Meeker program furnIshes healthy foods …


The Meeker School Lunch Program has been consulting with the Livewell Colorado chefs and all that the program brings to the district. “This program has not only given new recipes for our children to try, but it has also been a guide in helping make our program the best it can be,” said Cindy Nelson, […]

Meeker High School science students testing roller coaster energy loss

This is Allie Willey’s “blueprint” of her Loopty Loop coaster showing the materials, calculations, key to symbols and her drawing scale. Other coasters had a wide variety of apropos names including the Tower of Terror, The North Pole and the Rat Trap.

MEEKER I Four judges picked out the top 10 Meeker High School freshmen’s marble roller coasters last week from more than 50 submitted as part of their physical science classes taught by Michelle Selle this fall. Some were done by individuals, others by teams of two. The projects were part of the classes’ energy studies. […]

Meeker School District 2015 Winter Community Concert

MSD certifies property tax levy, receives mixed test results

MEEKER I Certifying the 2015 county property tax mill levy to fund the school district for the next year was the primary task of the Meeker Board of Education (BOE) on Dec 8. The district operates on a general fund mill levy of 6.542, resulting in $5,057,335 of local property tax. Also, the district has […]

Selle presents review of student testing and assessment results

MEEKER I Meeker Superintendent of Schools Chris Selle returned this past weekend from the Colorado Association of School Boards’ (CASB) annual convention in Colorado Springs along with Meeker School Board President Bud Ridings and newly elected board members Kevin Amack and Davey Smith. After his return, Selle stated, “Student learning should always be the No. […]

MSD board meets, looks at budget

MEEKER I Meeker’s new Board of Education (BOE) met for the first time Nov. 17 as election victors were sworn in and new officers, for two-year terms, were chosen.

From the Superintendent: It is important to keep student expectations high

MEEKER I Results from the initial Partnership of Readiness for Assessment for College and Careers (PARCC) assessments are slowly becoming available. The PARCC assessments tested English and mathematics skills for students in third through 11th grade in the spring of 2015.

One MSD incumbent wins; incumbents win in Rangely, tax loses

RBC I The Meeker Board of Education will take on a new look, the Rangely School Board will remain the same, the mil levy tax override for added Rangely school funding failed and county voters told the state to keep its excess marijuana tax money and use it for education, law enforcement and other state […]

From the Superintendent: MSD needs parents’ help

MEEKER I Meeker School District needs help from parents. The District Accountability Committee (DAC) and Building Accountability Committee (BAC) for each school are in need of parent volunteers.

Meeker school board candidates interviewed before forum

MEEKER I There are six candidates for three four-year term seats on the Meeker Board of Education. The Herald Times asked each candidate to provide a brief biographical description, answers to five questions and a photo. We asked them to try to keep their answers to each question to about 150 words. Voters will be […]

Meeker parents must register for free, reduced meals

MEEKER I The Meeker School District is asking that those who believe they may qualify for free/reduced breakfast and lunch to complete an application if you have not done so for this school year 2015-2016. If your child/children were on our program last year, the new application will need to be filled out and returned […]

MSD lunches join LiveWell Colorado program

MEEKER I The Meeker School District is among a select group of school districts in Colorado that has accepted the LiveWell Colorado challenge to provide more freshly prepared school lunches that taste good and are good for students.