From left: Dean Mattson, Scott Campbell and Tim Kistler in front of the vocational training center.
From left: Dean Mattson, Scott Campbell and Tim Kistler in front of the vocational training center.

It was one year ago this month that Peyton School District Superintendent Tim Kistler hosted an open house to show off his brand new, state-of-the-art woodworking shop. He invited educators and manufacturers from around the Pikes Peak region to see how public education and industry could work together to stimulate the economy, provide kids with […]

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