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.
RANGELY — More isn’t necessarily better when it comes to strategic planning. That’s something the Rangely School Board is finding out.
RANGELY — Students at Parkview Elementary in Rangely are jumping at the chance to fight heart disease and stroke, our nation’s No. 1 and No. 3 killers. On Feb. 9-13 during PE classes, the school will hold its 12th annual Jump Rope For Heart event. The event is sponsored by Kathy Thorsby, Parkview’s PE teacher. […]
Board considering $13M bond RANGELY — At the end of the 2007 school year, the Rangely Board of Education began to look at the necessary capital needs to keep its buildings safe and secure, functioning efficiently and conducive to education. The study began by examining potential sources for input and data.