Help Chalkbeat Colorado cover the 2023-24 school year

A young girl yells happily in front of a school with a colorful “Welcome Back” sign.
Saliyah Taylor, 7, celebrates her first day school at Jewell Elementary School in Aurora. (Hyoung Chang / The Denver Post)

A new school year has begun, and Colorado students around the state are back in classrooms, hopeful for a fresh start and gearing up for the work ahead.

At Chalkbeat Colorado, we want to hear from you — parents, teachers, students, school administrators, community activists, everyone who cares about our kids and our schools. Tell us what you’re excited about and what you’re worried about, what’s going well and what you want to see change. 

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