Denver Public Schools To Ask For Nearly $4 Million For New LocksColorado's largest school district is asking for nearly $4 million for a mechanical fix that will streamline the lockdown procedure in an emergency.
Small Town Colorado Students Learn About Pot In SchoolSome students in a small town of Oak Creek, about three hours drive northwest of Denver, are learning about pot.
Free School Breakfast Program May Be Scaled BackA free breakfast program at Colorado's poorest schools could be scaled back. The lawmaker behind the program says it’s the only way to save it.
5th Annual Bike To School Day Takes Place May 4Despite the snow and rain on Friday, thousands of students hope for warm, sunny conditions for the fifth annual Bike to School day on May 4.
Elevated Lead Levels Found At Jeffco Head StartElevated levels of lead discovered at the Jefferson County Head Start have resulted in the closure of the center in Arvada.
Students Get Search-And-Rescue Experience Inside Burning BuildingStudents learning the basics of firefighting put their new skills to use this week.
Medical Pot-In-Schools Bill Clears Colorado Legislative HurdleColorado schools would be forced to allow students to use medical pot under a bill that cleared its first hurdle Monday at the state Legislature.
Pot-In-Schools Debate Returns To ColoradoA new Colorado law allowing medical marijuana use at public schools is getting a second look Monday in a House committee.
Student Privacy Bill Authors Call It The Toughest In USEducation apps have become increasingly popular in schools, and teaching isn't the only thing they're being used for.
Aspen Considers Naming Schools After Wealthy Donors As Budget SolutionAspen typically conjures images of the rich and famous, not of a school district with a budget crisis.
Unique Proposal To Raise Funding For Aspen Schools Draws AttentionSchool board members in one of Colorado's wealthiest mountain towns are considering selling names rights to school building to help raise funds for the district.
Colorado Students Have Winning Dream To Help Disabled VeteransStudents at Cherry Creek's Horizon Community Middle School are designing and creating an artificial limb for a veteran who lost a leg. Their efforts are so impressive they won a statewide contest and are now finalists in the national competition.