February 2015

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Stapleton Couple Makes Friends with Other Couple Simply Because They are Attractive

Stapleton Couple Makes Friends with Other Couple Simply Because They are Attractive

Tom and Amanda Lehman have lived in Stapleton for five years and have many wonderful friendships with neighbors and others living in the neighborhood. Most of those friendships have developed over years, and the couple is hoping their newest potential friendship thrives as well. “We met this great couple at Central Park,” says Amanda. “They […]

SUN to Test Residents to See if They Know what They are Talking About When it Comes to Schools

SUN to Test Residents to See if They Know what They are Talking About When it Comes to Schools

SUN recently sent a Stapleton-wide survey out to residents to gauge their feel for several topics including satisfaction with Stapleton living, the co-op, and sports facilities needs. A large portion of the survey was dedicated to learning the preferences for types of elementary and junior high schools, as it is inevitable Stapleton will have to […]

Five Star Pre-Schooler Chooses Bird over Westerly

In what is becoming an arms race between Stapleton Elementary Schools, officials from each school tirelessly recruit top kindergarten prospects during the months leading up to the school choice deadline. “The landscape has completely changed,” says longtime educator and recent recruiter Mike Stevens. “It used to be where you just had to attend your boundary […]

Of Mice and Meat:  Has Stapleton Soopers Hit Rock Bottom?

Of Mice and Meat: Has Stapleton Soopers Hit Rock Bottom?

Recently, it was reported that a patron at the Stapleton King Soopers noticed a live mouse running through the deli meat case. “I screamed and told the employee,” said Laura Kozlowski. “But, they didn’t seem that shocked. They just said, ‘yeah, we see that thing, but never in the deli case.’” The incident is latest […]

Stapleton to Build “No Immunization” School for 2016-17

Stapleton to Build “No Immunization” School for 2016-17

An independent study recently presented to the Front Porch suggests that some Stapleton schools have a lower than expected percentage of kids who have had all of their appropriate vaccinations. The study indicates that not only do some local schools fall below the preferred vaccination percentages, but the average percentages across all Colorado schools also […]