Poudre School District
A new law to change the way school boards negotiate with teacher unions was the only statewide Colorado ballot measure approved by voters Tuesday.
A Front Range school district is looking to cool things down in the classroom and they’re trying to come up with a long-term plan to deal with hot temperatures.
For the second day in a row all students attending schools in the Poudre School District were let out two hours early. The students were seeking relief from hot, stuffy classrooms lacking air conditioning.
Students preparing to head back to school got a boost from volunteers at Colorado State University on Wednesday.
Three students were hurt after a crash involving a car and a school bus in Larimer County Friday morning.
The Poudre School District has released a statement regarding “Spread the Love Week” dress-up days which at one time included a day called “Merica Monday.”
A social media frenzy forced Fort Collins High School to rethink banning a spirit week day called “Merica Day.”
The Poudre School District is taking a different approach to help students deal with a potential heat wave at the beginning of the fall term.
The Poudre School Board in Fort Collins will vote Tuesday night on a plan to have students released two hours early during the first two weeks of the school year.
Many in Northern Colorado are used to the term “snow day” but what about a “heat day.” That’s what has happened for students who won’t be in class on Friday.