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Students stepping up as peer educators

Students stepping up as peer educators

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs High School has welcomed a new addition to its campus: a peer education based writing center. Fostering literacy The writing center, designed and launched by English…

PSHS places in ‘You Can Play, Colorado!’ contest

By Bert Borgmann Special to The PREVIEW The Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) has announced the winners of its inaugural “You Can Play, Colorado!” contest — a program focused on…

Sorority donates 500 new children’s books to Head Start

Sorority donates 500 new children’s books to Head Start

By Carole Howard Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online Pagosa Springs members of the Pi Beta Phi San Juan alumnae club delivered 500 new children’s books to the local…

Creativity earns local students a place in state competition

Pagosa’s Destination ImagiNation (DI) teams soared above and beyond at the DI regional competition held last Saturday at Durango High School. Pagosa students competed alongside teams from Durango, Telluride, Ouray,…

A win for you and for Seeds

A win for you and for Seeds

By Dee McPeek Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online Have you ever thought about what you would do with $10,000? That decision could be yours if you are the…

Youth development nonprofits receive a boost from El Pomar Foundation

Youth development nonprofits receive a boost from El Pomar Foundation

By Lori Bellingham Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online Hundreds of southwestern Colorado’s young people and their families will receive the services they need this year. On March 13, a total…

Americana Project students travel to Oregon to attend the Songwriting Academy for Youth

Americana Project students travel to Oregon to attend the Songwriting Academy for Youth

By Bob Hemenger Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online On March 6, four students from Pagosa Springs High School’s Americana Project class traveled with their instructor, Bob Hemenger, to…

Working their way to the capitol: Eighth graders to go on historical tour in June

Working their way to the capitol: Eighth graders to go on historical tour in June

Thirty-eight eighth graders will be traveling with junior high history teacher Scott White, along with eight other chaperons, to the east coast this June to experience our nation’s historical sites…

FACE to award $3,000 in teacher grants

By Lynne McCrudden Special to The PREVIEW FACE, the Foundation for Archuleta County Education, announces that a $1,000 grant will be awarded to each school in the district for use…

After School Enrichment Program

After School Enrichment Program

Photo courtesy Archuleta County Education Center The Archuleta County Education Center’s After School Enrichment Program at Pagosa Springs Elementary School includes Cooking Around the World on Mondays and Tuesdays, and…