Kati Weis

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Fewer than one out of every 10 Colorado children who rely on subsidized lunches during the school year have access to free summer lunch.
A technical training program housed in a state-of-the-art building unveiled Thursday will enable students at Front Range Community College to pursue in-demand specialties
Bal Swan Children’s Center’s new gym is on the cusp of a growing trend for more inclusive physical education.
After a nearly two-month public survey period, Jefferson County Public Schools has decided against tearing down and rebuilding Columbine High School.
One goal of this program is to help school nurses identify asthma triggers and then develop individual health plans for students who have the chronic breathing condition.
Ten Denver schools are getting highly localized air quality sensors. The data goes live this fall.
The Colorado State Board of Education terminated HOPE Online Learning Academy’s ability to serve nearly 400 Aurora students.
“Jeffco public schools wishes to be an inclusive place for students and staff,” said Superintendent Jason Glass.
The new school would be built to the west of the current school and would retain the same name of Columbine High School.
Dozens in support of LGBTQ students and staff plan to press the Jefferson County School Board to consider and adopt updated anti-discrimination policies.
Harrison High School has made a concerted effort to work closely with its at-risk students and expose them to all of the possibilities for their future, officials say.
As more Colorado school districts cut back to just four days a week in the face of financial pressures, many parents are looking for ways to fill that fifth day.
To help boost the mobility of young people, Denver will offer 12- to 18-year-olds free transit passes usable with their smartphones this summer.
Fulfilling a key campaign promise, Gov. Jared Polis signed into law a bill funding full-day kindergarten to much pomp at a ceremony at Stedman Elementary in Denver.