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Perhaps the Jeffco School District should contact the National Teacher's Unions for funding to keep those schools open. The Unions didn't hesitate to poor money into the district when the recall … more
I was envisioning a visioning session when my word for 2017 became clear. You may know that I eschew New Year's resolutions, favoring instead a word I choose (or, as I keep finding out, it chooses … more
The nature of my job puts me in a very interesting position. Being in four buildings a day, nine buildings a week, 23 different schools in my career ... I've seen a lot of different approaches to … more
With the holiday season here, the expectation is that we begin to prepare for more good times with family and friends during what is supposed to be a season of peace and joy. We begin to prepare for … more
I attended the Dec. 6 meeting of the Littleton City Council along with over 200 of my neighbors concerning the status of LIFT funds for several projects, including Columbine Square.  The … more
Re: Last week's letter, "Choice is a good thing for students" My truck is 14 years old and I would like to buy a new one, but the truck I would really like to have is expensive.  I would like … more
In her Dec. 8 opine, Barbara Backlin apparently lost the road map when she wandered through "good teachers," "Obama forcing kids back into ineffective schools," and the value of charter schools, en … more
It seems like almost every day we hear of another family member, friend or someone close to us who has fallen victim to the disease of addiction. And in some cases, it is a friend of a friend or … more
Twelve days of Christmas used to be plenty. Now it's more like 60 days of Christmas, plus a week afterward to return things and take advantage of once-in-a-lifetime bargains. The song, "The … more
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