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Wasson High School To Learn Fate Tonight

Updated: 03/11/2009 - D-11 is expected to recommend one year for the district to come up with a comprehensive plan to improve the school on the brink of closure.

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Union Signals Support For Broad Obama Policy

Posted: 03/10/2009 - A teachers union official is signaling overall support for President Barack Obama's education agenda, but hints that discussions may lie ahead.

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KKTV Personalities Read to Classes

Updated: 03/03/2009 - Many people don't recognize the name Theodor Geisel. But when you mention the name he wrote under, Dr. Seuss, it's a case of instant recognition. Schools across Southern Colorado honored Geisel's birthday with a read-a-thon Monday.

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Colo. Budget Proposal Hits K-12, Higher Education

Updated: 02/16/2009 - Public schools would face a $65 million cut and higher education would lose $30 million under a proposal to close a $625 million shortfall in this year's state budget.

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School Helps Boy Diagnosed With Rare Blood Disorder

Updated: 02/12/2009 - Simon Wright went for a routine doctor's visit about a skin rash and was given much more serious news. Simon quickly went from the emergency room to the cancer center.

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School Closes Due To Case of Salmonella

Updated: 02/06/2009 - Corpus Christi School in Colorado Springs closed early Friday after they learned of a confirmed case of salmonella in one of their students.

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Parents Weigh In On Possible District 11 School Closures

Posted: 02/06/2009 - If your child goes to a District 11 school, that school could soon be closing. The district is looking at closing at least eight schools and re-configuring several others. They say lower enrollment and budget cuts are to blame.

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Cyber-Bullying Topic Of School Safety Discussion

Updated: 07/19/2012 - School bullies are taking their tactics online. A Colorado Springs school district reached out Thursday to educate parents on what their kids may be dealing with.

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Fewer Coloradans to Get Help With Child Care Costs

Posted: 01/21/2009 - Denver and Adams counties will cut the number of families receiving aid through the Colorado Child Care Assistance Program amid less money to handle a surge in applications.

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Vending Machine Snacks With Peanut Butter Pulled From D-11 Schools

Updated: 01/21/2009 - District 11 in Colorado Springs has announced their cafeteria food is not affected by the peanut butter recall due to the recent Salmonella outbreak. But vending machine snacks containing peanut butter are being pulled as a precaution.

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