When 16-year-old Jedidiah Johnson, who is African-American, was a freshman in high school, he and some friends were accused of taking his teacher’s Adderall pills from the classroom.
In the course of a parent’s day, they find themselves repeating things over and over: “Get dressed,” “Brush your teeth,” “What would you like to eat?” etc.
Middle school students fill the seats of what could be an ordinary school bus — but as it starts up, the darkened windows become a continuous video screen with images of the Mars landscape passing by.
College-bound high school students have a lot of options to learn about and choose from—and NE Denver students have five good public high schools to choose from.
Starting this fall, parents who opt their children out of shots for personal or religious reasons will have to work a little harder than they have in years past.
The Board of Directors of Reach Out and Read has announced that Stapleton resident Meredith Hintze is their new Executive Director.
“We see kids who really have a strong desire to achieve – it’s almost as if it’s in their DNA,” says Richard Martinez, president and CEO at Young Americans Center for Financial Education.
After making it to all the way to the 15th round at the Scripps National Spelling Bee near Washington, D.C., Sylvie Lamontagne finally met her match with the word “chaoborine,” a type of gnat.
OPENAir Academy Early Childhood Learning Center, for children ages 6 weeks to pre-kindergarten, will open its third location at the Stanley this fall.