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Tag: School

Riding Into the Future of Ridgway’s Ranching Heritage

09/07/14 | By | 123 More
Riding Into the Future of Ridgway’s Ranching Heritage

Some kids take the bus to school. Others walk, or ride their bike. Gentry Gobey rides a horse named Zipper.

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THS Graduating Class Largest Ever

THS Graduating Class Largest Ever

I am happy (and humbled) to report that our community has once again stepped up and responded to this increased need with increased giving.

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Moving On: Ouray School Bids Adieu to Three Beloved Teachers

05/30/14 | By | More
Moving On: Ouray School Bids Adieu to Three Beloved Teachers

The Ouray School stage will be named after Nixon, and a special bench in the playground will be dedicated to Kern.

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Telluride School District Engages Community in Planning

05/29/14 | By | More

The Telluride School District may send a bond question to voters in November, if the board approves it.

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Thank You Ridgway School Board

05/22/14 | By | More

I read that a petition is circulating to recall the members of the Ridgway board of education.

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Anguished Parents Plead for Normalcy at Ridgway Secondary School

05/13/14 | By | More
Anguished Parents Plead for Normalcy at Ridgway Secondary School

UPDATED | May 14, 4:30 p.m. A School Board meeting devolved into a yelling match between board members, parents and Secondary School Principal Jim Bob Hobbs as students watched on in dismay.

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New Director of Experiential Education at Telluride Mountain School

05/07/14 | By | More

The Telluride Mountain School has hired Tucker Szymkowicz as director of experiential education; it is a new position for the school.

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Life of Garret Middleton Celebrated by a City

05/01/14 | By | 80 More
Life of Garret Middleton Celebrated by a City

Hundreds of fellow students, teachers and teammates of 15-year-old left-handed batter Garret Middleton gathered at the Sunset Mesa baseball complex last week to say goodbye.

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GUEST COMMENTARY | ‘Hard-Fought, Difficult and Not Universally Popular’ Action Afoot in Ridgway Schools

We sincerely wish Ms. Gomez, Mr. Hobbs, and Mr. Williams continued success in whatever new endeavors they choose to pursue.

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Ridgway School Board ‘Clears the Slate,” Votes 4-1 Against Hobbs

04/29/14 | By | More

Expressing a desire to expel the toxic political vapors at the Ridgway Secondary School, the Ridgway School Board voted not to renew Principal Jim Bob Hobbs’ contract.

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Ah Haa Announces 2014 Youth Art Award Winners

04/28/14 | By | More
Ah Haa Announces 2014 Youth Art Award Winners

Ah Haa’s 2014 Youth Art Awards brought in over 120 submissions by public school students from Nucla, Naturita, Paradox, Norwood, and Telluride.

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Montrose School District Budget Comes Into Focus

03/31/14 | By | More

Until state lawmakers in Denver figure out how much to reduce the “negative factor,” Montrose County RE-1J educators are using an educated guess for the amount of new revenue to be used in the 2014-2015 budget.

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