The teacher honorees will receive a $1,000 grant from the Boettcher Foundation for an educational project or program at their school.
Until recently, Ryan Knorr didn’t even know he wanted to be an athletic director. But the 31-year-old decided to trade in his teaching job in social studies and as a coach to give it a shot when the opportunity presented itself. The chance came when former Overland athletic director Stephen DeSchryver earned a promotion to assistant […]
Held as a pilot program for three days last week, the new academy gives participants a chance to learn more about police work, including use of force, driving protocols and the K9 unit
AURORA | Overland’s Alijah Halliburton and Smoky Hill’s Rachel Whipple both earned the highest distinction possible for a prep athlete in the Cherry Creek School District, as they were awarded the Kurby Lyle Award for 2015-16.
At the beginning of last month, in one of the dozens of aforementioned hives of suburban commerce, Aurora welcomed one of its newest and most critically acclaimed restaurants to date
For the past decade aerospace leaders have feared a retirement rush was coming. As such, they’ve thrown their resources at encouraging young people to pursue science and math degrees and, eventually, aerospace careers.
AURORA | More Colorado students are earning college credits while still in high school, and students across Aurora are helping to lead the charge, according to a new report released Friday, May 6, by the Colorado Department of Education and Department of Higher Education. The number of Colorado students enrolled in a dual or concurrent enrollment […]
AURORA | Images from the non-league boys lacrosse game between St. Mary’s and Overland played on April 1, 2016, at Overland High School. The visiting Pirates posted a 16-2 victory over the Trailblazers, who dropped to 0-2 on the season. (Photos by Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel) Courtney Oakes is Aurora Sentinel Sports Editor. Reach him at […]
While eager voters for Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders overflowed in many of their designated caucus locations for Colorado’s part in Super Tuesday nominating contests, Republicans had far more sedate proceedings across town with no presidential poll to speak of.