News and Announcements
The Steamboat Springs School District Board of Education will hold a business meeting on Tuesday, September 26 at 4:30 pm at Steamboat Springs Middle School.
View the September 2023 Newsletter from Dr. Celine Wicks
The Steamboat Springs School District (SSSD) announced today the launch of new district and school websites designed to streamline communication among the district, students, staff, parents, and the community.
Five Steamboat Springs High School seniors were named today as Semifinalists in the 2024 National Merit Scholarship Program by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC®). The students are Grey Barbier, Connor Frithsen, Bryson Lee, Alena Rossi, Charlotte Teuscher.
Public Notice of Cancellation of Board of Directors for the Routt County Coordinated Election on November 7, 2023
The Steamboat Springs School District (SSSD), in coordination with the Colorado Safety Resource Center (CSRC) and the Colorado Department of Public Safety (CDPS), delivered a full Threat Assessment (TA) training on August 3 and 4 to 40 individuals who make up our multidisciplinary School Threat Assessment Teams.
Steamboat School District is looking for a few more paraprofessionals to support our schools.
The Steamboat Springs School District has recently been awarded several grants to enhance educational opportunities and student services across the district. We are excited to share with you the details of a few of the grant awards that will be utilized this school year:
Numbers have a unique way of telling stories, and the summer of 2023 in Steamboat Springs was no exception. From the innovative curriculum, vibrant excursions, and community partnerships, let's look at how 65 Emerging Bilingual students from three schools spent the summer learning and exploring.
The Steamboat Springs School District (SSSD) is one of 11 school districts in the state to be recognized as Accredited With Distinction by the Colorado Department Colorado of Education. Accredited with Distinction is assigned to the highest performing districts. This means these school districts are meeting or exceeding expectations on most performance tasks. Only six percent of school districts in Colorado are recognized as such.