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Superintendent Les Lindauer pictured at last year's graduation ceremony. Photo by Debbie Kelley.
Joe Ellis
Photo courtesy Loyola Marymount University.
Pikes Peak United Way Community Celebration: Pam and Dave Keller. Pam was recipient of the S. Jerrard Smith Award, the top community award.
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Pikes Peak United Way Community Celebration: Pam and Dave Keller. Pam was recipient of the S. Jerrard Smith Award, the top community award. 060618 Photo by Linda Navarro
Bear Creek Elementary School, 1330 Creekside Drive in Monument. Image via Google Maps.
The Vanguard School has retained its spot as sixth best in Colorado for 2017, which it also earned in 2016. In 2015, Vanguard ranked second best in the state. Image via Google.
STEVE DURHAM
The Colorado Board of Education voted June 13 along party lines to changes in standards for teaching health and physical education, but omitted a proposal to teach fourth graders about the benefits of guns for self-defense. The proposal was first floated last month by Republican Debora Scheffel, who represents the 4th Congressional District on the board. The idea picked up the support of Republicans board member Steve Durham of Colorado Springs. (The Gazette file)
Alonzo Arnot, 20, is one of eight Urban Peak teenagers who graduated from high school this year. Arnot graduated from the GOAL Academy High School. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)