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Cindy Stevenson

An image from the rally (credit: CBS)

Jeffco Teachers Rally Outside School Board Meeting Over Contract

Hundreds of teachers rallied outside a Jefferson County School Board meeting on Monday.

04/07/2014

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Jefferson County Superintendent Quits Earlier Than Expected

Jefferson County teachers confronted their school board Saturday morning after hearing their outgoing superintendent announce that she’s quitting earlier than planned.

02/08/2014

Dr. Cindy Stevenson (credit: CBS)

Chief Of Largest Colorado School District To Retire

Superintendent Cindy Stevenson announced at a Jefferson County Public Schools board meeting Thursday she will step down in July.

11/08/2013

Jefferson County parents discuss the classroom dashboard (credit: CBS)

Classroom Dashboard Draws Questions From JeffCo Parents

The Colorado Board of Education is holding a study session on a pilot program that will bring detailed student information together into one database.

08/21/2013

Jefferson County Schools Superintendent Cindy Stevenson talks with CBS4's Jennifer Brice (credit: CBS)

Schools Review Procedures After Jessica Ridgeway Case

Jessica Ridgeway’s disappearance had CBS4 wondering about school procedures when children don’t show up for class and found one school is already making changes because of the case.

10/09/2012

A Costco employee hangs up a Jessica Ridgeway flier (credit: CBS)

Massive Community Response In Search For Jessica Ridgeway

There’s been a massive community response with so many people wanting to help in the search for Jessica Ridgeway.

10/08/2012

Students in Jefferson County (credit: CBS)

State’s Largest School District Welcomes Students Back

It was back to school for the state’s largest district as students flooded classrooms in Jefferson County Monday morning.

08/20/2012

Tuesday night's meeting in Lakewood saw heavy attendance. (credit: CBS)

Budget Problems For JeffCo Schools Worse Than First Thought

Last month Jeffco Public Schools estimated they would lose $37 million with the cuts to education announced by Gov. John Hickenlooper. Now the district says it will lose nearly $40 million in funding.

03/09/2011

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