Jeanne Souldern

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    Waiting for GarCo vaccination rates to rise

    In mid-August, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) issued new metrics to Colorado’s private and public schools to support in-person learning and minimize classroom quarantines.

    One of the metrics issued by the CDPHE at the county level was: “Counties with a 70% orread more →

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    Youth project makes zine-scene

    According to Wikipedia, a zine (pronounced ZEEN) is a small-circulation self-published work of original or appropriated texts and images, usually reproduced via a copy machine.

    Carbondale Arts (CA) Education Director Michael Stout hopes the Creative Apprentice Program: Zine Project, being offered to students ages 14 toread more →

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    Test results require a closer look

    On Sept. 1, the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) posted school and district results from 2021 statewide assessments, including the Colorado Measures of Academic Success (CMAS) assessments in English language arts and math. The CDE also posted PSAT (Preliminary SAT) and SAT results.

    In earlyread more →

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    RFSD responds to staffing and salary concerns

    During a special meeting on Aug. 25, the Roaring Fork School District (RFSD) Board of Education unanimously approved a mill levy override (MLO) proposal. RFSD voters will decide, on the Nov. 2 ballot, whether or not to approve a property tax increase that will provide additional funding forread more →

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    You can feel it in the air – Rams fall sports are back!

    You could feel it in the air this week – the dial clicked over to “fall.” With that comes the excitement of the Roaring Fork High School (RFHS) Rams fall sports season. 

    New beginnings at RFHS include a new athletic director, Crista Barlow. She is known to… read more →

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    The Sopris Sun looks to the future

    Earlier this year, The Sopris Sun decided to formalize an aspect of the nonprofit publication that has long been an important part of its character. In addition to informing, inspiring and building community, The Sopris Sun seeks to nurture the practice of journalism through cultivating new and diverseread more →