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.
RANGELY — Rio Blanco County has lost two school superintendents in two weeks.
RANGELY — More isn’t necessarily better when it comes to strategic planning. That’s something the Rangely School Board is finding out.
RANGELY — School board members here made it official Dec. 22, signing a contract with the Blythe Group to serve as the management company for the district’s bond projects.
RANGELY — It’s the time of year for approving budgets and mill levies. At a Dec. 8 meeting, it was the Rangely School Board’s turn. The board approved a total mill levy of 8.022. The previous year, the mill levy was 7.085.
Purchases to replace 20-year-old models RANGELY — As the children’s song says, “The wheels on the bus go ‘round and ‘round.”
RANGELY — Thanks to the support of voters, who approved a $15 million school bond initiative during the general election, Rangely School Board members are going ahead with the building improvement project.