The Steamboat Springs Education Fund, an independent organization charged with administering and distributing the proceeds from a voter-approved half-cent sales tax to benefit K-12 education and improve academic achievement in Routt County, is seeking applicants to fill open positions on its board of directors and grants commission. Each group meets approximately once per month during the school year.
Last year, the Education Fund contributed more than $3.3 million to local schools, providing funding for additional teachers, curriculum, technology and instructional coaches, as well as supporting school-based programs such as the Rocky Mountain Youth Corps Science School and Yampatika.
More information about the Education Fund and applications for the open positions are available at steamboateducationfund.org. Applications are due Sept. 1. Specific questions may be emailed to email@example.com.
Hayden plans to conduct aerial mosquito spraying
The town of Hayden is planning to aerially spray for mosquitos during the evening hours on Wednesday, Aug. 9 or Thursday, Aug. 10. All sprayings are contingent upon wind and weather conditions. Call Town Hall at 970-276-3741 for more information.
Fall registration at Colorado Mountain College begins
Registration for the fall semester is now underway at all Colorado Mountain College locations and online. Classes begin the week of Aug. 28.
Colorado Mountain College has campuses or centers in Aspen, Breckenridge, Buena Vista, Carbondale, Dillon, Vail Valley at Edwards, Glenwood Springs, Leadville, Rifle, Spring Valley at Glenwood Springs and Steamboat Springs. The college also offers classes in Parachute and Salida,…
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