Fifth-graders Dalton Dembowski and Justin Rusher fold the flag after school with help from Parkview Elementary School Principal Mike Kruger.
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 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.
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
RANGELY — A successful ESA bazaar was held Nov. 16 at Parkview Elementary School. Thank you all for coming out and supporting this event.
Rangely initiative would provide $15M for improvements to all three schools RANGELY — Like anything, a school building has a life expectancy. “They will tell you, a school will last 40 to 50 years,” said Dwayne Newman, superintendent of the Rangely School District. “We’re halfway there.”