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Rise & Shine: Pueblo teachers end their strike after pay increase deal

TRY AGAIN The Denver school district is starting over again in their search for a new principal to lead Manual High School. Chalkbeat

GUIDE A toolkit released today is meant to help educators and parents better incorporate help for mental health in schools. Chalkbeat

NEW DEAL Pueblo teachers ended thier week-long strike and accepted the latest offer from the district which includes a 2 percent pay increase for the current year, and another increase in the fall. Pueblo Chieftain, KOAADenver Post, Colorado Public Radio, Channel 7

“FAIR DEAL” Pueblo teachers react to the end of their strike, and talk about a new motivation to make the district better. Pueblo Chieftain

A DIFFERENT PROTEST In Greeley, protestors organized on Sunday to once again protest a group of oil and gas wells that will be about 1,300 feet from an elementary school. Greeley Tribune, CBS 4

MASCOT CHANGES Strasburg High School worked with a tribe to make changes to their mascot and logo, and have received their blessing to keep a Native American mascot through a new collaboration model. CBS 4

DRESS CODE Students at a Colorado Springs middle school protested their dress code last week, prompting the principal to send a letter home, explaining the emotional situation. Gazette

OPTING IN More than 10 years after Mapleton became all choice, the tiny, suburban district stopped losing students to larger metro districts, but state test scores have shown mixed results. Denver Post