Steamboat briefs: Registration underway at CMC’s Alpine Campus
Registration for Colorado Mountain College’s spring semester is underway. Most classes begin this week, and others begin later in the semester.
The college sends each household in the Steamboat Springs area a course schedule in the mail for both credit and continuing education (noncredit) classes, including online courses.
New students and those who haven’t taken a class during the past 12 months need to first apply to Colorado Mountain College online or in person if they want to take a credit class.
Students who have taken a credit class within the past 12 months and students only interested in noncredit classes may register for classes in person, online or by phone, fax or email.
Information about registering is available online at http://www.coloradomtn.edu/register or by visiting the campus in Steamboat Springs, 1275 Crawford Ave.
For information, call 970-870-4444 or 1-800-621-8559. For more about the college or to view a class schedule online, visit http://www.coloradomtn.edu.
Christian Heritage School 2nd quarter honor roll
The following Christian Heritage School students were named to the honor roll or high honor roll for their second quarter academic performance. Honor roll students had all A’s and B’s, and high-honor roll students maintained all A’s.
Honor roll: Clinton Bradt, Micah Clark, Bailey Iacovetto, Amie Cooke, Emma Cooke, Jada Krieger and Lily Archuleta
High honor roll: Mya Archuleta, Grace Sarikelle
Honor roll: Justin Peretz, Christina Hathaway, Karly Lanning
High honor roll: Jared Clark, Katelynn Stone
High honor roll: Jackie Poirot
High honor roll: Andrea Clark, Andy Houston
Newspaper, Partners puts on Thank Your Mentor
The Steamboat Today is partnering with Partners in Routt County on a Thank Your Mentor campaign in conjunction with National Thank Your Mentor Day on Thursday. Individuals are invited to honor mentors who have impacted their lives by writing a quick thank-you note to their mentor, taking a photograph of it and uploading it to SteamboatToday.com/thankyourmentor. Photos will be published in the Jan. 15 issue of Steamboat Today. One lucky winner will receive a prize basket that includes $75 to Rex’s Family of Restaurants and a Big Agnes down jacket. Campaign sponsors include BAP, Honey Stinger, Big Agnes, Rex’s and Steamboat Snowmobile Tours.
CMC to host Clases de Ingles starting Thursday
Clases de Inglés at the Alpine Campus of Colorado Mountain College in Steamboat Springs will begin at 6 p.m. Thursday. The class is for all English language learners and participants can bring their school-age children for a school readiness class with Comunidad Integrada. An intensive English course for advanced language learners will be offered beginning at 9 a.m. Wednesday. For information on cost and how to register, call Jen at 970-846-2076 or Justin at 970-846-1255.
CMC offering new TRX training fitness class
The Alpine Campus of Colorado Mountain College in Steamboat Springs is offering a new TRX Training fitness class for the community. The cardiovascular and strength workout will be offered from 12 to 12:50 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays Jan. 13 through April 30. For more information, call 970-870-4444.
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