Steamboat Springs Middle School nurtures and educates all children to be healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. Through positive relationships, we create an inclusive environment where students thrive. Together with our community, we approach every student in terms of what is possible.
Dr. Celine Wicks, the superintendent of the Steamboat Springs School District, was appointed to serve on the Colorado Educator Preparation Advisory Committee (CEPAC). The eight-person committee will provide input on relevant topics related to educator preparation and educator quality, including authorization and reauthorization processes, new or revised educator preparation standards, strategies to better intersect and support Colorado schools, and ways to increase the educator talent pipeline that meets Colorado’s hiring needs, especially among underrepresented communities.
Kevin Callahan, Leah Helme, and Lara Craig were sworn into the Steamboat Springs School District Board of Education today. Callahan and Helme are two new members of the Board of Education, replacing Alissa Merage and Dr. Matthew Rice, who decided to step down after their term ended. Craig is beginning her second term on the BOE. All members will serve four-year terms.
View the November 2023 newsletter from Dr. Celine Wicks, Superintendent
Since the 2022-2023 school year, teachers from the Steamboat Springs School District have been conducting home visits with their students. A home visit consists of teachers pairing up, traveling to students' homes, and introducing themselves to parents. The visit focuses on building relationships, extending support, and actively listening to parents' concerns and insights.
The Steamboat Springs School District Board of Education will hold a business meeting on Monday, November 6 at 4:30 pm at Steamboat Springs Middle School.
College Board announced that Steamboat Springs High School (SSHS) has been named to the Advanced Placement® Program (AP®) School Honor Roll, earning the Silver distinction.