Thank you to Super School News Volunteers!

During the spring of 2019, Rocky Mountain PBS will be celebrating the FINAL season of one of our longest running programs, Super School News. Over the last 40 years, this unique and impactful program has engaged approximately 30,000 5th & 6th grade students, worked with approximately 3,700 teachers, and engaged approximately 3,700 schools throughout the state. It has been powered by the hard work and passion of hundreds of dedicated volunteers and staff.  The legacy of Super School News is a true testament to these dedicated volunteers, students and educators across the state.

Is Your School Participating?

Is Your School Participating?

Here you can find helpful templates and other important information.

Share Your Story With Us!

Share Your Story With Us!

Share your memories of "Super School News," or read past participant's experiences.

Super School News 2018-19

To view the entire list of schools for 2018-19, click on the playlist icon (three parallel bars) in the top-left corner of the video player.

"Super School News" Testimonials

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Participating in "Super Six School News" was thrilling for me, from writing the news production to the on-air recording. I later went on to obtain my B.A. in Journalism and Technical Communications (Public Relations) from Colorado State University. So, one could say, "Super Six" was the launching point of my journalism career. I truly felt honored to participate in such a wonderful and rewarding program. Keep up the good work!

Read more testimonials here

"Super School News" Through the Ages

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Join Our Kids Club

Join Our Kids Club

Be the first to know about kid friendly events, programs and more!