‘A Night at Hogwarts’ learning experience returning to Rangely

Parkview Elementary School staff and faculty in Rangely will host the second annual expanded and improved ‘A Night At Hogwarts’ on Oct. 24 from 6 to 9 p.m. Tickets are $10 per family or $3 for individuals and can be purchased in advance right now in the main office at Parkview. Last year’s event was a great success and, this year, organizers are expecting at least 200 people, if not more.

RANGELY I A Night At Hogwarts returns to Parkview Elementary School on Oct. 24 with more wizardry and magic planned for children and families this year.

‘A Night at Hogwarts’ draws 150 to promote reading

Cheri Smith, transformed into a goblin banker at Gringotts Wizarding Bank, trades Muggles’ cash for galleons.

RANGELY I Rangely’s inaugural “A Night at Hogwarts” program drew more than 150 children and parents to Parkview Elementary School on Friday, raising approximately $1,200 for next year’s Harry Potter-themed literacy event.

Students earn trip to visit Rifle Falls

Sixteen fifth-grade students from Parkview Elementary School in Rangely earned a patrol program trip to Rifle Falls and the fish hatchery on May 10. Each week, students were evaluated on homework, classwork, participation and behavior to earn patrol duty, while students who made the patrol list the majority of weeks during the semester earned the trip. In the back row are: XXXX Sheppard, Tytus Coombs, Zoey Peck, Leighton Pedlar, Mark Mercado, Hunter Hanvey, Del Garner, Lisa Hanna, Jorge Carrasco, Jayleen Kenney, Angela Gonzalez, Dalton Dembowski and Barbara Combes. Kneeling are: Justin Rusher, Dylan LeBleu, Tiffany Holmes, Cia Buxton and Dillya Wagner.

RANGELY I Sixteen fifth-grade students earned a day trip to Rifle Falls and the Rifle Falls fish hatchery May 10 after demonstrating outstanding performance in the patrol incentive program begun by fifth-grade instructor Lisa Hanna last fall.

Food drive…

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Parkview Elementary School third-graders in Rangely decided to put April’s moral focus — compassion — into action by hosting a food drive that benefited the Rangely Food Bank and the Rio Blanco BOCES Backpack Program.

Future leaders …

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Fifth-graders Dalton Dembowski and Justin Rusher fold the flag after school with help from Parkview Elementary School Principal Mike Kruger.

Students of the month …

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April students of the month are selected for showing school P.R.I.D.E. Josiah Collins starts on the left (10 o’clock) and going clockwise are Nate Shonts, Audrye Patch, Emma Nickson, Kasen LeBleu, Carson Palacios, Aspen Rhea, Kaci Lapp, Curtis Reeves and Justin Rusher. Besides receiving small gifts, they ate ice cream

Parkview staff of the month

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Chantal Crandall and Jolene Carlson are our exemplary staff of the month at Parkview Elementary.

Parkview Elementary students of the month

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The two winning students of the month are both first-graders: Rylee Allred and Stephen Mercado.

Parkview donation …

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Parkview Elementary staff would like to thank Tom and MaryAnn Walz from Rocky Mountain Well Service for donating “a whole lot” of school stuff. Teachers were excited about providing items for kids who were unable to purchase needed supplies for success in school. Parkview appreciates the outpouring of community support.

Parkview Elementary Supply List

Preschool supply list Backpack (normal Size with student name written inside)Folder (to send notes home)Change of clothes in a Ziploc bag with their name on it(shirt, pants, underwear, socks) Old shoes to leave at school (if possible) The supplies below are combined to be used by all the students in the

RE-4 hires new admin.

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RANGELY I The Rangely school district recently hired a new superintendent and elementary school principal.

Talented musicians…

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The Rangely elementary school fifth-graders presented a number of fine musical compilations for parents and community members.