May 25, 2015 by Leave a Comment
Approximately 72 fourth- and fifth-grade students participated in Parkview Elementary School’s inaugural Science Fair on May 14. Students completed experiments at home and worked on results in classrooms, with projects ranging from magnetic science to electricity and chemical reactions. Teacher organizers Dana Forbes (fourth grade) and Carlene Cantrell (fifth grade) felt the projects demonstrated a […]
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RANGELY I Approximately 65 students and dozens of parents turned out for Parkview Elementary School’s inaugural Lego Club meeting in the school gymnasium on Oct. 15.
October 25, 2013 by Leave a Comment
RANGELY I From Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Beans to a potions class and Quidditch games, this Friday’s “A Night At Hogwarts” event promises an evening that Rangely families won’t soon forget.
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RANGELY | Below are the students from Rangely Junior/Senior High on the “Straight A,” list, those with perfect attendance and those on the “B” honor roll for the 2012-2013 school year. RANGELY HIGH SCHOOL Straight A First Semester: Courtney Bell, Echo Campbell, Kristen Coleman, Justyne Dembowski, Ethan Allred, Simone Heinle, Mitchell Webber, Chelsea Ficken, Aimee […]
January 26, 2013 by Leave a Comment
Parkview Elementary School held its first spelling bee in three years Monday night and will send fourth-grader Raiden Ganser (right) to the Colorado State Spelling Bee in Denver on March 16. Ganser was the top speller of ten fourth- and fifth-grade finalists while second-grader Anthony Dorris (left) won the first through third grade competition.
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Parkview Elementary School’s afternoon kindergarten class spent several days preparing to say “thank you” in the languages of 20 countries across the world. At Monday afternoon’s moral focus assembly, the kindergarteners presented their countries’ colored flags, saying their learned phrase into a microphone. The rest of the school then practiced saying “thank you” with them.