Letters to the editor
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The expected failure of the experiment to have a school district run by a militant labor union is now obvious. Voters in this November's election can toss out the three board members now in office … more
Your principled editorial 'Not so transparent at Jefferson County school board' was like a cool drink of water to a person in a desert setting who was expiring for lack of it. In 2013 the Jefferson … more
As a mentor to middle school girls, I support mentorship programs in Colorado and the statement that being a mentor helps the volunteer to feel better about themselves as well as better about the … more
While reading your article "Not so Transparent at Jeffco School board," I completely agree with the outrage over the lack of information that the public receives regarding the choice of the … more
While reading Andrea Doray article "Earth Day is Every Day" I realized how much we do not care about the environment. I agree that the things you can do and the things I can do don't make a huge … more
With National Teacher Appreciation Week upon us, I wanted to share some insight into how teachers are the foundation of the educational experience. I can vouch for this first hand as the Principal of … more
With Mother's Day upon us, a shout out to all mothers, human and non-human alike, in celebrating their worth, while recognizing the struggles every mother faces in raising her young. I am the mother … more
Jeffco has proof that sixth graders are not better off in middle schools. Per recent achievement results released by the District Accountability Committee, sixth graders in 6-8 middle schools perform … more
The human toll of Alzheimer's is obvious. Today, there are more than 5 million Americans living with this disease - the only leading cause of death without a way to prevent, cure or even slow its … more
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