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Southwest Colorado eSchool to hold Pagosa information session

By Lisa Barrett Special to The SUN The Southwest Colorado eSchool, serving the nine school districts of southwest Colorado, kicks off its spring enrollment drive in April with a series…

Conservatory scholarship available

By Amber Neumann Special to The PREVIEW Applications for Conservatory Music in the Mountains are being accepted through June 1. The Conservatory summer music program runs July 7–28 at Fort…

District solicits responses on school security survey

By Mark DeVoti Special to The SUN The board of education for Archuleta School District 50-JT has been highlighting talks on school safety and security at their monthly meetings and…

District solicits responses on school security survey

By Mark DeVoti Special to The SUN The board of education for Archuleta School District 50-JT has been highlighting talks on school safety and security at their monthly meetings and…

Rotary awards teacher mini grants

Rotary awards teacher mini grants

By Terri House Special to The SUN Pagosa Springs has dynamic teachers with great ideas, who are short on resources. Each year, the Rotary Teacher Mini Grant Committee awards grants…

Elementary school to register kindergarten students for next school year

Parents wishing to register their children in kindergarten at Pagosa Springs Elementary School for the 2013-2014 school year can do so April 22-May 3. In order to be eligible, a…

Pagosa Destination ImagiNation students qualify for the state tournament

By Sally High Special to The SUN Four Destination ImagiNation teams represented Pagosa Springs schools at the Southwest Colorado Regional Tournament and five local DI teams qualified for the Colorado…

Gabrielle Pajak awarded Boettcher Foundation Scholarship

Gabrielle Pajak awarded Boettcher Foundation Scholarship

By Katy Craig Special to The SUN Gabrielle Pajak, a senior at Pagosa Springs High School, has been named one of only 40 2013 Boettcher Foundation Scholarship recipients. Boettcher Scholars…

A successful elementary school Book Fair

By Lisa Scott Special to The SUN The Book Fair at Pagosa Springs Elementary School was an outstanding success. The special theme “Story Laboratory — Reading Gives you Super Power!”…

Nurturing fathers — what they do, why they are important

By Bret Burrows Special to The SUN It was anthropologist Margaret Meade who said, “The supreme test of any civilization is whether it can socialize men by teaching them to…