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Delta, Cedaredge students share their thoughts

The students walking the halls of their high school every day have a unique perspective about facilities, curriculum and expectations for academic, athletic and behavioral performance. It was that unique perspective the school district was seeking when it invited juniors and seniors from Cedaredge and Delta high schools to a student forum.

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Food for Thought awarded $25,000

A total of 1.8 million votes were cast by 72,000 people in an effort to bring a $25,000 State Farm Assist grant to their neighborhoods. For the second time, Food for Thought is one of the top 40 causes to receive grants.

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Holiday reading challenge issued

In conjunction with the Delta Library, the Delta Emblem Club is sponsoring a holiday reading challenge for first through fifth grades. During the holiday season, students can track the books they read on a form available at the library.

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Eighth graders learn about solar energy
Eighth graders learn about solar energy

Solar Energy International's Solar In the Schools (SIS) outreach program recently hosted its third Solar Lab Days for 8th grade students from Delta Middle, Cedaredge Middle, Hotchkiss K-8 and Paonia Jr./Sr. High schools. In the span of four days, 344 students came to SEI's lab facility in Paonia to participate in introductory solar energy activities and presentations.

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It's a new season for speech and debate team

A new season has begun for the Paonia-Hotchkiss speech and debate team. The team has competed in two meets so far, and it has already met with some success.

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DHS students come up with real solutions for real problems
DHS students come up with real solutions for real problems

Students at Delta High School have come up with three engineering projects they believe will solve real problems in the community.

The juniors and seniors are students in Ben Magtutu's PhLEM -- Physics Learning, Engineering and Mathematics -- class.

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Free tree permits for fourth graders

The Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forest is pleased to continue the fourth grade free Christmas tree program again this holiday season. Fourth graders are eligible for a free Christmas tree permit through the Every Kid in a Park ("Every Kid") initiative.

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