Posted by Lisa Malde on February 20, 2013
Progress is never easy but it is always a worthy cause to fight for. LiveWell Chaffee County focuses on policy, environmental and lifestyle changes that remove barriers and increase access to healthy behaviors for citizens of our community. LWCC aims to provide everyone with access to local, healthy foods and opportunities for physical activity in the places they live, work, learn and play. In 2012, LiveWell Chaffee County and its partners made great and successful strides for the people of Chaffee County.
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Posted by Lee Hart on September 14, 2010
ProgressNow Colorado Education has just released a brief animated video, under 5 minutes, to try to simply explain the effects of Amendments 60, 61 and Proposition 101. It’s worth the time to watch and pass along to others. Watch The Bad 3. Award- winning career communicator Lee Hart is founder and president of Brand Amp, [...]
Posted by Citizen Team on April 12, 2010
The Salida R-32-J School Board announced the selection of the new superintendent at an open-session School Board meeting.
Posted by Admin on April 7, 2009
The school board will host an informational meeting on Tuesday, April 14 from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. just prior to the monthly board meeting, located at the Central Administration Office at 310 East 9th Street.
Posted by Merrell Bergin on February 16, 2009
A lifelong learning toolkit includes diverse skills and aptitudes, utilizing both hand and mind.
Posted by Trey on February 11, 2009
The school board authorized Superintendent Rouse to pursue negotiations with Crest Academy about merging with the school district.
Posted by Wade Buchanan and Rich Jones on February 10, 2009
The state legislature must focus on the real effects cuts will have on families and businesses, on long-term economic competitiveness and on our future prosperity and opportunity, The Bell Policy Center argues.
Posted by Admin on December 11, 2008
Salida R-32-J School Board and Salida Education Association are grateful to the community for passing ballot issue 3A – a mill levy override that will increase salaries by 15% for all staff and address some one time educational and facility needs.