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Science fair judges needed

By Sheila Weahkee Special to The SUN San Juan BOCES is hosting the 58th annual San Juan Basin Regional Science Fair on Thursday, March 3, at the La Plata County…

FLC’s annual Latino College Day offers an inside look at college

By Mitchel Davis Special to The SUN Latino College Day at Fort Lewis College is the annual event that welcomes ninth- through 12th-grade Hispanic students and their families to campus…

Deadline extended for summer high school robotics apprenticeship

The deadline to apply for Adams State University’s High School Apprenticeship Research Program in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics has been extended to Feb. 15. Current high school juniors and seniors…

Retro Metro Kids partners with new after-school program

In early December, the Archuleta School District (ASD) received the first installment of a grant that will total $182,000 from the Colorado Health Foundation (CHF). The grant will be used…

New conversation class for non-native speakers of English

New conversation class for non-native speakers of English

By Lynn Rose Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Education Center (ACEC) is offering a new English conversation class, Wednesday Conversation, held every Wednesday evening from 5 to 7…

Hypotheses, results and conclusions: Science fair results

Hypotheses, results and conclusions: Science fair results

By Tim Taylor Special to The SUN Science. Indeed, the quest for scientific insight was again the theme for Pagosa Springs Middle School students, grades six through eight, during the…

Rotary to award $20,000 in college scholarships

By John Richardson Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Rotary Club is pleased to announce that $20,000 in college scholarships and vo-tech scholarships will be awarded in 2016. The…

Helping students achieve their highest goals

Helping students achieve their highest goals

“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” — Henry Adams, American historian. A teacher’s belief in a student can profoundly influence them, both in the…

Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery exam offered to students

By Mark Thompson Special to The SUN There is an opportunity for students to take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) exam on Feb. 10 at Pagosa Springs High…

St. Patrick’s announces new choir scholarship program

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church is excited to announce a brand new choir scholarship program for high school students and high school graduates working…