The Colorado Shakespeare Festival Offers Bullying Program at GSES and GSMS
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival program, in collaboration with the CU Boulder Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence, offered live performances and classroom workshops at GSES and GSMS to empower students to become “upstanders” vs. “bystanders” when they see bullying.
History Meets Art at Sopris Elementary School
Second graders pounding tin at Sopris Elementary School's Plymouth Plantation Day.
BHS students in the AP Literature & Composition class had fun acting out scenes from "Hamlet" after reading Shakespeare's play.
Science Friday Host, Ira Flatow, came to RFHS!
Ira Flatow spoke to RFHS students about curiosity and how we should think of inventions as something that can happen anytime from anyone, even high school students. Thanks to Aspen Public Radio for co-hosting and bringing great events to our community!
Carbondale Community School Has a Pen Pal Program with Pakistani Students
Mandi Read, who teaches 3rd & 4th grade at CCS, started a pen pal program for her 4th graders with a school in Pakistan.
GSHS Students Perform in "The Addams Family" Musical
"The Addams Family" production was a visual feast, with amazing costume and makeup, as well as moving sets. Eli Pettett plays Gomez Addams (right), and Bailey Howard plays an ancestor (left).
BMS Crew Colorbands Participated in 4 Winter Olympic Events
BMS students participated in four Winter Olympics events, fulfilling three of four Crew goals in the areas of Adventure, Positive Culture, and Character.
CMS students worked together to sculpt the 4’ square snow cubes into one-of-a-kind artistic sculptures
Their teamwork paid off: CMS students won "Most Artistic" their interpretation of Aspen's Wintersköl theme, “Our Cup Runneth Over.”
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