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Volunteer educators needed to help children experience nature

By Becky Gillette Special to The SUN Back in the day, weekends and vacations for school-aged children meant long days playing outside — riding bikes, jumping in puddles, wading in…

Fort Lewis College to receive $1.1 million for STEM3 program

By Susan Decker Special to The SUN The U.S. Department of Education recently announced a $1.1 million grant for the STEM3 program at Fort Lewis College. The program will receive…

Archuleta School District hires liaison to facilitate shared schooling

By Casey Crow Staff Writer The Archuleta School District (ASD) recently hired a liaison to work between the ASD and home schooled students in Archuleta County and to develop a…

Slots still available in certified nurse aide program

By Shannon Livick Special to The SUN You can become a certified nursing assistant in as little as seven weeks at Southwest Colorado Community College (SCCC). “This is a great…

Archuleta County Education Center sponsors Summer School Program

Archuleta County  Education Center sponsors Summer School Program

By Lynn Rose Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Education Center (ACEC) is sponsoring the Summer School Program again this year. Based on data from the After School Tutoring…

Goal Academy to hold series of open houses

By Marie Fichtelman Special to The SUN GOAL Academy welcomes interested students and families to visit and learn more about its public high school. GOAL Academy is a Colorado Department…

School starts soon — is your child fully vaccinated?

By Mark Salley Special to The SUN Before the new school year begins, make sure your children have the protection they need. Colorado students are required to have a number…

Pagosa Springs philanthropists invest $5 million in Colorado School of Mines’ policy institute

Pagosa Springs philanthropists invest $5 million in Colorado School of Mines’ policy institute

By Karen Gilbert Special to The SUN Colorado School of Mines’ premier policy institute for earth resources has a new name: the Payne Institute for Earth Resources. Thanks to a…

State releases exam results for elementary and middle school students

By Casey Crow Staff Writer State test results were released last Thursday for elementary and middle school science and social studies testing; however, evaluating the performance of students in the…

New scholarship program announced for FLC accounting and music majors

By Mark Jastorff Special to The SUN The Fort Lewis College (FLC)Foundation is pleased to announce the Gene and Sally Bradley Scholarship. The award will be available in fall 2015…