One-time funding in the amount of $212,409 will be received by Holyoke School District Re-1J as a result of Senate Bill 17-267, also known as “Sustainability of Rural Colorado.” Superintendent
Surrounded by her paraprofessionals, fellow teachers and principal, Holyoke School District resource teacher Nancy Miles was recognized as the N.E.
“Superheroes and princesses seem to be the common theme,” said Holyoke eighth-grade English teacher Amber Schroetlin over the excited chatter of reading in the Holyoke Elementary cafeteria.
Holyoke’s top-20 finishers in the Sumdog math competition are pictured from left, front row, Esteban Rojas, Angel Gonzalez Salazar, Jacob Quintana and Mason Sprague; middle row, Rorey Schneller, Ricardo Goytia Juarez, Nevaeh Speicher, Lucy Hayes and Angie Zeniga Fedan; and back row, Fatima Nuñez, Abigail Dille, Jeylin Dominguez, Ellie Kleve and Tayla Martin. Not pictured are Jessey Zuniga, Patrick Moreno and Brody Smith.
Over the span of a seven-day competition, 543 area elementary students from 35 classes voluntarily answered 187,063 math questions — for fun.
Ryan Baumgartner graduated with his master’s degree in business management from Doane University in Lincoln, Nebraska, Sunday, May 14.