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Study says teachers in three large districts can’t afford rent with salary

Welcome to a new, short, week.

Here's what you might have missed this weekend.

Remember the discussions around the use of the Kepner middle school building a few years ago? The Denver Public Schools board voted Thursday to permanently co-locate Rocky Mountain Prep inside the Kepner building in southwest Denver. The school has already been operating there — along with three other programs — but the arrangement was originally going to be temporary. Melanie Asmar has details about the decision.

Also, catch up on how the proposed tax overhaul will impact Colorado grad students and teachers.

— Yesenia Robles, reporter

 

 

CO-LOCATION Charter school Rocky Mountain Prep will now have a permanent location inside the Kepner building. Chalkbeat

TAX OVERHAUL Proposed tax cuts could mean cuts to popular deductions for graduate students and teachers. Colorado Public Radio

TEACHER SALARY A new study says teachers in three large districts aren’t able to afford rent. Colorado Public Radio

REPORTING Calls to the state hotline Safe2Tell, where students can report bullying, drugs or depression among other things, are rapidly increasing. Durango Herald

ALUMNI SUCCESS The music program from East High School in Denver will be inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame. Denver Post

OPEN DIALOGUE An Eagle County official wants parents to be aware that their child might be taking the state’s Healthy Kids Survey this month. Vail Daily