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School district talks school opening, bus driver shortage and more

Archuleta School District (ASD) began the 2021-2022 school year with 1,520 students, Superintendent Dr. Kym LeBlanc-Esparza told the ASD Board of Education as part...
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A tale of two school boards: Boards hear from community about masking

Prior to the start of school for most schools with Archuleta School District (ASD), the district announced it would leave the choice of masking...

First day of school

SUN photo/Randi Pierce Students in Kathy Faber’s kindergarten class at Pagosa Springs Elementary School scramble back to their assigned seats on the circle during a...

Going the extra mile for students

SUN photos/Randi Pierce Archuleta School District staff kicked off the school year Monday with a breakfast, welcome address by the superintendent, and some fun and...

Administrators highlight goals for new school year

Archuleta School District (ASD) students from four of its schools are slated to head back to the classrooms next Tuesday, Sept. 7. The full version...

Dancing with the Pagosa Stars raises more than $200,000

By Toni SherwoodSeeds of Learning All of our teachers, staff and board members at Seeds of Learning would like to thank the entire community for...

Spend more at Dancing with the Stars, pay less in taxes

By Toni Sherwood Seeds of Learning If you live in Colorado and you donate to a qualified Colorado Early Childhood Education Center, like Pagosa’s own NAEYC-certified...

School district seeking board candidates for upcoming election

Three director seats will be up for grabs this fall for the Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education. The full version of this story...

PPOS welcomes students back into the building

By Emily MurphyPagosa Peak Open School After five weeks away and a year of many COVID-19 restraints, Pagosa Peak Open School (PPOS) opened its doors...
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COVID-19: Health department continues to recommend masking in schools

By Randi PierceStaff Writer As area kids, teachers and staff head back to school or prepare to soon, San Juan Basin Public Health continues to...