Rangely focuses on student safety within its school athletic program

RANGELY I As athletic events nationwide take on the task of improving safety standards for competitors, Rangely Junior/Senior High School has begun efforts toward improving the well-being of its athletes. This year, the middle and high school athletic programs started a new initiative to protect their athletes from the dangers of concussions.

Rangely band director: Popularity creates shortage of instruments

Elvina Burke

RANGELY I It wasn’t the fifth-grade students who surprised new Rangely School District RE-4 music director Christian Saunders on the first day of school. It was that there were 34 of them in his beginning band class.

Searching for a school superintendent; what a parent learned

RANGELY I I haven’t been the parent of school-aged children for long. As of this fall, I’ll be the mom of a kindergartner and a first-grader. I’m still negotiating the learning curve to understand what kids and teachers need from me at school. There are permission slips to remember and

Scoggins named Rangely RE-4 superintendent

RANGELY I The Rangely Board of Education named Matt Scoggins the next RE-4 district superintendent Friday after a hiring process that lasted more than a month narrowed the field to two candidates, Scoggins and Paul Jebe of La Junta, Colo.

Two finalists for Rangely superintendent…

RANGELY | Two finalists for the RE-4 superintendent position, vacated when current superintendent Todd Cordrey resigned last month, completed presentations and an interview process last week.

Cordrey resigns as superintendent of Rangely schools

RANGELY I After resigning from his position last week, Rangely School District Superintendent Todd Cordrey said he and his family will return to Brighton, Colo., where he will consider whether to continue in K-12 education or further his real estate business.

Student parents test for GED certificate

RANGELY I A General Educational Development (GED) preparation class launched by the RE-4 school district in Rangely in February resulted in four students testing for their GED certificate in Craig on May 10, with more students planning to test in June.