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Voter guide: Jared Polis and Heidi Ganahl answer 8 education questions

Voter guide: Jared Polis and Heidi Ganahl answer 8 education questions

Colorado voters will decide this November whether to give Democratic Gov. Jared Polis a second term or hand leadership to Republican Heidi Ganahl.
Voter guide: Where Colorado State Board of Education candidates stand on 9 issues

Voter guide: Where Colorado State Board of Education candidates stand on 9 issues

Colorado’s State Board of Education is growing from seven to nine seats
St. Vrain school board will vote on long rifle storage proposal

St. Vrain school board will vote on long rifle storage proposal

Boulder County Sheriff’s Office wants to store firearms at Niwot High and Lyons Middle Senior
Federal grant will help support engagement in Colorado schools

Federal grant will help support engagement in Colorado schools

Parent involvement is a strong indicator of student success
State backs off extra 10 hours of preschool — for now

State backs off extra 10 hours of preschool — for now

The extra hours were slated to go to low-income families, children with disabilities or English language learners.
FRCC works to serve Hispanic students as it seeks designation

FRCC works to serve Hispanic students as it seeks designation

Nearly one-quarter of students are Hispanic, which could open college to new funding
Trail Ridge father returns from serving overseas to surprise son

Trail Ridge father returns from serving overseas to surprise son

Middle schooler reunites with dad after 12 months apart
Frederick students design website for Colorado association

Frederick students design website for Colorado association

Two seniors spent seven months designing webpage for state’s CTE program
St. Vrain board adjusts policies to align with new state laws

St. Vrain board adjusts policies to align with new state laws

Changes relate to executive sessions, definition of a public health emergency and personnel files
Students “walk and roll” to Blue Mountain Elementary

Students “walk and roll” to Blue Mountain Elementary

Organizers encourage alternative ways for families to get to school