Rangely High School’s Outdoor Education class put the skills they’ve been developing to the test during a two-night trip to Moab, Utah. Students camped, cooked and saw some of the sights. Before earning the trip students had to spend time in class learning how to plan, prepare and cook meals over a campfire, hiking and […]
Rangely High School senior royalty candidates included Wesley Goddard, Chelsea Ficken, Tessa Slagle, Ryan Wilczek, McKale Pennell and Connor Phelan. Chosen as Mr. and Miss Rangely High School were Wesley Goddard and Tessa Slagle.
Rangely High School senior royalty candidates from left to right: Ryan Wilczek, McKale Pennell, Wesley Goddard, Chelsea Ficken, Tessa Slagle and Connor Phelan.
RANGELY I Several Rangely High School athletes have been named to the Colorado academic all-state teams by the Colorado High School Activities Association and one to the honorable mention list.
RANGELY I Rangely and Fossil Ridge high school students are the two Colorado students selected for the 52nd annual U.S. Senate Youth Program to be held March 8-15 in Washington, D.C.
RANGELY I A team of four math students from Rangely High School finished second in competition held by the Department of Mathematics and Physics at Colorado State University-Pueblo on Nov. 21, and one student earned honorable mention status.
Rangely High School senior Tessa Slagle, front row on left, and other youth ambassadors of the Making Colorado brand campaign met Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, back row, second from right, at a reception held at the Boettcher Mansion in Denver on Oct. 1.
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 […]
RANGELY I Last month kicked off Governor John Hickenlooper’s commission to engage Coloradans in a statewide branding effort that aims to “capture the spirit and energy that exists in Colorado today,” according to the Making Colorado Tumblr page. And with the help of Rio Blanco County participants, Rangely’s Tessa Slagle will be in the midst […]
Rangely High School seniors Holland Lepro, left, and Heather Turner, right, received the Elks National Foundation Scholarship and Colorado Elks Association Scholarship at the Rangely High School graduation ceremonies on Saturday.
William Scoggins, left, a senior at Rangely High School, is the recipient of the $10,000 four-year EnCana Scholarship awarded last week at the school by EnCana production coordinator Fred Slagle, right.