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Friday, November 1, 2013 He's been called an angel on one side and a meddler on the other in regards to Tuesday's school board election. But few in Mesa County know much more than what a Google search will yield about C...McVaney is the Greenwood
Two daughters, 12-year-old at Ranch View Middle School and 14-year-old at ThunderRidge High School. Why are you running? "I am running to: Restore resources to our schools. The district's fund balance has quadrupled to $83 million due to their
The Douglas County Federation, a teachers union, has asked the Colorado Department of Education to outline the process for challenging the district's implementation of a market-based evaluation system under the educator effectiveness law, known as SB
Children are not just learning about the vibrant green hue that comes from mixing yellow and blue on a color wheel. They are using colors to describe the way they think, behave and learn. The 65,000-student school district is piloting a program at 14
The events of what happened that week rocked the community and made headlines...But a concerted effort by the school district, sheriff's office and other organizations is making a big difference in reducing the rate of teen suicides in Douglas County.
Font Resize The Denver Post Douglas County School District administrators and teacher union representatives are at odds over a recently approved plan that injects $15.7 million into pay raises, bonuses and other compensation next school year.
In 1991, board members for Adams 12 in Thornton approved a contract to give teachers and other certified employees a "career change/retirement" stipend to compensate for the district's low salaries. The district also believed that the benefit would
Font Resize The Denver Post Sage Canyon Elementary has been evacuated due to a gas leak in a nearby neighborhood. The decision from the Douglas County School District is a precautionary measure, according to district officials. Students are being
The American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado filed a petition Thursday with the Colorado Supreme Court, asking that it overturn the state appeals court ruling that found that Douglas County schools' voucher program did not violate the state
Font Resize Carrie Mendoza, right, was sworn in as a member of the Douglas County school board at the meeting March 14, 2013, in Castle Rock. (Provided by Douglas County School District) Carrie Mendoza has been appointed to fill a vacant seat on the