schools

Mancos voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a mill-levy override to raise funds for a campus overhaul, but Cortez said no to a similar question to provide money for teacher salaries, technology and better buses.

Austin Cope

The future of the Rico School may be in jeopardy. To discuss details, KSJD's Austin Cope spoke with Dolores County RE-2J School District superintendent Bruce Hankins.

Austin Cope

The future of Rico’s tiny, seven-student school is likely limited.

Colorado Historical Society

Voters in the Mancos School District will find a question about school funding when their 2017 ballots arrive in the mail later this month.

Austin Cope / KSJD

Voters in the Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 school district will have a question on their 2017 ballots asking whether to approve a mill levy override to increase funding for school teacher salaries, technology, and transportation.

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