MEEKER I The trustees of Meeker School District RE-1 (MSD) finalized the four-day school week calendar for FY 2014-15, received financial support from special taxing districts, made a $70,000 cut to the Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) and plans to make another 10 percent in cuts where they can. Superintendent Mark Meyer projected nearly […]
Dear Editor: As a community, Meeker is sitting at a crossroads. We are about to decide if we are going to support a mediocre school district or strive for a great school district. We find ourselves with a huge budget shortfall and no acceptable way to make enough budget cuts to cover this.
MEEKER I The Meeker School District RE-1 (MSD) Board of Education Board held two work sessions last week to discuss next year’s budget.
MEEKER I The Meeker School District (MSD) Re-1 Education Board will have a work session April 30 followed by a special executive session during which employee contracts are subject to renewal and teachers and principals will be evaluated. Decisions must be made during the board meeting, after the executive session.
MEEKER I The Meeker School District RE-1 (MSD) Board of Trustees is considering not filling key teacher positions for music and consumer/family sciences.
MEEKER I Come the fall of this year, Meeker School District (MSD) RE-1 will join Rifle, Rangely and at least 80 other Colorado school districts in adopting a four-day school week.
MEEKER I The Meeker School District RE-1 (MSD) Board of Education approved a resolution March 4 calling on the Colorado General Assembly and the governor to remove the negative factor in school financing.
MEEKER I Mark Meyer, superintendent of Meeker School District RE-1 (MSD) and 167 other Colorado superintendents endorsed a letter to the Colorado General Assembly and Gov. John Hickenlooper to express, “shared concerns regarding the extreme state of inadequate funding for Colorado’s public schools.”
MEEKER I On Jan. 28, the Colorado State Legislature’s Joint Budget Committee (JBC) refined its decision to cover mid-year shortfalls for three rural school districts in the state, including Meeker, DeBeque and Pawnee.
MEEKER I A large group of district officials, board members, community members, teachers and parents attended the public forum held by the Meeker School District on Thursday night at Meeker High School to gather ideas on how the district should deal with a budget shortfall of more than $1 million.