Rise & Shine: Therapeutic program for students considering former prison site

FACING THE UNKNOWN Meet three undocumented Denver educators facing an uncertain future in Donald Trump’s America. Chalkbeat Colorado

P.E. GAP Students in Denver elementary and K-8 schools where half or more students are English language learners get less physical education time than students at other district schools. Chalkbeat Colorado

REAL ESTATE An intensive therapeutic day treatment program for students ages 5 to 18 with emotional disabilities or autism is eyeing a former prison in Brush as a future site. Fort Morgan Times

DISCRIMINATION CLAIMS A white Arvada woman claims she was the subject of racial discrimination in the Adams 14 school district. 7News

MAKERSPACE The new Innovation Lab at Boulder’s Flatirons Elementary School mixes low-tech makerspace supplies like cardboard with high-tech options like iPad Pros. Daily Camera

WEIGHING A BOND The Douglas County school board will gauge interest in putting a tax measure on the 2017 ballot to generate money for capital needs across the district. Douglas County News-Press

GIVING BACK A new Denver organization focuses on giving children — no matter how young — the chance to volunteer and give back to their communities. 9News