Russell is one of the 100+ schools being recognized nationwide at the National Schools To Watch Conference in Washington, D.C. on June 29.
The Youth Advisory Council for Law Enforcement is a program designed to open the lines of communication and bridge the gap between teens and law enforcement.
Jackson Elementary School is running on a different kind of power.
A group of students from several different high schools is creating public service announcement videos about student health issues.
The Junior Optimist International (JOI) Club is completely run by students.
The school administrators also say the social contract used in the program has helped increase attendance, while decreasing discipline issues.
A not so little piece of art is helping honor local military members.
Kindergarten students at Penrose Elementary School are learning to give back and help others while working on a community outreach project.
The project is a good way for the students to learn some real life lessons.
There will be community resources for families to learn how to better communicate in this digital age.
About 150 food baskets will be distributed this weekend.
This year's theme was "The Human Water Cycle and Solving a Hydro-Dynamic Challenge."
The goal is to help D-11 seniors better carve out their own career paths by seeing what all is offered to them.
Congressman Doug Lamborn visited students, staff and teachers at Coronado High School Friday to hand out 150 pocket versions of the Constitution.
The gym was funded by a $100,000 gift.
In addition to earning college credit, students can earn money in the chosen filed while still in school.
It's a chance for seniors to get out in the community and support local students -- and it's completely free!
This is one Colorado Springs family's educational story.