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Rise & Shine: Aurora Central High School wins Broncos grant for new field

A group of Adams 14 parents and community organizers hosted a meeting with all five board members on Friday night. The goal was to let parents air their concerns on neutral ground and to give the board a list of demands. Chief among them was to remove the superintendent. The group said they are ready to recall school board members if their concerns aren't addressed. But it's not the first time some of the board members have been threatened with a recall. Read more on that story below.

Today's news roundup also includes a story about a large grant from the Denver Broncos to an Aurora high school, and another one from NBC to a southwest Denver school.

Have a good day!

— Yesenia Robles, reporter

LOOMING A group of parents and community members presented the Adams 14 school board with a list of demands they want addressed soon, or they will file recall petitions for the board. Chalkbeat

ROUNDING Lawmakers disagree about what to do with nearly $7 million that resulted when Colorado’s students this year were fewer and better off economically than projected. Chalkbeat

UPGRADES Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy in southwest Denver documented problems with their building in a video that won them a $10,000 grant from NBC. Chalkbeat

FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS The Denver Broncos announced a $250,000 grant to Aurora Central High School to build a new football field for the school’s team this fall. Denver Post, CBS 4

INVESTIGATION The Denver school district will hire an independent firm to investigate the complaint against the principal of Manual High School who resigned last week. Fox 31

TALENT SEARCH Two Cherry Creek High School students are preparing to present scientific medical research in Washington, D.C. as finalists in a competitive science competition. Denver Post