Gardening is renowned for countless benefits. Sharing gardening with children means enjoying all these health and wellness benefits together.
Living with the threat of COVID has been stressful for everyone – including our kids. Which is why the YMCA of Northern Colorado is taking a proactive approach to Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) at their camps this summer.
The 2020-21 was a school year like no other. New words popped up in our conversations – words like digital divide, pods, Zoom, supplemental learning and hotspots – and moved to the forefront of our collective consciousness.
Here’s the breakdown of how open enrollment works at St. Vrain Valley School District, Adams 12 Five Star Schools and Boulder Valley School District (BVSD).
One of Colorado’s best perks is just for growing families.To put it simply, there are a lot of schooling options. But which to choose?
Across the county, school districts, private schools and charter schools have found safe and innovative ways to connect preschoolers with learning, and the students have responded with enthusiasm, flexibility and dynamism.
Students at Watershed School in Boulder shift gears and reach out to help the community through mask and other community projects.
The pandemic has brought enormous challenges to school districts and administrators, teachers, families and students. How does a school function “normally” in a learning environment where the threat of COVID-19 looms large? We’ve reached out to three local schools to find out how they’re handling these challenges.
Back-to-school will look much different this year as COVID-19 has reshaped all areas of public life, including education.
Colorado private and charter schools are launching a buffet of phased plans to get students back in school, and while the plans differ in details, they each aim to provide an enriching education remotely or in a safe, socially distanced classroom.