Through social media—especially Snapchat and Instagram—kids of all ages come across images of other kids vaping. And it looks pretty glamorous.
Scotty Sims knew there was something different about her second pregnancy. She told her OB/GYN her baby was “getting in these weird positions and locked, and I was in a lot of pain and discomfort.”
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Tricia Chinn Campbell feels moms should be a little selfish. As the mother of two, Campbell knows it can be challenging for moms to take time to focus on their own needs. She also knows that school fundraisers are always popping up, so she found a way to benefit Colorado schools while also benefiting moms.
Denver School of the Arts. Montview and Quebec. Tickets/complete listings: www.dsapresents.org, www.dsa.dpsk12.org/performances
Recent reports about widespread sexual harassment in entertainment, politics and newsrooms have captured the attention of the nation. In response, the #metoo movement has burgeoned on social media, with women affected by sexual harassment speaking up about abuses they’ve suffered, many after years of scared silence.
Local middle school, Denver Discovery School (DDS), is in transition. With the sudden departure of three lead administrators in as many months and the revelation of budgetary and other woes, the tight-knit school community is rallying to regain its footing.
A passion for encouraging children’s physical activity and movement prompted Robin Lozier, a former physical education teacher, and her business partner Chris Lindley, owner of Endorphin, to open Bounce.
State education officials announced in June that Colorado will stop administering the PARCC exams, standardized tests that are used in multiple states to assess student and school achievement of Common Core standards in math and language arts.
The city is soliciting your views and has posted a survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DenverPublicSurvey