COLORADO SPRINGS - As the bell rang for the start of school Friday morning at Queen Palmer Elementary, students found a bowl of Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal, a carton of milk, string cheese and an apple laid out on their desks. The school began serving breakfast "after the bell" two... more »
A public school principal in New York City is creating a bit of controversy after allowing students to sing a teenage pop song while banning them from performing "God Bless the USA."
Daniel Mitchell, 5, was planning to sing the patriotic tune at his kindergarten "Moving Up" ceremony. Mitchell's... more »
Holmes Middle School in Colorado Springs School District 11 has been designated as a Trailblazer School to Watch for a third consecutive time.
The award was launched in 1999 as part of a recognition program developed by the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform. It is awarded once every... more »
Some local elementary and middle school students are trying to encourage parents to turn off the engine while they wait to pick up their students. The science classes at Skyview Middle School and Meridian Ranch Elementary in Falcon District 49 area taking part in a pilot project called Engines Off... more »
A Centennial administrator has been transferred months after an incident involving cheerleaders who were caught drinking alcohol at school. Three cheerleaders were caught with alcohol on November 20, but it appears they weren't immediately punished. In December Pueblo City Schools confirmed one school administrator had been placed on leave over... more »
A tiny toy led to big trouble for one fourth-grade New York City boy.
Patrick Timoney, a 9-year-old student at PS 52 in Staten Island, N.Y., was in the school cafeteria Tuesday playing with LEGOs when he was taken to the principal's office and threatened with suspension. One of... more »
A suspect who held a school administrator hostage at a New York high school surrendered Tuesday morning, the Duchess County Sheriff's Office said.
Authorities said there were no injuries.
Pine Plains Town Supervisor Gregg Pulver said the single gunman at Stissing Mountain High was a former student in... more »
A woman who has spent her entire professional career with Pueblo City School has been tapped as the district's new superintendent.
Kathy West, who's been acting as interim superintendent, was named to the job Wednesday.
"We had an outstanding pool of candidates", said Board president Stephanie Garcia. "But... more »