“SBISD has a lot of elementary schools where students do not have computers at home,” said Amy Oxener, a CIS student support manager who helped box up computers for a drive-thru event at Meadow Wood Elementary. “In this day and age, not having a computer can set you back. Having access to a computer is huge for our students and families. It’s a big need.” … [Read more...] about Nonprofit attacks digital divide by giving 5,000 devices to Spring Branch ISD families
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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
The Colorado Department of Transportation’s analysis produced modeling numbers for one of two favored alignments, which would travel south through Longmont and Boulder and connect in some way with Denver’s Union Station. It would continue southward along BNSF Railway’s freight corridor to Pueblo. Projections are still underway for another option that tracks closer to I-25 except in the Denver metro area, where it swings east along E-470, making an easy connection to Denver International Airport via the A-Line possible, before heading south. … [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
Leaks said the COVID-19 pandemic has been a battle for senior living communities, but not at the same level as nursing homes. She said Frontier Management has 21 communities with 80 active cases, in total, out of a total resident and employee population of over 12,400. … [Read more...] about Resort-style senior living community coming to Spring area in April 2021