RANGELY I Dana Forbes always learned by doing. These days, he would have been dubbed a kinesthetic or tactile learner. But as a child in the 1970s, Forbes understood the best way to learn something was simply to explore his way through it.
Dear Editor: In May, the Parkview Elementary Treasure Hunting Club will take two field trips in search of “treasure.” We will be taking the entire fourth- and fifth-grade classes and use high-quality metal detectors, pin-pointers and digging equipment.
Park Ranger Jan uses a laser light to point out details of the Dinosaur National Monument Quarry Exhibit Hall’s wall of dinosaur bones. Third-graders from Parkview Elementary School in Rangely took a field trip to the quarry and visitor’s center on Oct. 14, when they learned about, saw and touched a variety of fossils from […]
Dear Editor: The staff at Parkview Elementary School would like to say thank you to the Rangely community for the contributions and support as we kick off the 2015-2016 school year!
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 […]
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.