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Little Black Dress Affair: fun with a purpose

Little Black Dress Affair: fun with a purpose

By Dee McPeek Special to The PREVIEW The planning for Seeds of Learning’s Little Black Dress Affair is moving into the frenetic last few weeks. We’ll be sharing more about…

Board votes ‘no’ on school-based health center

The Archuleta School District Board of Education gave in to public pressure at Tuesday night’s meeting, deciding to back away from the idea of a school-based health center … for…

College fair features reps from over 40 colleges

By Mark Thompson Special to The SUN On Monday, Sept. 8, Pagosa Springs High School will be hosting a college fair in the high school commons from 6 to 7:30…

Coloradans can save money with school tax credits

By Stephanie Carson Special to The SUN It’s back-to-school time, and thousands of Coloradans are spending millions of dollars on advanced education. In addition to the student loans and grants…

Students invited to enter radon poster contest

By Freddy Arck Special to The SUN Colorado students have until Oct. 31 to put their creativity to work promoting awareness of indoor radon risks by participating in the 2015…

Seeds of Learning cruise filling up

Seeds of Learning cruise filling up

By Dee McPeek Special to The PREVIEW Get that little black dress from the closet and join us for the captain’s dinner on the “SS Seeds of Learning” cruise. We…

GED program to begin with registration week

GED program to begin with registration week

By Rosalind Marshall Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Education Center’s GED preparation program kicks off with a registration week beginning Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 1 p.m. Another registration…

Department of Education releases TCAP results

Data released last month by the Colorado Department of Education indicated that, for the most part, local students improved in reading, remained steady in writing, but got worse in math.…

Going back to school can be a literal headache

By Stephanie Carson Special to The SUN Going back to school after summer break can be a literal headache for some Colorado children. Dr. Nick DeBlasio, a pediatrician with the…

School superintendent refuses to release documents

The evaluation tool for the superintendent of the Archuleta School District was one of three major discussion items on the agenda at the Board of Education’s annual strategic planning retreat,…