Public Schools gave its suggestion for who it wants to lead its district on Monday.
Finalists For Aurora Public Schools Superintendent AnnouncedFour finalists for Aurora Public Schools open superintendent position have been announced.
Aurora Truancy Reduction Team Getting Results A group from Aurora Public Schools has been going door to door to encourage students to get back to school.
Former Superintendent Of The Year Leaving Aurora Public SchoolsA man once named Colorado Superintendent of the Year has decided to leave the Aurora School District.
Victims' Families Appear To Have Resolved Donations IssueFamily members of the Aurora theater shooting victims appear to have resolved their differences over where the money from donations should go.