Because students are no longer allowed to share supplies, they must carry their own in their backpacks, which can be very heavy, she said. Warstler also worried her children wouldn’t take to wearing masks, so she made them each one and let them pick out their own fabric. Carmen, 8, chose a pattern with cats. Vanessa, 6, chose one with dogs. Blaine, 5, decided on a John Deere theme. … [Read more...] about How is in-person learning going in Colorado? So far, so good, parents and experts say
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Some hopeful signs have emerged, including that Amtrak considers Front Range rail a federal priority for as much as $2 billion in a surface-transportation bill that has passed the U.S. House but faces a more skeptical Senate. U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, a Colorado Republican, has voiced support for including money in a new coronavirus stimulus bill, but that has stalled. … [Read more...] about Colorado is making progress on a Front Range railway. Here’s what it will take to make it happen.
5” for metro Denver and the Front Range 5″ for Colorado Springs 8” for the Castle Rock area 8″ for Boulder 8″ for Fairplay 11″ in Estes Park This snowstorm, while uncommonly early, is not Denver’s earliest recorded snowfall. The earliest flakes on record in Denver fell on another Labor Day weekend in 1961. The Sept. 3 storm brought a whopping 4.2 inches of snow to the Denver area nearly six decades ago. This storm will tie the second-earliest snow on record: 0.7 inches recorded on Sept. 8, 1962. … [Read more...] about Colorado weather: When, where and how much snow to expect Tuesday
“The digital divide has always been with us,” said Dempsey. “This problem is not new to us…. For a lot of our students, their more affluent peers have two or three devices at home, and for many of our families, this is the first device they’ve ever had.” … [Read more...] about Nonprofit attacks digital divide by giving 5,000 devices to Spring Branch ISD families
“We have to trust the health officials, trust our coaches, trust the people around you,” Hanenburg said. “As players, we’ve been policing each other of not hanging out in big groups all the time. I believe in our team that we can really police each other — we have a lot of guys who want to play college sports, and beyond that, none of us want to have this experience taken away from us.” … [Read more...] about Colorado high school football can be played this fall in districts that are ready, Gov. Jared Polis says