Dolores School District

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In this episode of KSJD's Weekly Sports Roundup, Jeff Pope and Jardyn Angell look at volleyball, football, and cross country highlights and what to expect in upcoming match-ups.

KSJD Weekly Sports Roundup - August 25th, 2016

Aug 25, 2016

KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Jardyn Angell, sports report for the Journal, about high school sports across the region. In this week's roundup: the M-CHS tennis team gets cut, results of the Cortez Panther Invitational golf tournament, and previews of the season openers for the M-CHS and Mancos football teams, and a look at the Dolores volleyball team.

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KSJD's Austin Cope sat down with the superintendent of the Dolores School District, Scott Cooper, to talk about this year's earlier school start, new secondary school schedule, and need for more teachers.


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For the first time in several years, there is space for enrollment in kindergarten and high school in Dolores School District Re-4A.


Youth Perspectives On Guns and Gun Violence

Dec 17, 2015
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In this episode of The Fish Bowl, KSJD's monthly conversation with youth in our communities, Tom Yoder talks with Kayleen Bowie and Kelly Matthews, students at Dolores High School, about guns, gun control, and the threat of mass shooting in America, especially in schools.

Funding Education in the Dolores School District

Oct 15, 2015

Education funding in Colorado continues to face challenges that communities must address at the local level to maintain school budgets. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Dolores Schools Superintendent Scott Cooper about what is at stake in the Dolores School District with mill levy funding that is set to expire if voters don't renew it in November, and how this ballot initiative highlights the challenges of school funding in Colorado.

  • Dolores Re-4A School District has lost millions in funding as a result of a state legislative measure.
  • Dolores County School District seeking some budgetary help from voters in November.
  • Colorado Department of Transportation and State Patrol launch fall DUI crackdown.


TRIO Education Assistance Programs

Aug 26, 2015
TRIO

TRIO education assistance programs are designed to identify and provide services for students from disadvantaged backgrounds who want to go to college. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Wendy Javier and Marya Corrigan about TRIO programs they administer in local schools that assist low-income individuals, first-generation college students, and those with disabilities to gain a higher education.

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In this episode of the Big Fat Farm Show, KSJD's Sarah Syverson talks with Gunther Hardt, an aquaponics expert, and Kelli Meeker, an Americorps member serving with the Montezuma School To Farm Project, about a new aquaponics system that has been installed at the Dolores schools, and how the system works to raise fish in a symbiotic relationship with hydroponi

Wanted: Great Teachers

Mar 19, 2015
University of Central Arkansas

High turnover rates for teachers has created inconsistent and inefficient teaching situations in our schools. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Dolores Schools Superintendent Scott Cooper and Jeb Holt from the Boettcher Teacher Residency Program, which is working to help schools by recruiting, preparing, and retaining high-quality teachers across Colorado.

More on the Boettcher Teacher Residency Program here: www.boettcherteachers.org

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