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CLASS NOTES

FIRST DAY OF CLASSES COUNTING DOWN

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSClasses at Steamboat Springs public schools begin Aug. 27.

For more information, call:



Steamboat Springs High School at 879-1562.

Steamboat Springs Middle School at 879-1058.



Soda Creek Elementary School at 879-0652.

Strawberry Park Elementary School at 879-7550.

Steamboat Springs School District Administrative Office at 879-1530.

HONORS, ACCOLADES

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSDaniel Bockelman of Steamboat Springs won the “Best Overall Safety” award in this year’s National Ski Areas Association National Kids’ Safety Poster Contest. His poster design will be featured in the September issue of SKI Magazine.

Children had to create a poster related to any one of the seven points in “Your Responsibility Code.”

Bockelman is a sixth-grade student at Steamboat Springs Middle School.

Elizabeth Henry of Steamboat Springs has been named to the dean’s list for the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences, supported by the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, N.Y., for the spring quarter.

Henry is a graphic design major.

The dean’s list recognizes the academic achievement of students earning a 3.4 grade point average or better.

CMC OFFERS CHANCE TO STUDY IN SPAIN

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSColorado Mountain College’s Alpine Campus offers a study abroad for a semester in Spain for the 2002 spring semester.

The semester abroad runs from Jan. 17 to April 14 beginning in Salamanca, which is in the northern part of Spain, and continuing in Granada, which is in the southern portion of the country.

The program is a partnership between Centers for Academic Programs Abroad and Colorado Mountain College.

The program costs $5,599, plus CMC tuition for courses. Call Bob Baker at 870-4447 for more information.


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