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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…

GOAL Academy announces Pagosa Springs graduates

By Kimberley Bradshaw Special to The SUN On June 6, the Colorado State Fair Events Center in Pueblo was the venue for GOAL Academy and Rocky Mountain Digital Academy Class…

ConnectEd Initiative for wireless connectivity sees progress

By Casey Crow Staff Writer Two years ago, President Barack Obama announced that he was setting a goal to provide 99 percent of American students with access to next-generation broadband…

New assistant principal hired for Pagosa Springs Middle School

New assistant principal hired for Pagosa Springs Middle School

By Casey Crow Staff Writer Archuleta School District (ASD) recently hired a new assistant principal for Pagosa Springs Middle School. The position was left vacant by Justin Cowan, who was…

Colorado Community College System develops badge designation to improve students’ ability to gain employment

By Rhonda Bentz Special to The SUN The Colorado Community College System (CCCS) is developing a new designation to improve students’ ability to gain employment and to meet industry demands.…

Colorado proposes new legislation on state standardized testing

By Casey Crow Staff Writer The Colorado Department of Education (CDE) is considering significant changes to standardized testing for students in Colorado based on House Bill 15-1323. Key changes include…

Pagosa educators invited to speak at annual Growing Together Summit

Pagosa educators invited to speak at annual Growing Together Summit

By Casey Crow Staff Writer The third annual Growing Together Summit was held at Fort Lewis College in Durango June 8-11. The conference offered “meaningful and empowering professional development for…