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Education Briefs

Four Colorado Mountain College students were among 27 future educators honored at the state capitol May 8, 2017, in the inaugural ceremony of Colorado’s Aspiring Educator Honor Roll. The initiative to create the honor roll came from Dr. Kim Hunter Reed, the executive director of the Colorado Department of Higher Education. Hunter Reed (center, holding the CMC flag) is shown here with, left to right, CMC Edwards student Cherie Rollins, CMC Glenwood Springs student Kenia Pinela, CMC Edwards student Saira Hernandez, Hunter Reed, CMC Glenwood Springs student Monika Marsh, CMC faculty Dr. Leticia Burbano de Lara, and Dr. Katy Anthes, the Colorado Department of Education commissioner of education.
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Two Rivers Community School named a Distinction School

Two Rivers Community School received a “Distinction School” designation for excellence in academic, financial and organizational performance.

The Performance with Distinction rating is awarded to Charter School Institute schools performing at or above the 75th percentile statewide according to the percent of points earned on the School Performance Framework (SPF). TRCS earned 79.4 percent of points on the SPF, which equates to the 83rd percentile statewide.

David Salguero makes SPU Winter Quarter dean’s list

David Salguero of Silt made the Seattle Pacific University 2017 Winter Quarter dean’s list. Students on the dean’s list have completed at least 12 credits and attained a 3.50 or higher grade point average.

Kyle Davis makes Northern Arizona University dean’s list

Kyle Davis of Glenwood Springs made the dean’s list at Northern Arizona University for the Spring semester 2017. Kyle’s mother is so proud of his straight A’s and 4.0 GPA.

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