Teachers: BMS meets more needs

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second of three stories looking at the results released by TELL Colorado, which surveys teachers in Colorado every two years on specific teaching/preparation conditions at their schools. This week we will look at Meeker’s Barone Middle School. Next week, we will examine the results from Meeker Elementary School teachers. All […]

Letter: BMS student council says thank you

As the end of the year is nearly upon us, we (BMS Student Council) would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone in the community that have made it such a great school year.

Former BMS teacher to cross the Pacific

It was in 2006 that math teacher Rory Wilson began to build a boat that was strong enough to drag around, shallow and light enough to get into places other boats cannot, and strong enough to run with an ocean storm.

BMS students compete at Colorado History Day

Barone Middle School students Taylor Frantz, Jamie Overton, Jenna Walsh and Caitlyn Shepherd pictured in both photos, qualified for the state competition of History Day, held in Denver last weekend.

Barone Middle School students competed in the state competition for History Day Saturday. Five students and their coach traveled to Metro State for the competition.

BMS/RMS track…

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It was a 1-2-3 finish for Barone Middle School eighth-graders in the 200-meter dash for T.J. Shelton, Dillon Frantz and Devon Pontine last Saturday in Rangely.

Young outdoorsman

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It was not the first time for Meeker’s Tyler Ilgen to hunt for elk but it was the first time the seventh-grader filled his tag,

Chintala will give 2011 address

Longtime Barone Middle School teacher Greg Chintala will give the commencement address for the 2011 graduation ceremonies May 28.

County’s junior high FB teams play it close

Meeker’s Justin Giao and other Cowboy captains shake hands with their Rangely counterparts before the beginning of Saturday’s A-team game. Meeker prevailed over its county rival, 14-12.

RANGELY I In Saturday’s football games between the county’s two junior high schools, Meeker came out on top both times. But the home-team Rangely Panthers didn’t go down without putting up a fight, especially in the eighth-grade game. In the opener, Meeker’s B team (seventh-graders) won 24-0, while in the

BMS wrestlers go 1-2

MEEKER — Fourteen wrestlers are out for the Barone Middle School team and several opened the season last Saturday in Craig. “We have a few experienced wrestlers and some that have never seen a meet before,” BMS head coach Adam Hoatson said. The young Meeker Cowboys defeated Steamboat Springs to