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Keuning wins school board, fire district mill levy fails

Keuning wins school board, fire district mill levy fails

By Marshall Dunham Staff Writer The unofficial results for the Archuleta County coordinated election are in, with Lisl Keuning winning a seat on the Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of…

Town, county discuss early childhood education

Early childhood development, workforce housing and high-speed Internet access are the three main economic development issues local government has decided in recent months to focus a concerted effort on solving.…

Adventures in learning

Adventures in learning

In 2013, teachers at Pagosa Springs Middle School got together and collaborated on creating an “adventure day” for the eighth-grade class in Moab, Utah. Now, two years and three adventures…

Reminder for parents and students: Check out college tax credits

Special to The SUN With another school year just around the corner, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reminds parents and students that now is a good time to see if…

School receives energy-performance report

On Tuesday, Oct. 20, the Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education held a special meeting to hear a presentation on energy performance from Honeywell Building Solutions and the Colorado…

Destination Imagination meetings planned

By Sheila Weahkee Special to The SUN The San Juan Board of Cooperative Educational Services is hosting several Destination Imagination informational meetings for parents, students, teachers and community volunteers. Destination…

School board approves wearing hats in school

The Archuleta School District (ASD) held its regular board meeting Tuesday, Oct. 6, during which the long-standing rule against hats in school was overturned. The dress code was a hot…

Kurz, students attend Sustaining Colorado Watersheds Conference

Kurz, students attend Sustaining Colorado Watersheds Conference

On Wednesday, Oct. 7, J.D. Kurz, a global science teacher at Pagosa Springs High School, presented a paper on snow flow (runoff due to snow melt) at the 10th annual…

‘Monster Book Fair’ set to open Monday

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW Families, teachers and the community are invited to attend the Scholastic Book Fair hosted by Pagosa Springs Elementary School Oct. 12-22 during school…

Retro Metro Kids receives Healthy Event Seal of Approval

By Cindy Schultz Special to The SUN The San Juan Basin Health Department, with endorsement from the Celebrating Healthy Communities Coalition in Pagosa Springs, proudly awards the Healthy Event Seal…