Rumors of a widespread chlamydia outbreak at Sierra High School in Colorado Springs have students and parents talking.
"I know that there's 51 cases of chlamydia right now and we had a presentation today talking about it," sophomore Kionna Washpun told News 5. "A lot of people at our school... more »
We're making good on our promise to follow up on a deadly rollover in southern El Paso County last month; it happened on a badly damaged dirt road near Hanover.
Staff Sergeant David Feaster, a Fort Carson soldier, was killed when his car was thrown from the washboard road... more »
Administrators at Harrison School District 2 are expecting a $6 million cut in state funding for the upcoming school year. That amounts to about 7 percent of their annual budget.
Assistant Superintendent of Support Services Kevin Smelker says that district will save roughly a million dollars from the closure... more »
Harrison School District 2 has made national headlines with a bold plan to change public education.
Superintendent Mike Miles talked about the progress today. His message: "DONE, Waiting for Superman!"
"Waiting for Superman" is a recently released documentary with a powerful message now taking the nation's public education... more »
Colorado Springs residents who are unhappy with the leadership in Harrison School District 2 have launched a recall effort to remove Deborah Hendrix, Linda Pugh, and Richard Rice from the school board.
The group is now collecting signatures to get the recall on the ballot. more »
This fall, Harrison School District Two will become the first public school district in the state to implement a performance based pay structure teachers at all of its schools.
The board of education has give the superintendent approval to overhaul the teacher pay structure from one that rewards tenure... more »
School districts in Southern Colorado are considering their options on whether or not to participate in President Barack Obama's controversial nationally televised address to students next week.
The White House and the education department are encouraging schools to show the president's speech in their classes as it airs live... more »