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SUCAP’s contribution to Snowdown is an alcohol- and substance-free dodgeball tournament benefiting SUCAP Youth Services Club Venture and the Curiosity After-School Program. Costumes are encouraged! This year’s event, the 10th, will be held Thursday, February 2nd at the Durango Rec Center, 2700 N. Main in Durango. Teams may register online below or send us a faxed […]
Developmental Asset of the Month Asset #27 Equality and Social Justice| Young person places high value on promoting equality and reducing hunger and poverty. Local Data: 64% of La Plata County youth report high value in promoting equality. (Assets Survey 2015) Essential Question: In what ways do we teach our children to care about those […]
Ignacio schools have a larger share of special needs students than other districts, and that affects district test scores as well as costs to serve these students, according to discussion at the Jan. 14 school board meeting. The district has struggled for years with low scores on state-mandated accountability tests, including the PARCC test given […]
Developmental Asset of the Month Asset #24 Bonding to School | Young person cares about her or his school. Local Data: 72% of La Plata County youth report caring about their school as described in Asset #24. (Assets Survey 2014) Essential Question: How do I reinforce a positive school experience for my child? Tips for […]