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Education Briefs

Nicole Castle with Colorado Mesa University President Tim Foster
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Castle makes Mesa president’s list

Congratulations to our daughter, Nicole Castle, for achieving the Colorado Mesa University president’s list for both semesters of her freshman year. On Sept. 30, Colorado Mesa University held a reception to recognize president’s list students with President Tim Foster, awarding a pin to mark the occasion. In order to be on the president’s list a student must be full time and earn a 4.0 grade point average in one or both semesters. We are so very proud of you.

Waldorf School Tour

The first Waldorf School Tour of the year is at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 3, and will provide an in-depth opportunity to experience Waldorf classrooms in action. Tour includes Q/A with the most experienced teachers. Hear how this education, which has it roots in the early 1900s, is more applicable than ever in the 21st century. Come explore an education that not only engages your child, but inspires their passion for learning, and share the excitement of being a part of the fastest growing educational movement in the world. RSVP:

Two Rivers Community School fall fundraiser and silent auction

Two Rivers Community School’s fall fundraiser and silent auction will take place from 5:30-8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, at the school, 195 Center Drive in Glenwood Springs. Free admission to a night of soup tasting, pie, a silent auction, fun and fundraising.

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