Ingram attends Teacher of the Year Ceremony in Washington D.C.
The 2016 Colorado Teacher of the Year, Leticia Ingram, is a teacher at Basalt High School. Ingram and her son met Vice President Joe Biden during the Teacher of the Year ceremony in Washington, D.C. in May.
GSHS River Watch at Rifle Falls
Mike Wilde guides the GSHS freshman science class in an introduction to "river watch" activities at Rifle Falls State Park.
YouthEntity ProStart Teams Win Big at State
The YouthEntity ProStart teams took 1st in culinary, 3rd in management and 1ST OVERALL. They brought the Sysco Cup back to the mountains for a second year in a row. Congratulations, students and mentors!
Mauricio Sosa's Peace Garden Dedicated at BHS
The Basalt High School Flower Club surrounded sophomore Mauricio Sosa at the dedication of his Peace Garden outside the BHS Library on April 8.
Green Screen Technology at BMS
The Makerspace at BMS has introduced green screen technology to give students more diversity in creating presentations and skits. Green screen technology is what is used in TV weather reports and Hollywood fantasy movies.
The Importance of Reading Aloud
Gary Johnston, an educator from Windsor, Colorado, delivered a heartfelt message to staff at Sopris Elementary on the importance of reading aloud to children.
GSHS Senior Jessica Tuttle has been appointed to the U.S. Air Force Academy for the fall of 2016.
Eastbank School Site
An aerial view of the building site for the new PreK-8 school in Glenwood Springs.
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