Members of the Meeker Volunteer Fire Department taught fire prevention skills at the elementary school on Oct. 10 and 12.
Dan Francis hiked the new trail from Dorcas Jensen Memorial Park and took a picture of students arriving at the “new” elementary school. Teachers and staff of Meeker Elementary School held a public open house last week and hosted middle school volleyball matches between Barone Middle School and Rangely Middle
Meeker Elementary School principal Jason Hightower gets “five” from an excited student entering the recently repaired school. “It was a great day at school,” Hightower later reported at the school board meeting. “We are working on the 3-B’s; Be Kind, Be Responsible and Be Safe,” Hightower told school board members.
MEEKER I Former Meeker teachers, board members, businesses and other volunteers have made the local Save Our Student (S.O.S.) program possible for many years. This year the schools are once again seeking people who want to get involved and make a difference in a young kid’s life.
Label all supplies with student’s name in permanent marker. Send supplies in on the first day of school (unless otherwise noted) Specialists may require additional school supplies after school begins. Tennis shoes are required for PE class. Please no large notebooks or trapper keepers due to size of desks
Teachers have moved back into the Meeker Elementary School and the Neenan Company has been working on the final punch list for the structural repairs and renovation. The Neenan Company made a presentation to the school board Tuesday about wrapping the project up, discussing the repairs to the southeast corner
MEEKER I The Meeker Board of Education heard good news again about the repairs at the elementary school, including news regarding the settling of a section of the southeast wall new gymnasium.
MEEKER I It is springtime and everyone is looking forward to the end of school. But once school has been out for a few weeks the students have done everything they’ve been wanting to do all school year and start crying “I’m bored!”
MEEKER I The Meeker Board of Education received a positive update on the repairs on the new elementary school, heard positive comments on their winter sports coaches from parents and accepted a $50,000 settlement agreement from Terracon Geotechnical Services at its meeting Tuesday last.