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Fundraiser launched to help Colorado Springs school district buy local beef ...

Mar 20, 2015 • Colorado Springs Gazette
Rick Hughes, director of food and nutrition services for Colorado Springs School District 11, last month began looking for another beef supplier. D-11 - the area's largest district with nearly 28,400 students - had spent $220,000 per school year on ... More

Burger backers, smart money, a marijuana mystery, and more

Mar 11, 2015 • Colorado Springs Independent
Send any donation to Colorado Springs School District 11, Food and Nutrition Services, 5260 Geiger Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80915, Attention: Good Food Project – Bring Back Local Beef! You can learn more about the project at tinyurl.com/d11goodfood. More

Colorado Springs Election 2015: Readers wants to know stance on recreational ...

Feb 28, 2015 • Colorado Springs Gazette
Tom Strand, 66, a former military lawyer and Colorado Springs School District 11 school board president, said he is undecided about whether he would vote to regulate marijuana sales. He said he respects the voters who approved Amendment 64. "My biggest ... More

Got beef

Mar 25, 2015 • Colorado Springs Independent
A month ago, we detailed Colorado Springs School District 11's struggle to keep its much-lauded Good Food Project alive in the face of underfunded government mandates for free and reduced-cost meals. When a milk-price increase ... tense between D-11 ... More

Must See Must Do: Top entertainment options in the Colorado Springs area this ...

Mar 6, 2015 • Colorado Springs Gazette
... production of the nonprofit ballet company Dancequest and imparts a moral to the story, according to author/choreographer Kathryn Utke. Performances are 7 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at The Colorado Springs School Louisa Performing Arts Center, ... More

Bring back local beef: The campaign

Mar 17, 2015 • Colorado Springs Independent (blog)
As a recent (2/25/15) Colorado Springs Independent article indicated, Colorado Springs School District 11 Food and Nutrition Services is currently evaluating different brands of ground beef for use in the District's Food and Nutrition Services programs. More

Computer attack during standardized testing delays some school exams in ...

Mar 20, 2015 • The Tribune
... was one of several across the United States. According to the Colorado Springs Gazette (http://tinyurl.com/od6yz3l ), the attack occurred in Colorado Springs School District 11, the Pikes Peak region's largest public school district with about 28 ... More

Teachers' rally shines light on Colorado legislature's work toward education ...

Mar 25, 2015 • Colorado Springs Gazette
For a short time it looked like Senate Bill 215, which Hill co-authored with Sen. ... Michael Merrifield, D-Colorado Springs, has a bill that would reduce the number of tests to the federal minimum - about 21 exams between kindergarten and graduation. More

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