MEEKER I In the March 26 edition of the Herald Times, incorrect information was reported in a story on the front page titled, “MSD narrows district superintendent finalists…”
MEEKER I Approving a contract with new superintendent of schools, Chris Selle was the big ticket item at the April 7 Meeker Board of Education (BOE) meeting.
MEEKER I Below is a question and answer transcript of the Meeker School Board’s April 3 interviews of the two candidates for new Meeker School District superintendent.
RANGELY I Lately it’s become increasingly difficult to turn on the news or log onto the Internet without encountering an opinion about public school standardized testing.
Chris Selle has been named superintendent of the Meeker School District starting July 1. More will be in this week’s Herald Times.
MEEKER I The two candidates wishing to become superintendent of the Meeker School District will be in Meeker Friday for interviews with six school-related groups and the Meeker School Board.
MEEKER I At the Meeker Board of Education (BOE) meeting on March 17, Meeker Elementary School Principal Kathy Collins, acting as interim superintendent in the absence of Mark Meyer, requested board approval of resignations from high school principal Kim Ibach, and 26-year chemistry and math teacher, Bev Devore-Wedding.
MEEKER I On March 18, the the Meeker School Board announced two finalists had been selected for April 3 interviews for the next superintendent of Meeker schools.
MEEKER I The Meeker Board of Education took a look at teacher salary comparisons following a two-hour executive session to finalize evaluations of district Superintendent Mark Meyer and BOCES Executive Director Teresa Schott of Rangely on March 3.
MEEKER I The Meeker Board of Education on Feb. 17 made a $120,000 commitment toward the resurfacing of Starbuck Stadium track in 10 to 12 years if the effort led by the the Eastern Rio Blanco Metropolitan Recreation and Park District (ERBM) to refurbish the track and football field comes to fruition.
MEEKER I At their work session on Feb. 17, the Meeker Board of Education began discussing the budget for fiscal year 2015-16. School district superintendent Mark Meyer reported that the four-day school week produced a savings, from July through December, “not necessarily all-inclusive,” of roughly $70,000.