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Colorado school board contests, stoked by COVID, draw partisan fervor, big money

Coronavirus and critical race theory motivate national groups, wealthy individuals, parties to get involved in local races

Durango students harvest 10 pounds of hydroponic lettuce as part of greenhouse class

Bounty will be used in Needham Elementary, Escalante Middle School cafeterias

Can a Lego League rekindle students’ interest in STEM education?

Durango School District 9-R seeks volunteers to put program into action

Bayfield School District defends COVID-19 policies

Parents upset unvaccinated students were asked not to attend outside events

Montezuma-Cortez decides on two-week mask mandate for students

School board OKs student mask mandate beginning Monday, allows board to vote by phone for remote learning

CMAS tests show few exceptions to decline in participation, performance

Student test scores fall in Southwest Colorado, but not in every category

Ignacio school board candidates address mask policies, critical race theory

Four candidates in the running for three open seats

Two Cortez school board members resign over decisions on race theory, COVID-19

Schuenemeyer cites race and mask policies. ‘They’re digging their own hole,’ Flaherty says

Montezuma-Cortez school board passes resolution opposing critical race theory

Other issues discussed: staffing shortage, teacher pay, student violence, an LGBTQ+ club and COVID-19

Fort Lewis College boasts largest freshman class in 17 years

Increase attributed to in-person visits, which allow one-on-one guidance

Mesa Verde Elementary School earns Blue Ribbon School designation

National award is based on data taken from state assessments

Bomb threat at two Montezuma-Cortez schools; police search for suspect

A Utah man threatened Cortez police and said he hid bombs at Montezuma-Cortez middle and high schools
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