Montrose County School District

KVNF Regional Newscast: August 14, 2020

Aug 14, 2020

  • Montrose County Schools release site-specific Return to Learn plans for each school
  • New report projects over 128,500 jobs lost in Colorado this year
  • Ska Brewing in Durango among craft brewers getting creative in the face of aluminum shortage
  • Congressional candidates who embrace debunked QAnon conspiracy are winning primaries
  • Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold speaks to KVNF's Gavin Dahl about 'voter suppression'

  • The Pine Gulch Fire is expected to continued growing
  • Montrose County School District releases in-person learning details
  • A hiker named Larry Vangelder died on the Box Canyon Trail in Ouray
  • New law means Cedaredge residents must control mosquitoes, rodents on their property
  • Big Sky Conference postpones college football until Spring 2021
  • Part One: Noah Glick reports on the eviction crisis

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  • Montrose School District seeks survey input on Return to Learn plan
  • Pine Gulch Fire spreading rapidly north of Grand Junction
  • An effort to recall Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters fell short 
  • Ventilation a factor in safe school reopenings
  • Paid family leave supporters submit 200,000 signatures for ballot access
  • KOTO's Matt Hoisch examines parenting infants during a pandemic

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  • Montrose County School District soliciting input from parents, teachers, and community members
  • Paonia Town Council members express disappointment about event cancellations
  • Louie's Pizza owners Louis Hayes and Jeanine Renee discuss how Colorado's mask mandate will impact their business
  • KVNF intern Carmen Rodriguez sat down with Marisa Edmonson and Jordan Evans to hear about their efforts to address racism in the Delta County School District

KVNF Regional Newscast: Tuesday, Mar. 22, 2016

Mar 22, 2016

  • Montrose school district to cut 37 staff positions
  • Man dies while skiing in Telluride
  • State representative apologizes for DUI arrest
  • Colorado dodges lawsuit from neighboring states over Amendment 64
  • A Capitol Conversation about police reform and sexting  

KVNF Regional Newscast: Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016

Feb 11, 2016

  •  Mesa County Sheriff Deputy Geer passes following shooting, 17-year-old charged 
  • Montrose County School District to reduce staff in order to balance budget
  • Delta School District asks the community for input
  • Lawmakers move forward with full-­day kindergarten proposal
  • Supreme Court puts carbon pollution limits on hold

KVNF Regional Newscast: Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015

Oct 15, 2015

  • Chicken farms in Delta County get the greenlight
  • Montrose School District approves $80K for repairs
  • HopeWest hosts open house for new Montrose facility
  • Oil and gas industry responding to threat of worker lung disease

KVNF Regional Newscast: Friday, Sept. 25, 2015

Sep 25, 2015

  • BLM conducts horse gather on schedule
  • Montrose County declines to appeal lawsuit
  • Schools grapple with negative factor that might never be repaid
  • Mountain Harvest in Paonia supported by 150 volunteers
  • Governor throws support for keeping Marijuana tax money

KVNF Regional Newscast: Thursday, June 11, 2015

Jun 11, 2015

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  • Boy Scouts stranded on snowy mountain trail
  • Health officials concerned over possible mosquito surge
  • Montrose County School District struggles with budget
  • More oil and gas wells planned for Mesa County
  • North Fork residents travel to D.C. to weigh in on Thompson Divide lease swap

Disparity In Growth For Colorado Schools

Jan 16, 2015
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The Colorado Department of Education has released its statewide look at school enrollment. 

The state's preschool through 12th grade pupil count shows Colorado gained more than 12,000 students this school year. 

There are 889,006 public school student in the state, according to the data.  

Schools on the Front Range, like in years past, have the most pupils.

On the Western Slope, the Mesa County Valley School District is the largest. It ranks 12th in the state.