RANGELY I Rangely School District has deemed October “principal appreciation month” and would like to honor Parkview Elementary Principal Bennie Bennett and Rangely Jr./Sr. High School Principal Berry Swenson.
Board unable to come up with alternative use for 30-year-old building RANGELY I Talk about bringin’ down the house. The “old” Parkview Elementary — which is how it has been referred to since the building was vacated at the end of the school year — will be demolished.
RANGELY — Rio Blanco BOCES will hold a regular board meeting on Tuesday, March 31 beginning at 7 p.m. in the Rangely School District Board Room, 550 River Road to discuss the preliminary budget for 2009-2010.
RANGELY – Parkview Elementary School’s days are numbered.
RANGELY — Parkview Elementary Principal Mary Lansing said the district is considering closing the building, not the school.
RANGELY — What a difference a year makes. Or six months. “We look back at September and we had over 40 new students, we were looking at a bond issue, oil was over $100 a barrel and things looked good,” said Matt Scoggins, Rangely School Board president. “Wow, how things have changed.”
As Rangely schools consider cost-cutting moves, superintendent says state funding could be 11 percent short in 2010-2011 school year RANGELY — While rethinking its budget process and considering ways to cut costs, the Rangely School Board is also bracing for a possible deficit in state funding for education.
RANGELY — Rangely School District RE-4 is starting to formulate its 2009-2010 budget. As part of that process there have been a number of questions related to the budget and the recent bond passage. Below are the most commonly asked questions and responses from the district.
District would lease buildings to board RANGELY — While the closing of Parkview Elementary is still a possibility, school board members are soliciting public input before making a decision about the future of the building.
RANGELY — Rio Blanco County has lost two school superintendents in two weeks.
RANGELY — Given the state of the economy, Rangely School District, like other tax-supported entities, is looking for ways to save money. One way to do that may be to consolidate its facilities.