Through social media—especially Snapchat and Instagram—kids of all ages come across images of other kids vaping. And it looks pretty glamorous.
Five days a week at 5:45am, Kelly Mitchell boards an Access-a-Ride van at her house in Superior for the ride to the Anchor Center for Blind Children. Like her fellow staff members, Mitchell is passionate about her work and devoted to helping visually impaired children. And she can relate to them uniquely, because Mitchell is blind.
The opioid addiction epidemic gripping the country has dominated the national news cycle in recent years.
Do you, as a parent, think it’s important to talk with your children about complex issues like racism, identity and social change? Have you found it’s uncomfortable? Or that you don’t know how to start the conversation?
On Sept. 28, the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) approved the A Line’s Positive Train Control (PTC) system based on the timing level they have achieved. However, the system still has to be approved by the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC), which last fall rejected RTD’s request for approval.
Will the 155-acre Park Hill Golf Course be an urban planner’s dream? Or will restrictions that allow only golf course use continue?
Diana Ninomiya is a mother of two, second-degree black belt, teacher at Enshin Karate, and co-owner of the dojo that will open at the Stanley Marketplace in late March. One of her earliest memories is of hearing the words, “Run! Don’t look back! Keep running!”
Alisha Brown, senior vice president at the Foundation for Sustainable Urban Communities (formerly called the Stapleton Foundation), has been named one of Colorado’s “Most Influential Young Professionals.”
In the Feb. 1 article, “Local Schools Leading the Way in Integration,” we were satisfied to read about new efforts in the Greater Park Hill and Stapleton communities to push for more integrated schools. As educators, we’re encouraged that our colleagues understand the moral imperative of serving students from all backgrounds.
The Stapleton Sustainable Neighborhoods Program team will be hosting its first project planning meeting on March 14 from 6:30– 8:30pm.