Boulder Students Could Head Back To Classrooms This FallThe Boulder Valley School District is planning to bring elementary students back full time in the fall.
In-Person Graduation Ceremonies Underway In Douglas CountyThe Douglas County School District will host 14 graduation ceremonies in six days at Echo Park Stadium.
Some Aurora Parents, Students Campaign For Full-Day, In-Person ClassesSome parents and students in the Aurora Public School District rallied on Friday to make sure the district hears their message: they want full-day, in-person school as an option when classes resume this fall.
Parents Concerned After School Districts Forced To Eliminate Most Busing Due To CoronavirusPoudre School District, which educates more than 30,000 students across Northern Colorado each year, recently announced busing will be eliminated for all but 1,400 of their students, just 10% of the students who rely on buses.
Facing Devastating Budget Shortfall, Cherry Creek School District Officials May Cut Middle School SportsThe $60 million budget shortfall will result in drastic changes over the next two years, so serious, the district is even considering eliminating all middle school athletics.
DPS Committee Proposes Budget To Address $65 Million ShortfallThe effects of COVID-19 have impacted student learning and district finances.
CU Boulder Students Calling On School To Break Ties With Boulder Police, Cut Campus Police BudgetAs demands across the country increase for schools and municipalities to reexamine budgets for security and local police departments, some students at the University of Colorado Boulder are calling for the university to end contractual relations with the Boulder Police Department and reduce funding for university police. Students want the school to reallocate that money to other programs like housing and mental health services.
CU Cuts Salary Of Faculty And Staff Making Over $60KStaff and faculty at the University of Colorado who make more than $60,000 a year will be taking a temporary decrease in pay.
Colorado Online School Seeing Increased Enrollment Due To CoronavirusColorado Connections Academy, a K-12, fully accredited online school has seen a spike in interest.
University Of Denver Announces Layoffs And Salary ReductionsThe chancellor at the University of Denver announced major cutbacks in an email to staff this week.
Reopening Colorado: Governor Says Coronavirus Contingency Plans Key For SchoolsColorado’s public schools will need to be flexible about reopening classroom instruction this fall by keeping remote learning options available for students at schools that have coronavirus outbreaks, the governor and the state’s chief epidemiologist told the education board.
Denver Teachers Worry About Looming Budget CutsThe coronavirus pandemic's hit to tax revenues has many school districts looking at where to cut budgets.
'We Are Advancing': Young Poet Shares 200-Year-Old Poem Amid Contentious ClimateKiya Cockrell thought she was headed to Washington D.C. to represent Colorado in the national Poetry Out Loud competition when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
Fort Collins Middle School Team Wins National Science Bowl ... RemotelyEver since the first National Science Bowl in 1991, students have been flown out to Washington to compete head-to-head and in person. The coronavirus pandemic put a halt to that.
Coronavirus Impacting Preschoolers: ‘Children Can Handle News’As a society we’ll be tracking the effects of coronavirus for a very long time, and it’s having a definite impact on our youngest learners.