Roaring Fork schools are a sanctuary for all

Article CAIRCO note: 
Colorado state taxpayers are spending $1.2 Billion dollars a year for education of immigrants-FAIR Report
Article author: 
Rob Stein and Dave Smith
Article date: 
21 November 2016
Article category: 
Colorado News
Article Body: 

In the aftermath of the presidential election, the national news has reported night after night about harassment, violence, vandalism and other appalling incidents across the nation motivated by racism and hatred. Unfortunately, our small and diverse valley is not immune. In the last few weeks, we have seen children coming to school in tears worried for their safety, stability and future; heard community members express fear and uncertainty ...

In our Roaring Fork School District nondiscrimination policy, we commit to providing a safe environment where all are treated equally regardless of race, sex, immigration status, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, ancestry or disability. This means that all children are embraced as full members of our school community, and that all students have a legal right to an education, regardless of any differences, including immigration status ...

CAIRCO Research

Mass Immigration’s Impact on Public Education, FAIR [Federation for American Immigration Reform], September 15, 2016
Denver Public Schools produces illegal alien immigration fact sheet at taxpayers' expense, Chalkbeat, November 18, 2016

Roaring Fork School District

1405 Grand Avenue
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
(970) 384-6000

Superintendent Rob Stein
P: 970-384-6002