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Educator Dianna Henn, who provides instruction to teachers, says the key to learning just about anything else might be learning penmanship. “When you want to remember something, how do you usually do it? You write it down,” said Henn, an … more
The Colorado State Board of Education will be giving a $825,164 award to Jefferson County Public Schools from the School Health Professionals Grant Program This state grant program utilizes recreational marijuana tax dollars to help hire … more
Thornton High School students returning from summer break came back to the school’s newest addition — a school-based health clinic that was completed over the summer. Students have been involved in the creation of the clinic, including … more
A Horizon High School teacher who focuses on teaching language skills to English language learners is one of seven finalists for the state Teacher of the Year award. Amy Rehberg, a 24-year veteran teacher at Adams 12 Five Star School’s Horizon … more
Adams 12 school officials say they are closing the books on a very successful year even as they get ready to begin a new one. “We saw some record-high academic growth,” said Christina Dahmen, communications specialist for Adams 12 Five Star … more
Shirley Bradsby remembers when shopping for school supplies for her children — all now grown — was much simpler. And cheaper. These days, with longer lists that include technology and earbuds, getting kids ready for school can dig a deep … more
New and expecting moms throughout the Colorado now have access to free, safe place for babies to sleep with the Colorado launch of the baby box. The Baby Box Co., the company behind the global initiative to equip expecting families with vital … more
Amy Rehberg, who teaches English to immigrant students at Horizon High School, comes from a family of educators. Her parents, grandmothers, and several aunts, uncles and cousins are teachers. But Rehberg decided to take a different career path … more
Westminster officials hope to provide 15,000 more summertime lunches in 2017 than they did last year, part of a statewide effort to cut back on food insecurity that kicked off June 7. Westminster Public School officials joined representatives … more
Whether they were tearing apart household electronics, building something from scratch or inventing a new use for duct tape, the 95 children at Camp Invention in Thornton learned to work as a team and to rely on their problem-solving and … more
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