MEEKER I There were two inadvertent editing errors in a front page article in last week’s Herald Times regarding the Rangely school board.
RANGELY I The Rangely School Board met Feb. 17 to discuss a possible mill levy override election, state-mandated graduation requirements, school dance dress codes and to hear several updates from Superintendent Matt Scoggins and other administrators.
RANGELY I The Rangely School Board met Dec. 16 to discuss changes in direction for a district dress code policy, high school math offerings and the 2013/14 audit report.
RANGELY I The Rangely School Board met Nov. 18 to discuss a number of possible changes that could impact the 2015/2016 school year, including full-day kindergarten, an alternative high school program and calendar changes.
RANGELY I The Rangely School Board met Aug. 19 as the district begins the 2014/2015 school year with new faces and old concerns.
Dear Editor: I would like to take the opportunity to personally thank Adair Norman and Rebecca Rector for their service to the Rangely School Board.
RANGELY I Five candidates vying for two Rangely School District RE-4 school board positions discussed government control of education and the district’s challenges and strengths, among other topics, at a Meet the Candidates forum sponsored by the Rangely Community Education Association (RCEA) on Oct. 9.
Newly elected Rangely School District board members were sworn in by municipal judge Norman Hall Tuesday.
RBC I Both school districts in Rio Blanco County have new board members after the Nov. 1, 2011 coordinated election, which had a record voter turnout in the east end of the county
RANGELY I Rangely voters will have an opportunity to meet and speak with the five candidates running for three seats on the Rangely Board of Education during a “Meet the School Board Candidates Night” on Tuesday, Oct. 25.
Dear Editor: In response to the article regarding the Rangely school board and superintendent agreement I would like to commend the school board for highlighting four areas of need in our district and charging our superintendent to work specifically on them.