More than 90 preschool and kindergarten-aged children, 80 elementary children and 120 middle and high school students joined in the annual activity, the second annual event for the RE-4 district. The district plans to continue promoting regular hiking and biking to school while the weather holds, and the RE-4 Wellness Committee, which hosted last week’s event, hopes to sponsor another day promoting hike/bike to school month in May. Rio Blanco County Public Health donated granola bars and water for the event.
“The staff is in place and everything is ready to go,” Todd Cordrey, the new superintendent for the Rangely School District said at a community barbecue held last Friday in Elks Park. Related
RBC I As a new school year begins, it’s important for parents and children to take steps to help ensure safe and enjoyable school days. Related
RANGELY I In November three seats on the Rangely School Board will be up for election. Board members Leslie Nielsen and Kurt Douglas were elected in 2011 while Joyce Key was appointed to her position […]