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Earlier this summer, a couple hundred teachers got to pretend they were astronauts. Northglenn High School’s Mike Cengia was among them. Cengia teaches math and engineering at Northglenn High, a school with a robust STEM program. STEM — … more
An initiative that may appear on Colorado’s November’s ballot would, if adopted, nearly triple the state’s current cigarette excise tax. This, we believe the evidence shows, will usher in a wave of cigarette smuggling and other undesirable … more
A common part of contemporary training at a time when the Orlando shootings or, even, the Aurora movie theater shootings, are still fresh on the mind, Westminster police, firefighters, paramedics and other first responders gathered recently for a … more
City officials said more than 2,000 Westminster residents participated in a recent telephone town hall held by the Westminster City Council. Council on Aug. 4 conducted its sixth telephone town hall meeting, with approximately 24,000 calls made … more
Every three years, the Colorado Department of Education publishes a comprehensive report on Colorado’s charter school sector. The 2016 State of Charter Schools report was published last month. The report — and its unsurprisingly encouraging … more
There’s plenty of expressions for when two people are simpatico: “Two peas in a pod” or “they go together like bread and butter” or “two of a kind” or, in this instance, “like mother, like daughter” are all clichés that fit this … more
Due diligence is always the cornerstone of any good bond measure campaign, and the Adams 12 Five Star School District’s Long-Range Planning Advisory Committee — as well as the district’s superintendent of schools — believe they’ve got a … more
Eight new volunteers were sworn in last week as Court Appointed Special Advocates of Adams and Broomfield counties. The Honorable Chief Judge Patrick Murphy of the state's 17th Judicial District swore in the eight new volunteer advocates Aug. 9 … more
As an elementary school teacher in New Mexico, Nick Mischel had to keep a certain appearance. “In teaching, you have to be relatively conservative,” Mischel said. “I was able to have a goatee, but not a full-on beard.” Three years ago, … more
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When families prepare for the first month of school, they often include grandparents who provide before- and after-school care, when possible. Sometimes they are on call in case of emergencies or available on FaceTime or Skype for children to … more
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