Jefferson County Public Schools

Students from the Boulder Valley School District order lunch at a food truck that rotates among high schools in the district. (credit: Boulder Valley School District)

Not Your Parents’ School Lunch: Districts Innovate With Food Trucks, Smartphone Apps

School 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.


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Habanero Peppers To Blame For Evacuation Of Jeffco Open School

Investigators believe they have found the source of allergic-like symptoms that forced an evacuation of a Jefferson County school Monday and sent children to the hospital.


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Standley Lake High Classes To Resume Following Suicide By Fire Attempt

Classes were canceled but counselors will be available to students after a 16-year-old boy set himself on fire at a Westminster high school in an apparent suicide attempt.


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.


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Students Must Pay To Ride Jefferson County Schools Buses

Students wanting to ride the Jefferson County Public Schools to class will have to pay to ride starting this fall.


Stein Elementary School (credit: CBS)

Parents, Students React To BB Gun Incident At School

Parents and student react after a 10-year-old boy was arrested after shooting classmates with a BB gun Monday.


Stein Elementary School (credit: CBS)

10-Year-Old Accused Of Shooting Classmates With BB Gun

A 10-year-old boy has been arrested after shooting classmates with a BB gun Monday.


Jefferson County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Cynthia Stevenson (credit: CBS)

Jeffco Superintendent Meets With Parents Over Budget

The superintendent of Jefferson County Public Schools heard concerns from parents and teachers about budget cuts on Saturday.


Ice on Clear Creek (credit: CBS)

Dog Dies After Venturing Out On Clear Creek

There was a frantic search for a dog that fell through the ice in Clear Creek Sunday afternoon. Unfortunately, the pup didn’t survive.


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CBS4 Investigates Incentives On ‘Count Day’

If your child’s public school is giving away ice cream on Friday, dishing up pizza or offering up a special event, there’s a good reason. Oct. 1st is “Count Day” for Colorado public schools, the day schools count their students and it’s determined how much money school districts get.



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