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King-Murphy, Carlson students join for Field Day at CCHS

Controlled, fun chaos best describes the annual field day for King-Murphy and Carlson elementary school students. more

Fort Lupton football program may be on the chopping block

The Weld Re-8 board of education pointed its budget eyes toward the Fort Lupton High School athletic program during a May 12 workshop. The area of specific interest was the Bluedevils' football … more

Adams 14 loses state accreditation, must partner for reorganization

DENVER -- The Adams 14 School District will reorganine, thanks to a pair of actions from the state board of education May 10. The board removed the district's accreditation and ordered it to … more

Fort Lupton teacher honored after 31 years in the school district

For 31 years, Angeles Navarro taught many generations of students in the Weld Re-8 School District from elementary to high school.  Navarro migrated from Guanajuato, Mexico to Fort Lupton and … more

Students enjoy annual fishing trip at Georgetown Lake

Field trips at Georgetown Community School are the reel deal. more

CCHS spring musical a snapping good time

They're creepy and they're kooky. Mysterious and spooky. They're all together ooky. The Clear Creek per-form-ers. more

Clear Creek school board briefs

Football field, bus barn sale complete, bond projects moving forward and more more

Daring GCS students brave Victorian-era tea party at library

Having recently perused a fantastical novel, the upstanding fifth-grade class of Georgetown Community School celebrated their accomplishment with a special tea party, hosted by the John Tomay Memorial Library. more

Parents to Re-8 board: School bullying has to stop 

To paraphrase the late actor Peter Finch in the movie “Network,” a handful of Weld RE-8 School District parents are mad about bullying and they’re not going to take … more

Weld Re-8 ponders use of Narcan for emergencies

The Weld Re-8 School District nurse wants the district to allow the use of Narcan in emergency situations. Paula Samide made the request of the school board during an April 28 … more

Clear Creek High School crowns prom royalty

For high school students, attending prom can feel a bit like being a Hollywood star or a member of royalty. more

Clear Creek school board briefs

School board considers drawing down reserves and more more

‘We’re on the air’

Behind the mic. Behind a camera. Setting up streams and the behind-the-scenes pieces that go into on-air … more

State board to Adams 14: Come back with co-management plan

DENVER -- The Colorado State Board of Education told Adams 14 School District officials to present a co-management plan next month. The vote from the state board was unanimous. A subcommittee … more

Lyle the Crocodile promotes National Library Week at Clear Creek schools

Famous literary character Lyle the Crocodile visited Clear Creek schools and libraries last week to promote National Library Week with the Clear Creek County Library District. more

Clear Creek School District: Staying accountable in communication

What an amazing and frightening time it is to be living. The faster things change, the more they stay the same. It is an especially exciting time for the Clear Creek School District.  more

Golddiggers seek out summer jobs, scholarships at career fair

Whether they're looking for a part-time job, a summer internship or a scholarship, Clear Creek High School students had time to consider the paths ahead of them at a March 29 career fair. more

Annual survey shows general approval of Clear Creek School District's direction

The results of the Clear Creek School District annual parent and staff survey show respondents continue to be generally happy with the education their students are getting. more

Parents express displeasure with school district direction

Seven parents spoke at the March 15 Clear Creek school board meeting, concerned that parents and district officials weren’t working together. more

Clear Creek teachers, staff ask for raises

Clear Creek teachers and support staff have asked the school board for salary increases in the 2022-23 school year, saying they would like to earn salaries that show that district officials appreciate them and would allow them an opportunity to live where they work. more
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