If a bill concerning human sexuality education successfully passes the Senate, Moffat County School District might have to change some aspects of its sex education curriculum.
The Moffat County School District is hosting open houses for community members to meet candidates for two principal positions.
It’s been a rough few weeks for the Moffat County High School speech and debate team. But even with the loss of coach Casey Kilpatrick and disciplinary action for four team members that bars them from participation the rest of the year, students on the team have found a way to excel.
Several Moffat County High School and Craig Middle School sports teams had changes to their schedule this week and for the weekend. Check them out here, along with the latest from Parks and Recreation and an opportunity to go to a Colorado Avalanche game.
Craig Middle School students are learning modern-day financials, including how to navigate and make a profit in the stock market. A mock stock market experience is part of the new financial literacy class for seventh- and eighth-graders at CMS this year.
The U.S. Department of Education announced that Colorado will receive $5.2 million to turn around its persistently lowest-achieving schools through the Department’s School Improvement Grant program. Colorado is one of 10 states to receive the funding.
Spring break is from April 1 to 5 for all Moffat County School District schools.
The week in sports for Moffat County High School and Craig Middle School.
Moffat County High School student’s preparation for the spring play, “Fools,” by Neil Simon, is in full swing. Laughter and fake Russian accents filled the MCHS auditorium as actors polished their performances and worked on their stage presence during rehearsal Tuesday night.
SJ, a South Florida-based acoustic singer-songwriter, will performing the first CNCC concert at 7 p.m. April 5 at the Trapper Mine training shop. The training shop will be converted into an indoor/outdoor concert venue for the occasion.
Engineer hosts project open house Thursday in Craig
The engineering is done, the plans are set and the money has been awarded. The only thing keeping Craig children from enjoying a safe route to school is a Colorado Department of Transportation review.
Moffat County High School has begun the process of increasing math and science graduation requirements for its students in an attempt to better prepare them for life after high school.
The MCHS girls soccer team and CMS wrestling team both had alterations to their schedules for Saturday.
The Daniels Fund has announced a scholarship opportunity for non-traditional students seeking admission to select two- and four-year colleges in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
Friends of Moffat County Education has a lofty goal and less than one month to accomplish it. The group kicks off the second year of its book project next week. The goal is to collect 13,000 books by April 13 to send home over the summer with kindergarten through fifth-grade students. The hope is that the books will encourage reading during non-school months.