Meeker School District Superintendent Chris Selle accepted a $10,000 check on behalf of the district from Chevron representative Chris Archuleta for the promotion of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. REED KELLEY PHOTO
MEEKER I Last week’s headline in the Rio Blanco Herald Times regarding school finance contained an inaccurate interpretation of information made available by the school district, Superintendent Chris Selle said.
RBC I This fall, the Rangely and Meeker school districts have transitioned from a traditional half-day kindergarten to a full-day program in which the county’s five-year-old students will begin attending school on the same seven-and-a-half-hour schedule as the older students.
MEEKER I Meeker School District Superintendent Chris Selle says it wasn’t totally unexpected, but the amount of the dollars leftover from the 2015-2016 school year is “significantly more than we thought it would be.”
MEEKER I This is an open letter from your Meeker school superintendent to Meeker’s parents, guardians, students and community members: As implied in our district vision statement, “Excellence in All We Do.” our purpose is to instill Meeker Excellence in the students who attend our schools.
MEEKER I Upon completing my first year as superintendent of the Meeker School District, I have had the opportunity to reflect on the phenomenal community support provided by various non-profit entities in Meeker.
MEEKER I Meeker Board of Education (BOE) member David Smith reported during the board’s June 20 meeting that several people had asked him following the Meeker High School commencement what the deal was with having so many potential valedictorians for the Class of 2017. Nine 2017 students received mantles at the 2016 commencement.
MEEKER I The Meeker Board of Education (BOE) budget is expected to be approved later this month with a variety of changes proposed. Preliminary discussions in May led to the board approving the establishment of a full-day kindergarten, an additional fifth grade class, a credit recovery paraprofessional, a step increase for teachers plus a step […]
Dear Editor: This is to inform constituents of the Meeker School District about recent decisions made by their school board.
MEEKER I While getting to know the Meeker community during the past several months, many of you have frequently heard me comment that student learning is the number one goal for a school system. Given that student learning will always be goal No. 1, student safety is goal 1A.
MEEKER I At the Meeker Board of Education meeting on March 15, the most interesting event, in addition to honoring, in person, the high school wrestling state championship team and participants in middle school “History Day,” were comments made by a citizen who showed up just to make his remarks.
MEEKER I “Money, money, money … all the things I could do if I had a little money.” Who would have ever thought the 1976 lyrics from the legendary Swedish band ABBA would best describe the financial state of Colorado’s public schools in 2016?