Rise & Shine: No student data lost during Lewis-Palmer hack

EARLY EXIT The sudden resignation of its superintendent leaves Pueblo City Schools rudderless just three weeks before the school year begins and months away from possible state sanctions. Chalkbeat Colorado, Pueblo Chieftain, KOAA

NO HARM An independent investigation shows no student data was compromised during a suspected breach of Lewis-Palmer School District 38’s computer system in May, district officials said Wednesday. Gazette

DON’T FRET Horror stories about some college graduates entering the “real world” with six-figure college debt need not frighten off students for whom a college degree is a necessary part of their career or life goals. Longmont Times-Call

PUT TO GOOD USE Students at the Community College of Aurora will have a clearer pathway to health care, information technology and advanced manufacturing jobs in the coming years thanks to a new $3.9-million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor. Aurora Sentinel

MUCH NEEDED A tiny school district in northwest Colorado should soon get more than $1 million it’s been waiting on since a local coal company failed to pay its taxes. Colorado Public Radio

HEADED AWAY As we’ve previously noted, the Colorado Springs School District 11’s school board must appoint a new member after the resignation of an at-large member who is moving to Florida. Colorado Springs Independent