“Topics such as sexual identification — LGBTQ, rape, suicide, drugs, activism and protesting are not topics that any parent has consented to or that are permitted per state standards,” Grube said in her angry Oct. 9 letter and while she made similar public comments to Cherry Creek schools Superintendent Harry Bull, demanding they oust the offending teacher, Asia Lyons
After being outed on social media, school officials had to admit they knew about but did not disclose information about the assault at Grandview High School in May.
“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
“My compass in each of these incidents has been protecting our students in every possible way,” Bull said in the statement. “As always, we as a district will review our practices and bring forward our learnings from both of these situations. We will critique our actions and responses in an effort to improve, especially when it comes to ensuring the safety of our students.”
“There is an overwhelming scientific consensus on global warming,” Fairview High School teacher Paul Strode said. “It is mind blowing how much science denial and pseudoscience is out there. I don’t get it.”
Cherry Creek math teacher Jocelyn Nguyen-Reed was one of more than 170 teachers from across the state that applied for a seat on the new cabinet
Aurora Public Schools and Cherry Creek School district both found a handful of faucets that tested positive for lead above a 15 parts per billion standard that both schools had set for testing, which remains below action levels of 20 ppb set by the Environmental Protection Agency
Live stream link for the A-Town Game of the Week for Week 10 of the 2016 prep football season between Arvada West (6-3 overall, 2-2 in Mount Wilson League) vs. Eaglecrest (9-0, 4-0), presented by The Aurora Sentinel and StreamItSports.
Harry Bull is tireless in his advocacy for students and public education, and one of the most effective voices at the state level when it comes to making the case for adequate school funding, according to the Colorado Association of School Executives