Rangely Junior High honor roll

Sixth Grade Straight “A” Honor Roll: Susie Gillard, Tiffany Holmes and Dylan LeBleu.

Honesty awards given at RJHS

Savannah Nielsen
RJHS Student Journalist

RANGELY I Every month at Rangely Junior High School we have a character trait we focus on. Our goal is to improve the quality of our school by promoting positive characteristics within the student body. This month’s character trait was honesty.

RJHS observes Red Ribbon Week

Kayte Allred
RJHS Student Journalist

RANGELY I Red Ribbon Week is all about substance abuse awareness. For the second straight year, Rangely Junior High Student Council sponsored Red Ribbon Week within the school.

Wind and fuel cell cars studied

(From left to right) Courtney Bell and Justyne Dembowski (holding wind turbine); Jesse Odem and Kiki Ruiz (holding fuel cell car).

RANGELY I Students at Rangely Middle School received a grant to learn about alternative energy sources. The money was used to buy kits to build fuel cell cars and wind turbines.

Rangely Junior High honor roll

RANGELY I Rangely Jr./Sr. High School is proud to announce the honor roll for the junior high third quarter.

StuCo: A trip to remember

Kristen Coleman

RANGELY I Recently Rangely Junior High held a pop-top drive, where students were encouraged to bring the little metal tops off of cans into school.

Solar car challenge race …

First place: Antoinette Dorris and Katye Allred (left to right).

Rangely Middle School seventh grade science students held a competition where they designed and built solar cars.

Little school making a big difference

RANGELY I Since 1979, The Ronald McDonald House in Denver, Colo., has been a home away from home for families with children receiving medical care.

Student leadership makes a difference

RANGELY I This year the RJHS Student Council has done a lot in the junior high to keep things fun and exciting.

Focusing on the positive

RANGELY I This month we started a new reward system at Rangely Junior High School. This new system has different branches. There is the “Caught Being Good” branch and the “Consistency Club” branch. These programs were created to help encourage students to be kind, respectful, and to strive for their best.