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Pagosa Springs Rotary salutes two recent graduates

Pagosa Springs Rotary salutes two recent graduates

By Betty Switzer Special to The SUN Recent Pagosa Springs High School graduates Adeline Thompson and Averie Lynch are being recognized by Pagosa Springs Rotary for their exceptional personal, community…

Pagosa Springs teacher to serve on Commissioner’s Teacher Cabinet

Pagosa Springs teacher to serve on Commissioner’s Teacher Cabinet

Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Education announced this week the members of the first-ever Commissioner’s Teacher Cabinet. The full version of this story is available in the…

Pirate cheerleaders to host Youth Cheer Summer Camp

By Tina Remlinger Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs High School Pirate cheerleaders will be hosting a Youth Cheer Summer Camp from 9 to 11:30 a.m. July 17 through…

No Child Left Hungry aims to feed children during summer months

By Kim Hamilton Special to The SUN It’s summertime. The kids are out of school and out playing and having lots of fun. The full version of this story is…

DUST2 fundraiser to help reroute trail due to unstable hill behind school

By Annie Sewell Special to The SUN On Wednesday, June 14, DUST2, the Town of Pagosa Springs and the Archuleta School District (ASD) met to discuss the hill behind the…

School board grants superintendent raise, contract extension

On June 13, the Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education (BOE) voted to extend Superintendent Linda Reed’s contract and granted the administrator a raise. The full version of this…

School district lowers kindergarten tuition

In an attempt to have more kids attend full-day kindergarten, the Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education voted on June 13 to cut the tuition cost for full-day kindergarten…

Rotary awards record $30,000 in scholarships

By Livia Lynch Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Rotary Club is proud to announce those individuals receiving 2017 Rotary scholarships totaling a record $30,000. The full version of…

New charter school law provides greater accountability, transparency to parents, taxpayers

By Mike Wetzel Special to The SUN Gov. John Hickenlooper signed House Bill 1375 into law opening a new chapter in transparency and accountability for charter schools in Colorado. The…

Charter school hires additional advisors

The board of the Pagosa Peak Open School (PPOS) approved hiring three additional advisors (teachers) Sunday afternoon, bringing the new school’s count to four so far. The full version of…