Newly elected Rangely School District board members were sworn in by municipal judge Norman Hall Tuesday.
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.
RANGELY I The Rangely School Board will hold a public meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the junior/senior high auditorium to consider going to a four-day school week.
RBC I Editor’s note: Candidates in the Nov. 3 election for positions on the Meeker and Rangely school boards were asked to respond to general questions about their qualifications and why they are running for office. The responses that were received appear in alphabetical order, first for Meeker, then for Rangely.
RANGELY — While the possible elimination of some school activities was tabled, pending further study, school board members Monday approved a 30-cent increase to lunch prices.
RANGELY – The second time around, Rangely’s School Board got its man.
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.
RBC — When Meeker and Rangely school board members expressed concern about educational funding to Sen. Al White of Hayden, he could sympathize with their situation. “I understand it’s a very difficult year,” White said.
RANGELY — Not only is the Rangely School District looking for ways to save money, it is re-evaluating how it spends money.