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Colo. school boards to meet at luxury hotel

DENVER – Colorado school boards plan to hold their annual convention at the luxury Broadmoor Hotel this weekend.

The three-day meeting comes as districts across the state are planning to cut millions from their budgets because of the recession.

The Colorado Association of School Boards says speakers and workshops will help attendees learn how to deal with difficult times. One of the sessions will focus on cutting budgets.

About 1,000 people from 152 districts are expected to attend.

Convention goers pay $330 if attending all three days and can get discounted rooms at the five-star Broadmoor, ranging from $150 to $238. Those staying for all three days can expect to spend about $1,000 on registration, meals and lodging.

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