“I started in the district in 2003 and it’s been a big change,” said Lesli Navarro, the cafeteria manager at Peoria Elementary School. “Before the food was really greasy. The way we cook now is much healthier. Some of the items we used to cook were really, really greasy.”
“These incidents should be focused on with a bright spotlight to ensure ourselves there are no more victims, that we know what to watch for in other kids, and to learn how to create awareness around issues and make sure victims understand it’s not their fault, that these are predators,” said Margaret Ochoa
Aurora Public Schools showed academic growth for the last school year nearly across the board according to new statistics released from the Colorado Department of Education
One of Arapahoe County’s most iconic historical buildings is getting some love, and a couple hundred thousand dollars, from the state’s historical society.
“The process allows us to jury and select people simply based on the weight and competitiveness of their work. Tribal affiliation, age, medium — it doesn’t factor in anymore,” he said.
Five different public safety programs benefit from the surcharges: Aurora for Youth, NEXUS, Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement Training, Teen Court and Wellness Court. All programs will receive a boost with the increase
Arapahoe County fair back for new and old summer favorites
Big tal- ent. Small venues. Great setting.
In Central City Opera’s current production of Mozart’s “Cosí Fan Tutte,” it’s the house mistress Despina that gives mezzo-soprano Megan Marino a chance to steal the show in her brief appearances on stage.