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.
RANGELY I Monday night the Rangely Colorado Education Association hosted a Meet the Candidates Night for the four candidates seeking election to the three spots open on the Rangely School Board. Those running include incumbents […]
RANGELY — The Rangely RE-4 School Board is moving forward with preparations in anticipation of passing the district’s proposed $15 million bond. The money would be used for building renovation, safety and technology upgrades and […]